Exhibition | Black SuperSheroes - Ese Akpojotor | Other at A-side / B-side Gallery | London | Art Week

Black SuperSheroes - Ese Akpojotor

Share this

Categories:

Exhibition Type:

City:

Date: 
Thursday, 8 March 2018 to Tuesday, 13 March 2018

 

A-side B-side Gallery is pleased to present:

‘Black SuperSheroes’- Ese Akpojotor
Thursday 8th March – Tuesday 13th March

Black SuperSheroes is a family-friendly art exhibition celebrating women of color as some of our much-loved female film characters. From Wonder Woman to Mary Poppins, we aim to expose young girls to inclusivity as well as female empowerment. Not only is this an exhibition for art lovers but also an ideal exhibition for schools and youth clubs as activities/workshops for will be included throughout the duration of the exhibition. To make a reservation for your school/hub please email: info@blacksupersheroes.co.uk

On preview night, there will be games where you can win a print as well as listening to some your favorite cartoon/tv series theme songs. All of the artwork displayed on the show will be for sale.

Gallery opening hours: 10-5pm Friday–Tuesday, 12noon-5pm & 7-9.30pm Thursday

A-side B-side Gallery
352 Mare Street
E8 1HR LONDON
Opposite: Hackney Central station

www.asidebsidegallery.com
www.facebook.com/asidebsidegallerylondon
#asidebsidegallery
@Aside_Bside_
 
For further info or images contact:
info@asidebsidegallery.com +44 (0) 2085337258

 

Artist ( Name ):

Telephone: 
+44(0)20 8533 7258

Venue ( Name ):

Venue ( Address ): 

352 Mare St, London E8 1HR

Add new comment

Other shows from A-side B-side Gallery

view
When you can't put feelings into words
05/02/2019 to 05/07/2019
view
When you can't put feelings into words
05/02/2019 to 05/07/2019
view
Routine Depth
03/07/2019 to 03/12/2019
view
Upscape
02/07/2019 to 02/19/2019

Pages

_____________________________________________

Related Shows This Week in UK

view
Palace of Culture - Painting, Drawing & Offsetting
06/14/2021 to 07/30/2021
view
The Women's Century: Female Perspectives in Brazilian Art
06/04/2021 to 07/15/2021
view
Palace of Culture - Sculptural Sketches of the Natural World
06/14/2021 to 07/30/2021
view
Palace of Culture - Sculpture with Plaster of Paris
06/14/2021 to 07/30/2021
view
Nicola Ellis and Ritherdon & Co Ltd: No gaps in the line
06/13/2021 to 08/01/2021
view
Palace of Culture - DIY Screen Painting at Home
06/14/2021 to 07/30/2021
view
Palace of Culture - Kitchen Cupboard Automata
06/14/2021 to 07/30/2021
view
Making Paradise: Exploring the Concept of Eden Through Art and Islamic Garden Design
04/29/2021 to 09/30/2021

Pages