A new art exhibition by Joy Smith: Civil Rights Shining Lights in honour of Black History Month Black leaders and musicians of the civil rights era, with their stories. All painted in watercolour black and white, by painter and writer Joy Smith. Local painter who stayed in Fish Island for about seven years during the […]
– Muxima presents in collaboration with the Brady Centre – Part of Black History Month For the Sake of Oil A new exhibition by Angolan/London artists Isaac Carlos, Carla Mateta and Bob Dawson features paintings, poster prints, photographs and poems that explore vibrant aspects of African culture. It also includes commentary on the exploitation by […]
A session led by artist Bob Dawson on creating a mask, using cardboard and recycled material, inspired by the strong and beautiful imagery found in African mask art. The masks produced at the session will be displayed at an exhibition, to be produced by Isaac and Bob from the Muxima, as part of Black History […]
Artists Annie Warner, Heather Dyer, Joe Kelly, Monkey KH, Bob Dawson all show example of their work in various art print formats. Join us on Thursday 3rd August for the launch night. Come along view the art and meet the artists. Plus on the night Pop Up Print Sale and live sounds from the Bow […]
Art Opening: A Picture of Bowhaven Mental Health awareness through creativity… A collection of works by the local community of Bow associated with Bowhaven. Exhibition runs: 6 – 30th June Private View: 15th June, 2-5pm BowHaven is a local, community based, mental health charity situated in the heart of Tower Hamlets, and […]
Justine Roland-Cal is a self-taught expressionist artist who has been painting for thirty years. She is also a street photographer. Her paintings are both abstract and figurative. Her work has often been compared to German expressionism, The cobra movement and outsider art. The work is raw and emotional with striking use of colour. Both her […]
An evening of drawing under the influence of music with artist Bob Dawson. Plus live music from Jazz duet Quarante-Deux. A great way to free up your imagination, loosen your drawing technique and develop new ways of creating portraits. No drawing experience necessary.