Posts made in April, 2014

Get Creative: Arts for All …. Read all about it!

Posted by on Apr 15, 2014 in News | Comments Off on Get Creative: Arts for All …. Read all about it!

The Get Creative Team from Homeless Link has just released an important influencing paper which articulates  the benefits of creative and cultural projects to make a case for greater investment. They have included key recommendations for commissioners, arts and cultural organisations and homelessness services encouraging them to appreciate the value of creative activities and act to increase opportunities for homeless people in their area. A copy of the document can be found on this link here, with some background information here. Cafe Art is both thrilled and humbled to be mentioned in the paper, alongside such great established organisations like Open...

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Ikea Art Exhibition: Did you choose the winning painting?

Posted by on Apr 6, 2014 in Exhibition, News | Comments Off on Ikea Art Exhibition: Did you choose the winning painting?

With nearly 250 written comments and almost 1,500 votes cast by the general public in a week, we have been overwhelmed by the positive support shown to the artists and their artworks at our recent 'Home is where the Art is' exhibition held at Ikea's flagship store in Wembley. We are pleased to inform you that the votes have been counted and we have the results for the top three favourite public paintings below. The exhibition was covered by a number of local newspapers, including GetWestLondon. But first, here are just some of the many public comments from our guest book: Fabulous exhibition and a great cause Incredible display of incredible...

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Pop Up Painting’s Cafe Art fundraiser: priceless!

Posted by on Apr 6, 2014 in News | Comments Off on Pop Up Painting’s Cafe Art fundraiser: priceless!

Cafe Art feels privileged to be on this journey as we have met many incredible people along the way. All of them selfless, generous and with a heart of gold. One of them is Phyllissa Shelton, founder of Pop-Up Painting, whom we met through a mutual friend, Atlantis Art. Their 'social painting sensation' events are led by trained artists who are experienced in both teaching and in the world of arts and leisure. Their mission - to unleash the creativity in you! And they definitely demonstrated that when they celebrated their first birthday at Brasserie Blanc at Southbank on Friday (4/4/14) at a special charity event to raise funds for Cafe Art. Together with clients,...

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