29aprAll Day05sepExhibition: Future VisionsSixteen local artists explore what hope and kindness in our community looks like now and for the future
This new and ambitious project led by CPP Hounslow brings together Hounslow’s local artists to send a message that imagination, hope, and kindness are not cancelled, even in
This new and ambitious project led by CPP Hounslow brings together Hounslow’s local artists to send a message that imagination, hope, and kindness are not cancelled, even in difficult times.
The exhibition is full of bright, bold, uplifting work representing the artists’ hope for the future of our community.
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The exhibition highlights the positive impact art can have on health and wellbeing, and reinvigorating the high street with art!
Curated by members of the local community with support from CPP Hounslow, we want to give everyone the opportunity to experience the incredible wealth of artistic talent in our local area.
The artists featured are:
Connie Mae Jones, Daniel Silas, Daniela Torres, Dorota Watson & Isabel Wojciechowska-Watson, Eva Joy Lawrence, Gerald Curtis, William Kherbek & Claire Zakiewicz, Giacomo Giannelli, Gursharan Kaur, Gwen Shabka, Krystle Patel, Miguel Galue Piqueras, Peter Bennett, Pola Williams, Simon Hanna, Simrah Riaz and Sonia Gill
This project is supported by London Borough of Hounslow Council, the Creative Enterprise Zone/Mayor of London, Creative Enterprise West, Creative People and Places Hounslow with support from Watermans, The Treaty Centre and Boomerang Media.
April 29 (Friday) - September 5 (Monday)
73 Salisbury Road, Hounslow TW4 7NW
Creative People and Places HounslowCreative People & Places Hounslow is part of Arts Council England’s national investment in engaging new audiences in the arts, in areas where there is little or no access to arts and culture. In Hounslow, the approach has been to work from the grass roots up with the vision of creating a confident, colourful and creative Hounslow. Watermans leads the Creative People & Places consortium in Hounslow.