South London Women Artists at Asylum Chapel, Caroline Gardens Estate, London SE15 2SQ

 

Special Event     Thursday 08 Nov 5.30 – 8.30pm

Open                    Thursday 08 November 3pm – 8.30pm and 09 November 10am 8.30pm

 

 

Helen Adie | Christabel Beddoes | Maria Beddoes |Julie Bennett | Jackie Brown | Bushra Burge | Joan Byrne | Liz Charsley | Liz Dickson | Claire Dorey | Lucy Duke | Edori Fertig | Jo Gibbs | Jane Higginbottom | Kaori Homma | Ky Lewis | Jennifer Merrell | Laura Moreton-Griffiths | Emerald Mosley | Kalamun Nehar | Lesley O'Mara | Helen Peacock | Karen Piddington | Pia Randall-Goddard | Rachel Reid | Karen Smith | Lucky Soni | Paula Stevens-Hoare | Christine Thirlaway | Kim Thornton | Olivia Urquhart 

Celebrating ten years of South London Women Artists. The theme of the show references a recent article in The Independent referring to those now notorious words… ‘strong & stable’. Using a variety of media and often with humour and a touch of irony, member artists reflect on what these words mean to them.

Please find the article here: 

https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/brexit-state-negotiations-strong-stable-words-theresa-may-eu-uk-a8455176.html

Curated by Kim Thornton and Laura Moreton-Griffiths 

Address:

Asylum Chapel

Caroline Gardens Estate 

SE15 2SQ

Map:                         https://goo.gl/maps/YznGDyRUX1A2

Enquires to:        Kim Thornton or Laura Moreton-Griffiths at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

In collaboration with Gabriel Fine Art & Southbank Mosaics

DEATH & TRANSITION SPECIAL EVENT

The Crypt, St John's Church, 73 Waterloo Road, London SE1 8TY


Saturday 25 April 2015 2-6pm

 

DATPoets  DATSarahLloyd  DATBeata  cake

 

2.00pm Folk duo Sarah Lloyd & Ian Kennedy sing songs about death

2.15pm The Rye Poets read from their Death Collection

2.45pm Beata Kozlowska live performative drawing

3.15pm Sarah Lloyd & Ian Kennedy

3.30pm Death Cafe led by Compassionate Funerals

5.00pm Southbank Mosaics live art auction

 

Creating a dramatic, uplifting, poetical event from the theme of death; you will also find laughter and reflection, insight and provocation. Southbank Mosaics are the host, in collaboration with Gabriel Fine Art. Welcome to William Blake’s Lambeth ... and death is our theme. An afternoon of song with the folk duo Sarah Lloyd and Ian Kennedy, The Rye Poets will be reading from their Death Collection, SLWA artist Beata Kozlowska will be creating a performative drawing and tea and cake will follow with a special Death Cafe led by Compassionate Funerals. To end the daySouthbank Mosaics will be holding a live art auction.

 

This special event coincides with South London Women Artists Death and Transition exhibition at Gabriel Fine Art 17 April to 1 May 2015 Tuesday to Saturday 10am-6pm.

from left to right: Liz Charsley-Jory, Lucy Soni, Laura Moreton-Griffiths, Pia Randall-Goddard

Curators of 'The Dinner Party' : Julie Bennett, Laura Moreton-Griffiths, Leonie Cronin, Lucy Soni

 

Congratulations to the SAFTAs 2013 winners! South London Women Artists (SLWA) 'The Dinner Party' for Visual ArtsThe Leathermarket Community Project for Best Community Arts Project; CoolTan Arts for Celebrating Diversity; Winsome Duncan for Emerging Talent; Blue Elephant Theatre for Performing Arts;  Roger Williams for Literature; Corsica Studios for Music and Teresa Early for Arts Champion.

After an exciting Awards Ceremony, our guests enjoyed a beautiful performance by Zoe Devlin, Ronny Scotts headliner and recent XFactor contestant and relished the delicious Malasyan food provided by Nolias11.


SAFTAs 

Tuesday 29th October, 6.30pm – 9.30pm


NOLIAS 11

56 Stamford Street London, SE1 9LX

 

 

The SAFTA Award

 

 

The Dinner Party, Tanner Street SE1 - Installation Shot

 

PRESS RELEASE

 

March is International Women’s Month and South London Women Artists is pleased to announce three special exhibitions in and around South London to celebrate.

