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Saturday 10 September 2022

Beyond by Metroland Young Associates

Join us on Saturday 10 September for the closing event for the Brent Biennial, a day of celebration involving music, carboot, talks, workshop and art created and produced by the Metroland Young Associates.

Metroland Studio 91 Kilburn
Square London NW6 6PS

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Exhibition bus tour
Sunday 4 September,

Exhibition bus tour and book launch of Mahmoud Khaled’s Proposal for a House Museum of an Unknown Crying Man

Join us for a bus tour of Mahmoud Khaled’s two London exhibitions, at Metroland Studios and Mosaic Rooms. This relaxed tour includes an optional bus shuttle from Brent to Mosaic Rooms in Kensington and back to Brent, with refreshments included.

Metroland Studio; Brent Biennial 2022 Visitors Hub
91 Kilburn Square

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Tuesday 6 September
11AM- 7PM

Pajaki making workshop for teenagers and adults

Join artists Katarzyna Perlak and Karolina Merska for a Pajaki making workshop (pronounced pah-yonk-ee, meaning ‘spiders’ in Polish). During this workshop, Katarzyna and Karolina will teach you how to create a structure decorated with five traditional ‘kalinka’ pom poms to take home with you.

St Matthew’s Church,
St Mary’s Road,
NW10 4AU

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Growing up B(r)ent thumb
Saturday 3 September, 12-3PM for Archival drop-ins; 3-5PM: Discussion and sharing.

Gaps in the Archive: A day of events telling the LGBT+ (hi)story of Brent

Come along to the Library at Willesden Green and contribute to the Queer history of Brent by sharing your LGBTQAI+ memories and memorabilia. Participate in drop-in sessions or take part in the discussion around the queer experience of living in Brent.

Performance Space, The Library at Willesden Green, 95 High Road, London, NW10 2SF

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Audio-Description Tour: Rebecca Bellantoni
Thursday 30 August, 2PM BST

Audio-Description Tour: Rebecca Bellantoni

Join Assistant Curator Kit Edwards and Audio-Describer ​​Shivaangee Agrawal for an audio-description tour of Rebecca Bellantoni’s film installation You have any peace for me? CRY.

Online (Zoom)

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Friday 26 August

Making home: A community listening conversation – Kilburn

Making Home: A series of community listening conversations – visiting works by Shenece Oretha and Mohammed Zaahidur Rahman in Kilburn.

Tin Tabernacle
12–16 Cambridge Avenue
North Maida Vale

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Children’s Activity: Assemble Play

The Playworkers at Assemble Play aim to create an environment where visiting children can play freely, supporting behaviour that is freely chosen and personally directed.

Kilburn Grange Park Children’s Play Area, 110 Kingsgate Road, London, NW6 2JG

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