CGP London is a non-profit contemporary art gallery set across two contrasting spaces in the heart of Southwark Park, Bermondsey.
Founded in 1984 by The Bermondsey Artists' Group, we remain artist-led and committed to presenting and commissioning challenging works of art and championing artists at all stages of their career.
Community integration and inclusiveness is central to the values of CGP London. We believe in the benefit of creative expression and positive contact with the arts. The Bermondsey Artists' Group is a registered educational charity (No.1073851) and Arts Council National Portfolio Organisation.
The gallery has hosted a number of very successful exhibitions and collections. The Vibe is proud to be setting up the totally new and personal Affordable Art Exhibition.
New incredible opportunity of International visibility for Artists!
30% commission on sales. Facilities for Card payment provided.
All art must be under £4000
For any questions contact us
Our Gallery Showcase a large space for a variety of hand made Jewellery Designs. We have a number of decorative cabinets which are from the Design Museum, Unexpected Pleasure exhibition and one from V&A. The range of these delicate pieces are from £20 to £500
We are an authentic Italian delicatessen and sandwich bar located within walking distance of Rotherhithe overground station and Canada Water and nearby Southwark park
We always have a collection of artworks from local artists on display that you can come and enjoy whilst drinking an espresso or cappucino. Also available are quality handmade panini with a selection of fillings from the deli counter. Only the finest ingredients are used in our panini. Alternatively you can try our lasagna or pizza.
Local artists (famous or not!) are welcome to provide their own artwork for display for others to enjoy, our aim is to promote local talent as well as to serve up good food!
Eight artists showing a collection of abstract, organic and dreamlike imagery derived from everyday life.
Handprinted fairDistance: 0.8 miTourist Information VIA Canary Wharf 2 The Port East Building Hertsmere Road London, E14 4AY
Handprinted Contemporary Print Fair launches at bar Via in Canary Wharf on Weds 15th April 17:00 – 21:00.
This free event will provide the visitor with a unique opportunity to browse and buy original prints first hand from the London based artists who make them.
The London Academy of Art Project was created by Cristian De La Pena Professional Chilean Fine Art Instructor Educated in New York City.
''After Long Conversations and Intellectual meetings with fellow artists it was then, that I realized the need to offer classical art training to enthusiastic art lovers in the City of London.
The main goal of the Academy is to train and enhance the artistic abilities of all people who love fine arts, using the old masters style drawing/painting tradition. The Academy offers a great deal of empowering, in a classical instruction environment.
The mission of The London Academy of Art is to offer a familial and inspiring place for the resurgence of the classical art methods and techniques. Our goal is to nurture and support a community of students determined to reach high levels of skill and artistic awareness.
What we share with you is an intimate environment where your individual learning process is the most important thing coupled with the group interaction and support. Our decor for creation is based on antique casts and still life set ups in remembrance of the old masters.
This creative space is available to rent on a short term basis. We are very flexible and can accommodate most uses. The Sweet Factory was started as a response to the limited and often high priced spaces available for short term rental.
The Crêpe Shop& Art Cafe is based in the heart of East London, Whitechapel. We are minutes walk from the Royal London Hospital. Our menu offers Gourmet Sweet & Savoury Crêpes, Fresh Bean Coffee and Delicious Cakes. Make sure you Pop down to view our weekly art exhibitions by local upcoming artists.
Matt's Gallery is a contemporary art space currently situated in a new temporary space at Unit 2, 65 Decima Street London SE1 4QR. In 2019 Matt's Gallery will move to its new 9000 sq ft permanent space in Nine Elms, Battersea as part of Wandsworth Council's cultural strategy. Its director, Robin Klassnik OBE, opened the gallery in his studio in 1979 on Martello Street, before moving premises to Bow in 1993. The gallery is named after Klassnik’s dog, Matt E. Mulsion.HistoryAmong the artists represented by Matt's Gallery are Willie Doherty, a 2003 Turner Prize nominee,Susan Hiller, Richard Grayson, Graham Fagen, Nathaniel Mellors, 2001 Turner Prize nominee Mike Nelson, Benedict Drew and Lindsay Seers. In 2009 Mellors, Nelson and Seers exhibited at Tate Britain. In 2011 Susan Hiller had a major retrospective at Tate Britain.In 2014 Robin Klassnik was awarded the OBE for services to the arts and media. In 1996, Matt’s Gallery was short-listed for the Prudential Award for the Visual Arts along with Bookworks and South London Gallery. In 1994 Robin Klassnik was short-listed for Prudential/Arts Council Award for an individual contribution to innovation and creativity in the Arts.In 2016 Matt's Gallery successfully applied for charitable status, allowing it to receive funds from a broad range of charities and agencies. As a National Portfolio Organisation, Matt’s Gallery receives revenue funding from Arts Council England and the programme is frequently supported by the Henry Moore Foundation and The Foyle Foundation amongst others.
Genesis Cinema is a family run, independent cinema and arts venue situated in London’s vibrant East End. Genesis is committed to exhibiting the best in independent and mainstream cinema, supporting local artists and filmmakers, and providing an enjoyable and valuable cinematic and artistic experience for the local community.
