Events archive

Out Of Lockdown: Summer Print Show – until 9 July 2021

Heatherley School of Fine Art’s printmaking tutors Hilary Daltry, Maggie Jennings and Ron Best are proud to present an exciting selection of students' work created in the Summer term. The work uses a wide range of printmaking techniques including etchings, linocuts, woodcuts, lithographs, monoprints and screen-prints.

London on Lockdown – until 9 July 2021

Cardboard Citizens has returned to live performances with a series of presentations of a project London on Lockdown in the dramatic setting of St Botolph Without Aldgate in London E1.

London on Lockdown has seen Cardboard Citizens Members finding the connections and similarities between Daniel Defoe's 1665 Journal of the Plague Year and their own experiences under lockdown.

Sass Class YOUTH workshop – 17 July 2021

As part of their LGBTQ heritage project ‘Molly's Masquerade’, St Margaret’s House are providing a space with East London Out Project (ELOP) for young people aged 14 to 18 who are interested in finding out more about LGBTQ services, meeting other young people and having a bit of fun.

The session runs from 10am till 1pm and the young people will get to:

Dementia Friendly Venues Charter Webinar – 14 to 30 July 2021

The Alzheimer’s Society is inviting organisations to webinar to find out more about the Dementia Friendly Venues Charter – a new partnership with the Mayor of London. In the session, organisations will find out more about the Charter and signing-up process, and information on taking steps to become dementia-friendly.

Disrupt Festival – 8 and 9 July 2021

Disrupt is a new festival focused on community, art and the pandemic. It aims to impact the processes and structures by which organisations, artists and communities collaborate, thereby creating more open, inclusive and democratic ways of working.

Bereavement webinars – until 15 July 2021

To complement the In loving memory of Londoners lost campaign, Thrive LDN has commissioned Cruse Bereavement Care to run a series of webinars aimed at boosting the knowledge and confidence of people who encounter bereaved people in the course of their jobs or voluntary roles, and providing better understanding of how be

Escaping Childhood – until 10 July 2021

City Arts in Nottingham has curated an online exhibition with the Institute of Mental Health of work by New York-based artist Susan Spangenberg. Susan’s work contains brutally honest and true accounts of her lived experience of mental health issues that continue to inform her creativity to this day.

The Museum as a Space of Social Care – 1 July 2021

Dr Nuala Morse’s new book The Museum as a Space of Social Care explores how the notion of care - as practice and as ethics - can open up new directions for the museum.

Seeing Sound – 24 May to 21 July 2021

Seeing Sound brings together a partnership between

WEA London Festival – 26 June to 16 July 2021

During the pandemic, adult learning charity WEA ran over a thousand courses online from ESOL to Art History.  Over the summer it has organised the London Festival - a series of events and walks in the capital.

How to write funding applications – 9 & 23 July 2021

Arts & Health Hub founder and director Daniel Regan will be demystifying the artist funding application process in this two-part virtual workshop series.

Colour in Motion, Addenbrooke’s Hospital – until 1 September 2021

British artist Ian Davenport is exhibiting a collection of prints and paintings at Addenbrooke’s Hospital.