Exhibition

Odd Space

22 Feb 2018 – 25 Feb 2018

Event times

Opening Thursday 22 February from 6:30-8:30pm. The exhibition continues from Friday 23 until Sunday 25 February, (12-6pm) with free workshops on both Saturday and Sunday at 2pm.

Cost of entry

Free, drinks provided for the opening evening. Materials will be provided for both workshops.

44 ASHDOWN CRESCENT

London
England, United Kingdom

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ODD SPACE at 44 Ashdown Crescent, Belsize Park, NW5 4QE opening Thursday 22 February from 6:30-8:30pm. The exhibition continues from Friday 23 until Sunday 25 February, (12-6pm) with free workshops on both Saturday and Sunday at 2pm.

About

Collaborating with 9 artists who work in a variety of mediums, ‘ODD SPACE’ is an organic show that has grown out of the desire to celebrate process and enable development in an informal environment.

Some of the artists are using this exhibition as an opportunity to show works in progress, whilst others are using this as a testing space to show supporting material that would not normally get exposure in a gallery context. Further still, some of the artists are proposing to create works within the space itself.

Keeping it unstructured 'ODD SPACE' will show works by the following artists;

Hannah Ford - (@invisiblenumbers) exhibiting & running a workshop on Sunday 25 February

Athene Greig - (@athenegreig)

Rebecca Hancock - (@beckyclairehan) exhibiting & running a workshop on Saturday 24 February

Pink Pal - (@pink.pal) exhibiting & running a workshop on Saturday 24 February

Kadie Salmon - (@kadiesalmon)

Anna FC Smith - (@annafcsmith)

Claire Undy - (@claire.undy)

Emily Vanns - (@emilyvanns)

Clicky White - (@clicky_white)

Join us for the following Free Workshops;

Saturday 24 February ‘Pink & Hancock Embroidery’ 2 - 5pm - 44 Ashdown Crescent, NW5 4QE

London based artist/sweet angel, Rebecca Hancock and Ur Local Pink Pal will be hosting a free embroidery workshop between 2-5pm. Everything will be supplied and you get to take your little creation home! If you wish, bring something to embroider, perhaps an old shirt, some favourite fabric or a pretty bow. Then enjoy the therapeutic benefits of making whilst @beckyclairehan and @pink.pal help you create something you’ll be proud of.

Sign up here to attend. Voluntary donations will be welcomed on the day.

(This workshop is open to ages 7yrs +. Each child must be accompanied by an adult. 1 ticket will admit 1 adult plus 1 child.)

Sunday 25 February ‘Rummage & Bolt Workshop’ 2 - 4pm - 44 Ashdown Crescent, NW5 4QE

Come and make a mini-banner with, textile artist, and co-founder of Invisible Numbers, Hannah Ford who is collaborating with Forest Recycling Project (FRP, who’s aim is to help communities live sustainably, both from an environmental and social perspective). Using post-production fabric re-purposed into her artwork, Hannah is currently working with volunteers to create a large 2.5m x 3m banner made up of 50cm2 panels. Each 'mini-banner' will have their own unique story to tell using fabric remnants donated to the Forest Recycling Project.

Be part of this project, enjoy the therapeutic benefits of making and create a mini-banner using simple appliqué sewing methods to sew reclaimed fabric shapes. You can take your mini-banner home, or donate it to the Forest Recycling Project's banner in the making.

Sign up here to attend. Voluntary donations will be welcomed on the day. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/hewing-wittare-15080535942

(This workshop is open to ages 7yrs +. Each child must be accompanied by an adult. 1 ticket will admit 1 adult plus 1 child.)   

This exhibition is kindly supported by Camden Council. 

Curators

HEWINGWITTARE

HEWINGWITTARE

Exhibiting artists

Hannah Ford

Anna FC Smith

Kadie Salmon

Clicky White

Athene Greig

Athene Greig

Rebecca Hancock

Pink Pal

Claire Undy

Emily Vanns

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