Tova McKenzie-Bassant: PASSAGES

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In association with Layered and Interwoven at The Stephen Lawrence Gallery, there is an opportunity to attend this Artist Talk and Private View at a solo exhibition of artwork by participating artist Tova Mckenzie-Bassant, held at Greenwich West Community and Arts Centre.

‘Oceans on Azimuth’ Album Launch by Lola de la Mata + special guest Maria Chávez (+ Silvia Mal DJ)

  • 15th May 2024
  • 6:30pm - 11:00pm
  • Stephen Lawrence Gallery

Wednesday May 15th 2024 | 7pm doors Lola de la Mata / Maria Chávez BUY TICKETS HERE Hosted by the Stephen Lawrence Gallery, experimental Composer Lola de la Mata presents a performance and exhibition of musical sculptures for her Debut Album ‘Oceans on Azimuth’, alongside special guest Abstract Turntablist, Sound Artist and DJ, Maria Chávez. […]

Slidefest Palestine

  • Wednesday 8th May 2024
  • 6:30pm - 8:30pm
  • Stephen Lawrence Gallery

GPP Slidefest, an event founded in Dubai by Gulf Photo Plus, is an evening of inspiring photography presentations by artists around a central theme. Each photographer takes the stage for 5/7mins to share their photography series followed by a Q&A with the audience. Since its inception over a decade ago, GPP has held over 30 […]

RADIO GHOST

  • 11th Nov - 17th Dec 2023
  • Project Space

 ‘Audacious, subversive even’ – The Guardian ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭  ‘One of the most striking events in the LIFT 2022’ – Time Out Lumen Prize 2023 Winner IndieCade Live Action Award Nominee In RADIO GHOST, you are a ghost-hunter, broadcasting your journey as you reach through portals into the far-away dimensions of a haunted Mall. […]

BINAURAL DINNER DATE

  • 11th Nov - 3rd Dec 2023
  • Project Space

Recommended by Evening Standard and Guardian Close Encounters. Part audio-led interactive performance, part dating agency, BINAURAL DINNER DATE invites strangers to get to know each other better through carefully designed experiences.  BDD invites genuine applications from individuals looking for love, existing couples who simply want a different dating experience or friends who want to experience […]

WITHIN TOUCHING DISTANCE

  • 11th Nov 2023
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  • Project Space

Exploring the importance of touch, WITHIN TOUCHING DISTANCE takes one audience member at a time through a journey from childhood to adulthood and old age through the medium of a bedtime routine. The artwork combines an immersive VR and spatialised binaural audio-world with a live, intimate one-on-one performance, in which a caring choreography of touch […]

DO AS YOU’RE TOLD?

  • 12th Nov - 14th Nov 2023
  • Project Space

Creative Futures Hub is delighted to present DO AS YOU’RE TOLD? – A 3-day symposium of research into audio-led & instruction-based performance practice in public and non-public spaces. Join us for a symposium on the book project Do As You’re Told? Conversations with ZU-UK About Instruction-based Performance Practice which celebrates and critiques the multi-award-winning theatre […]

About Then: Artist Talk

  • 6th April 2023
  • 6:00pm - 8:00pm
  • Stephen Lawrence Gallery

Artist Talk with Seema Khalique, Anselm Ebulue, Philippa James, Rehan Jamil and Shaista Chishty.

About Then, a photographic exhibition curated for the Stephen Lawrence which brings together work of 5 artists.

The conversation will encompass the 5 artists discussing individual works being exhibited.

International Women’s Day: works by Clean Break and Junior D. Kannah

  • 8th March 2023
  • 6:00pm - 9:00pm
  • Heritage Gallery

Join us in celebrating International Women’s Day with Clean Break Theatre and photography exhibition by Junior D. Kannah. This event will showcase Catch, a new play from Clean Break, a ground-breaking theatre company which puts women’s voices at the heart of its work and creates lasting change by challenging injustice in and beyond the criminal justice system. Catch presents a […]

LGBT+ History Month: Queer African Sartorialism Panel Discussion

  • 24th Feb 2023
  • 6:00pm - 8:00pm
  • Heritage Gallery

Join us as we celebrate LGBT+ History month against the backdrop of the Les Sapeuses: the Women Dandies of the DRC exhibition. The panel will be incorporating speakers across disciplines in Sartorialism and Queer history and chaired by Curator, Sally Howard. Following the discussion there will be a drinks reception in the Heritage Gallery where guests are […]