As a small charity funded entirely by grants and donations, we are really grateful for all of the support Art & Soul continues to receive both from organizations and individuals. There are lots of ways to support us, whether it's donating directly, raising money, or raising awareness for us.
We were delighted to have been the chosen charity for a group of students at Camberwell College of Art, University of the Arts London, when they came together to support a cause during their recent exhibition. The private view team of Skye, Bella, Tommi Dai, Tanya, Popea, Christy generously started a collection for us at the opening of their year two group show at APT Gallery in Deptford. With their help, Art & Soul have not only received a meaningful contribution, but a greater awareness of our profile amongst the many artists and art appreciators in attendance. With every penny Art & Soul receive going towards providing free, therapeutic arts activities for adults and young people to help improve their mental health, it's had a great impact and we are honoured to have been singled out.
A range of works from the Chiaroscuro exhibition
The students' exhibition, titled Chiaroscuro and which ran 5- 6 March 2022, formed an important part of their course of studies and the development of their artistic practice as they self-led on all the curation and install. From sculpture to painting to video art, see a wide range of their works here. Many thanks again and a big congratulations to the wonderful team on their hard work!
Here are a few ways you can help support us:
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Find out more at: https://www.artandsoul.org.uk/support-us
LR: Pictures of a Stream of Consciousness, Travis Barton, 3 photographic prints on metal; Our Automomotive Family, Tommi Dai Leigh Smith, digital drawing; Vaguely Appropriate, Petricia Bistran, oil on canvas; Inside and Outside, Jeremy Shen, Multi-media print; Tesseract, Guangze Xu, Acrylic, one-way film, projector; New Language III, Valentina Birrento Rodrigues, watercolour and ink on paper