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IWD Art Gallery: Showcasing Tamil artists from around the world

Event Details

  • Address

    Boulangerie Jade, Vanbrugh Park SE3 7AA

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  • Date

    Sunday 10th March 2024

  • Ticket Prices

    General Admission With Workshop 15.00

Town Bus Curated invites you to a unique experience this International Women’s Day and Mother’s Day weekend. They are turning a retro cafe into an art gallery, where the vibrant artworks of diaspora Tamil women from around the world will be on display!

Dates: March 8th (7.30pm) and March 10th (6.30pm)
Venue: Boulangerie Jade, Vanbrugh Park SE3 7AA
Tickets: early bird offer at £12 / thereafter £15

Immerse yourself in a dynamic fusion of cultures and identities at Town Bus Curated pop-up art gallery this weekend. From evocative paintings to immersive installations, each artwork pulsates with the energy of cultural heritage and the universal experiences of womanhood.

Commemorate International Women’s Day and Mother’s Day together to celebrate the resilience, creativity, and unyielding spirit of Diaspora Tamil women from around the world. This event is not just about art; it’s about empowerment, connection, and solidarity.

Artists on display:

  • Shamya Thilip (Switzerland)
  • Shakila Zambouligame (France)
  • Saja Sathiya (Switzerland)
  • Rekha Dhanaram (Australia)
  • Nuha Mohamed (United Kingdom)
  • Nanma Anna Sajan (United Kingdom)
  • Leya Raj (United Kingdom)
  • Ramya Prabhakaran (Australia)
  • Suvetha Gunasekaran (India)

As a special treat, indulge your creative side with our exclusive, complimentary kolam lino printing workshop led by talented artists. Unleash your creativity, experiment with textures and patterns, and create your own masterpiece.

Bring the incredible women in your life and embark on a journey of inspiration, empowerment, and celebration. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to be part of a vibrant community of women who are breaking boundaries, shattering stereotypes, and leaving an indelible mark on the global art landscape.