Monday, 19 February 2018

Art Pavilion Exhibition: Creative Pathways Post 16 (21st Feb-25th Feb 2018)




The Art Pavilion Spring Exhibition season continues with an event showcasing the best of Tower Hamlets' young artists work from 6th forms in the borough. 


Participating schools include: 

• St Paul’s Way Trust School 
• Bishop Challoner Catholic Federation of Schools 
• Raine’s Foundation School 
• Mulberry School for Girls 
• Morpeth School 
• Swanlea School 
• Bow School 
• Stepney Green Maths, Computing and Science College 
• Central Foundation Girls’ School 
• Langdon Park School 


There will be a private view on Thursday 22nd February 4.30-8:30 to which all are welcome. 




Creative Pathways Post 16 Exhibition
Date Wed 21st Feb - Sun 25th Feb
Time 10.30AM-17.30PM daily
Venue The Art Pavilion, E3 4QY
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Tuesday, 13 February 2018

Art Pavilion: Spring 2018 London Chinese Photography Exhibition (9-17th Feb)


There is currently a wonderful free photography exhibition on at the Art Pavilion.

PingHub UK and Opustique Infinity present an Exhibition to Celebrate the Chinese New Year 2018 with images provided by both the Cambridge Photographic Association and The Entrepreneurs Photography Association of China. Subjects range from landscapes to animals, and all are on display to help usher in the Year of Dog with a diverse and high-quality selection of photographs.

The closing ceremony and auction will take place on Saturday 17th February from 2.00 - 5.00pm.



Spring 2018 London Chinese Photography Exhibition
Date Fri 9th Feb - Sat 17th Feb
Time 9-16 Feb 10AM-6PM, Sat 17th Feb 10AM-5PM
Venue The Art Pavilion, E3 4QY
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Tuesday, 30 January 2018


This coming Sunday, 4th February, the Friends of Mile End Park are co-hosting a planning event from 1.30 to 4.30PM at the Art Pavilion. All the details are above on the flyer. This event forms part of the process of formulating the  Roman Road and Bow Neighbourhood Plan. 

We will be walking around the Mile End Park area to start with (leaving the Art Pavilion around 1.30 and returning by 2.30) to help prompt us in thinking about what we like and dislike about our area. Upon returning to the Pavilion there will a chance for some light refreshments, children's activities, local musicians and a chance to literally map out your thoughts about our part of Bow - particularly the kind of developments and businesses we would like to see encouraged or discouraged.

If the weather is horrid the event will still go ahead, but we may limit the outdoor element. We'll play it by ear. 

Mile End Old Town Residents' Association and Antill Road Residents' Association will be our co-hosts, together with members of the Roman Road Bow Neighbourhood Plan Forum.

Please do pop along if only for part of the time.