Exhibition

A Night to Remember!

Posted by on Feb 28, 2014 in Exhibition, News | Comments Off on A Night to Remember!

We can finally unveil to all you Londoners out there our first exhibition for the artists for 2014. Like all our previous exhibitions, it's a celebration of art created by artists not from one single homelessness organisation, but all your favourite ones. In fact, eleven of them and all under one roof! And this is no ordinary roof.  The artists are really thrilled and excited that their works are honoured alongside the 10th anniversary celebration of Allen & Overy's flagship global community arts programme, Artbeat. Launched in 2003, it uses art as a vehicle through which to inspire, engage and increase the confidence of young people. (Right up our street...

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Something’s happening ……

Posted by on Feb 22, 2014 in Exhibition, News | Comments Off on Something’s happening ……

Cafe Art has been busy this weekend installing a very special exhibition for all you Londoners out there. It's still under wraps, but we can safely tell you that, again, like all our our exhibitions, it celebrates the work of artists supported by all these amazing homelessness organisations - 240 Project, BCHA, Broadway London, C4WS Homeless Project, Crisis, Holy Cross Trust, One Support, Providence Row, St Mungo's , SHP and Wyntham Hall. Where else can you find an exhibition so varied, so colourful, so dynamic and all under one roof! And this is no ordinary roof, because it belongs to one of London's leading legal firms in the City. The Private View will be...

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A Tale of Two Cities exhibition @ Southwark Cathedral

Posted by on Jan 6, 2014 in Exhibition, News | Comments Off on A Tale of Two Cities exhibition @ Southwark Cathedral

A Tale of Two Cities exhibition @ Southwark Cathedral

This special exhibition of paintings and works on paper were created by people in both London and New York. The program they are a part of is fresh art in New York, and Cafe Art in London. freshart (www.freshartnyc.org), a non profit organization founded in New York in 1999, creates artistic & personal development opportunities for disadvantaged and underserved adults in New York City through fine art exhibitions and workshops. The individuals fresh art serves are seniors, people with mental, emotional and physical disabilities, HIV-AIDS, in long term recovery from chemical dependencies and homelessness. In cafes around London, Cafe Art...

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Art at WPF exhibitions

Posted by on Oct 1, 2012 in Exhibition, News | Comments Off on Art at WPF exhibitions

Art at WPF exhibitions

An opportunity for artists to exhibit, promote and sell their art in a controlled environment visited by 500+ people every week for approximately 6 months When: On now until March 2013 Where: WPF Therapy, 23 Magdalen Street, London SE1 2EN near London Bridge station Website: www.wpf.org.uk How to view: The exhibition can be viewed by appointment. Please contact Lykke Leszczynski, Director of HR & Partnerships, on Lykke.Leszczynski@wpf.org.uk or 020 7378 2033 to arrange a viewing A majority of the artworks from the recent 'Without Walls' exhibition, together with new ones(!), can now be viewed at this special exhibition space. So if you missed it the first...

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Without Walls

Posted by on Aug 1, 2012 in Exhibition, News | Comments Off on Without Walls

Without Walls

WITHOUT WALLS - an exhibition of art by people who are, or have been, homeless When: Public View Mon 6 - Thurs 30 August 2012 (Private View Wed 8 August) Where: Foyer of The Guardian, 90 York Way, Kings Cross. Open: 10am - 6pm, free The exhibition is being hosted by The Guardian in partnership with homelessness charity St Mungo's and community arts projects Homeless Diamonds and Cafe Art. The curatorial team was led by Mark, a former St Mungo's resident, who initiated the project and gave it its title. To find out more about this amazing new exhibition, check out the St Mungo's blog here.  We shall be uploading a special page showcasing these wonderful...

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