Core Arts Events

December

Ho Ho Here we go
Music, poetry, drinks, DJ and good vibes!

Wednesday 11 December, from 6pm to 10:30pm

Core Arts, 109 Homerton High Street, London E9 6DJ

Free entry, all welcome

On now

Threads

An exhibition by Vivienne Havell

Private view, Wednesday 30th October, 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Other viewings  by appointment, contact mail@corearts.co.uk

“In 2007 I suffered a very serious trauma which led to me developing PTSD with dissociation, when I lost my short-term memory for almost a year and had severe depression and anxiety. I lost any creativity until 8 years ago when I was sent to Core Arts. This wonderful charity helped bring me back to life in a gentle, creative, supportive and non-judgemental space. They gave me a pathway back and I am forever grateful”.

Vivienne Havell

 

Coming home

An exhibition by Sara Hayward

“At a very early age, with the onset of war I was sent to live with strangers in the country, where I remained for six and a half years. I would often stand on the gate & look up the lane hoping to see my parents come round the corner. This particular time I remember turning away and thinking to myself: I’m never going to live with my parents or have brothers and sisters. I gazed up at the blue sky and was embraced with the idea of creativity.

I realised there was something I could always rely on. And that was the beginning of my love for Art. It was my good fortune to receive training and be able to earn my living in this field. Much later, after many events in life’s journey; I found myself in Hackney once more with a longing, this time for my ‘Artistic Family”. Finally, a friend told me about ‘Prince’s Drawing School’ & there I went and met some very able artists who also volunteered at a place called ‘Core Arts’. I had bought a print from a member called ‘Tribal Scream’ and it was suggested I came to look around. I loved the charismatic building and friendly people and realised I had come home”.

Sara Hayward

December

Ho Ho Here we go
Music, poetry, drinks, DJ and good vibes!

Wednesday 11 December, from 6pm to 10:30pm

Core Arts, 109 Homerton High Street, London E9 6DJ

Free entry, all welcome

On now

Threads

An exhibition by Vivienne Havell

Private view, Wednesday 30th October, 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Other viewings  by appointment, contact mail@corearts.co.uk

“In 2007 I suffered a very serious trauma which led to me developing PTSD with dissociation, when I lost my short-term memory for almost a year and had severe depression and anxiety. I lost any creativity until 8 years ago when I was sent to Core Arts. This wonderful charity helped bring me back to life in a gentle, creative, supportive and non-judgemental space. They gave me a pathway back and I am forever grateful”.

Vivienne Havell

 

Coming home

An exhibition by Sara Hayward

“At a very early age, with the onset of war I was sent to live with strangers in the country, where I remained for six and a half years. I would often stand on the gate & look up the lane hoping to see my parents come round the corner. This particular time I remember turning away and thinking to myself: I’m never going to live with my parents or have brothers and sisters. I gazed up at the blue sky and was embraced with the idea of creativity.

I realised there was something I could always rely on. And that was the beginning of my love for Art. It was my good fortune to receive training and be able to earn my living in this field. Much later, after many events in life’s journey; I found myself in Hackney once more with a longing, this time for my ‘Artistic Family”. Finally, a friend told me about ‘Prince’s Drawing School’ & there I went and met some very able artists who also volunteered at a place called ‘Core Arts’. I had bought a print from a member called ‘Tribal Scream’ and it was suggested I came to look around. I loved the charismatic building and friendly people and realised I had come home”.

Sara Hayward

on now

A Hackney Autobiography: 

Inside Out audio tour: a collaboration between On the Record and Core Arts.

The walk explores birth, mental health and creativity, inside and out of The Institution. This 45 minute immersive audio walk blurs boundaries between hallucination and external sound.

A Hackney Autobiography website

Download the app now:

on now

A Hackney Autobiography: 

Inside Out audio tour: a collaboration between On the Record and Core Arts.

The walk explores birth, mental health and creativity, inside and out of The Institution. This 45 minute immersive audio walk blurs boundaries between hallucination and external sound.

A Hackney Autobiography website

Download the app now:

Core Sport Events

December

Running Club

Wednesdays 11am – 12pm

Beginner-intermediate levels. In preparation for the Hackney Half Marathon 2020 or for general fitness.

Reserve your space with Laura lconnolly@corearts.co.uk or call 07881228009.

Table Tennis Tournament

Saturday 14th December 2019
2.30pm – 5pm (registration for tournament 2.15pm – 2.30pm)
Core Arts Hall

Reserve your space with Laura lconnolly@corearts.co.uk or call 07881228009.

December

Running Club

Wednesdays 11am – 12pm

Beginner-intermediate levels. In preparation for the Hackney Half Marathon 2020 or for general fitness.

Reserve your space with Laura lconnolly@corearts.co.uk or call 07881228009.

Table Tennis Tournament

Saturday 14th December 2019
2.30pm – 5pm (registration for tournament 2.15pm – 2.30pm)
Core Arts Hall

Reserve your space with Laura lconnolly@corearts.co.uk or call 07881228009.

Core Landscapes Events

December

Mulled wine and mince pies in the Core Arts garden

Tuesday 10th December, 12pm – 3pm

Come and meet the gardeners and see the members garden taking shape…

December

Mulled wine and mince pies in the Core Arts garden

Tuesday 10th December, 12pm – 3pm

Come and meet the gardeners and see the members garden taking shape…