Exhibitions

Art Exhibition London Light and Dark - until 28 June

The Arts Project, in collaboration with Portugal Prints, presents a mixed media art exhibition, including drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics and installation art.
 
The Conference Centre, St Pancras Hospital, 4 St Pancras Way, London NW1 0PE

Exhibition, Facing Out: Life After Treatment for Facial Cancer - until 2 June 2019

Facing Out is an exhibition of portraits by Lucy Burscough of people who have experienced facial cancers together with their choice of artworks from the Whitworth’s collections. In the exhibition, the participants’ voices, experience and expertise are front and centre. The associated programme of musical performances, film screenings, workshops and talks, has been co-curated by the Facing Out participants with support from gallery staff.

Exhibition, Blood & Bones: Living with Cancer - 28 February 2019

Blood & Bones: Living with Cancer An exhibition by internationally exhibited and award-winning artist Tom Corby whose poignant images combine quantitative medical data describing the artist's Multiple Myeloma with the qualitative data generated by his personal experience of living with cancer.

Symposium, Move Dance Feel - 5 April 2019

An evening of celebration to reflect on the success of the Move, Dance, Feel programme. Highlighting the benefits of dance for women with cancer. The event includes a film, presentations and an exhibition. Event 5- 8 April 2019 Maggi's Barts, St Bartholomews Hospital, London EC1A 7BE 

 It is free to attend but please register at movedancefeel@gmail.com 

Installation, Birds I wouldn't have heard, Science Gallery London - from 28 Feb 2019

What is it like to receive or donate an organ? How do disease and transplantation affect daily life?

Artists under the Skin, exhibition launch and lecture – 6 February 2019

Join Annette Wickham, curator of works on paper at the Royal Academy, for the launch of new exhibition. 'Under the skin: illustrating the human body'.

 

When

06 February 2019

6-8.30pm:

From 6pm: Reception and exhibition viewing

7-8pm: Speeches and lecture, Dorchester Library

8-8.30pm: Exhibition viewing and cash bar

Venue: Royal College of Physicians, 11 St Andrew’s Place, Regent’s Park, London, NW1 4LE

Nearest tube: Great Portland Street

t: 020 3075 1543

 

In the Mind, Freespace Gallery – from 7 February 2019

‘In the mind’ is an illustration exhibition exploring mental health by artists Elsbeth van der Poel and Kathryn Watson. Through their unique drawing styles each artist has created a fantastical world of monsters, friends, worries and hope based on their own lived experience.

The exhibition opening on is on the 7th of February along with an artist talk on the 26th of Feb.

‘In the mind’ Private View - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/in-the-mind-private-view-tickets-55070436157

The Anatomy of Melancholy, Bethlem Museum of the Mind – 16 January-17 April 2019

The Anatomy of Melancholy

16 Jan – 27 April 2018; Wed – Fri (10am-5pm), First and last Saturday of the month

Free

Neurodiversity event, Freespace Gallery – 31 January 2019

An Inclusive Arts Practice MA student has been collaborating with 8 research participants over 7 weeks to answer her research question ‘How should we interpret and curate the history of labelling people with learning difficulties (neurodiversity)?' During the event Freespace Gallery will be showcasing the artwork made collaboratively through the project.

There will also be an opportunity to take part in a creative activity.

Read more and secure a ticket

 

Switching Perceptions at Bethlem Gallery – until 30 March 2019

Switching Perceptions

5 Jan - 30 Mar 2019

Bethlem Gallery

Switching Perceptions is a new exhibition by artist Eleanor Minney in collaboration with Professor Liz Tunbridge and patients from the National Psychosis Unit at Bethlem Royal Hospital. In a new body of work spanning textiles, drawing, clay and handwriting, Minney untangles the fragile threads of the human mind through delicate, detailed explorations into what creates a sense of self, and the relationship to psychiatric conditions.

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