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Friday 26 September
6 to 9pm

Saturday 27 September
2 to 6pm

Sunday 28 September
2 to 6pm

Gallery Selection Meeting
Submission Deadline :
Saturday 18 October

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Art in Perpetuity Trust
Harold Wharf
6 Creekside
London SE8 4SA

Liz May
Studio & Gallery Manager

Registered Charity No. 1045363

© Art in Perpetuity Trust 2014



There are lots of FREE events happening at A.P.T and on Creekside this weekend >>>

A.P.T Open Studios > 40 fine art studios will be open - come along and meet our artists
Curry and Licensed Bar in our Yard from 7 to 9pm on Friday night

A.P.T Gallery : Exhibition > CONTINUUM OF CEASELESS CHANGE is on show in the Gallery
Private View > Friday 26 September from 6 to 8pm

Deptford X > Launch night | 6 to 8pm at the old cafe in The Faircharm, Creekside

Q-art Tour from A.P.T > Saturday 27 September from 2 to 4pm, please book in advance

Deptford X Fringe | Conversation: Precarity of Temporary Art Spaces |
Ruth Soloman and Daisy Kid | A.P.T Gallery | 6 – 6.40pm | Free

Talk | CONTINUUM OF CEASELESS CHANGE | Artists in conversation
Sunday 28 September 2 – 4 pm, with artist and lecturer Sukaina Kubba | Free


Curated by Laura Smith, Poppy Whatmore and Morgan Feely

Liz Elton, Sheenagh B. Geoghegan, Nicholas John Jones, Mollie Anna King, Sam Mould, Sarah Pager, Ninna Bohn Pedersen, Sarah Pettitt, Niamh Riordan, Robert Rivers, Laura Smith, Poppy Whatmore

Continuum of Ceaseless Change is an exhibition featuring the work of twelve London-based artists working in a variety of media, selected by painter Laura Smith. The exhibition is based around the idea that actions are left exposed when works of art are created.  Each of the works on show will testify to some past impulse or physical happening, or else will contain within itself an ongoing force.

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