We're getting lots of enquiries about the next instalment of Secret 7". The plan, and it isn't rock solid just yet, will be to launch the next campaign in October 2019 with the exhibition following in the first half of 2020. It'll be our seventh show and as big fans of the number we're taking the time to make sure it's a special year!
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In the mean time you can check out what we did in last time round, see all the artwork in the gallery, and read all about where we’ve been so far by clicking through to our 2018 site (top right).
Secret 7” founders Kev & Jord are also working on the launch of their own agency Goodness, with the aim of partnering with brands to create amazing experiences that make a difference. We have a website coming soon, but if you want to hear more you can email Kev on firstname.lastname@example.org or Jord on email@example.com.
Your final chance to create a sleeve for the show
This Sunday we're celebrating our show's imminent arrival on Greenwich Peninsula by popping up at Urban Village Fete. We'll be there running with a sleeve making workshop for this year's tracks led by Dutch artist and regular contributor to our show, Jordy van den Nieuwendijk.
To add to the fun, any work created and submitted to us on the day will be considered to fill the final few spots in our show on The Jetty opening on 8 June.
Urban Village Fete is a free one day music and arts event that features a range of unique pop-ups, walkabout entertainment, curated designer marketplaces, London’s best street food vendors, and art & design workshops for all ages. Plus Gilles Peterson will headline the main stage!
We’ll be there from 11am to 7pm running our workshop, located in Zone C.
For more information visit the Urban Village Fete website.
If your work on the day is lucky to be accepted into the show you'll join a stellar lineup of contributing artists including; Anish Kapoor, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Paul Smith, Polly Morgan, Es Devlin, Ragnar Kjartansson, Jeremy Deller, Paul Simonon, James Joyce, Rana Begum, Morag Myerscough, Hannah Perry, Sarah Maple, Laura Aldridge, Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, Mark Mothersbaugh, Jean Jullien, Wayne Hemingway, Halpern and many more.
Check out an updated list of invited contributors list here. If you submitted via our open submission, you’ll be hearing news from us in the next two weeks.