 

    

TENDER  

South London Women Artists group show at the Stephen Lawrence Centre

39 Brookmill Road, London SE8 4HU

04-28 March 2013

 

Image © Catherine Hollens

 

SLWA is proud to exhibit at the award-winning centre during the Stephen Lawrence Centre Women’s Week. Specially commissioned works on paper will be on show and all available to buy, with 50% of the sales revenue to be donated to the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust. The exhibition is in the drop-in gallery located in the foyer, during the centre’s regular opening hours.

An entire week’s activities are programmed to take place 4 – 8 March. Doreen Lawrence has extended a personal invitation to everyone to attend the free events, including workshops, pampering sessions, lectures, advice sessions and the Women’s Awards 2013.

Tender: ‘A vessel employed to attend other vessels, to supply them with provisions and other stores, to convey intelligence, or the like.’

Private view: Tuesday 05 March 2013. 6 - 8 pm

The Tender exhibition continues until 28 March.

 

To donate to the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust text the word ‘SLCT20’ followed by the amount E.g. ‘SLCT20 £10’ to 70070

For more information please go to www.stephenlawrence.org.uk/womens-week-2013 

For press enquiries, please contact SLWA direct by emailing: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

  

 

 wow

 SLWA WoW Postcard Exhibition

South London Women Artists group show at the Women of the World Festival

Royal Festival Hall, Southbank SE1

08-10 March 2013

 

SLWA celebrates International Women's Day promoting the creativity of its members and the power and intelligence of women. In art history women artists are little known and underrepresented. Throughout the WoW weekend, SLWA artists are available to talk about the work SLWA does to create opportunity for its artists to critically engage with their work and bring their work to new, and wider audiences, raising its artists’ individual profiles and public knowledge of the role of women artists in society. 

 

WOW includes a diverse programme of keynote speakers, performances, concerts, talks, gigs, debates, free music, a marketplace, exhibitions, workshops, speed-mentoring, networking opportunities and more. Friday is a day focussed on business and policy making, and Saturday and Sunday cover all sorts of subjects from hair and beauty, politics, men and feminism, sport and sex. 

Find the SLWA Postcard Exhibition next to the Clore Ballroom in The WOW Market Place, alongside other invited stalls: providing information, raising awareness, showcasing work and selling beautiful handmade objects and goods. 

Admission to the market is free and many of the events in the foyer are also free.

Friday 08, Saturday 09 and Sunday 10 March 2013. 10am to 6pm

 

For tickets and more information, please go to www.southbankcentre.co.uk/women-of-the-world

 

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I’M INSIDE, RING THE BELL! 

47/49 Tanner Street, SE1

15-17 March 2013

 

Curated by Julie Bennett, Leonie Cronin, Laura Moreton-Griffiths and Lucy Soni

 

Continuing the International Women’s Month celebrations, SLWA is working with 4749 Tanner Street to exhibit a major new collaborative work about women of importance - a contemporized interpretation of Judy Chicago’s The Dinner Party.

 

‘how many women had struggled into prominence or been able to make their ideas known - sometimes in the face of overwhelming obstacles - only (like the women on the table) to have their hard earned achievements marginalized or erased’.

Judy Chicago

 

The exhibition is part of the weekend festival at 4749 Tanner Street. Expect live music, a performance by The Purple Ladies, a radical all women cabaret group and an evening of standup with 5 comics: 4 women and a token male.

 

Friday 15, Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 March 2013. 11 – 6pm

 

Admission to I’m Inside, Ring The Bell! is free. Tanner Street performances are ticketed events.

 

Please go to the website for further details: www.4749tannerstreet.com

 

 

 

For more information about South London Women Artists go to www.southlondonwomenartists.co.uk

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130 artworks have been hung alongside sculptures and 3-D work in the group SLWA exhibition snap! 

 

We are launching a new academic diary showcasing women artists, which will be for sale on the private view Wednesday 2nd May, 2012 - 6.30 to 9.00 pm at Bankside, 48 Hopton Street, London SE1 9JH.

 
We are listed in various publications - please click on the links below to read the full articles :