Subject tag: Art

17 January 2021

The next items of street art being created for PG under commission from the Palmers Green Action Team are taking a while... But that's hardly surprising, as they're a set of mosaics which will adorn Palmers Green Station and are being put together one little piece at a time.

06 January 2021

The Ruth Winston Community Centre is opening up its online classes to anyone aged 50 and above. They all use Zoom.

26 October 2020

A new art course from Enfield & Southgate WEA begins after half-term, when Colin Lomas will be looking at Baroque and Rococo art to show the impact of the political, social and religious changes in art and architecture between 1600 and 1800.

19 October 2020

Enfield Art Circle's annual exhibition is under way - this year it's moved online.

22 September 2020

A pedestrian crossing in Southgate has been transformed by local designer Dan Maier, who says she wanted to create something bright and cheery, introducing the essence of nature and its vibrant colours into our urban landscape. A second crossing, in Enfield Town, has been reimagined by Alevi artist Hasan Bölücek. Three more crossings are due to get the treatment, including one in Palmers Green.

Read the full article and forum comments

31 August 2020

Enfield & Southgate WEA has a number of exciting courses running this autumn and all are available for booking now on the WEA website.

27 August 2020

A new Manga mural by artist and theatrical designer Sonoko Obuchi, featuring representations of students from Platinum Dance, has been officially unveiled at the Millfield Arts Centre in Silver Street Edmonton. The mural celebrates the local enthusiasm and passion for the arts that Platinum is an important part of, and also marks the launch of a new venture, the Platinum Performing Arts Academy, which opens next month.

19 July 2020

Enfield & Southgate WEA's autumn courses will all be held online, using Zoom.

19 June 2020

WEA courses and activities have moved online and for the time being are free, so where you live becomes irrelevant. On the one hand, you now have the chance to enrol in courses run by WEA tutors throughout the country, but, on the other hand, people from other parts of the UK will now have a chance to grab places on your favourite Enfield & Southgate courses. So don't delay, enrol today!

10 March 2020

The renowned street artist ATM will soon be creating a mural at Palmers Green Station, inspired by the New River and its wildlife. Palmers Green Action Team are offering free art workshops on Saturday 28th March, 9.15am and 2.15pm, to meet the artist and explore the ideas for its design.

29 February 2020

Take part in an affordable Art Fair in Winchmore Hill, N21 on Thursday 14th May 2020. The event aims to celebrate the wealth of artistic talent in Enfield and neighbouring boroughs of North London, provide sales opportunities for artists and raise money for St Paul's Primary School.

20 August 2019

The latest subject of the National Autistic Society's online series Stories from the Spectrum is Palmers Green resident Patrick Samuel, artist and musician.

05 August 2019

Palmers Green artist Patrick Samuel is also pursuing a musical career. Tiergarten Records, which releases music by neurodiverse artists, will be issuing his first album, Distant Star, on 16th August, and it can be pre-ordered now. On 23rd August Patrick will be launching the album and his new exhibition at Starfish & Coffee in Aldermans Hill.

03 June 2019

Artist Edward Wills returns to Tottenham Art Classes with a new Still Life Drawing Course in July.

16 October 2018

Breathing Again follows Patrick Samuel, an artist with autism and ADHD, as he prepares for his sixth solo exhibition using his local park as inspiration. Shot on location in Broomfield Park, Patrick, accompanied by his emotional support dog Chase, shares what it’s like living and coping with autism, how art has changed his life and why going to the park is such an important part of his daily routine.

03 July 2018

The Art is Therapy exhibition runs at the Dugdale Centre from 3rd to 15th July.

15 February 2018

Cathy Taylor of Friends of Broomfield Park ran a workshop last October to teach people how to use leaves from the park to make unique items of ceramic jewellery. Cathy has now fired the visitors' creations and, if you were one of the artists, you can now collect them from Broomfield Conservatory. The Conservatory is open on Wednesday and Sundays only, between 2pm and 4pm.  Just call in, admire the plants and collect your items of jewellery from the stewards on duty. Cathy took.......

Read the full article and forum comments

28 January 2018

Palmers Green Art Group started 12 years ago to help a group of amateur artists nurture and develop their artistic skills in an informal and friendly environment. The group has changed over the years as different people have come and gone. Originally focused on watercolour, members now work in a variety of painting and drawing media, reflecting a diversity of individual styles and preferences. We do not offer formal tuition but enjoy an atmosphere of creativity, encouragement and support from.......

11 December 2017

Following two exhibitions nearer to home, Palmers Green artist Patrick Samuel's work goes on show this week at a cinema and gallery in east London. Clash of the IconsAn exhibiition by Patrick Samuel12 December 2017 - 16 January 2017Genesis Cinema, 93-95 Mile End Rd, London E1 4UJ Exhibition Launch 12 December 2017 at 7pm Patrick will also be showing a short film about his creative journey since he started his daily art therapy in December 2016, as well as playing music he composes when.......

28 October 2017

Patrick Samuel - one of the artists involved in Enfield's bid for cultural recognition An exhibition of work by Palmers Green artist Patrick Samuel will launch Enfield Council's bid for the borough to become a "London Borough of Culture". Patrick's show, Escape and Return, runs at the Dugdale Centre from 7th November until 2nd December.  Earlier this year we published an article written by Patrick - a moving story of how taking up art turned his life around. The London Borough of Culture.......

Read the full article and forum comments