Exodus. Acrylic on canvas.40 x40cm Death By Moonlight. Acrylic on canvas. 40 x 40cm.
Source: S O S Exodus
Here are some of the art works available at the auction… * 21st November 2016 -7.30 pm- Queen’s Arms Pub, Orford Rd, Walthamstow E17 9NJ* Please see individual images for artist details…
Source: the catalogue…
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Sunday 8th January 12.30pm to 3pm New Year Health Kick
Looking for ideas to kick start your new year? Beat the January blues with Tamara Tahhan as she shares her seasonal tips for making delicious salads, hearty soups and super smoothies.
Sunday 22nd January 12.30pm to 3pm Fifteen Minute Meals: Dinner Make-Over
Want to learn how to make more nutritious and exciting versions of classic British dishes? MIH’s very own Andi Gaywood will reveal all.
Sunday 5th February 12.30pm to 3pm A Tour of Asia – Local Style
Asian cuisine enthusiast Rachelle Cousinea takes you on a mini tour of Asia and shows you how to whip up traditional dishes from Vietnam, Thailand and Japan, using seasonal ingredients.
Sunday 19th February 12.30pm to 3pm Eat Like a Yogi
Yoga practitoner Fiona Law explains the principles of an ayurvedic diet, eating for your body type and helps you create delicious recipes using pulses and spices to aid digestion.
Sunday 5th March 12.30pm to 3pm Healthy Treats
Find yourself craving for junk food in between meals? Natural Chef Anoushka will show you how to make wholesome and healthy treats to sustain you throughout the day.
Sunday 19th March 12.30pm to 3pm The Smart Italian
Italian food doesn’t have to be all about processed carbs. It can be nutritious, seasonal and filling too. Carolina Stupino will show you how.
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Mon 21st Nov free 7.30 Auction of art and craft at The Queens Arms E17 for Refugees from Calais
Tues 22nd Nov free 6-8pm The Mill E17
“An exhibition of artist proposals for street art in St James Street Area
Artists have been researching and developing ideas of what could be done to enhance various walls around the St James Street Area. On the evening of 22nd November 2016 pop along to The Mill between 6pm-8pm to see a display of their ideas and leave your thoughts. This is a St James St Big Local initiative. “
Thurs 24th Nov free 11-1pm art workshop at the Claremont Project, Angel Islington for Movement and Migration exhibition in December.(Members only but just join on the spot. It’s free)
free 10-noon Mary Katherine Presents at East London Radio
Fri 25th Nov free 2.30-4pm Art workshop at Leytonstone Library. Collage and memories.
free 6pm Stratford Library E15 free screening
“The Theory of Everything” . Nibbles free too.
Wed 30th Nov free 7.30-9pm Embroidery Monthly meet at 6 Central Parade E17 (time changed)
Fri 4 Nov free
6:30pm to 8:30pm Stone Space Gallery E11 by library
Tues 15th Nov £1 for The Mill. 10-1pm Hilary’s Tuesday’s Sociable Sewing.
Sat 19th Nov free 11-2pm. CreativiTEA at Hale End Library , Art workshop.
Mon 21st Nov free evening. Queens Arms pub Orford Road E17 in the Village. Art and Craft auction for Calais Refugees.
What: Exhibition by artists Harrison Moore & Terence Wilde
When: 11 Nov – 02 Dec, 2016
Where: Window Gallery 4, Central Saint Martins, Granary Building, 1 Granary Square, King’s Cross, N1C 4AA
Shared Insight: A collaborative exhibition.
Shared Insight showcases the work of Harrison Moore, a Central Saint Martins Fine Art Graduate, and Terence Wilde, an artist associated with Outside In.
Harrison and Terence worked together in partnership as part of a four-month residency at Kentish Town Health Centre earlier this year, where they were exploring shared insights of what it means to be artists working in contemporary London.
This exhibition, and accompanying booklet, shows one of their films and its scripts, as well as photographs and artworks created together.
For more information on the residency and previous exhibition, click here.
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Below is a letter sent to the Mayor of London regarding the proposed loss of land in Waltham Forest. Contact him with your own views: email@example.com
Dear Mayor of London and GLA Members,
I am writing on behalf of Save Lea Marshes, a community group that exists to protect open green space in the Lee Valley. I would like to ask you if you are aware of the proposals to enclose two large areas of protected Metropolitan Open Land in Waltham Forest?
I know that you have all made pledges to protect M.O.L. and Green Belt in London so I expect that you will regard the following proposals with concern and will therefore make objections to them on that basis:
The current Thames Water depot site on Lea Bridge Road, which is on the border of Hackney and…
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