Art In The Community Exhibition

Art In The Community, artography london, Alix Edwards, Pame and Iris
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Event details

Event date: 
2 June 2014
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Target audience and any restrictions: 
all welcome!
All ages
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Venue name: 
Art In The Community, Clapton Salvation Army
122-124 Lower Clapton Road
The Salvation Army in Clapton is situated on the A102, Lower Clapton Road, on the corner of Lower Clapton Road and Laura Place. Train The nearest train station is Clapton Station (above ground train line) situated on the A107 Upper Clapton Road, about a


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About the event

This FREE exhibition celebrates what we've been creating on Friday mornings at Clapton Salvation Army. From blank pieces of paper to creative richness you can see in front of you!

The photographic exhibition shot by Hackney based photographer and art facilitator Alix Edwards documents the journey of Art In The Community, a group she set up with Clapton Salvation Army and with help from Community First funding to rekindle that creative spark that's there in all of us but that can so easily get lost - from inception to exhibition! The artworks on display have all been created by members of the group during our sessions which range from acrylics, glass painting, still life drawing and collage to creating cartoons and splat painting outside!

Photographs and the artworks are for sale and the money raised from this will go towards continuing the project and buying art materials.   To findmout more about the artist or be invited to future exhibitions please like the Facebook page ‘artography london’ or see website This is part of a number of free community events hosted by Clapton Salvation Army:


artography london and Clapton Salvation Army
Ruth Gray


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