The ART IN MIND project is returning, offering a series of FREE workshops for over 50s. The workshops are open to anyone over 50 years old and will provide a relaxed environment in which to explore various textiles based arts and crafts techniques. The workshops start on Wednesday 26th March and will run for 12 weeks every Wednesday afternoon from 2pm-4pm at Lawrence Hall, 2-4 Cumberland Road, E13 8NH. Tea and light refreshments will be provided. To secure your place on the workshops contact Trisha on 020 7511 1117 or email@example.com
From our friends at Cody Dock:
Urban Growing is a free event on Saturday 18th April at Cody Dock where you can sow your own sunflower seeds and learn how to grow your own veggies in a small space. There will be an insect art workshop, herbalist talk and night time bat walk. Download the flyer here for full details: URBAN_GROWING_CODY_DOCK
CANNING TOWN COMPETITION
The Newham Visual Artist Network is running a competition for young people to create artwork based on the theme of ‘Canning Town’. Two winners will have their artworks scaled up and installed in the public realm and two further runners up will receive awards of £50 in art materials vouchers. To apply you must be a Newham resident between 15-19 years of age. For full details download the flyer here:
New exhibition at Tower Gallery
The Moscow Project is the new exhibition by the British photography collective MAP6 being shown at Tower Gallery. It opens on March 20th and will close on May 10th. Tower Gallery is located inside Memorial Community Church, 395 Barking Road, E13 8AL. Its opening hours are Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays 2pm-5pm (and the First Thursday of each month from 2pm-8pm). For more information about the exhibition, see the Tower Gallery Facebook Page and the MAP6 website.
Artwork of the week:
Lady by Roger Sanna, Ceramics Tutor at Rosetta Art Centre. Join us for a 10 weeks Ceramics class starting after Easter. For more details visit the Ceramics Page.
We are part of Stratford Rising, a consortium of arts and cultural providers, producers and educators based in Stratford. Take a look at the Stratford Rising website and see what we have achieved so far…