Monday 14 March
Stop Press

From Monday March 14 the gallery will be open every Monday, manned by artist David Moore, whose works are on display.

Friday 6 May
To Sunday 15 May
Chris Francis and Graham Smith

Chris and Graham will display, side by side, their two latest collections, very different and equally intriguing:
"Canned Heat and other works" (Chris Francis) and
"Greenwich Park in Shades of Grey" (Graham Smith)
Meet the artists Sunday May 8 from 2 to 5.
Unmissable.

Saturday 4 June
To Sunday 19 June
Celtic Cross

Drawings and paintings by writer and playwright Howard Colyer.
Open this link to read about Howard the playwright
"I’m as obscure as Pirandello is famous:" An Interview with Playwright Howard Colyer - hastac.org

Meet the Artist Sunday June 12, 2-5

Friday 10 June
"Heartfulness" relaxation and meditation

A fourth session led by Kathleen Gillespie.
Free and open to all. 6.30-7.30

Friday 24 June
To Wednesday 6 July
"Art Reach" - Art from Death Row, San Quentin, California

The first leg of a very moving exhibition of works by death row inmates. Not exactly Made in Greenwich, but with a definite Greenwich connection:
Local artist Nicola White has been writing to a prisoner on death row in San Quentin for the last 6 years. Between them they came up with the idea of an art exhibition featuring art and poetry by him and some of his fellow inmates. On display will be also some of their letters and stories. Whatever you feel about the death penalty, the art provides an insight into the thoughts and feelings of men who have been incarcerated, in some cases, for over 30 years.
The works will be for sale and can be collected at the end of the tour, with proceeds going partly to Amicus (lawyers fighting for justice on death row) and partly to buy art materials for the inmates.
Nicola will also be showing some of her own art made from discarded objects collected along the River Thames.
Meet Nicola and a representative from Amicus over a drink on Sunday June 26 between 4 and 7. There will be an opportunity to hear more about the work of Amicus and issues around death row, with a short presentation at 5pm.
Unmissable!

Thursday 14 July
To Sunday 24 July
'Silent Witness: the art of surveillance'

John Ellis's photographs focus on the ubiquitous CCTV cameras, inviting us to 'watch the watcher'...

Friday 23 September
To Sunday 2 October
Irene Godfrey and Tracy Ward

New work by two very talented artists - etchings, paintings, drawings, ceramics.

Saturday 24 September
Cinnamon Press Launch of 'Lockdown' by Jane McLaughlin

Launching the winning poetry collection by Jane McLaughlin.

Friday 7 October
To Wednesday 19 October
Places of Pilgrimage

Wonderfully evocative works by Ian Scott Massey.
Meet the artist over drinks and nibbles Sunday October 9.
Ian Scott Massie's work is a pilgrimage to places with artistic interest - The Oxford Times
Review: Places of Pilgrimage, Masham Gallery - The Northern Echo

Tuesday 18 October
Dante's Divine Comedy with Graham Fawcett

The pilgrimage par excellence described and interpreted by Graham in his unique,erudite and illuminating style.
6.45 for 7pm start. £10 include drinks and a simple buffet

Friday 11 November
To Sunday 20 November
John Bangs, new works

Local painter John Bangs will be showing his latest works.
Meet the artist over drinks and nibbles Sunday November 13.

'Desert Island Poems' with Blake Morrison, December 3rd

Blake Morrison's Desert Island Poems (in no particular order) were: Dockery and Son (Philip Larkin), Daffodils (Ted Hughes), Marked with a D (Tony Harrison), Filling Station (Elizabeth Bishop), Touch (Tom Gunn), The Skunk (Seamus Heaney) and In the Time of "The Breaking of Nations" (Thomas Hardy).
The public vote went to Snow (Louis MacNeice), followed by Dover Beach (Matthew Arnold), Fern Hill (Dylan Thomas), The Sunne Rising (John Donne), Prayer (Carol Ann Duffy), Dulce et Decorum est (Wilfred Owen) and Daddy (Sylvia Plath).
All the poems were beautifully performed by Eva, Ian and Simon from Live Canon, and their director, Helen Eastman, dialogued with Blake Morrison about his and the public choices.

Our pictures, your words

We asked poets to respond to some of the artwork in the gallery. This is the outcome.

Paintings, Prints and Photographs
Ceramics
Glass
Jewellery
Cards and Books
Textiles

Find us

324 Creek Road, Greenwich, SE10 9SW
Turn right out of Cutty Sark DLR Station – we are opposite, on the other side of Creek Road.

We are open Tuesday to Sunday plus Bank Holidays from 11am to 5.30pm.

Hire us

The Gallery and Hothouse are great spaces, full of natural light in the day and atmospheric at night, excellent for displaying the widest range of artefacts and for holding talks, readings, meetings and classes.

The space can be hired as follows (no VAT is applicable):
The entire Hothouse: £25 per day for exhibitions by one or more artists, for a minimum period of nine days (Friday to the following Sunday, minus Monday).
For one-off or regular workshops, classes or events in the whole gallery: £25 per hour.

Please contact us at info(at)madeingreenwich.co.uk if you need more information or wish to book all or part of the space.