Raw Materials: WoodThis exhibition explores the industrial heritage of wood in the River Lea Valley, east London.
Raw Materials: TextilesRaw Materials traces the forgotten industrial history of east London along the River Lea, supported by The National Lottery with funds awarded through the Heritage Lottery Fund.
2019 Bow Open ShowArtist Carey Young has chosen 19 artists for Bow Arts’ annual Open Show, with a call for works that respond to “our current political moment”.
Projects credited in
STEP (Shared Employment and Training Programme)A creative industry open to everyone
Bow Skills 2020 | Artists CPD programmeBow Skills is a dynamic and relevant programme of Continuing Professional Development (CPD). The programme of talks, panel discussions, new skills labs and peer crits is open to all, with concession rates available to Bow Arts artists and students.
2020 Bow Open curated by gal-demThe Nunnery Gallery's annual Bow Open Show will be curated by award-winning media company gal-dem, who are dedicated to centring the voices and platforming the creative work of women and non-binary people of colour.
Lightboxes and LetteringLightboxes & Lettering is an exhibition that celebrates the fascinating and important history of east London's print industry, funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Do You Know The WayDo You Know The Way? Is a group exhibition comprising the work of 32 emerging artists currently in the final year of their Fine Art BA(Hons) course at Middlesex University, London.
Bow Arts: Digital Creativity ExhibitionCurator & Project Manager:
RAW Labs- Bow Arts Studios, RAW Friday’s presents a celebration of digital creativity, a selection of artists and creatives will be providing a platform to view, interact with, and discuss modern digital art. An explosion of disciplinarians; from socially engaged performances, to sculpture and animation. In this pop up exhibition the viewer can exceed the viewing platform and experience immersive artworks and informal discussion.