Thanks to everyone who came to Naomi Pearce's talk about our current exhibition The Present Tense by Edward Thomasson on Saturday. The audio recording will be available on our website soon. Photos of the event are by Manuela Barczewski. Thank you also to everyone who made it to our coffee morning last Thursday.
Places are still available for Edward Thomasson in conversation with Jennifer Higgie: novelist, screenwriter, critic and co-editor of frieze, on Thursday 31 July at 7pm. To book please visit our Eventbrite page here.
Thanks to everyone who came to the panel discussion on the process of commissioning Edward Thomasson's work, The Present Tense, on Saturday. The audio recording will be available on our website soon.
Thank you also the London Psychodrama Network for the workshop on Sunday.
This week we are looking forward to the coffee morning and special viewing of The Present Tense with cakes generously provided by the East End Women’s Institute on Thursday 17 July from 9:00am to 10:30am.
Also, on Saturday 19 July at 3pm there will be a tour of the exhibition led by independent curator and writer Naomi Pearce. To reserve a place for this event please visit our Eventbrite page here.
Thanks to everyone who came to the opening of Edward Thomasson's exhibition The Present Tense last week, commissioned by Chisenhale Gallery and Create as part of the Chisenhale Gallery Create Residency (2012-14). Photos from the preview by Mark Blower are below. The exhibition is now open Wednesday to Sunday, 1-6pm until 24 August.
Places are still available for the discussion on Saturday 12 July at 3pm chaired by writer and academic Andrea Phillips, with Edward Thomasson; Hadrian Garrard, Director, Create; and Laura Wilson, Offsite and Education Organiser, Chisenhale Gallery, looking at the process of commissioning The Present Tense and Thomasson’s 18 month residency. To reserve a place visit our Eventbrite page here.
Please also join us on Sunday 13 July, 2-5pm for a workshop led by The London Psychodrama Network exploring methods of self transformation in response to Edward Thomasson’s exhibition. To reserve a place click here.