The Art Workers’ Guild
Sunday 24 September 2017 11 am - 6 pm
Following the very successful first Table Top Museum held at the Art Workers’ Guild in 2014, we are holding a follow-up event on Sunday 24 September. An exhibition of 22 installations, curated by Guild Brothers and others selected by invitation, the event will be an exhilarating, exciting and inventive celebration of the madness and the individual and extraordinary rules of those who collect. Featuring museums of groovy flutes, coastal curiosities, shopping lists, gay dolls and the Chinchilla’s Museum of Crypto-Zoology, to name but a few.
An Art Workers’ Guild outreach initiative, the exhibition is organised by Stephen Fowler and George Hardie. It forms part of the Guild’s involvement in the London Design Festival, alongside Neil Jennings’ exhibition ’Works on Paper’.
The Museum will be open to the public for one day only on Sunday 24 September, 11 am – 6 pm and entry is free of charge. Refreshments will be available throughout the day.
The Art Workers’ Guild
6 Queen Square
For more information contact Leigh Milsom Fowler on email@example.com
020 7713 0966
Monday 11 - Sunday 24 September
As part of the Guild’s involvement in London Design Week, Bro. Neil Jennings will be holding an exhibition of works on paper from the early 20th Century to the present day featuring drawings, watercolours, posters, lithographs, etchings and wood engravings. The exhibition features work by past and current Brothers of the Guild, including PM Glynn Boyd Harte, PM Marthe Armitage, Bro. Angela Barrett and Bro. Christopher Brown.
The exhibition is open Monday 11 - Sunday 24 September.
Opening hours are as follows:
Monday 11 – Friday 15 September 10.30 am – 4.30 pm
Saturday 16 September 10 am - 6 pm
Monday 18 – Sunday 24 September 10 am - 6 pm
There will be a private view on Monday 11 September, 6 - 9 pm in the Master’s Room.
We hope to see you there.
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