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ROOM 6.5 / Unseen & Unspoken
CALL FOR EXHIBITION PROPOSALS
June – November 2019
“What matters is precisely this: the unspoken at the edge of the spoken.” Virginia Wolf
“ROOM 6.5: Unseen & Unspoken” aims to give visibility to the under-represented and unheard voices in our society.
We look for untold stories and unexplored realities to reveal and share.
ROOM 6.0 focuses on a relevant contemporary issue every 6 months and will provide a forum for exploration and cultural engagement on current affairs. Submissions are welcome from artists and curators alike. The specific topic can be addressed through collaborative and site specific projects, exhibitions, workshops, talks and screenings.
The programme welcomes proposals from UK based as well as international art practicioners
THE 100 WISHES PROJECT
A permanent Delft Blue Public Art Wall for and by the community of Hatcham, New Cross Gate.
Free tile decorating workshops:
Sunday 2 June, 12noon-3pm @ The Five Bells (family drop in)
Monday 3 June, 1-4pm @ All Saints Community Centre (Ageing well fun club)
Monday 3 June, 6:30-8pm @ All Saints Community Centre ( 32Deptford Scouts)
Thursday 6 June, 4-6pm @ Somerville Adventure Playground (teenagers drop in)
Sunday 9 June, 2-4pm @ hARTslane (all local creatives drop in)
**The 100 Wishes Project Wall Opening Event** Saturday 21st of September 2019, 1-3pm
Hatcham Park Road / Harts Lane (SE14 5UP, New Cross Gate, London)
Special thanks to Sainsbury's for giving permission to use their wall.
Kindly sponsored by Supported by the Mayor of London’s Culture Seeds.
It’s so rewarding to be able to see the power of art as a vehicle to connect people with themselves and eachother.
Big thanks to The National Lottery Community Fund who enabled us to produce “Stitching Time”, where children are making personalised memory cushions for residents of local Alzheimer’s care homes.
We are in the full swing of cutting, sewing & designing. Children experience the joy of making and creating together for someone else within their community.
A wonderful little docu-fim is being made to share “Stitching Time” with everyone who is interested in intergenerational acts of kindness through art. Whatch this space!
Special thanks to all the partners invloved:
Hatcham Temple Grove Primary School & Manley Court Care Home
Sandhurst Primary School & Beechcroft Care Centre
Brent Knoll Special School & Pear Tree Care Home.
Art4Minds Self-care Workshops
Sunday March 10, 2-4pm
Sunday March 31, 2-4pm
Sunday April 28, 2-4pm
Sunday June 9, 2-4pm
ART4MINDS is a self-care community initiated by artist Sara Stenbæk. Art4Minds uses meditation and art to aid self-discovery and stress relief. We facilitate a supportive, non-judgemental and confidential space for the participants to reflect on personal and group themes.
EACH WORKSHOP will explore different topics related to art and mental well-being. After a relaxing guided meditation we will be visualising our feelings as colours to then attempt to express them through drawing/painting/collage.
Art materials provided! The workshop is open to all. No experience required!
Please arrive on time!
The workshops are donation-based (however, no one is turned away due to lack of funds).
(student, retired, unemployed workers and part-time workers who feel they can't afford the waged price)
(part-time and full-time workers or anyone who feel they can afford the waged price)
(anyone who would like to contribute extra to the project - the money go to materials, printing, transport etc)
To book a space email firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook event at: https://www.facebook.com/events/388418688640416/?event_time_id=388418695307082
To join the community and learn more please visit www.sarastenbaek.com or www.facebook.com/art4minds.
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