Exhibitions

Beyond Memories - 28 September 2017 - 7 October 2017

Beyond Memories is an interactive exhibition with artists and scientists exploring what it means to live with dementia.

People living with dementia, their families and researchers have worked together with artists, Kim Leigh Pontin, Sophie Michael, Nicole Morris and Natasha Cossey to create a whole new collection of work based around the realities of living with the condition. The exhibition will showcase a work made especially for the exhibition by Sophie Michael, made in collaboration with Ingelin Testad, a dementia researcher at Kings College London.

Other-ing: Apples and Bananas – 28-30 July 2017

Apples & Bananas – Exhibition and special events 28th- 30th July 2017
The Hive, 260-264 Kingsland Road, London, E8 4DG
Private View Fri 28th July 2017, 18.00 – 23.00
All welcome – free

XX exhibition and events, Bethlem Gallery – 1 July-26 August 2017

"XX" will include work by over 30 artists spanning the two decades of the gallery's existence. There will be an accompanying programme of events including performance, art workshops and live music.

Opening event: 1 July 3-5pm

"Join us on the opening event with Ismail Ali, Project ALCHEMY, who will be activating our limited edition anniversary mugs with his combined laboratory and theatre - 'Is it Art or is it Science? Who cares when it tastes this good!'"

Contemporary Painting: In Good Health, at Paintings in Hospitals – 13-17 June 2017

A new exhibition for Creativity and Wellbeing Week, at Paintings in Hospitals' Menier Gallery headquarters, bringing together artworks from PiH's unique collection with those by members of artist-led organisation Contemporary British Painting.

Featured artists include: Basil Beattie, Ian Davenport, Mary Webb, Carol Rhodes, Cathy Lomax, Pen Dalton, Matthew Krishanu and Mandy Payne. The exhibition will be hosted at the Menier Gallery during Creativity and Wellbeing Week 2017 (13-17 June).

"Meet me in Dreamland", Cockpit Arts Open Studios, London – 9-11 June 2017

Meet me in Dreamland aims to create an immersive exhibition where visitors can explore alternative realities, discover innovative ways of seeing the world and question where the line between dreams and reality lies.

Dates: 9-11 June 2017

Private View: Friday 9 June, 17:00-21:00

Opening Times: Saturday – Sunday 11:00-18:00

Location: Cockpit Arts, Cockpit Yard, Northington Street, London WC1N 2NP

FREE entry (includes entry to full Cockpit Arts Summer Open Studios)

"Tintinnabulation" at the Free Space Project, Kentish Town – 15 May-16 June 2017

Artist in residence Victoria Coster explores the experience of tinnitus through a variety of mediums: moving image, sound, objects, etching, screen prints and drawing, all arrived at through an explorative and experimental process, rooted in the framework of a sculpture practice.

15 May-16 June (Mon – Fri, 9am – 6.30pm)

Private view: 15 May, 6.30pm — 9.30pm.

Free Space Gallery, Kentish Town Health Centre, 2 Bartholomew Road, London, NW5 2BX

Postcards from Prison, Koestler Trust – 17 May 2017

17 May 2017 19.30–22.30
The Tabernacle, Notting Hill Gate, 35 Powis Square, off Portobello Road, London, W11 2AY

Tickets include a piece of original postcard art by an artist inside or outside of prison and an evening at the Tabernacle with talks, performances, food and drink. (Tickets limited to 150).

Cost: £100. Or for £50, buy a piece of original postcard art by an artist inside or outside of prison (Tickets limited to 50).

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My Mother's Daughter exhibition, London – until 5 May 2017

Mon–Fri, 9am–6.30pm
An exhibition of photographic works at the Free Space Project by three artists examining the loss and legacy of their mothers.

"In each of the works the artists have found a unique method of retaining the bond between mother and daughter, in an exploration of grief, motherhood, genetic inheritance and their continuing role as daughters."

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The Koestler Exhibition for the West Midlands, Birmingham – until 26 March 2017

Curated by young people from Walsall Youth Justice Service, Beyond the Door is an exhibition of artwork, writing and music from prisons, secure hospitals, and by people on community sentences in the West Midlands.

13 Jan – 26 Mar 2017
mac Birmingham

Core Artists explore the British Museum – exhibition until 31 March 2017

A group of ceramicists from Core Arts has been exploring the British Museum collection for a year, through visits to the Ceramics departments, study room, various temporary and permanent exhibitions and special curator talks.

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