The second exhibition of Red Kimono at Conway Hall marks the 5th anniversary of the catastrophic accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.Find out more »
Artist Anna Berry’s ‘The Political is Personal’ exhibition was conceived around the time of the last general election. Anna constructed wreaths from election fliers from all the political parties.Find out more »
a glimpse of art and imagination, continued and evolving.
paintings on paper, collage and installation by Barbara Marks.
Opening event Thursday 7 July, 6pm to 9pm. All welcome. Drinks served.
Conway Hall are delighted to host a three month art residency by painter and printmaker, Barbara Marks.Find out more »
Language courses in Spanish, Italian, French, Brazilian-Portuguese and GermanFind out more »
Pexava Holborn at the wonderful Conway Hall, Central London.Find out more »
Make your own mini-display box using treasures and trinkets and found objects. We’ll provide you with lots of materials including images from our archives and collections. To make it more personal to you why not bring along some of your own objects l – you might like to include a photo, old stamps, a shell you found on holiday or a something you found on the way to Conway Hall …Find out more »
Building on the dialogue and the inspirational oratory of a panel and our attendees, all are cordially invited to a planning and strategy session with The Centre of Pan African Thought. This is your chance to meet, sit, and input into the future and purpose of the organisation.Find out more »
As a Humanist, Phil Walder believes in the ‘Human Project’ and is fascinated by the incredible ingenuity of our species. However, he doesn’t believe that the future success of the human race should be at the expense of the other species that share this planet, and the health of our environment. He argues that, apart from the moral questions about killing and eating animals, the best thing that each of us can do for the planet, is to become vegetarian.Find out more »