09Sep By Yeukai Taruvinga23 September 2022Uncategorized Horizon Lines – Launch 8 October Please join us on 8th October 2022 to kick off a month-long celebration of collective community creativity as we present an exhibition, art market and public programme featuring new work by twelve Bexley-based artists. Following a six-month creative mentoring programme designed to support a group of local, non-professional artists from global majority backgrounds to connect, care, create and share their everyday creative practices with each other and the wider community, the free exhibition featuring painting, photography, ceramics, textiles, print and wig-making, will open to the public this October at 68 Pier Rd in Erith Exhibiting artists are Nichelle Naik, Achiaa Adusei, Audrey Nyemi-Tei, Janet, Ayodele Windele, Joan Spence, Nadia Halliday, Waheed Adeniran, Carolyn Long, Pamela Karimazondo, Victoria Adewusi and Ruth Alozie. Developed collaboratively by Three Rivers, Active Horizons and T A P E Collective, the project has supported the group to develop their creative practice working with high-profile professional artists, musicians and architects including Venus Bushfires, Skin Deep, Reman Sadani, Valerie Hong, and Resolve Collective. Horizon Lines is commissioned by Three Rivers, produced by Active Horizons and T A P E Collective, and is supported by Arts Council England, Peabody, Orbit and London Borough of Bexley. We are so excited about this project and can’t wait to show you what everyone has been up to. WHERE: 68 Pier Road 68 Pier Rd Erith DA8 1BA. LAUNCH: 12-5pm on Saturday 8th October. The exhibition will be open to the public 13 – 15 October, 20 – 22 October, and 27 – 29 October. Including the following events: 15 October – Arts Market and Meet the Artist 22 October – Sustainability Workshop 29 October – After Hours’ short film screening curated with Invisible Women.