October Gallery, 24 Old Gloucester Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1N 3AL Tel: + 44 (0)20 7242 7367 Fax: + 44 (0)20 7405 1851

 

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FREE

OG Youth Collective: Exploring Art, Poetry & Film

Ages 14 - 24

Mondays 4.30pm-6.30pm at the October Gallery and various other cultural organisations around London!

 

Art, Photography, Printmaking, Film making,Exhibitions, Poetry, Events,Trips, Cultural Thinking


Work Experience, Portfolio Support,
GCSE/AS/A Level support, Arts Award


Come and join us and curate your own show, BE CREATIVE and make your CV STAND OUT!!

​Workshops suitable for ALL ages!

10am-12pm or 10.30-12pm Weekday mornings £100 per workshop

Life through Extraordinary Mirrors: Group Show

Thursday 19th September - Friday 22nd November

 
FREE Family Art Days at October Gallery
Come and join Octoby and friends in the October Gallery on the first Saturday of every month.
 
We will have a story adventure, games and art making suitable for 0-7 year olds, but older siblings are welcome too.
NEXT FAMILY ART DAY: SATURDAY 7th December 10am-11.30am 
​​Come and join professional artists and educators to develop skills, grow in confidence and above all get creative!

 

ART CLUB: Landscape in Print

Saturday 16th November 10am-12pm

Life through Extraordinary Mirrors

September 3, 2019

Ablade Glover

March 7, 2019

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Book your school visit to October Gallery Monday - Friday,10am-12pm,  for workshops with experienced artists and creative educators.

Workshops are suitable for ALL ages! 

Book 3 workshops for £250!

​Email: georgie@octobergallery.co.uk

If you would like to view our Annual Report, please contact education@octobergallery.co.uk

This Autumn term and over Black History Month in October the October Gallery presents a Group exhibition of artists from Africa and its Diaspora. The show will include painting, sculpture and photography drawing upon themes of place, identity and human experience. The seven artists interweave their personal experiences with global realities to present an astute view of the world we live in.

We will work with students of ALL AGES to explore these various themes with artist Esther Adesigbin and make art based on portraiture found in the exhibition, using many different materials and techniques.

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