Please sign up for workshops for up to 10 people at 12.30pm and 2.30pm
WEAVE YOUR OWN RECYCLED FABRIC!
Saturday 10th March
Construction Gallery invites you to spend the afternoon at our exciting 3 month pop-up gallery with our resident artist Egle Vaituleviciute. Having recently returned from India, where she spent seven weeks delivering an exciting textile/ fashion project, this creative workshop will enable you to work with the artist to create your own piece of work responding her work and ideas.
Sign up for a session from 3.30pm
Suitable for all ages but under 10s should be accompanied by an adult.
Workshop at Construction Gallery, 72-80 Upper Tooting Road, London, SW17 7PB
For more information or to book a session, email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Come along to Construction Gallery for an extraordinary evening of dancing yoga suffragettes, Jonathan Trayner will erect his flag dedicating Construction Gallery as a Temporary Autonomous Zone, BBKP will host all sorts of playful Big Wheel shenanigans with their installation, Matthew James Kay’s mountain will be on display nestled in the project space, beautiful paintings by Yasuhiro Onishi, video by Bronwen Buckerage, and sound by Helena Wee.
Having got his motley crew together in the writer’s room last week, this week James Yule will be exhibiting his work: The Origin of A ft. Peter Piontek and Aubrey Dumonde
From the innovations of Construction Gallery to the aspirations of the aesthetes concerned with the uncovering of culture, the A is for Art movement of the late 00s fashioned its own visual and auditory underground in Tooting. Aesthetes of ‘A’ enlightened residents in the London Borough of Wandsworth, restoring a sense of community. James Yule presents a radio documentary on The Origin of A, featuring interviews with Peter Piontek and Aubrey Dumonde. Yule, Piontek and Dumonde are alumni of Wimbledon College of Art and Curatorial Consultants of the Continental Operations Gallery.