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Dec. 2014 A5 magazine
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The Artist Open House has now finished. We had a fantastic time and are now looking forward to our next large group exhibition which will be held for the Lambeth Open on 4th & 5th of October. If you would like to show with use then please get in contact.
Below is the list of artists who showed with us at The Dulwich Open, please check out their work.
Thank you for showing your work with us, and if you came to visit the show, thank you for coming – it was very much a success. Pictures of the event below.
We will continue to add artists daily.
We are pleased to announce that from Saturday the 26th of April 2014 we will host, for six weeks, a South Island Workshop ‘Print Project’. This is a communicating communities project run by Marc Elmes and Jane Cambell for young people age 8 and above. Indeed if you were at our first Bazaar of the year the other weekend you may well have seen the demonstration going on in the entrance corridor.
These print sessions will run for two hours from 10am until midday with a cost of £5 per drop in session. If you have any questions about this, or any of the classes we run here at the gallery please get in touch
Wow, what an amazing day. What started as a grey, rainy morning soon turned into a fantastic and very busy first Feast and Bazaar of the year. We had some great stalls in Portico Gallery including some regulars as well as some new faces. everything from designer hand made shoes to luxury chocolates. There were handbags and lovely cushions as well as imported mexican ephemera, there really was something for everyone. In the front corridor we had Sarah Lovett showing examples of her work, as well as giving demonstrations which really drew in the crowds. Some examples of her weaved rushes can be seen in the slide show below.
We did manage to get out and about as well and enjoyed the Feast very much. Although the weather was over cast there were a lot of people out enjoying themselves, indeed the queues for the food at lunch time were huge!
It was all in all a lovely day and nice to meet plenty of West Norwood people as well as people from further afield. If you would like a stall at our next Bazaar, taking place on the first Sunday of next month, do get in touch.