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Cafe Oto opening new space for workshops and installations

Cafe Oto is opening a new project space across the road from its existing venue on Ashwin Street in Dalston, East London. The space will host workshops, talks, film screenings and installations, and is being built by Assemble (who constructed Folly For A Flyover and The Cineroleum – temporary cinemas in Hackney Wick and Clerkenwell).

As part of the building process, three workshops on sustainability will be held this weekend. Assemble will host a sustainable building workshop, and Julies Bicycle will host two workshops on sustainability in music and performance.

Sustainable Building Worskhop, 22 September, 2pm–4pm, free. The Green Musician, 23 September, 1pm–3pm, free. The Green Event, 23 September, 3:30pm–5:30pm, free. More details here.