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WE ARE IN THE PROCESS OF MOVING:
Learning Disability Experience
RAW: The Art of War
Drinks and Snacks will be served
EARLY OPENING: 6 March 3-5pm
Vestry House Museum, 11 Vestry Road, London, E17 9NH
Community Groups exploring the idea of conflict in its widest sense and responding to the centenary of World War 1. Learning Disability Experience visited the World War 1 memorial exhibitions at Vestry House Museum and the Tower of London and are working on artwork in response to these visits. They have also incorporated their own personal memories and reflections from those they knew whom lived through the Great War and its impact on their lives. They are delighted to have artwork from Community Day Services, Waltham Forest whom have been working on an animation based on the loss of a friend and Kunstwerkstatt der Lebenshilfe Berlin, Germany whom are coming to the opening party and currently working on a series of monoprints for the exhibition.
Founded in 1964, Learning Disability Experience [LDX], formerly known as Waltham Forest Mencap, is a registered charity and well-established organisation providing holistic outcome based opportunities for children, young people and adults with learning disabilities and other disabilities. Inky Cuttlefish Studios has been working with LDX since 2007 to deliver creative community engagement projects that are inclusive and aim to inspire confidence, sense of self-worth and celebrate the ability of art and printmaking to break down barriers, bring enjoyment and build a stronger sense of community. This community exhibition and the workshops to make the artwork is being funded by London Borough of Waltham Forest.
LDX Spring Showcase is the beginning of a more long term project that will be running alongside Inky Cuttlefish Studios: RAW exhibition, which will showcase national and international fine art printmakers responding to the idea of conflict. They are especially excited to have Royal Academician Anne Desmet as headline fine art printmaker showing her gorgeous wood engravings. Inky Cuttlefish Studios will be holding a Masked Ball later in the year to raise money towards continuing to delivery community engagement workshops with Learning Disability Experience.
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RAW: The Art of War
This exhibition has been postponed until later in the year. Sorry for inconvenience.
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Inky Cuttlefish was set up in 2007. We registered as a Ltd company in February 2008.
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