A Hackney arts centre ran exclusively by practicing artists and musicians, for artists and musicians who have, or have had, severe and enduring mental health issues, will be showcasing their work this Friday, 9 November in Homerton.
Featured will be works of St Martins graduate and emerging Sophie O’Neill, whose work borders figurative portrait painting, abstraction and the ideas that link the two.
The evening includes a licensed bar and live music by Bella Diem – sparkling folk/pop, Strike – live hip hop
& mellow singer songwriting from Jessica and Noel Gregory, plus special guest, Mc’s & Dj’s.
TIME: Music from 8-11pm
VENUE: Core Arts Gallery
ADDRESS: 109 Homerton High Street Hackney E9 6DL (bottom of Chatsworth Rd E9 next to St Barnabas Church, easy buses/Homerton Overground 5 mins away)