Air brings the possibility of life. How are we looking after our life and our air? OPEN CALL
An introduction to one of our artists, currently exhibiting in our group show 'Perspectives on Mental Health'
Our first show of 2019 is open, and it has seen some delightful pieces come into our midst.
Themed food markets and other days out are appearing around the capital this winter. Here is the breakdown:
Would you like to learn a new skill or practise one you already have? Check out below for workshops and events.
London is brimming with free events throughout December and we want you to make the most of it.
We will be putting doors and windows in the community, opening up to artworks on identity.
For World Mental Health Day we are inviting people to share what inspires them in a series of events led by participants.
The launch of our New Roots Project has invited artists to produce work inspired by new learning experiences.
Our next exhibition, exploring ideas around the passing of time, will display portraits by Natasha Connell.
We are going to open the year with a small installation in the gallery and we are inviting you to take part!
As the entries have come pouring in, here is a summary of what can be expected to appearing in our exciting winter show.
Open to all, the winter group show at the SHARP gallery has launched its open call for artists
We showed the finalists of our Vitual Garden Photography Competition as part of Brixton Design Trail.
Artists were asked to come and visit our beautiful wild garden and create artwork inspired by it.
SHARP gallery were proud to be present at the art and mental health forum at UAL where we introduced our ethos and our hopes for the future.
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Discussion over having a mural at the SHARP team have been in the pipe line for some time and as the weather brightened, the paints were...
There is no doubt that our artists inspire visitors and each other, and we have often heard visitors say wonderful things which could...