From 7-8 June, 2019, Buzz from the Bush and the Frestonian Gallery will come together in an exciting collaboration of prints venerating Frestonia and its surrounding artistic history. Come and see come see photography, prints and poetry inspired by the Shepherd's Bush squatters who in 1977 declared themselves an independent state - right where it happened!
Austin Forum is delighted to exhibit Color Motet, inspired by the musical composition - or motet - Spem in Alium (“In No Other Is My Hope”). The video installation is a work by Mark Dean, artist and Anglican priest. Projected onto Julian Stair’s monumental altar at St Augustine’s Catholic Church in Hammersmith, the work continues the artist’s exploration in recent years of the liturgical potential of his work.
Exhibition: Thursday to Sunday, 6 to 16 June, 1pm-6pm. Artists Talk: Saturday 8 June, 4pm-6pm
Central Space Gallery
MARGINAL - photography exhibition
History unfolds with stories being told, some of these remain at the margins. MARGINAL is a photography exhibition that draws attention and brings people to focus on the stories of social, political and human relevance happening in parallel, alongside and/or hidden from mainstream narratives. Curated by Cinzia D'Ambrosi, photojournalist.
Wednesday 5 and Friday 7 June, 9.45am, 10.30am and 11.30am
Music House for Children
Bring a Record / Reggae Heritage Exhibition
BassCultureUK are bringing parts of their amazing exhibition about Jamaican music in London and UK to West London's most legendary record shop Peckings. Drop in to see pictures, posters and flyers on display AND come and share your own connection!
Open throughout the festival, 1 - 9 June, 9am - 6pm
The Masbro Centre
Hammersmith United Charities - Artists in Residence
This year Hammersmith United Charities partners up with Pekoe Mellow Tea House in beautiful Brackenbury Village for an art exhibition! Join them for a cup of tea and enjoy the colourful world of local artists.