Metroland Cultures presents Making The Room Sing, a commission by artists Amanda Camenisch and Therese Westin developed in collaboration with a group of women from the Asian Women’s Resource Centre (AWRC) based in Harlesden, Brent.
Metroland Cohort: Peer-to-Peer, our new bi-annual artist support programme. This ten-session group learning programme and bursary aims to support artists to sustain and grow their practice, while simultaneously encouraging them to become part of the wider creative ecology of Metroland Cultures and the borough of Brent.
ActionSpace, London’s leading development agency for artists with learning disabilities, presents an exhibition of work by artists from their Brent studio in Barham Park. Visit the exhibition at The Kiln Theatre, Kilburn between 22 July – 13 August only!
Harlesden High Street presents ‘Dub Inna Babylon’, a group exhibition reflecting on the cultural and aesthetic legacies of music in Harlesden. Visit ‘Dub Inna Babylon’ between 21st July – 11th September only.
Artist Kamile Ofoeme has produced a series of new text and image works, to be presented across four billboards in Brent and Clapham.
Artist, Art Director and Fashion Stylist Theo White presents The Dolls, two newly-commissioned portraits installed on high-street billboards in partnership with BuildHollywood and Studio Voltaire.
Brent-based ActionSpace artist Jorell Bonnick presents a new billboard commission in partnership with BuildHollywood and Studio Voltaire.
Artist Sadia Pineda Hameed presents four billboard artworks as part of her commission, featuring interconnected conversations that bring together moments of recognition and rupture between languages, cultures and generations.
Sarah Rose’s ‘An Open Letter of Many Replies’ at Roundwood Park, Harlesden, considers the permeability of borders and the queer ecologies that thive beneath, between and through enclosure.
Artist, illustrator and zine-maker Mohammed Zaahidur Rahman’s commissioned series of paintings, titled ‘Unfurnished’, is both a visual folk history and a dreamscape of migrants making homes in Britain.