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Bow Arts Open Studios Programme Listings
Bow Arts annual Open Studios is one of the largest in London and is an exciting opportunity to discover new artist and their work. These are the event listings at 3 May 2011. Further events may be added. Admission to all these events is free.
Bow Arts Open Studios Party
Friday 17 June 2011, 6-11pm, Bow Arts, 181-183 Bow Road, London E3 2SJ
Over 100 artists from Bow Arts will open their studios to the public. There will also be live music from Balabustah, Thai food and a bar in the courtyard.
Connection Point London: E3 – Private View
Friday 17 June, 6-9pm, The Nunnery, 181 Bow Road, London E3 2SJ
A first glimpse of Bow Arts annual exhibition, this year curated by Edward Lucie Smith and Max Presniell. The show features work from 15 Bow Arts artists whose work include painting, sculpture, photography and video.
Connection Point London: E3 - Exhibition
Saturday 18 June to Sunday 17 July, The Nunnery, 181 Bow Road, London E3 2SJ
Bow Arts annual exhibition, this year curated by Edward Lucie Smith and Max Presniell. The show features work from 15 Bow Arts artists whose work include painting, sculpture, photography and video. Open Friday – Sunday, 1-5pm.
Exhibiting artists: Sooim Jeong, Katie Parrott, Olivia Bax, Ashley Rich, David Buckley, Samuel Herbert, Ben Walker, Julie Fagan, Evan Thomas, Maslen & Mehra, Robert Luzar, Dave Farnham, Kris Emmerson, Fintan Friel, Kazuya Tsuji.
On Connection Point London with Edward Lucie Smith (Gallery Talk)
Sunday 19 June, 2pm, The Nunnery, 181 Bow Road, London E3 2SJ
Edward Lucie Smith, co-curator of this year’s annual Bow Arts show, talks about the choices made in selecting this year’s show and the relevance of the show’s title.
Connection Point London: SE1
Saturday 25 June to Sunday 17 July, SE1 Project Space, 46 Willow Walk, London SE1 5SF
Private View: Friday 24 June, 6-10pm
Second part of a landmark show, curated by Edward Lucie Smith and Max Presneill. Bow Arts annual exhibition features 15 of London’s hottest new artists. Open Friday – Sunday, 1-5pm.
Exhibiting artists: Samuel Wood, Terry Dynes, Russell Hill, Cristina Pedreira, Fiona Gall, Doug Burton, Justin Pearce, Katie Elder, Matthew Stock, Ollie Harrop, Annie Zamero, Alison Raimes, Barbara Kukovec, Mindy Lee, Riz Maslen, Giles Corby.
SE1 Open Studios
Friday 24 June to Sunday 26 June, SE1 Studios, 46 Willow Walk, London SE1 5SF
A chance to meet the artists and see their work in South East London’s most vibrant new artistic community. Our neighbours at Southwark Studios will also be opening their studios this weekend so a great opportunity to see the best new talent this side of the Thames! Open Friday 6-10pm, Sat/Sun 1-5pm.
Franko B Summer Salon
Saturday 25 June, 3-7pm, SE1 Project Space, 46 Willow Walk, London SE1 5SF
Artist Franko B has been running his Art, Politics and Sex Salons at Bow Arts over the past few years. The event attracts a regular group of artists and art lovers who want to share their views and their creativity with others.
BAT Pack Annual Show
Thursday 30 June to Sunday 10 July, 11am-6pm, Mile End Arts Pavilion, Grove Road, Bow E3
Private View: Wednesday 29 June, 6-9pm.
Up to 60 local artists involved in Bow Arts LiveWork Scheme are showcased in this eclectic and stunning new show.
For more details contact The Nunnery on 020 8709 5292, by email at email@example.com or visit http://www.thenunnery.co.uk
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Bow Arts Trust is an arts education charity in East London. It provides artists studios and accomodation in East and South East London. It also offers wide reaching arts education provision and operates the Nunnery gallery in Bow.