Huddle Winter Art Collection
This art show is on the 4th Floor at 3 Shortlands, W6 8DA.
It is already open, but local artists are still invited to participate.
Contact Wilfred Woolf at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
As a community of artists we aim to alert our members to opportunities to exhibit and sell your works in a variety of venues and markets. Members can group together to take on responsibility for running the markets, such as North End Road and the Parsons Green Fair. These activities have been interrupted by the Covid-19 crisis, but we hope they will be able to resume next year.
North End Road Open Markets:
The council are increasingly setting the North End Road into a free-from-traffic zone on quarterly days throughout the year: March, June, September & December. (We are awaiting confirmation of dates.) We ask our Scholars to help organise and run what can be a double stall with awning under SoFAP’s banner. This is ideal for smaller artworks at less than £100, cards, and other little items. Christmas is the best turnout where 10,000 people come along. To make it work we need at least 6 members, and you have to be there to look after the stall – as this is a team effort. If you are interested, please contact Lucy Strathon by email (email@example.com).
Parsons Green Fair – usually the first Saturday in July
Another opportunity for members who are interested to join forces, take advantage of SoFAP’s awning, and create a stall usually in the wonderful sunshine in July. Sadly, it was cancelled for 2020 but we hope it will take place again in 2021. This is a buzzy event, and similar to the NER market is ideal for small, good value art works, ceramics and cards. If you are interested please contact Lucy Strathon by email.
Ad Lib Events
Several SoFAP members have had art exhibited in the Pop-Up Gallery run by Ad Lib Events opposite the Library. As well as paintings and prints, the venue sells Christmas wreaths, ceramics, jewellery, bags, hats, rugs, cushions and other accessories. Exhibitions are open late on Thursdays, when wine is available for visitors.
They are interested in work by ceramicists, and also paintings, prints and browser items, so if you would like to be considered for exhibition you should send images of your artwork (or a link to your website) to Dylan Roberts at firstname.lastname@example.org. There is a charge for exhibiting.
More information is available on their website: www.adlib-events.com.
Ad Lib Gallery & Boutique, 725 Fulham Road, SW6 5UL
Posk Gallery in the Polish Centre (238-246 King Street W60RF), 0208 742 6430, could be a good venue for a solo or combined exhibition.
If you know of other venues and markets, please send details to any committee member so we can share the details for everyone.