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Nunnery Café Exhibition | Tom Berry

Nunnery Gallery & Café 181 Bow Road, London, London

We’re marking the change in seasons with our ninth Nunnery Café exhibition, showcasing a collection of original prints and paintings exploring the human condition by London-based visual artist and illustrator, Tom Berry. 

Free

Visions Programme 2 led by Webb-Ellis

Nunnery Gallery & Café 181 Bow Road, London, London

Programme 2 imagines a world which positions children and young people as seers and prophets, to guide us through our age of accelerating technological development, environmental crisis, and sociopolitical complexity.

Open Mic: Heartspoken Open Mic Night  

Nunnery Gallery & Café 181 Bow Road, London, London

Calling poets and poetry lovers of all levels and languages! Heartspoken Word are back for their second open mic night at the Nunnery Gallery revolving around the theme of ‘a lost love letter’. Grab the mic and bring all your letters – be they for your ancestors, hazy memories, or to our endangered planet.

£3

Film screening: responses to Visions – UEL student screening 

Nunnery Gallery & Café 181 Bow Road, London, London

Responding to and taking cues from the films exhibited in this year’s Visions, join us for an exclusive screening of a selection of experimental and newly produced films made by current UEL students.

Free

East London Art Prize Shortlist Exhibition

Nunnery Gallery & Café 181 Bow Road, London, London

Bow Arts’ new East London Art Prize celebrates the talent and diversity of art made in east London and this exhibition will present the Prize’s first shortlist of 12 incredible artworks.

Free

living in fear of quicksand by Maria Amidu

Nunnery Gallery & Café 181 Bow Road, London, London

An exhibition by Maria Amidu exploring the the artist’s personal story and its relationship to the Lincoln Estate in Bow in the 1970s