Welcome to Evewright Studio. In collaboration with Acme Studios and 'A Century of the Artist Studio' Exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery London, Artist EVEWRIGHT will be talking about his studio practice and his current work. This will be a rare opportunity to hear about the artist’s ongoing experimentation with colour and painting. And how he uses his studio to develop and explore lines of new artistic enquiry.
Acme provides affordable studios, work/live space and a programme of artist support across London. As the charity prepares for its 50th anniversary, this conversation, chaired by previous Acme Fire Station artist and Co-Founder of Conditions Matthew Noel-Tod, brings together Acme artists, past and present, including EVEWRIGHT, Gayle Chong Kwan and Nikhil Vettukattiland, to consider the concerns of artists working with studio-based practices today.
Artist EVEWRIGHT talks about his studio practice relocating out of London to the new ACME studios at High House Production Park and developing his new life drawing site specific installation 'One Hundred Black Women'
Evewright Arts Foundation (EAF) is a not-for-profit voluntary community organisation. We are passionate to seek out, find and preserve valuable untold stories from marginalised Black communities and present them in informal settings in an innovative and engaging way bringing hard to reach young and older generations together. We value the importance of our community telling their stories in their own voice. www.evewrightarts.org
Studio 007, High House Artist Studios, Artisan Way, Purfleet, Essex, RM191AS.