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Spoken word with a bus stop prophet and friends...

Date: Thursday 25th May

Price: FREE (suggested donation of £10)

Performance artists Jaynese “Ladybug” Poole and Frank “Busstop Prophet” Escamilla, are teaming up with our own John Smallshaw for an intimate evening of spoken word and performances in our Chapel.

Frank grew up in East LA in his grandfather’s house with 7 others. Despite the lack of structure in his early years his mum created a real sense of community at home. In his early teens Frank knew he had leadership qualities, but he had no adult to direct him. At 14 he started a gang and the next thing he knew Frank was being arrested face-down on the floor by police in front of his mother …Soon after Frank set about reading and soon realised there was more to life than gangs, violence and drugs.

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The House of St Barnabas Art Tour - June 2017

Date: Monday 5th June

Price: FREE

The Collective at The House of St Barnabas showcases the work of emerging and established contemporary artists in a programme of visual art conceived to inspire and uplift. The Collective encapsulates the essence of The House of St Barnabas, in its ethos of collaboration and its commitment to nurturing talent.

Join us for our next art tour, where you will be guided through our current exhibitions, including works by Michael Henley, Tamsin Relly and Ki Yoong. The collection also features donations and loans from celebrated artists such as founding member Hew Locke and artists including Tracey Emin, Jeff Koons, Damian Hirst, Peter Liversidge, Mark Titchner, Yinka Shonibare MBE, Cathy de Monchaux and The Chapman Brothers.

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North by East: an evening with Bill Jackson

Date: Wednesday 7th June

Price: £11.68

Bill Jackson is a conceptual artist, photographer and film maker and is currently exhibiting as part of The Collective, the contemporary art programme at The House of St Barnabas.

We’d love for you to join us for a screening of short films from Bill’s current work in the beautiful setting of the Chapel of St Barnabas. The film explores Bill’s artistic process – working at night on location he uses the natural elements and photographic processes to produce haunting ‘light drawings’. This will be followed by a Q&A with curator Vikki Nelson of Maestro Arts.

This is a fund raising event, held in the Chapel of St Barnabas with all ticket sales going towards supporting the work of the Employment Academy. There will be a raffle at the end and Bill will be giving away a limited edition print from one of the films.

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