Exchange: Now we are 7
‘Now we are 7’ is a collective of seven female artists who exhibit and devise projects together. All members of Eastbourne’s Blue Money Network, the artists take over the monthly event at Towner Art Gallery to present details of a long-term collaborative project that has seen each of them begin an artwork and pass it on so that it is changed by each member of the group. An exhibition of the collaboration will be at Martyrs Gallery in Lewes from 7-27 April 2018.
Wednesday 28 March 2018, Towner Art Gallery, Devonshire Park, College Road, Eastbourne BN21 4JJ.

No Safe Haven
Jacqueline Donachie hosts an art auction of works by students, alumni and staff of Glasgow School of Art with proceeds going to support Glasgow Women’s Aid. The exhibition of works by artists including Christine Borland, Ross Birrell and Craig Mulholland will be open for public viewing on 28 and 29 March between 11am and 5pm, with a silent auction taking place between 6-8pm and live auction between 8-10pm on 30 March. The auction is organised by students of GSA in partnership with Civic Room and supported by The Pipe Factory.
Friday 30 March 2018, 6pm, The Pipe Factory, 42 Bain Street, Calton, Glasgow G40 2LA.

Ancient Trees & the People of Epping Forest
Photographer Marion Sidebottom has been artist in residence in Epping Forest for the past year, exploring ‘how visual images can engage people’s interest in ancient trees and the forest’. With a degree in Rural Resource Development and a masters that explored history through tree photography, Sidebottom’s practice is rooted in ideas of ‘biophilia’ – of the innate tendency possessed by humans to seek connections with the natural world.
Until 2 April 2018, Gallery at the View Visitor Centre, 6 Rangers Road, London E4 7QH.

Flowing through selves
An evening of performances that use actions, vocalisations, movement and gesture to consider the female body and articulate experiences that exist in a different space from ‘cis-hetero-patriarchal language and structures’. Bean, Helen Davison and Ro Hardaker are among the eight artists performing live works.
Tuesday 27 March 2018, 6.30pm, Safehouse 1, 139 Copeland road, London SE15.

All of the above are taken from a-n’s Events listings section, featuring events posted by a-n’s members

1. 10 stage 3a, A collaboration by Now we are 7
2. No Safe Haven, banner
3. Marion Sidebottom, Self-Portrait. Photo courtesy: Marion Sidebottom
4. flowing through selves, flyer

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