Thursday, 4 August 2011

Weekend plans

Got a busy weekend planned; full of printmaking, market stalls and exhibitions. Tomorrow is a day of printmaking and then a stall at Barboot in the evening. Barboot is a market in Crouch End, north London, where local independent shops open up in the evening and are filled with craft stalls. It is going to be the first time we have done it and it is pretty exciting. It runs from 19.30 to 22.30.

Saturday and Sunday, we're going to have a stall at the Cabbages and Kings market in Stoke Newington. Last time we did this market there was some amazing stuff there and I am looking forward to seeing what the other stallholders have this time too. It is open from 11.00 to 17.00 on both days.

Then finally on Monday we are going to have a gallery day in central London bopping around on our bikes and visiting some exhibitions. So far we have the Treasures of Heaven and Australian Prints at the British Museum, and Tracey Emin: Love is What You Want at the Hayward Gallery. If there is anything else you think we should be visiting which is on in London at the moment, let me know in the comments.

'Mingmarriya', 1997, by Queenie McKenzie

No comments:

Post a Comment