SLWA News

A poster on a dark green background, entitled compassion and featuring a grid of images. It shows the details of the exhibition, entitled compassion, which will take place 25 April-29 May 2024 in Marylebone Parish church in London
Compassion, art exhibition in Marylebone Parish Church, London
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South London Women Artists announce their next art exhibition Compassion, 25th April -  29th May 2024, NW1 5LT. Address: Art Space, St Marylebone Parish Church, NW1 5LT. A Private View will be held on Thursday 25th April, 5-8pm. As the...
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SLWA spring 2024 exhibition
SLWA Spring Exhibition
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SLWA Spring Exhibition at the Heritage Cheese Gallery (1b Calton Ave, Dulwich Village SE21 7DE). 9th March-3rd May.
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Beyond the Surface’ exhibition
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South London Women Artists have a new exhibition at Jeannie Avent Gallery, 14 North Cross Rd, East Dulwich, SE22 9EU from 12 - 24 October.
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female icons
Female icons
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Female Icons is a South London Women Artists exhibition for International Womens Day.
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future memories
Future Memories
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Future Memories is an exhibition at the Espacio Gallery featuring 33 of South London Women Artists
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All That Is Bright
All that is Bright
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Breaking news we have Artist Martin Maloney and DeeSada musician opening our latest show on Friday 2 December all welcome 6-10pm.
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Everyone reflects light
Everyone Reflects Light
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17 women artists reflecting on mental health and resilience in dark times – the theme of a forthcoming exhibition in Crystal Palace at the Paxton Centre
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SLWA Featured at WOW Festival 2022
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South London Women Artists were invited to display and sell their original art at the WOW FESTIVAL MARKETPLACE
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SLWA AGM
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We are looking forward to our AGM on Thursday, members will receive a notification via email that will contain the meeting details and zoom link.
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she answered art in southwark newspaper
When the Question was Posed She Answered
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She answered, "Art" featured in Southwark News both in print and on their website.
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