Now in its second year, Kensington & Fulham Open Studios features 55 participants in 30 unique spaces for you to experience the art in the very space it was created.
The open studios include an array of different talents – from jewellers, painters and potters, to photographers, print-makers, sculptors and milliners – so whatever your taste, there promises to be something for everyone.
The V&A’s Community Artist, Constantine Gras will also be opening his flat at 7 Shalfleet Drive (W10 6UF) and is interested to hear your memories of social housing from the 1960s and 70s. He will be open from 11am-6pm between the 11-12 October. If you wish to share anything – be that a memory or an object – either bring it during the Open Days or contact Constantine in advance at email@example.com.
For a taster of what’s on show across the area, you can pop in to the group exhibition at the Chelsea Gallery on King’s Road between 7th-19th October, meaning you can sample works before planning your visits to see your favourites.
Entry to all venues is free.
For more information, including artist profiles please visit the Kensington & Fulham Open Studios website.