Lewisham Art house supports artists and arts-based learning through creative work space and specialist facilities. They run an exhibition and events programmes of visual art and experimental music.Members of Lewisham Arthouse share their time, equipment and knowledge with wider communities on a non-profit basis. Besides renting space, each studio member commits at least 5 hours per month in support of the organisation’s wider programmes. Each year, this generates in-kind support work more than £27,000.
This echoes the original intentions of the Carnegie library building we occupy – to enrich communities by nurturing their creativity.
Our third show will be held at Lewisham Art House,
January 16th - 23rd
Private view: January 16th at 6pm - 9pm
Located in up and coming Camberwell, the Flying Dutchman is a historic Victorian pub whose interior has been completely restyled and is now a beloved home to the thriving South London alternative scene.
Our Mission is to promote difference, diversity, and the arts. We are an LGBTQ friendly venue and active member of the LGBTQ community and of local residents associations. We strive to provide a tolerant space where issues of gender and identity can be respectfully explored. We collaborate with the Mori&Stein gallery to promote contemporary and alternative art.
We want to work in as many different spaces as possible, it is about getting your work out and making a name for yourself, showing also what we can make using these alternative spaces.
Our group will be exhibiting 26th - 29th September
Art Rabbit: https://www.artrabbit.com/events/no-ordinary-disruption
LACEY CONTEMPORARY GALLERY launched during the autumn
of 2014 in Clarendon Cross W11. Founded by Andrew Lacey, Lacey Contemporary represents UK-based contemporary artists, and supports artists from emerging contemporary markets.
The selected artists are recognised for their excellence in craftsmanship and technique whilst also demonstrating unique experimentation in their processes and concepts. The artists represent the diverse styles of British contemporary art, from both emerging talents such as Katrine Roberts who is currently finishing her MA at the Royal College of Arts, to more seasoned artists such as Laurence Wood, who has been exhibiting for over 20 years, with collections in the Royal Residences and the National Trust Foundation for Art.