The nu view

22nd February – 1st March
Friday 22nd February 18:00 – 21:00
The Tea Factory 104 Endwell Rd SE4 2LX

Laura Burke writes:

Together with other students from Farnham, as well as two London based artists, I will be exhibiting in Brockley from Next Friday 22nd. We are twelve contemporary artists at different stages of our careers, exploring a range of themes and mediums. Our aim was to create a show that has a strong sense of the interdisciplinary at its heart, a recognition that different people are dealing in different disciplines.

We found the Tea factory through an organisation called somewhereto, who organise free spaces for young people aged between 16-25. By contacting them and asking if they had anywhere suitable for an exhibition, I was put in touch with Julia who manages the space next to their architects firm. It's a lovely little space, in a great area of London, so was perfect for our exhibition.


Robert said...

Sounds great - good to see the Tea Factory used again as a gallery. Is there a private view?

Brockley Nick said...

It's all technically a private view, but I think anyone can go.

Anne said...

 Robert will be most welcome to view the paintings in room 104. We run the space from green tea architects next door and have had quite a few young people use it since we became involved in somewhereto...It is also being used as a venue during the next Telegraph Hill Festival on 5th march for a Spirited Bodies Life modelling workshop. During the working day we use it as our meeting space and once a month offer life drawing sessions there. The next life drawing events are this Thursday ( 21st February) and Thursday 21st March at 6.15 and 7.15 - donations to save the Children Fund.

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