2 Herald Street
London, E2 6JT
Wed-Fri 11-6 Sat-Sun 12-6
Tube: Bethnal Green (Central Line)
Rail: Bethnal Green / Whitechapel (London Overground)
Bus: 8, 106, 254, 309, 388, D3, D6
37 Golden Sq
London, W1F 9LB
Tube: Piccadilly Circus (Piccadilly and Bakerloo Line) Oxford Circus (Central and Bakerloo Line)
Telephone: +44 20 7168 2566
E-mail: [email protected]
Contemporary art gallery in Bethnal Green, London. Representing artists Markus Amm, Alexandra Bircken, Josh Brand, Pablo Bronstein, Peter Coffin, Matt Connors, Matthew Darbyshire, Michael Dean, Ida Ekblad, Annette Kelm, Scott King, Cary Kwok, Christina Mackie, Djordje Ozbolt, Oliver Payne, Oliver Payne & Nick Relph, Amalia Pica, Nick Relph, Tony Swain, Donald Urquhart, Klaus Weber, and Nicole Wermers.
A fantastic community & arts space in the heart of Bethnal Green.
- good value managed work space you can rent
- great performing & visual arts spaces (theatre..gallery)
- conference & meeting rooms for hire
- community arts programme
- dance classes
- adult education classes
- volunteering & internship programme
Not to mention a great cafe * Unity Kitchen *
The Mile End Art Pavilion is a 5,000sqft landmark art exhibition venue, situated inside a landscaped hill, overlooking a manmade lake in the middle of Mile End Park. The gallery is owned and administered by Tower Hamlets Council for the benefit of the borough's community. Tower Hamlets is home to over 10,000 artists and many of London's most cutting-edge galleries and studios. The Mile End Art Pavilion is a resource to the borough's vast creative population and a significant point of access to its public.
The Art Pavilion accepts ambitious proposals for hire from organisations, artist collectives, or curators, subject to approval by its board of member artists and deemed to be of artistic or cultural value. It is also available for hire at reduced rates by art institutions for degree, interim and other student shows. Reduced or waived rates can also be negotiated for charities or charitable art events.
The Art Pavilion is home to the annual Tower Hamlets Spring Open exhibition, which allows local, national and international artists to compete for a chance to exhibit their works under the curation of an exciting and evolving selection board. Every year the Pavilion also hosts a large exhibition by current members of the Bow Arts Trust - a significant collection of properties housing artists and their studios, spread across Tower Hamlets and Hackney.
Situated within 'The Store' coffee shop our basement gallery space will be hosting numerous arts exhibitions, supper clubs, pop up's, film screenings and music events.
For information on hiring the space please contact us on the email supplied!!
More info & event listings will be coming very soon, watch this space!
Contact: [email protected]
Midnight Apothecary is a roof garden pop-up cocktail bar hidden in the grounds of Rotherhithe’s Brunel Museum above the Thames Tunnel. The Evening Standard has voted it "the hottest pop up bar in town" (August 2012). It is free entry with a cash bar. It began in May 2012 and ran every Saturday night until 29 September. Now it is back with SPECIAL Saturday nights. Cocktails infused with ingredients and garnishes from the garden are served in a space that overlooks the river and includes deckchairs, a firepit, flares, live music…and a lot of flowers. Look out for our Special Events.
Performance & Artists Platform - What U Want When U Want It Distance: 0.3 miTourist Information Cable Street Studios London, United Kingdom E1W 7LU 07427676749
Troxy is a 1930s art deco Grade II listed venue in East London. Originally opened as a luxury cinema, the venue has since been a theatre, bingo hall and now one of London's best venues for a mix of events, from awards ceremonies, to fashion shows, indoor sports, conferences and gala dinners.
Retaining many of the original features, including the colour scheme, the venue is nothing but unique. Even the original Wurlitzer organ is soon to make its return!
A bawdy drunkern bastard of a party, where girls come to pull a sailor , and the sailors get to wear a uniform and feel like men for a night !
Haha just jokin there,
Yes this ere is a regular monthly sailor party where yer can get all dressed up, get a tattoo from our little shack, have your postcard portrait taken with a lover, or just for the dancing your dolly clogs off to russian marches, parisian waltzes, Irish Jigs, reels or cockerney mockerney and jellied eels.
Its a dark and warmly lit drinkin den for them poor sailors who been away from the love of a good'n , let loose to RUM SODOMY and the LASH ...SO come welcome the boys back once a month as its a cold cold life out there on the ocean wave don't you know.
Last Saturday of every month we tell you! Xx See ya there !
P.s. See pics on the website or on here for a bit o previous!
This evening of song, dance and mystery provides the opportunity to look into our performers eyes, participate in their conversations ensuring you leave feeling contacted and touched as well as entertained.
You can expect rousing songs, live musicians, entrancing dancers, hilarious comics, mystery performers and a diversity of other speciality acts.
Come and experience our artists getting private in public.
The event is free. Donations of appreciation are split evenly between our performers.
MAAD production offers a complete, customer-focussed, film, DVD and corporate video production service. We specialise in artistic production.
Our services include scripting and planning, filming, editing, voiceovers, graphics, animation, soundtrack DVD design and duplication.
Our films can help promote, train, document and inspire businesses and organisations of all sizes from all sectors.
Contact us now to see how we can help bring your visions and values to life.
East London Printmakers Distance: 0.6 miTourist Information 42 Copperfield Road London, United Kingdom E3 4RR
East London Printmakers offers exceptional facilities for printmaking, resources for artists' individual development and opportunities for group exhibitions. The collective runs an active programme of workshops and open access sessions to foster creative potential for individuals and community-led initiatives.
Established in 1998 as a not for profit constituted voluntary organisation, East London Printmakers supports thirty key-holders, represents over 150 members and attracts over one thousand visitors annually.