Cafe Gallery

Cafe Gallery
Projects
centre of Southwark Park
Southwark
London
Greater London
SE16 2UA
England

Website

www.cgplondon.org

E-mail

admin@cgplondon.org

Telephone

020 7237 1230

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Cafe Gallery garden and allotment.
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Former park cafe refurbished by the Bermondsey Artists' Group (Est.1984) to provide a purpose built art gallery and educational facility within Southwark Park.

Venue Type:

Gallery

Opening hours

April - September - 12am - 6pm
October - March - 11am - 4pm
Wed - Sun

Closed: Mon Tues

Admission charges

FREE ADMISSION

Additional info

The gallery provides good physical access and facilities, however if you have any particular access requirements please contact the gallery before your visit. Assistance dogs welcome.Full disabled access.

Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.
Royal College of Arts, Printmaking, exhibition, south london, mixed media

OBJECTS OF

  • 6 — 8 March 2015

Katja Angeli | Eden Barrena | Gloria Ceballos | Ho-Jun Choi | Daniel Clark | Susan Eyre | Kate Fahey | Meg Ferguson | Amy Gear | Sarah Gillet | Peter Glasgow | Georgia Harris | Masaharu Imamiya | Yucheng Ji | Maito Jobbe Duval | Hyemi Kim | Eva Lerche-Lerchenborg | Kineret Lourie | Robert Miles | Scarlet Mueller | Jennifer Price | Jilly Roberts | Julie Roch-Cuerrier | Meiyi Wang | Amanda Wieczorek

The opportunity for students on the MA Printmaking course to curate and present their work at Cafe Gallery is invaluable for their creative development. Giving artists space to make and present work in a gallery which supports experimentation is a vital part of the Royal College of Art professional practice program. The group discussions which take place in the shows with invited critics and artists are a significant event in our calendar, and give the participants exposure to critical debate in a public space.

Professor Jo Stockham, Royal College of Art.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Free

Website

http://www.cgplondon.org

RCA, PRINTMAKING, SOUTH LONDON, EXHIBITION, STUDENTS

BOXED OUT

  • 14 — 15 March 2015 11am-4pm

Nils Alix-Tabeling | Randy Bretzin | James Bullimore | Kristina Chan | Qiaoxi Chen | Amy Cornfield | Gianluca Craca | Astrid de Broqueville | Jake Garfield | Shivangi Ladha | Mayra Ganzinotti | Susannah Stark | Mollie Tearne | Emma-Jane Whitton | Fei Fei Yu | Egle Pernaraviciute

The opportunity for students on the MA Printmaking course to curate and present their work at Cafe Gallery is invaluable for their creative development. Giving artists space to make and present work in a gallery which supports experimentation is a vital part of the Royal College of Art professional practice program. The group discussions which take place in the shows with invited critics and artists are a significant event in our calendar, and give the participants exposure to critical debate in a public space.

Professor Jo Stockham, Royal College of Art.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Website

http://www.cgplondon.org

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