The Open Mic returns this week at the Windmill with a new exhibition by artist KATE BRACE
As usual, get there early to view the art before it gets busy with the performances from 8pm.
Performers sign in from 7pm
This month, half the proceeds of the exhibition will be donated to Ashford Place (formerly Cricklewood Homeless Concern)
Kate Brace gained a First in her Fine Art Degree, and has refined her love of colour and line through travels in India and the Far East.
Her work explores identity and memory in relation to the changing physical environment
Our MC this week is the ever popular MARTIN SANDERSON
Martin is a poet and spoken word artist mostly concerning himself with themes of love, quantum physics and the inclement weather. He intends for his art to be a mirror and a hammer to reflect and ultimately wreak a great carnage amongst those few asinine f***wits who are making such a total horlicks of running the planet.
Any ARTISTS interested in showing their work in the future – please email us for more info. Shows last one month, currently no fee or commission payable.
Similarly, if anyone would like to get involved in Creative Cricklewood, please contact us