Newington Gallery exhibitions
The Newington building is used to provide extra studios for students and offers a public programme of short courses. We offer the double-height ground floor library space as a venue for other charitable organisations and art groups to host diverse activities including public programmes, workshops, talks and exhibitions.
AAL – Graduate ceremony and show
Walworth History Festival 2019 :12th October – 20th October 2019: Open weekdays 1pm – 6pm, Saturday and Sunday 11am – 6pm
Royal College of Art: Student Group Show: Everything the Same/Everything a Little Different: 31st October – 3rd November 2019
Julian Wild and Owen Bullet: :4th February – 17th February 2019
Queer Arts Week:: Group Show: Open 18th February – 24th February, 12pm – 6pm
Writing Photographs: Group show: Exhibition Tour – Saturday, 28th September 2019 12:00 – 1:00 pm; Performance, reading, interaction -Saturday 28th September at 3pm & 5pm & 8pm; Public viewing Saturday 28th September 12:00 – 10:00 pm; Portfolio reviews Sunday 29th September 2019 11am – 1pm
Time Flies like the wind, Fruit flies like bananas: Group Show with painters from the Turps Studio Programme: Private View Wednesday 18th September 5 – 8 pm: Open Thursday 19 September – Sunday 22nd September 2019; 10am – 5pm
You Know More Than I Know: Harry Pye, Corin Johnson, Aleks Wojcik, Steve Gullick, James Johnston: Private View – Wednesday 11th September 2019, 6pm to 9 pm: Open Tuesday 10th September – Monday 16th September 2019, weekdays 10:30am – 6:30pm, Saturday & Sunday 11am – 5pm.
James Gardiner: Paintings: Open 28th August – 2nd September 2019: Private View Tuesday 27th August 5.30pm – 9pm
Are you curious?: Private View Thursday 20th June 2019 6.30pm – 9pm: Group Art Exhibition, Open 21st June 2019 to 23rd June 2019, 10am – 5pm
A Painted Touch of Life: Suzon Lagarde, Inma Garcia-Carrasco, Open 28th May – 2nd June 2019, 12 – 5pm
Tenebris: Marilena Klemmer, Gloria Cavicchioli and Andy Grinham: Private View Thursday 13th June 2019 5pm – 8.30pm: Open Wednesday 12th June 11am-8pm, Friday 14th June 11am-8pm, Saturday and Sunday, 15th and 16th June 12-6pm
Dissolute Geometrix: Heidi Sundvik, Anna Sevcova, Sonia Cabrera, Jonathan Faragher and Seema Manchanda: Private View Thursday 25th April, 5pm – 8pm: Open 25th – 28th April 11am – 4pm
The Bootle or the Book?: Kate Crumpler and Jacob Smith: Private View Tuesday 30th April, 5 – 8pm: Open Wednesday 1st May 10am – 5pm and Thursday 2nd May 10am -1pm
Lessons in Things- An exhibition of maps, charts and diagrams with an anthrozoologic slant: Anna Walsh: Private View Thursday 11th April 6pm – 8.30pm: Open 11th – 14th April, 1pm – 5 pm
Loading: An exhibition by students from LCC Arianna Poverini, Aroa Nunez, Beth Goldstone, Domia Edwards, Ella Finney, Fatema Kach, Frederik Marks, Gemma Lewis, James Greenhalgh, Joseph Beeching, Karolina Gliniewicz, Lily Boyle, Maite De Orbe, Ou Lin, Phoebe Somerfield, Rachel Gordon, Ruth Phng, Tami Aftab, Tom Coleman, Wojciech Fec, Youhah Kim, Yulia Cavala, Zahraa Karim: Private View 19th February 6pm – 9pm: Open 16th February – 21st February, 2pm – 6pm
Queer Arts Week: Group Show: Private View and Cabaret 22nd February 5pm – 8.30pm: Open 23rd – 28th February, 12pm – 6pm
RAW: An Exhibition of Work by Amelie Peace, Rose Shuckburgh, Coco Morris and Alice Irwin: Private View 7th March 6m – 9pm: Open 6th – 10th March 2019
MAP 2019 (Collaboration): Group show by students from LCC: 12th March – 18th March 2019
Gail Dickerson: Core Sample Exhibition
An Art and Geology project focusing on the geology of London and the area of Elephant and Castle. It explores the Rockingham Street Anomaly, the Elephant Park building site, the fluvial deposits from the River Thames and the clay and chalk of the London Basin. Layers in the work are placed using collected sediments made into earth pigments, and temporary exposures on a building site are captured on film. London’s strata is glimpsed through research and collaboration with the London Geodiversity Partnership.
An exhibition by BEAM Art, a group run by Southwark Disablement Association (SDA). BEAM Art offers ‘disabled artists the chance to create art in a group setting with the opportunity for discussion, conversation and learning from each other in a fully accessible environment.’
We have been working in partnership with SDA to support the BEAM Art programme for over three years. Academy students Emily Russell and Jo Holt have been working in conjunction with the artists to present an exhibition that reflects the diversity of their practices, which include painting, print and poetry.
An exhibition of six contemporary artists exploring truth and fiction within the context of our shifting cultural landscape.
Mind the Art Exhibition
A group exhibition raising awareness of mental health through art.