Find out what’s happening in London Borough of Hounslow from 28 April – 4 September 2022. All exhibitions open during usual venue opening hours.
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Bedfont Library, STAINES ROAD, BEDFONT, TW14 8DB
Contemporary photography by University of West London and Deutsche-Pop Berlin students, created during the 2020 Lockdown.
Cranford Library, BATH ROAD, CRANFORD, TW5 9TL
This exhibition by London-based, Irish artist Helena Doyle highlights the global environmental impact of textile waste. The artworks on display are made entirely from waste or surplus material, recycled using traditional weaving, knotting and making techniques to show alternative ways to save cloth going to landfill.
Bracelet Making Workshop (£2 Adult/£1 Child)
14 May, 11am & 12pm
Create colourful, tactile corded bracelets or necklaces, exploring different materials, colours and textures. You can also bring fabric to recycle if you wish.
This bracelet making workshop is led by artist Tanvi Kant, and is suitable for all ages, including children aged 6 years + with adult supervision.
Pom-Pom Making Workshop (£2 Adult/£1 Child)
30 June, 3.30pm & 4.30pm
As part of the exhibition Superfluus, we’re hosting a series of monthly ‘Mending Community’ workshops where you can relax, meet other people, and chat while you make and learn new skills to turn old fabric and material into something new! This simple pom-pom making workshop is led by artist Helena Doyle, and is suitable for all ages, including children aged 4 years + with adult supervision.
Feltham Library, THE CENTRE, HIGH STREET, FELTHAM, TW13 4GU.
What You Do Not See
Contemporary work in a range of media by seven UK-based artists illuminating what it’s like to live with a hidden disability.
What You Do Not See screening & Meet the Artist event
30 May, 6 – 7.30pm, online and in person, free
Join us for an inspiring look at the themes of the Creative People & Places Hounslow Visual Arts Programme exhibition What You Do Not See from the perspectives of the artists included in the show..
Hanworth Library, UXBRIDGE RD, HANWORTH, LONDON TW13 5EG
Late Summer At Bedfont Lakes
An exhibition of atmospheric photographs of Bedfont Lakes by Karolina Koziel.
Regeneration on Hounslow Heath
Paintings and photographs by local artist Gerald Curtis documenting the aftermath of a wildfire on Hounslow Heath.
Heston Library, New Heston Road, Hounslow TW5 0LW
Discover the history of Hounslow in a whole new way, with stories by Alistair Cartwright and animations by Amber Cooper-Davies
Animated Animal Stories
Join us for an interactive workshop at Heston Library where you can try out animating your very own Animal Story!
Hounslow Library, 1st floor, Hounslow House, 7 Bath Rd, Hounslow TW3 3EB
Vibrant Landings is an exhibition of contemporary collage by artist Noelle Genevier. The work starts with colour and material; folded paper and photographs that combine to create new worlds of ideas.
The collages take two forms; the digitally created, flat patterns, and the more organic handmade three-dimensional assemblages. These forms echo Noelle’s interest in the environment, both urban and natural, coming together at a threshold of shifts and changes.
Creative Collage workshop (£2 Adult/£1 child)
16 July 2022 , 11am & 12pm
Join us for a workshop with artist Noelle Genevier where you can make your own nature-inspired creative collages. Suitable for all ages and families.
This exhibition of work by artist Tanvi Kant is based on a selection of original hand cut, pasted and stitched collages, and assemblage works made with found, natural objects. This inspiring collection of reproduction prints shows Tanvi’s love of nature and colour. Discover her work on the first floor of the Treaty Centre, on display in the former Debenhams store.
First Floor, Treaty Centre, high street, hounslow, TW3 1ES
Citizens of Hounslow
Citizens of Hounslow is a heart-warming portrait series by illustrator Aleesha Nandhra, highlighting local heroes.
Nominated by fellow community members, the portraits show how people come together, inspire each other, and support their friends, neighbours and the wider community.