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Private view: Visions Programme 1 led by Patrick Goddard

Nunnery Gallery & Café 181 Bow Road, London, London

Join us for the private view of this year's Visions in the Nunnery presenting Programme 1 with lead artist Patrick Goddard and a live performance from Plastique Fantastique Communique, Flight of the Termite.

Free

Essex House Open Studios

Essex House, Stratford 375 High Street, Stratford, London

Explore the 28 artist studios located on Stratford High Street! Housing a range of artistic practices and creative...

Free

Bow Skills Peer Crit: presentation and framing with Art & People 

Bow Arts Courtyard Room Bow Arts Trust, 183 Bow Road, London

Join art advisor and founder of Art & People, Claudia Kennaugh as she gives us a crash course on the fundamentals and best practice of presentation, framing, and how to leverage these when imaging potential collectors and followers of your work. 

£10

Talking circle: The Road to Nowhere presents – show and tell from the diaspora

Bow Arts Courtyard Room Bow Arts Trust, 183 Bow Road, London

How do objects pass down memory? What stories do they tell? How can they inform our identities? These are the questions The Road to Nowhere will be exploring in this show and tell centring around the stories, memories, and archival powers that objects hold for people in the diaspora.  

£5
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Educator’s Retreat 2022: Inclusive Arts Learning

Omaka Gallery 47-49 Durham Street, Vauxhall, London

Join us for our free two-day exploration of visual art in education and how it can make a difference to children and young people’s lives with a specific focus on inclusivity and representation. Take part in creative workshops, talks and discussions to refresh your own practice, experiment, learn new skills and meet like-minded creative practitioners.

Free
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Educator’s Retreat 2022: Inclusive Arts Learning

Omaka Gallery 47-49 Durham Street, Vauxhall, London

Join us for our free two-day exploration of visual art in education and how it can make a difference to children and young people’s lives with a specific focus on inclusivity and representation. Take part in creative workshops, talks and discussions to refresh your own practice, experiment, learn new skills and meet like-minded creative practitioners.

Free

#FirstThursdays Late Opening: Irregular Commas – reading group with UEL Centre of Creative and Cultural Practice 

Nunnery Café 181 Bow Road, London

Join UEL’s Centre of Creative and Cultural Practice in this first coming together of Irregular Commas – a new, regular reading group hosted in the Nunnery Café, led by a different artist and theorist each time, who will select a text for discussion. This session will focus on issues around sustainability and the environment.

Free

Fungi walk: reflecting on fungi and alternative futures with Maymana Arefin

Hackney Marshes Homerton Rd, London, London

Take a stroll through Hackney Marshes with Maymana Arefin (aka. @fungi.futures) as we think, feel, and learn through fungi and discover what fungal encounters and the ‘wood wide web’ might represent for collective care and alternative futures.

£10

Film screening: ‘Dear Bradford’ screening and Q&A

Nunnery Gallery & Café 181 Bow Road, London, London

21 years after the riots that shook the city of Bradford, join us for a screening of Vivek Vadoliya’s latest documentary, Dear Bradford (2022) – a deep exploration and reflection of a long-misunderstood city and the South Asian community that live within it, through the eyes of protagonist, Farhaan Mumtaz. This will be followed by a conversation between Vivek and Farhaan, guided by the Nunnery Gallery.

Free