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Expanding Horizons: Imrana Tanveer and Lisa-Marie Price

The Lab Oaklands Rise, 19 Green Street, London

We are starting 2023 with a new exhibition from artists Imrana Tanveer and Lisa-Marie Price! Concerned with the relationship between human beings and the natural world, this collaboration is a thought-provoking presentation of changing world views in a climate crisis.


Regret and Hope: Dominika Kieruzel

"Art is something that helps one locate their soul. A mirror of the depth of a human being. Death perhaps is something that helps locate meaning in life. A mirror of the depth of our being." "Regret and Hope," an exhibition of sculpture and installation by artist Dominika Kieruzel will run on selected dates from 18th March to 8th April at the Lakeside Centre.

Workshop: porcelain paper clay workshop with Victoria Burgher

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

Learn how to imprint, mould and construct with porcelain paper clay to create your very own handmade vessels and tealight holders with artist and educator, Victoria Burgher.


Bow Skills Artist Talk: Rosa-Johan Uddoh on non-hierarchical and collaborative practice

Bow Arts Trust Courtyard Room 183 Bow Road, London

Hear from interdisciplinary artist Rosa-Johan Uddoh as she shares her insights on non-hierarchical artistic practice, collective knowledge sharing, collaboration, and the importance of playfulness in art. This event will feature screenings of Practice Makes Perfect (2021) and Cultural Field (2022).


Walk: herbalism and natural remedy walk with Rasheeqa Ahmad

Uncover the remedial and liberatory properties of herbs and plants as we wander down the canal towpath, exploring practices of care and the healing histories that our local botanical landscapes hold.


Bow Skills Peer Crit: communicating your practice as an interdisciplinary artist with Art & People

Bow Arts Trust Courtyard Room 183 Bow Road, London

Next up in our Peer Crit series, art advisor, gallerist, and founder of Art & People Claudia Kennaugh will grapple with how interdisciplinary artists can communicate the many strands of their practice, the core intentions of their artistic journey, and the importance of focusing on what your art is saying as opposed to how it’s saying it. These peer crits give artists the opportunity to present their work and get practical, personalised advice and feedback.