An exciting Summer of Art activities for children aged 7-14. To find outr more and book your space visit Kids Art Clubs | Gerald Moore Gallery
New exhibition Muscled Memory by Nathan Anthony 20 May
We are so excited to be reopening with an exhibition by our Artist in Residence Nathan Anthony on Thursday 20th May from 5pm-8pm.Muscled Memory is a solo exhibition of new work concerned with marks, making and memory in the form of print, sculpture and where they intersect by our current Artist-in-Residence, Nathan Anthony.Nathan started his one-year residency in 2019, however due to the pandemic he has been unable to exhibit until this year, we hope you will join us to celebrate the reopening of the gallery and to celebrate his work.Nathan will be giving tours of his exhibition during the event and drinks will be available to enjoy in the courtyard- weather permitting! All works are available for sale.
Please use the link to book a ticket for each person attending.
Opens to the public Thursday 20 May, 5pm-8pm and every Tuesday 4pm-7pm and Saturday 10am-4pm.
Supporting young people and teachers in Motingham area
Gerald Moore Gallery is thrilled to annouce that Big Local Refocused Mottingham have awarded us £30,000 for a three year project called 'Art Therapy and Wellbeing in Schools'.
The project support primary aged children with their emotional wellbeing through Art therapy, using the gallery's exhibition and collection as a stimulus, in therapy sessions and gallery visits. It also supports teachers with their emotional development through wellbeing activities and CPD events, both in school and at the gallery.
We are working with three different primary schools each year in the Mottingham area starting with Mottingham Primary in April 2021.
In 2023 the project will culminate with a free public art exhibition on the importance of 'Art for Health and Wellbeing' bringing together some of the works and findings from the schools who participated in the project to promote this message to a wider community.
To find out more visit here
Two large bronze statues, Power and Speed, reside in the Eltham College grounds but how did these two giant sculptures come to be here thanks to Gerald Moore.
Find out in the following blog post https://inspiringcity.com/2021/02/04/power-and-speed-the-story-of-the-eltham-college-statues/
We are very excited to be opening again this Saturday 5th December for our Saturday Art Classes from 9.45am-1pm.
Also on Saturday 12th December our new exhibition Losing Touch by Alice Hartley, Lily German and Sebastian Sochan will be opening every Saturday from 10am-4pm. Booking tickets is essential so please use the link below to book your place now.
As part of the new Covid measures, announced by the Government, the gallery will be closed from Thursday 5th November. Unfortunately we are cancelling all classes and postponing the opening of the next exhibition Losing Touch until further notice.
Losing Touch by Alice Hartley, Lily German and Sebastian Sochan
We are very excited to bring together artists Alice Hartley, Lily German and Sebastian Sochan for their group show Losing Touch.
Through sculpture, performance, textiles and print, these artists each investigate materiality and pursue processes that transform the materials that they use.
A series of workshops, performance and events exploring different materials and making processes will run alongside the exhibition.
Booking is essential: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/losing-touch-tickets-124993889087
Gerald Moore Gallery is OPEN from 12th September for Saturday Art Clubs only.
Our next exhibition will open end of September so keep an eye on our website for further updates.
Saturday 11th Januray
Tolerance by Patrick Altes
Join us for refreshments, an artist led tour of the exhibition Tolerance by Patrick Altes, followed by a panel discussion with guest speakers.
1pm to 2pm:
Artist led tour of the exhibition
2pm to 3pm
Panel discussion on the themes of Tolerance, Migration Identity. Reserve your free space here
Patrick Altes (http://patrickaltes.com)
International artist, whose solo show “Tolerance”, we are currently exhibiting.
A leading light in the emerging Franco-Algerian art movement, Altes’s first-hand experience of unjust, brutal and discriminatory societies fuelled a sense for the politically, socially and humanly acceptable which has become a thematic concern visible in all his creative work. In this timely, major exhibition, Altes confronts negative cultural stereotypes and advocates for tolerance and respect in times of angst, division and separatism.
Nadene Ghouri, writer and broadcaster (http://www.andrewlownie.co.uk/authors/nadene-ghouri)
Nadene Ghouri is a multi-award winning journalist specialising in human interest and human rights issues. She is a former correspondent of both the BBC and Al Jazeera English and today is a freelance broadcaster and reporter working for BBC current affairs and leading publications including The Guardian and Mail on Sunday. She is the co-author of two New York Times bestsellers The Favoured Daughter about the life of Afghan human rights activist Fawzia Koofi and Born Into The Children of God with cult survivor Natacha Tormey
S.I. Martin, writer and black British historian (http://www.simartin.org.uk)
Specialising in the fields of Black British history and literature, I work with museums, archives and the education sector to bring diverse histories to wider audiences. I have published five books of historical fiction and non-fiction for adult and teenage readers.
