July 2020 Events

Check out the July 2020 events in Kensington. New events added weekly so keep checking back!

Virtual artists studio tours: 26 June – 5 July

Explore the wonderful minds of artists through virtual tours of their studios hosted by Kensington + Chelsea Art Week.

Open Doors 360 Artists Shorts

Find out what goes on behind closed doors as painters, sculptors and dancers invite you to their studios. Discover more about their practice, inspiration, and creative space through a series of short films.

See the full list of artists here and remember to tune in daily at 7pm.

In this space we breathe – Khadija Saye exhibition: 7 July – 7 August

A public art display has launched in the facade of 236 Westbourne Grove in Notting Hill, celebrating the works of Khadija Saye who dies in the Grenfell Tower Fire.

Tottenham Labour MP, David Lammy, launched the Khadija Saye IntoArts Programme to develop the arts in disadvantaged communities and put on public exhibitions of art. Titles Breath Is Invisible, the nine screen prints of Saye’s work reflects the “deep sensibility of Saye’s personality” and reminds us of the “dignity and humanity with which we remember those who lost their lives”.

Virtual craft fair: 12 July

Moreley College London are partnering with Portobello & Galborne Market to launch a virtual craft fair on July 12th featuring amazing independents and small businesses.

To discover and purchase the crafts of talented artists and makers, view the stories of @visitportobello from 11:00 to 13:00. If you spot something you like simply follow the link shown to shop.

Summer exhibition – Royal Society of Sculptors: 17 July – 18 September

This year’s Summer Exhibition showcases works from members and fellows, and has been guest curated by Robert and Nicky Wilson, the founders of Jupiter Artland.

Additionally, Caroline Achaintre’s Echo Peel will be shown on the sculpture terrace. The artist describes this piece as “fragile but also a protective layer. It reminds me of another type of outer layer where you change by putting it on. The two holes could be seen as eyes to see through or to see in to.”

You can visit the Royal Society of Sculptors between 11am and 5pm.

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