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Sunday, 28 October 2018

The Free Painters and Sculptors Collective is delighted to announce the London Ultra




The Free Painters and Sculptors Collective is delighted to announce the London Ultra a new open submission exhibition to be held at the Oxo Tower Wharf's industrial Bargehouse Gallery on London's iconic Southbank
PRIZES: This year will feature the Roy Rasmussen Prize (£1000) as well as the Ultra Art prize (£1000) and under 25's Ultra art prize (£500)
WHO CAN APPLY? Ultra is an exciting experimental and celebratory format that all Artists, Collectives and Performers working with any medium or style can apply. Deadline to apply is the 19th November
Submission is free - variable fees will apply for space allocation
Venue: The Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse St, South Bank London SE1 9PH
When: Thursday 6th - Sunday 9th December Open daily 11-6 (closes 5pm Sunday)
Private view: 6th December 6 - 8.30pm (Eventbrite)
FPS website: http://www.freepaintersandsculptors.co.uk

Tuesday, 23 October 2018


Tuesday, 16 October 2018

The Stables In Exile is proud to present Artworks by Leah Thomason Bromberg


"Matersbier  offers space for honest and hopeful exchanges as it pushes back against today’s political climate
that includes inflammatory speech, tribalism, and recent, disturbing accounts of beer-drinking in the Senate."

The Stables In Exile is proud to present


Artworks by  Leah Thomason Bromberg
When:  13th October - 10th November 2018
Where:  St. Catherine's Church, Dollis Hill LaneNeasden,  London  NW10 1QB

We request the pleasure of your company on Saturday 20th October between 1pm and 5pm
for our launch party where you can enjoy a specially brewed beer or a cuppa with the artist

FREE ENTRY
Normal opening times Fri 3.30pm  6pm,
Sat 10 – 4pm,   Sun 11am - 1pm   &   6pm  8pm

Artworks for sale     -     Parking     -     Donations bar
www.leahthomasonbromberg.com      Instagram @ leahthombromart
        
                       
www.stablesinexile.org.uk     www.facebook.com/brentarts2                   

Curated by  Stuart Gould:    sgould27@hotmail.com



STOP PRESS


UK Parliament Week to be celebrated by Brent Arts 10th to 18th November


As we mark 100 years since the first women gained the right to vote, Brent Arts is hosting  Can Politics influence Art? to mark UK Parliament Week and play a part in our thriving democracy.  

UK Parliament Week is a UK-wide festival taking place from 12-18 November, which aims to engage everybody from different backgrounds and communities, with Parliament and empower them to get involved.  
UK Parliament Week is part of the UK Parliament’s Vote 100 programme, celebrating equal voting rights and other milestones in the UK’s democratic history. A record high of 32% women MPs were elected to the House of Commons in 2017’s General Election. There is further to go in encouraging diversity; UK Parliament invites people of all backgrounds to have a say in their democracy. 

We are excited to join thousands of organisations across the country getting involved in UK Parliament Week 2018 and getting more people in Brent involved in playing a vital role in their democracy at St Catherine’s, Dollis Hill Lane, Neasden NW10 1QB. 
In 2017, UK Parliament Week reached more than 360,000 people, with over 4,500 events. This year’s UK Parliament Week festival is the largest ever and will see more than 7,000 registered events with over 500,000 people taking part. 


Discover more about Vote 100 here
Come to our Celebration on 17th November. Visit our exhibition between 10th and 18th November. 
Visit stablesinExile.org.uk and Facebook /brentarts2 for more information about Brent Arts. 


Martin Redston , Chair of Brent Arts, martin@redston.org , 07778 819993