W3 Gallery Getting Set To Reopen

High Street exhibition space relaunches with a show entitled Gather

W3 Gallery on Acton High Street
W3 Gallery on Acton High Street

After a long absence the W3 Gallery on the High Street is set to open for the first time this year.

The relaunch coincides with the annual harvest-time exhibition which is entitled ‘Gather’ and celebrates international and local artists responding to the theme of gathering, whether this be through food, community or culture.

Starting on September 16th, the gallery will showcase artists offering an imaginative interpretation and interaction with the environment, allowing visitors the opportunity to gain a new perspective on nature, whether urban or rural.

Still life, Robert BurrowsStill life, Robert Burrows

The show will be accompanied by a range of workshops and talks which explore nature in our city, ranging from family friendly photography workshops and mindful art session with MindFood, to an Urban Food night, Artists talks and Kitchen Pharmacy event.

All are welcome to open-door launch is on Thursday 16 September, 6.30pm - 8.30pm.

Find out more including about future events at the W3 Gallery by clicking here.

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September 9, 2021