Wednesday, 13 July 2011
commission4mission @ Leytonstone
The latest commission4mission exhibition begins tomorrow at Holy Trinity with St Augustine of Hippo Leytonstone (4 Holloway Road Ell 4LD). The exhibition runs from 14th - 20th July (10.00am - 1.00pm, 4.00 - 7.00pm) as part of the Leytonstone Festival and the Barking Episcopal Area Art Festival.
The exhibition will include work by Colin Burns, Jonathan Evens, Mark Lewis, Elizabeth Duncan Meyer, Caroline Richardson, Henry Shelton and Joy Rousell Stone. Also able to be seen at Holy Trinity with St Augustine of Hippo are a set of intricate Stations of the Cross by Barbara Sampson and Scenes from the life of St Augustine, a concrete frieze by the sculptor Stephen Sykes.
On Wednesday 20th July at 7.30pm, c4m will also be holding its AGM at Holy Trinity with St Augustine of Hippo Leytonstone. The exhibition can be viewed prior to our meeting. At 7.30pm we will hear presentations from Dr Graham Gould on Scenes from the life of St Augustine, the concrete frieze by the sculptor Stephen Sykes, and Mark Lewis speaking on the Art Trail for the Barking Episcopal Area, and these will be followed by the AGM. The AGM will include discussion of a revised constitution designed to enable us to register as a charity.
The Barking Episcopal Area Art Festival includes a number of interesting activities and events (which are open to all), including other visual arts exhibitions and presentations. Click here for the Festival programme and for more information.