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Hotel Elephant Gallery & StudiosDistance: 1.1 miTourist Information 5 Spare Street London, SE17 3EP
Hotel Elephant was established in 2009 as a not for profit company to provide space for arts and culture in Southwark. Since then Hotel Elephant has provided over 57,000 square foot of space across 6 'meanwhile' use property in the Elephant and Castle.
Spare Street is a new street dedicated to Creative Enterprise in the Elephant and Castle of workspace and a public space across five railways arches. Hotel Elephant will create workspace for 80+ Emerging Artists and Creative Entrepreneurs including recent graduates, local micro business and growing creative businesses.
Spare Street has been named by Hotel Elephant after the artist Austin Osman Spare who lived, worked and exhibited in the area from the early 1900’s until his death in 1956.
Hotel Elephant has secured funding for the project from Mayor of London through the London Regeneration Fund and from Southwark Council’s Arts and Culture Grant fund.
Spare Street sees Hotel Elephant establishing the first permanent Creative Enterprise Hub in the Elephant and Castle - Our mission is to establish Spare Street as a destination which celebrates and encourages Creative Enterprise and Artistic production in Southwark.
Tannery Arts is a small, independent charity concerned with making contemporary art accessible to a wide public and supports the professional development of emerging and established artists through affordable studio provision.
Tannery Projects is an occasional exhibition and events space run by and for Tannery Arts artist studio holders.
Tannery Arts is also home to the Drawing Room gallery, which delivers the exhibiton and learning strands of Tannery Arts' public engament programme. Drawing Room explores ideas around contemporary drawing and makes them visible in the public domain.
Drawing Room explores ideas around contemporary drawing and makes them visible in the public domain. As the only public and non-profit gallery in the UK and Europe dedicated to contemporary drawing, it provides a unique resource for the promotion of drawing, its practice, theory and methodology.
The programme incorporates a wide range of ideas and media, from the traditional to the experimental, and is informed by contemporary artistic practice. It supports the production of new work and acts as a catalyst to test the parameters of drawing, providing opportunities for artists, writers and curators to produce, examine and research contemporary drawing.
Drawing Room is located in south east London in premises shared with its umbrella organisation, Tannery Arts, since 2003. A studio organisation established in 1993, Tannery Arts is dedicated to supporting the professional development of emerging and established artists.
Drawing Room was initiated by curators Mary Doyle, Kate Macfarlane and Katharine Stout to provide the major European resource for contemporary drawing. It has delivered an ambitious international programme of solo and group exhibitions that have included established, emerging and historical artists. Many of these exhibitions have toured to galleries and museums throughout the UK and beyond. Their scope, interpretation and dissemination have been broadened through partnerships with individuals and institutions that have generated publications, a programme of in-conversations and symposia and learning projects.
Skylark Galleries on the Southbank London, We sell contemporary art direct from the artists, and hold regular art events and exhibitions Skylark Gallery 1 is in bustling Gabriel's Wharf and Skylark Gallery 2 is on the 1st fl Oxo Tower building
Visitors enjoy meeting and talking with the gallery artists who take turns to work in the galleries on a rota basis.
56 Upper Ground
London SE1 9PP
Unit 1.09, Oxo Tower Wharf
London SE1 9PH
VITRINE is focused on artistic experimentation and development; material, process and installation led practice at its core.
Founded in London in 2012, grown from a project space since 2010, VITRINE invites and fosters the development and presentation of new work in spaces in London and Basel, at art fairs internationally and through off-site projects.
VITRINE’s spaces on Bermondsey Square, London, and Vogesenplatz, Basel, promote a new model of exhibition-making. Whilst enclosed behind glass, the works extend beyond the gallery boundaries into the surrounding public space. Exhibitions viewable 24/7 and viewing rooms by appointment.
VITRINE commissions SCULPTURE AT a public sculpture programme (Bermondsey Square, since 2014) and presents an array of events and experiences to enhance and support its international programme.
Further information... www.vitrinegallery.com
Proud to be a part of House of Vans, at The Wall SE1 we aim to provide a space for all to sit, relax, recharge, energise, fraternise and generally enjoy themselves; whether for a quick pit stop or a leisurely morning, The Wall's team will provide.
The Wall SE1 was set up in as the food and drink operation within House of Vans London, which opened August 2014. It provides food and drink for skaters, member of the public, for the array of events that take place within the space, and for special guests like the Foo Fighters, to Tony Alva, to Julian Casablancas, to Christian Hosoi.
Inspired by the New York brunch scene and London life, we’ve created a menu to showcase American style with British ingredients and flair. We hope to share our love of big flavours, seasonal ingredients, lip-smacking and finger-dripping dishes with you.
We plan to do this alongside cookery classes for kids (our very own 'skate 'n bake') and anything we can think of that will engage the members of our HOV community.
Gallery 223 has been established to represent artists who deserve the stage, in a venue we know you will find unique and rewarding. As you will discover, it may be the antithesis of the white wall contemporary gallery but the art itself comes alive in this exceptional space.
We want to retain a balance between those with a passion for collecting art and those with a genuine interest in following the arts. As such, the gallery will run by appointment throughout the week, and strictly by very limited invitation only, to events and exhibitions. Please don’t let this deter you from contacting us as we will ensure that everyone who wants to be involved will be.
Beyond the Gallery we will bring cultural experiences to Gallery 223 through regular exhibitions, events and an Arts Club.
Gallery 223 has been created by local businessman, Dennis Geary who has opened several art ventures in the area and contemporary british artist Tom Leamon. Art advisor Sonia Chamberlain brings many years experience to the Gallery.
