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Driven Creativity

The weather outside is frightful…so why not do something indoors yet cultural this weekend?

The Brick Lane Gallery is hosting Driven Creativity – an exhibition showing off shortlisted and winning entries from the G-Technology Driven Creativity competition

You’ll be able to see photography, film and music – and the best bit is, it’s all free!

The exhibition is running until Monday, November 22 and is open 1-6pm every day.

Nearest Tube: Liverpool St/Aldgate

 

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Ahmed Mater exhibition

Ahmed Mater : Doctor, artist. 

His new exhibition is currently on show at the Vinyl Factory  on Poland Street, and showcases art influenced by his profession, religion and Arabic culture  (Mater grew up in Saudi Arabia).

Materials include x-rays, paper dipped in tea  and pomegranate – some of which are traditionally used on religious manuscripts.

The exhibition runs until October 30, and is open Monday-Saturday, 11am-6pm.

Nearest Tube: Oxford Circus

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Affordable Art Fair

When most people think of art, we think it’s totally unaffordable and we’d never be able to buy a piece to hang in our humble abode.

No longer!

The Affordable Art Fair is returning this weekend, where you can find art from £50-£3000.  Pieces are by up and coming talent, as well as established names.

The fair is taking place in Battersea Park until Sunday, 14th March.

Tickets cost £15/£13 concessions. Tickets are available on the door.

Doors are 11am-6pm.

Nearest Station: Battersea Park Rail, or Queenstown Road Station

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