The closure of the Redgate Gallery and disappearance of its owner Yara Caroline Tshallener is very disappointing. However, I’m pleased to announce photographer Elizabeth James, one of the artists scheduled to exhibit this summer, will now have a three week show at the Free Space Gallery 2 Bartholomew Villas Kentish Town London NW5 2BX
Her 1st solo exhibition examines the ‘shape’ and ‘form’ of various selected subjects. This collection is dedicated to, and in aid of REFUGE, a charity close to her heart. 15% of sales will be donated to Refuge, a charity providing safety for women and families fleeing domestic violence.
They are able to offer these families much more than shelter, from psychological support to community outreach programmes which help settle families back in to their new safe community upon leaving refuge and re-locating
The private viewing is on Wednesday 5th October 2011 from 6pm to 9pm and includes a live music by singer /songwriter Ivy Chanel. A second night of live music takes place on Friday 21st October with band NUBREEZE providing a smooth mix of Reggae Soul and Jazz- Fusion.
The companies Boutique Princess & Cheeryhub sponsor this event.
So, if you’re around Kentish Town why not pop in and support?!
2 thoughts on “The show goes on: Photography Exhibition Fundraiser for Refuge.”
BRILLIANT and as you say “the show must go on”
Will definitely be there to support Elizabeth James’ show
Wish I could have been there it looks like a very nice body of work.