We look forward to welcoming you to Gallery 223.
The London Glassblowing Studio and Gallery has been established for over 35 years and is where world-renowned Glass Art pioneer and ambassador Peter Layton creates his work. The Studio is currently in its third home, located on the vibrant Bermondsey Street, SE1 - at the heart of a growing hub of London's finest Galleries and Eateries. Leading on from the street, doors described by The Guardian as 'Cathedral-like..' lead up to the cutting-edge London Glassblowing Gallery; a fantastic open plan space with regular exhibitions showing everything about contemporary glass from hot blown work, to cast pieces, to jewellery exhibits. Sitting behind the Gallery is the Studio/Workshop, where the vast team of renowned artists blow the work using the wide array of blowpipes, hot furnaces, the Glory-hole, the Kilns, and at a safe distance, a section for the public and passers by to sit and watch the beautiful act of blowing glass live. Behind the scenes is a cold workshop where all the cutting, polishing and finishing takes place.
London Glassblowing works somewhat as a collective, in which Peter Layton nurtures talent by inviting artists to work and blow for London Glassblowing, in return receiving an unrivalled space to blow and exhibit their own work.
For more details on Peter, the studio, the team, exhibitions ... see our website http://www.londonglassblowing.co.uk,
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For more than 40 years our work has promoted early intervention in relationship support, empowering couples and individuals to develop the skills, knowledge and confidence they need to make their relationships thrive.
By applying the latest research to real-life situations and engaging with front-line practitioners who work with families every day, we create accessible, affordable resources that enable people from all walks of life to make positive changes for themselves.
We currently have school networks in Uganda and Zambia, comprising 26 schools and teaching over 13,000 students. Once a PEAS school is built it runs independently of outside aid.
Want to find out more? Get involved in PEAS work: http://www.peas.org.uk/node/309
Our priorities are combatting corruption in the UK, reducing the UK’s role in fuelling corruption overseas and combatting corruption in the international defence and security sector. We:
• Design practical tools and work with organisations, companies and individuals wishing to combat corruption
• Produce ground breaking research on corruption in the UK and internationally
• Empower individuals, companies and civil society to engage in the fight against corruption
• Advocate legal and regulatory reform both nationally and internationally
Guadalupe Old Girls Association-UK (GOGA-SISTERS) is an association of ex-pupil of Our Lady of Guadalupe Secondary School for Girls Lunsar, Sierra Leone. Was founded in February 2007, in England UK as a Sierra Leonean women development group and Reg. No.7378482.
GOGA is a non- profit and non- political community based organization, which seeks to promote girl-child education, social and welfare needs in Lunsar and through out Sierra Leone. Our aim is to meet the dire needs of the institution’s educational facilities and the objective is to promote quality education and empowering girls and women.
British Youth Opera was founded in 1987 to provide professional rehearsal and performance opportunities for emerging singers, musicians and technical trainees on the threshold of their careers.
Now regarded as one of the country's foremost opera training companies, it works to provide the very best professional development through an annual programme of workshops, masterclasses and fully-staged operas at Sadler's Wells' Peacock Theatre.
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Carers UK makes life better for carers.
We give expert advice, information and support.
We connect carers so no one has to care alone.
We campaign for lasting change.
We innovate to find new ways to reach and support carers.
Contact our Adviceline on 0808 808 7777 or [email protected],org
Join Carers UK and be part of our supportive community and movement for change. Our free online forum for Carers UK members is where you can talk to other carers who understand your situation. http://www.carersuk.org/how-you-can-help/join-us
You may also be interested in our nation's pages:
Northern Ireland: https://www.facebook.com/CarersNorthernIreland
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Revolving Doors Agency is a charity working across England to change systems and improve services for people with multiple problems including poor mental health who are in repeat contact with the criminal justice system.
Men and women in this revolving doors group are among the most excluded in our society, experiencing a downward spiral that can lead to homelessness, substance misuse, family breakdown and poverty.
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The Depaul Group's journey began more than 400 years ago in a small village on the French side of the Pyrenees where St Vincent de Paul was born in the spring of 1581. All the charities which form the Depaul Group continue to work in the spirit of St Vincent de Paul in a practical and non-judgmental way, a 'Vincentian' way, with their focus on responding to need through action and innovation.
Our staff and volunteers are drawn from all walks of life - people of any faith or none - and we work with those who are on the margins of society, again people of any faith or none, from the young to the elderly. All the charities within the Depaul Group work in a way which acknowledges diversity and equality of opportunity for all.
Everyone has a place to call home and a stake in their community
To offer homeless and disadvantaged people the opportunity to fulfil their potential and move towards an independent and positive future
Our key values and indicators underpin all of the work we do
We celebrate the potential of people
We put our words into action
We aim to take a wider role in civil society
We believe in rights and responsibilities
The Depaul Box Company Distance: 0.5 miTourist Information 291-299 Borough High Street London, United Kingdom SE1 1JG
We have a huge selection of audiobooks available to download, stream and borrow on MP3 CD. Our library boasts 1000s of contemporary and classic titles covering many popular genres such as crime, romance, popular comedy, historcial novels, travel and biography. We are a vital resource for students with print impairments as we support the National Curriculum from Key Stage 2 to A-Level, recording set texts and study guides which are not available elsewhere. Our education programme goes far beyond providing just 'English' books as we also support subjects such as history, science and geography. Browse our extensive catalogue to find your new favourite audiobook. www.listening-books.org.uk/library.aspx