The Art Shed Gallery is ready for its inaugural exhibition!

The exhibition

The Art Shed Gallery‘s inaugural exhibition, Educated Art, is ready to open! To coincide with the traditional monthly flocking of the art world to London’s East End on First Thursdays, we are holding our opening tonight!

Visitors will encounter a diverse set of works, all selected and produced by Lauriston own staff. Are our artists teachers as well, or are Lauriston’s teachers also artists? Pedagogy and artistic practice intertwine in this space that is neither merely gallery nor simply classroom.

Come to check the show!

The artists

The 15 artists exhibiting in Educated Art are:

  • Aidan O’Kelly
  • Arlene Adair
  • Emma Crocket
  • Isabel Lilly
  • Jim Grant
  • Karen Parker
  • Kerri Sellens
  • Lisa Sharratt
  • Lorraine Groom
  • Louise Stead
  • Madeleine Waller
  • Maria Josefa Strickland
  • Naomi Julian
  • Stephen Mason
  • Suzi Jerrold

Educated Art in the press

Do you want to access the full press release of the exhibition? Just click here!

Our exhibition is already hitting the (digital) press. Find below the publications that are spreading the news about Educated Art:

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