Friday 15th July 6-9pm Inviting all SLWA and supporters -Come and join us at Blackwater Court for our SLWA summer celebration A chance to catch up on all the news with fellow members and friends and see the show curated by Laura Moreton- Griffiths. Be inspired to get together with other SLWA and organise your own exhibition.

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This year’s Dulwich Festival Artists’ Open House will see South London Women Artists (SLWA) accounting for around one fifth of the participating artists. With in excess of 40 SLWA members showing work in and around Dulwich the organisation will be represented in force.

The Artists’ Open House takes place on two consecutive weekends during the Dulwich Festival, 7-8 May and 14-15 May 2011. Visitors can expect to find a variety of work including painting, photography, sculpture, print, installations and film displayed in homes, studios, workshops, churches and other intriguing venues. There will be two large groups of SLWA members exhibiting at Blackwater Court in East Dulwich and another group at All Saints Church, Rosendale Road, West Dulwich. Full details of all SLWA locations can be found in the Artists’ Open House catalogue and a special bookmark lists where SLWA members’ work can be found.

South London Women Artists aims to celebrate and promote female artists through its inspirational online portfolio at It now has a membership of over 100 artists, a successful track record of exhibiting and a growing reputation for community projects with local schools.

For more information and images contact:

Kim Thornton at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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SLWA - Independent Curating.

Talk & presentation by Sarah Sparkes.

Wed 18 May 6.30 -8.30 pm.

Upstairs room at Dulwich Library

£5 SLWA members and friends £8 non-members

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Private View THURSDAY 3 March 8 – 10pm
The selection panel have chosen the work for the show. Artists, Nicky Hirst and Sarah Sparkes (Curator) and Lily Harris, Head of Development at Dulwich Picture Gallery were impressed by the quality of work submitted. And they were enthusiastic about the theme in the context of a library.Libraries are now under threat, so regular shows at Dulwich Library are especially timely. The panel like the idea of accompanying text as they felt it further enhanced the connection between visual art and the written word.

Please use the private view invitation above to come and see this show and invite all your contacts.

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