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Art hits the streets - artists and venues

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Art Hits the Streets   After their highly successful exhibition in June, a selection of works by local artists will now be displayed in a variety of public spaces and places from schools and other community buildings to cafes and pubs, to make it more widely available and accessible.

Acton & West London College Students - collage

Tyrone Allert-Smith - paintings, life drawings

APPLE Arts - multi-media

Sarah Baulch - recycled textiles

Berrymede School

Chris Bogle - Space paintings, graffiti art

Abigail Boisot - paintings

The Bridge Project - graffiti art panels

Vinnette Campbell - photos

Descendants - photos

James Dixon - paintings

Carl Gabriel - carnival sculpture

Charles Gervais - photos

Trevor Grant - photos

GOB - t shirts

Hannah Hasiciimbwe - paintings

Marim Lavaf - paintings

Barbara Mullarney - portraits

Matshepo Motsoeneng - photos

Jacqui Murray - photos

Prafulbala Pamar - paintings
Rachel Pepper - photos

SASAC - textiles
Tony Sparks - paintings
Rukhsana Umar - paintings

Westcott Park Holiday Scheme - paintings
Simon Brewster 3D installation art

Art Hits the Street Venues
1.      Apple Art Block, East Acton Lane
2.      Acton Vale Community Centre, off Beech Avenue,   Acton Vale
3.      Asian Music Circuit, 33/34 Warple Way
4.      Acton Park Rangers Community Garden, Acton Park
5.      Trade Union Club, 33,High Street
6.      Acton Library, High Street
7.      Coffee etc , 135, High Street
8.      Golden Harvest Café, 3 Market Place
9.      The Oaks Art Screens, Churchfield Road
10.     Vanilla- 100 Churchfield Road
11.     Myrtle Road Community Garden & Mural
12.     The Rocket, Churchfield Road
13.     The Churchfield, Churchfield Road
14.     Westcott Park Community Centre, Ferguson Drive
15.     Leamington Park Community Centre, Seacole Close
16.     Acton & West London College, Gunnersbury Avenue
17.     Acton High School, Gunnersbury Lane
18.     La Virginie, 1, The Broadway, Gunnersbury Lane
19.     South Acton Skills and Arts Collaborative, Webb Court, Bollo Lane
20.     Tallo Information Centre,19, Hanbury Road
21.     United Anglo Caribbean Society, 23, Hanbury Road
22.     Bollo Brook Youth Centre, Bollo Bridge Road
23.     Oaktree Community Centre, Osborne Road
24.     South Acton Fitness Centre, 118, Hardy Court, Bollo Bridge Road
25.     Acton Community Forum, 112-114, Hardy Court, Bollo Bridge Road

Acton Arts Forum  was established in 2003 as the cultural and artistic focus for Acton Arts organisations and artists.    It is open to all with an interest in developing the Arts in Acton.    We foster and promote the Arts, encouraging the development of the cultural and social heritage of Acton’s diverse communities.

October 10, 2007