November-May 2018

 We are proud to present our third Room 6.3,  DEAR LONDON, where we celebrate the empty, forgotten buildings in London and imagine a new use for them, a new relation between people and space, where humanity is at heart.
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Madi Acharya-Baskerville, Hayley Harrison and Anne Parfitt

PV - Thursday 19th April  6 - 9 pm with performance by Hayley Harrison at 7 pm

Closing event – Sunday 29th April 3 – 5 pm with artist talk at 3:30 pm

Exhibition continues 20th – 29th April 2018 Friday – Sunday 1 – 6 pm

 ‘Object’ brings discarded or pre-used materials and objects into a once abandoned building, each with their unseen and often multi-layered histories.  Through the transformative nature of their works spanning sculpture, installation, drawing and performance, Madi Acharya-Baskerville, Hayley Harrison and Anne Parfitt re-imagine and re-construct both material and space, imbuing them with new meaning and associations.
The works address our relationship with the empty, abandoned or defunct, reflecting on such as metaphors for absence or loss; as cultural signifiers to a nomadic way of life, and as memorial to the past. In so doing these artists invite the viewer to contemplate future ideas and possibilities as to how we may live in, and with, our world.


Special event:
PV | Tuesday 1 May, 6-9pm

Valkyries Collective’ proudly presents to you their first, self-titled exhibition. This show explores just a few of the many facets of female sexuality and how women find their own empowerment in light of the adverse social conditions we see in our society daily. Exciting work from seven artists from Camberwell College of Art comes together in a varied and reverent celebration of womanhood in all its forms. A multidisciplinary collection of works coming from a collaborative process aiming not only to create a shrine in honour of women but awareness to local charities that support survivors of sexual assault in South London

Community Art Project
February-May 2018

Children from Lewisham explore their local community creating connections through acts of kindness and exchange, finding and sharing common ground.
This project will support children through a programme of internet awareness workshops. This will enhance community relationships in addition to improving levels of self-esteem and emotional wellbeing.

A community art project by hARTslane in collaboration with:
St Mungo's Charity for Homeless People
999 Club, Deptford
Greenhive Carehome, Peckham
Syrian Vulnerable People Resettlement Scheme (Lewisham Council)
SHP Single Homeless Project
Childeric Primary School, Lewisham
Hatcham Temple Grove Primary School, Lewisham
SIGNAL, Autism in Lewisham
Telegraph Hill Festival

Kindly supported by The Big Lottery Fund