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6th March Thursday - free entry, opening night for the First Thursday new art show. 6 - 11pm. Be the first to see the new show.
Featuring new work from the amazing illustrator Iain Macarthur, as well as new work from photographer Greg Tate, and artists Charlotte Edey, Ryan Mehigan and Paul Day. There is a facebook event with pictures for it

here. the show will run till the 1st April. Full bar on night
https://www.facebook.com/events/699321200119848/

13th March Thursday - free entry 6-11pm
we will be screening the documentary Fabulous Fashionistas by Sue Bourne, Sue will be in attendance to answer questions as well as some of the fashionistas. This will also be the opening night of an art exhibiton feauturing the work of Sue Kreitzman, entitled ' Sue Kreitzman world, an extravaganza of Sculpture and Creativity at Cult Mountain'
Tthe film will be screened at 7 and the opening show will go on till 11pm.
The show will end with a closing party on Sunday the 30th March. Full bar on both nights
There are 2 facebook events, one for the screening https://www.facebook.com/events/611101665612497/
and one for Sues show
https://www.facebook.com/events/274132656086941/?previousaction=join&ref_notif_type=plan_admin_added&source=1

Sunday 23th March 1-8 pm free
Guerilla Gardening with Pyratrix Circus.
We will be demonstrating gardening skills and workshop with circus skills and fire demos from Pyratrix Circus.
Carny chaos Cabaret and spring seed giveaway.
Promotion of Alice in Wasteland show. Full bar

Thursday 27th March 6-11pm free
We will be screening the documentary 'who are the Angola 3' by Red Rat films.
A documentary about the 3 men from the Black Panther party currently in Louisiana state penitentiary who have spend almost 40 years in solitary confinement and are still in confinement today.

After the screening there will be a question and answer session with the film makers and an acoustic performance
of a track inspired by Herman Wallace performed live by Lunar & the Deception. Full bar

Sunday 30th March 1-9 pm free
Closing party for the Sue Kreitzman 'Extravanganza of Sculpture and Creativity'
Last chance to see the exhibition and Iain Macathurs new work
Full bar

 

 

 

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Start your Easter Weekend & join us tonight at 6pm for the 'Way Out West' closing show. https://t.co/GW4IZdRo0Q http://t.co/tOXZG1MJgN
Put these dates in your diary for our FAB EVENTS coming up this month at CULT MOUNTAIN! http://t.co/CPbsilb8FY
Me and @mikesmixedart having a dreamy arty sunny Sunday outside the shop #recycle #art #streetart #london http://t.co/JjlWLAj0wV
We are leaving Shoreditch and moving to a bigger, better secret location in London! Lookout for...


Our new show private view on 3rd April 6-11pm

Jonathan Crawford - Way out West



New work from Anton of Shepherds Bush.

About Us

Opening times:

Mon - Weds+Sun- 10am- 8pm

Thurs - Sat 10am - 9pm

Open till late on First Thursdays and Cult Sundaze

We are a concept community based organisation dedicated to supporting and promoting new artists from our base and the vital spirit of Shoreditch, East London.


Cult Mountain is dedicated to finding and exposing the finest emerging talent in all artistic fields, Cult Mountain - NEW ARTISTS EMPORIUM is a Concept Store, Cafe and Gallery, showcasing the work of these fantastic and original hand-picked artists.

We love finding new talent buried under the rubble of the established and nepotistic art world.

We want to lead the way in exposing undiscovered talent and share the love.

We also pride ourselves in finding the next big thing, there are the people you need to be supporting. Your money is your vote!

We also love the earth and hate waste so therefore love recycling and upcycling. Recycle or die! It is a big feature in almost all of the work that we support.

We specialise in Art, Fashion, Accessories, Photography, Prints, Music, Ceramics and Collectables.

We are a space to trade and a platform from which to expose brave new work, bridging the gap between the underground artist and the general public.

Move over big name designers and high street retailers, the new generation is HERE!