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Summer activities 2021

Summer of activities and play 2021

Summer is here and we have even more activities to keep kids and teens busy throughout - better yet most of our events are absolutely FREE.

Scroll down for upcoming events or view the complete schedule of activities.

So whether it's an online photography workshop or music production lessons, there's something for everyone.

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Theaster Gates,  A Clay Sermon

Theaster Gates, A Clay Sermon

Date
29/09/2021 (10:00) - 22/01/2022 (18:00)
Location:
Whitechapel Gallery 77-82 Whitechapel High St E1 7QX
Description
Major solo exhibition showcasing clay-based work, collection displays and new commissions as a nod to Gates's socially-engaged work and wider artistic practice. Part of a multi-venue presentation from three London galleries, dedicated to clay.
Categories:
Black History Month, Free to attend, Galleries and exhibitions
Exhibitions: Bijoy '71 and Colours of Bengal

Exhibitions: Bijoy '71 and Colours of Bengal

Date
01 (09:00) - 28/11/2021 (17:00)
Location:
Brady Arts Centre 192-196 Hanbury Street London E1 5HU
Description
Freedom and Independence Theatre Festival Fringe: Ahmed Choudhury works across a variety of media and techniques with a focus on the 50th anniversary theme. The Colours of Bangla showcases the gorgeous hand-painted banners that reflect life in rural Bangladesh.
Categories:
Bangladesh at 50, Free to attend, Galleries and exhibitions
My Home, My Bari

My Home, My Bari

Date
26/11/2021 (10:00) - 14/12/2021 (17:01)
Location:
Kobi Nazrul Centre 30 Hanbury St London E1 6QR
Description
Take a step back in time with an art installation that represents the living spaces of the British Bangladeshi community in 1971 in Tower Hamlets.
Categories:
Bangladesh at 50, Community events, Cultural events, Free to attend, Galleries and exhibitions
Five: 50

Five: 50

Date
09 (11:00) - 16/12/2021 (18:00)
Location:
The Art Pavilion Mile End Park Clinton Road London E3 4QY
Description
Five women artists share their work on the themes of freedom and independence.
Categories:
Bangladesh at 50, Free to attend, Galleries and exhibitions
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