Subject tag: Art

13 July 2015

The video below, released in connection with an exhibition at Bruce Castle Museum, is a beautifully filmed and soberly narrated tour of the architectural and artistic delights to be found within churches in Tottenham, Hornsey, Stamford Hill, Noel Park and Harringay.  The buildings date from the middle ages right through to the 1990s - but the modern buildings contain some astounding items salvaged from demolished buildings. Well worth spending half an hour watching (I could have done.......

25 May 2015

Last year over 600 people visited All Saints, Edmonton, for a glorious week of poetry, music, theatre and a wide range of other events. They were there for the Lamb Festival, an arts festival celebrating the lives and legacies of Charles and Mary Lamb, and the success of that first festival left us in no doubt that there should be a second (and hopefully a third, a fourth, a…). The Lamb Festival 2015 will be held from Saturday 6th to Friday 12th June, and once again we’ve got a rich.......

27 May 2014

This year's Open Studios and Arts Trail includes four free craft workshops, three of which will give you a chance to try for yourself. Bookbinding in Broomfield Conservatory 7 June 1.30-3.30pm and 4-6pm - booking essential (cost of materials £5).  Click for details. Graphic window art at Printfields 7 June 10am - 1pm (drop in, but please register an interest in advance).  Click for details. Blacksmithing in Broomfield Community Orchard 8 June 2-5pm - drop-in.......

12 May 2014

Less than a month to go till the 2014 Southgate and Palmers Green Open Studios & Art Trail.  If you're impatient to see some of the beautiful work produced by the participating artists and creatives, you can call in at the preview exhibition that opens this Wednesday (14 May) at Anthony Webb in Green Lanes.  And if you want to start planning your routes for Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th June, you can download a copy of the Trail Guide (printed copies will also be posted through.......

01 April 2014

A twelve-week course on painting with oils begins on Tuesday 22nd April in Wood Green, starting at 7.30pm.  The classes, intended for people of all ages, are taught by Mick Yates and will be held at the Burghley Road Children's Centre, London N8 OQG (near Turnpike Lane). The hour-long sessions costs £10 each or £7 if you book for all twelve weeks in advance.  More information from the Big Green Bookshop in Brampton Road or you can call Mick on 07985558001........

11 February 2014

A new locally based arts festival is running essay and photographic competitions which will be open only to Enfield residents or students at schools in the borough. Grave of Charles and Mary Lamb in the churchyard of All Saints EdmontonThe week-long Lamb Festival will be held at All Saints Church in Edmonton starting on 31st May. It will celebrate two of Edmonton's most famous residents - the 18th Century essayist and poet Charles Lamb and his sister Mary, who was also a writer and collaborated.......

10 January 2014

An art exhibition opening later this month at the Dugdale Centre is not entitled Watch Out! for nothing. It will comprise some 20+ paintings by Moshe Galili, a Palmers Green resident and Holocaust survivor, who fears that a neo-Nazi movement currently developing in his native Hungary and elsewhere in the former Soviet bloc could revive some of the horrors that he himself lived through as a young man. The Gun - one of the paintings in the exhibition. Click on the picture to read the story behind.......

06 December 2013

A ceramics class at the Millfields Arts Centre, designed for people with varying levels of experience in working with clay, will run from 6th January to 31st March (no class on 17th February). The class is taught by Deborah Broomfield, who can be contacted at . Fees of £120 are payable in advance in two instalments or can be paid each week at £11. Fees include clay, firing and glazes........

29 November -0001

Gee Jay Arts is launching a new 6-week painting masterclass on Tuesday 26th April at Southgate Methodist Church (corner of the Bourne and Queen Elizabeth Drive).

29 November -0001

PG town centre will be getting some new public art later this year. What sort of art would you like, and where would you like it? To find out more and give your opinion you're invited to a meeting at Starfish Loves Coffee on Wednesday 18th January - pop in between 4pm and 6pm. If you can't make it, there's an online survey running until the end of the month.

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29 November -0001

Arbeit Studios is advertising to recruit a Community & Site Manager for its recently opened studio at 310c Green Lanes, Palmers Green.