Humble Gallery Funding Appeal – VOTE NOW!
We want to transform part of Rosetta Art Centre into a contemporary art space called the Humble Gallery, in honour of our founder, Yvonne Humble. We are currently fundraising for the programme and are part of the AVIVA Community Fund voting competition. WE NEED YOUR VOTES! So please register to vote through the following link and cast us your votes:
RELAY Exhibitions: Second Tour
Our RELAY Exhibitions programme will be entering it’s second leg on May 18th. Beckton Library will host Natural Newham, Forest Gate Library welcomes The Story Within and Stratford Library will have A Tale of Two Cities.
Drawing at Rosetta: A Students View
Our drawing courses have proven to be dynamic – with students wishing to embark and develop their skills in various different fields. From portraitures to tattoo design, architecture to fine art – our classes can give you the foundations in drawing to build upon many different disciplines and ambitions.
Rosetta’s drawing courses start from complete beginners to experienced. Our current Drawing course runs on Thursdays, 10am-1pm.
Newham Exhibitions Competition 2015
Prizes of £25, £50, £100 and £150 to be won!!!
We are excited to announce a competition for artists AND art lovers in Newham with fantastic prizes to be won. The competition is looking for submissions of visual and written responses to artwork you have seen in Newham. So if you see a painting that moves you or an exhibition that you can’t forget, we want to hear and see your responses!
There are four different age categories within the competition:
8 – 11 years
12 – 16 years
17 – 24 years
In each age group, one written response and one visual response will be selected by a panel. There will also be one visual piece in each age category selected through an online public vote.
Fur full details of prizes and how to enter, visit www.rosettaarts.org/exhibitions
Rosetta Arts Hub at Canning Town Library
Exploring the body at
Our students took a trip to the Tate Modern for creative workshop and to wonder its infinite collection! We were taking through 3 rooms by artist Manjinder Sidhu, considering the human body in contemporary art.
Artwork of the week:
Untitled by Kader Chelbi, Drawing & Watercolours (Level 2)
Rosetta’s students from ceramics, painting, fashion and photography, were invited by The British Museum to explore their newest exhibition Indigenous Austrailia – an exceptional show which demonstrated the histories, struggles and dependence on art and nature of the Aboriginal people throughout the ages.