POP UP MARKET & ART EXHIBITION

Barkingside’s summer of outdoor art programme at Ken Aston Square FROM JUNE TO SEPTEMBER

Barkingside Art Club hosted as part Pop Up Market and Mobile Pop Up Art Gallery under the arches at the Ken Aston Square, an opportunity to local creatives whose work embraces diversity and inclusion to sell and display their work, and network with other local artist and community. 

OPEN CALL STALL HOLDERS & ARTISTS

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PopUp Market

We are delighted to offer a space for local artists and craftspeople as well as local food vendors that wish to be part of the event. We especially welcome BAME artists and those from working class backgrounds, artists with disabilities, learning difficulties or mental health issues.

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Mobile Pop Up Art Gallery

We believe that creativity exists within us all, regardless of age, background or education, if you share this belief and are practising artist based in Redbridge, don’t miss this opportunity to show your work.

To utilise the space as best as possible artists with less than 4 pieces will exhibit within the Mobile Art Gallery group exhibition.

The following are a selection of our participating Artists at our last out door Art Market for 2019.

Mahin Hussain Accessories
Eliyah Qureshi
Pranjal Kakshepati's Illustration
Ayesha Ahmad
Nadia Khan Art
Katherine Pollock
Maryam Ali
ALICE CASTIGLIONE
Nina Gore Art
Bahar ulus

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Free Art Workshops

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21 Sept (12pm-7pm) Tambourines in Kandinsky style Free workshop booking required


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Other activities in KEN ASTON SQUARE just outside Fullwell Cross Leisure Centre & Library delivered by Vision Redbridge’s Culture Team in partnership with Arts Council England NPO funded Without Walls consortium include:

The Band at the End of the World

Arriving in a cloud of raucous brass heavy music, driving their home made, flaming and smoking battle-church. Dressed in punk marching band attire & existing within their very own miniature apocalyptic microclimate.

The Band at the end of the World! has been supported by Without Walls, and commissioned by Without Walls, Brighton Festival, Just So Festival and Out There International Festival of Circus and Street Arts. Supported by Arts Council England through Grants for the Arts, 101 Outdoor Arts Creation Space & The Invisible Circus. Developed at 101 Outdoor Arts Creation Space, The invisible Circus Creation Space & OnSet.


If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to email culture@visionrcl.org.uk. To learn more about our partner, please visit the Without Walls website.Ken Aston Square is Barkingside’s outdoor arts space at Fullwell Cross Library & Leisure Centre

For more information visit : www.redbridge.gov.uk/kas


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