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Lacey Contemporary - Ross M. Brown

New Notting Hill gallery, Lacey Contemporary, opens 9th October

An exciting new art gallery, Lacey Contemporary, is to open in Notting Hill next month on 9th October, with its inaugural exhibition Processed Space showcasing the works of three outstanding young British painters. Located right in the heart of Clarendon Cross, Lacey Contemporary aims to promote an ethos of nurturing and fostering relationships with its cutting-edge [...]

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Book and Kitchen - Poster After Life

Book and Kitchen events in September

One of Notting Hill’s finest bookstores, Book & Kitchen, has a couple of exciting events lined up for September! First up, a ten-week masterclass in children’s picture book writing and illustration starts that month, taught by Dr Karenanne Knight. Starting on Monday 15th September, the course is perfect for anyone that’s got an idea for a children’s [...]

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Notting Hill Mayfest 2014

Notting Hill Mayfest 2014 is nearly here!

As we edge ever closer to the fifth month of the year and to proper, glorious spring, we’re also soon to see the latest edition of the Notting Hill Mayfest! This month-long cultural festival will once again host a number of exciting events, from music and opera to talks, art, cinema and kid’s activities, which [...]

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Portraits Day - IMPREINT

Portraits Day a big success in Notting Hill…and around the world!

Last Saturday, 1st March saw the second Portraits Day take place in Notting Hill – and in many other places around the world too! Artist IMPREINT and his team took to the streets of W11 during the afternoon to take photographs of people holding a balloon – with many of these photos then printed off [...]

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Welcome to the Material Mind

Welcome to the Material Mind exhibition at Great Western Studios, 25th April – 1st May

Great Western Studios will be hosting the Welcome to the Material Mind exhibition at the end of April, showcasing work from five of the finest craftsmen of functional art and furniture – David Gates, Alun Heslop (chaircreative), Ian Spencer (Yard Sale Project), Charlie Whinney and Simon Yates. The exhibition will explore functional sculptural form for [...]

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