The second edition of the Brent Biennial, In the House of my Love, will bring together artists and community groups whose works explore the many meanings of homemaking.
Download a digital copy of our guide to the Brent Biennial 2022.
Across the Brent Biennial commissions and public programme we will be providing a range of access components for visitors, including an accessible route for all our venues.
Visit 'I Carry It With Me Everywhere' at Design Works in Harlesden.
Visit Araeen's 'Reading Room' at Metroland Studios.
Visit Baczynski-Jenkins' film, 'You are a guest now', at The Arches, Kilburn.
Visit Bellantoni's 'You have any peace for me? CRY' at Metroland Studios, Kilburn.
Visit 'Growing Up B[r]ent' at The Library at the Library at Willesden Green
Visit Disya Dancehall at 2c Maygrove Road, Kilburn
Visit Proposal for a House Museum of an Unknown Crying Man at Metroland Studios, Kilburn
Visit 'Fi Dem I-V' at Newman Catholic College, Harlesden.
Visit 'In Counter Harmony' at The Tin Tabernacle, Kilburn
Visit 'darning and other times' at St Matthew’s Church, Willesden.
Visit Unfurnished at Kingsgate Project Space, Kilburn.
Visit 'An Open Letter of Many Replies' at Roundwood Park, Harlesden.
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.
Metroland Cohort: Peer-to-Peer is 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.