I have worked with and for the Black Cultural Archives, National Maritime Museum, the V&A, Tate Britain, London Metropolitan Archives, National Portrait Gallery, Horniman Museum, The National Archives, RAF Museum, Wellcome Trust and many others.
3.30 to 4pm
Tolerance Art Competition
Jury (Patrick Altes (Artist), Janet Rady (Curator and Art Gallerist), Katie Harris (Curator), to announce three winners to receive one of the exhibited photo/drawing from the series “Musings” by Patrick Altes
Refreshments will be served
We had an amazing opening night of Patrick Altes' new exhibition Tolerance, an exhibition that confronts negative cultural stereotypes and advocates for tolerance and respect in times of angst, division and separatism.
The exhibition is made up of over 70 works including paintings, digital prints and installations and is supoported by the Arts Council and U.N. Association.
Exhibtion on until 25th January 2020
Open : Tuesday evenings 4-7pm and Saturdays 10am-4pm
Gerald Moore Gallery is hosting a Christmas Fair on Saturday 7th December, 10am-4pm to raise money for the gallery's outreach programme. All the proceeds will go towards our work in a local Primary School working with young children with special education needs through art therapy.
We will have a range of indoor stalls plus Christmas treats, music, hot chocolates, a Christmas raffle and more.
Perfect for the whole family to join so please come along and pick up some Christmas gifts and ideas.
If you are interested in selling then please join us to sell your wares, crafts, gifts, art and bric a brac. Each stall cost £15. To book your place or find out more please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday 19 October - Saturday 9 November
Gerald Moore Gallery presents Connections: New York Studio School Europe the first European alumni exhibition from the prestigious New York Studio School, curated by Karen Wilkin and Mali Morris RA
The exhibition will showcase works by graduates and former students of the New York Studio School living in Europe. Included will be drawings, paintings, sculpture, installation, performances and video work across two gallery spaces.
Featured artists: Michael Ajerman, Rebecca Allen, Robert Anderson, Alessia Avellino, Tristan Barlow, Benjy Barnhart, Alla Broeksmit, Françoise Cambilargiu, Beatrice Caracciolo, Broose Dickinson, Denis Farrell, Maia Ibar, Laura Jacobs, Eva Jimenes Cerdanya, Julie Karpodies, Ruth McKerrell, Elena Kolbasina, Elaine Kusmishko, Vanessa Lawrence, Avner Levinson, Nicolai Nickson, Shivani Khoshia, Uta Patinkin, Claudia Piscitelli, Marco Palli, Leah Raab, Joseph Ryan, Ulgen Semerci, Chen Chapira, Asa Schick, Marie Peter Toltz, Lee Tribe, Emily Zuch
What’s On this October Half Term
19th Oct – 2nd Nov 2019
Family day crafternoons
Tuesday 22nd and 29th Oct, Drop-in from 2pm-4pm
Free art activities to enjoy for all ages.
Artist Take Over
Wednesday 23rd and Thursday 24th Oct, 9am-12noon
£5 per child
To celebrate our new exhibition Connections we have invited artists from the famous New York Studio School to deliver some fun workshops for children aged 6-11. Get involved with large scale drawings, paintings through movement and messy collage art.
Animal Life Drawing with Owls
Thursday 31st October
10am-12noon and 1pm-3pm
£25 for one adult and child
Draw your favourite feathered friend up close and learn about the magical world of owls. Classes run by Wild Life Drawing. Too-wit too-woo!
Saturday Art Clubs
19th and 26th Oct and 2nd Nov
9.30am-11am for ages 5-7
11.30am-1pm for ages 8-11
£12.50 per child
Learn new art skills each week from drawing, painting, sculpting, printing, collage and many more.
We are seeking an enthusiastic and creative Artist-Educator to lead children’s art classes on Saturday mornings at the Gerald Moore Gallery at Eltham College.
Classes are for children aged 5 to 11 years and take place from 9am to 1.30pm. These run for 38 weeks per academic year, mainly during term time.
Previous experience of working with children or young people is essential.
Closing date: midday on Friday 4 October 2019
On Sunday 8th September we had a one day exhibition of the work of the children from Marvels Lane Primary School.
It was the culmination of a years worth of art clubs run by Gerald Moore Gallery as part of our outreach program.
This project was funded by Chinbrook Big Local.