I am a member of Centrepieces mental health arts project (based in LB Bexley), which is a charity that helps adults in their mental health recovery through art. Centrepieces provides the resources for people to participate in art workshops and activities and to exhibit and sell.
Arts organiser - a-n The Artists Information Company
Why aren’t there female leaders who identify as neuro-divergent in the arts and academia? Who are the gatekeepers? What needs to change?
Exhibition at 16 College Street, Swansea, Wales.
A new gallery in Louth, Lincolnshire
Day of Performative Drawing Workshops, by Draw to Perform
Sat 16 March 2019, 12:00-20:00. Lewisham Arthouse, London
The world of art is vast and diverse and very subjective, the style or styles you choose to display in your home can reflect a part of your personality that is unknown outside the home. The Art of Surprise can come into play for visitors whose perception of you may alter consider
A wonderful evening at The Regent Theatre absorbed in the amazing show Kinky Boots
Front Room Gallery The decision to open my front room as an art gallery happened in an instant after pondering this thought for some time. Leaving Windsor Contemporary Art Fair in early November 2018 where artwork from the online Art […]
Looking for funding and lighting events around the world
On the Stride and Sketch course, we have a different theme each week. Moving objects/animals are a huge challenge for participants. To make it a little easier we look at trees, plants and the urban landscape in the first few […]
A community for Drawing Performance
Once upon a time, artists who wanted to pursue a full-time art career had limited options. Self-taught artists and recent art graduates could get a job, a very small percentage could be signed by a gallery right away, or they could […]
Changing my life, and others, one step at a time.
this is our umbrella name for all the events/courses/ exhibitions/workshops/festivals and basketry related stuff that we do
Bluecoat Arts Centre in Liverpool launches a new free online archive charting its history
The Great Exhibition 2018 is a spectacular light and sound event for all ages. 17th -27th August. The title of the exhibition this year is “Imagine Peace” and visitors will be taken through a series of poignant, moving, beautiful and striking artworks and installations.
ACE Club launches it debut show at Union Club, Soho, London June 4th and 5th,
Help us set up a permanent space to increase access to the arts for disadvantaged youth.
A R T • R O A D S H O W CALL FOR ENTRIES!
‘Social Making: Socially Engaged Practice Now and Next’ is a biennial symposium developed and delivered by Take A Part CIC, exploring contemporary social practice.
Exhibition of Inspired work by West Country Artists
Realising just how much the community side of my practice means to me.
A blog giving a behind the scenes look at Jamboree 2018, an artist-led gathering of 150 artists and curators
Learnin’ broke my 💔 is an ongoing research project concerned with experimental and self organised educational practices. The research is a multifarious activity held in common by the individuals who, collectively, constitute Rhubaba as a space. They have and are […]
Peripheral Forms Indiegogo campaign and events throughout 2018.