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Curious SE27 Art Trail

Curi­ous SE27 Art Trail

An excit­ing new pro­ject from Feast and Sta­tion to Sta­tion – show­cas­ing artists in local shops & ven­ues from Knight’s Hill to Tulse Hill
More inform­a­tion on the artists and their works can be found at the indi­vidu­al ven­ues
All dates 3rd–30th Septem­ber unless oth­er­wise stated

1 Rose­berys Auc­tion House
A cur­ated selec­tionof con­tem­por­ary art by South Lon­don-based artists.
18th–30th Septem­ber

2 Mad­dis­ons
Cass Kirchner’s atmo­spher­ic nar­rat­ive boxes made from found and lost objects from the past can be viewed in the win­dow.

3 Por­tico Gal­lery
Presents Chilean artist Rodrigo Luna.

4 Art & Craft
Draw­ings and paint­ings by Hugh Gilmour and ceram­ic sculp­tures by Jane Mil­lar.

5 Otter Trad­ing
Works on paper by Agnieszka Stando.

6 The Great North Wood, upstair­sres­taur­ant room
Bone china prin­ted plates by artist Robert Dawson.

7 The Book & Record Bar
Signs in Motion Prints, paint­ings and mobiles by Yair Meshoulam and Mar­tin Grover.

8 St Lukes Church
A selec­tion of large paint­ings by Curi­ous SE27 artists.

9 Flor­al Hall
Ceram­ic sculp­tures by Emma Fenelon.

10 Mosa­ic Work­shop
Come and view a vari­ety of mosa­ic art­works on dis­play at Mosa­ic Work­shop as well as lots of other mosa­ic mater­i­als on 3rd Septem­ber.

11 Bon Velo
Duncan McAfee is show­ing small sculp­tures and 2D works.

12 North­wood Estate Agents
Prints by Lucy Bain­bridge.

13 Knowles of Nor­wood
Local artist Tomas Stando will show his work in the lounge area of Knowles. PLUS Artists from Bain­bridge Stu­di­os show their work on the easels in a one-day event for FEAST on 3rd Septem­ber.

14 Beam­ish & McGlue
Julia McK­en­zie cre­ates paper cut poetry and laser cut gar­dens for the win­dows.

15 POP West Nor­wood
Marc Elmes cre­ates an art work for the win­dow. Open­ing 3rd Septem­ber.

16 The cir­cu­lar plant­ers on Nor­wood Road south of Elmcourt Road
Poetry Slabs presents: Man of Let­ters, A con­crete poetry work on the ground – just add water.

17 Lantana Estates, next to Tulse Hill Sta­tion
Paint­ings and tex­tile media art­works by Phil Dob­son and Jane Camp­bell.
Opens Monday 4th Septem­ber to 30th Septem­ber

#curiousSE27

September Art Feast

Wel­come to Septem­ber Art Feast!

 

We are delighted to be launch­ing a fant­ast­ic new pro­ject in asso­ci­ation with Sta­tion 2 Sta­tion, the Curious SE27 Art Trail which will stretch the whole length of the high street from Rosebery’s to Lantana Estates next to Tulse Hill Sta­tion.

 

 

Pick up the Curi­ous SE27 Leaf­let at Feast, take a look at the map and get explor­ing!

There will also be hands-on artist­ic activ­it­ies going on dur­ing the day — you can cre­ate a mosa­ic at Fam­ily Well­being or explore pat­terns based on the work of fam­ous artists at Artis­ans.

Plus, at the Por­tico Gal­lery you can view and bid on art­works donated by local artists and oth­ers, to be auc­tioned at Lam­beth Open in Octo­ber to raise funds for South­side Rehab­il­it­a­tion Asso­ci­ation, a local men­tal health char­ity. Place a bid now and you could be a win­ner in Octo­ber!

Fam­ily Well­being will be extra busy this month as Retro Vil­lage will be hos­ted there for the month of Septem­ber — two hubs for the price of one! This is due to an upcom­ing auc­tion at Rosebery’s, so there will be an auc­tion view­ing on Sunday – Decades of Design, view­ings 10am–2pm at Rosebery’s.

Don’t for­get also that you can buy a child’s packed lunch at Fam­ily Well­being: a very reas­on­able £2.50 for a ham or cheese sand­wich, a piece of fruit, a bag of crisps and water or squash in a cup. Lunches go on sale about 11.30 and often sell out fast at busy Feasts (which Septem­ber usu­ally is!), so head up there early to avoid dis­ap­point­ment.

Plus we will have the usual packed enter­tain­ments sched­ule, with favour­ite per­formers, DJs and new tal­ent on offer, Poetry Slabs at the Lib­rary —  and includ­ing our very own West Norwood’s Got Tal­ent, WiNGiT, at Fam­ily Well­being.

Finally, if you haven’t checked out the WeNo blog lately, why not have a nose around and dis­cov­er our latest local busi­ness to be fea­tured, B's Balloons?