Faiths Together in Lambeth:  Calling all artists!

Written by on June 7, 2016 in Art, Community, Culture - Comments Off on Faiths Together in Lambeth:  Calling all artists!

Local charity Faiths Together in Lambeth will be selling donated artwork at this year’s Lambeth Country Show to raise vital funds for interfaith work within the community.

Discussion over a meal at the Caribbean Hindu Temple in Brixton Hill, organised by Faiths Together in Lambeth

Discussion over a meal at the Caribbean Hindu Temple in Brixton Hill, organised by Faiths Together in Lambeth

Faiths Together in Lambeth (FTIL) are calling out to all artists, amateurs or professionals, to donate artworks on the theme of ‘Living Together in Harmony’ and welcoming artworks in any medium, with the only limitation being the size of the stand.

All artworks donated will be sold to raise funds for the work of the charity and need to be submitted to the charity’s Lambeth office by Saturday 2nd July.

The theme ‘Living Together in Harmony’ was selected to highlight the mission statement for the charity, which works to promote religious harmony for the benefit of the public, improving knowledge and facilitating mutual understanding and respect of the beliefs and practices of different religious faiths. 

FTIL group visit to the Nichiren Buddhist Centre in Central Brixton

FTIL group visit to the Nichiren Buddhist Centre in Central Brixton

If you’re not an artist, but would like to support Faiths Together in Lambeth and the important work they do, you can donate online.

How to donate your artwork:

Post your artwork to Faiths Together in Lambeth, 24 Holmewood Gardens, London SW2 3RS.

Make sure you use a special delivery option to ensure your package arrives safely and make sure you include your name and contact details so FTIL can let you know how much your artwork raised.

Or

Deliver your artwork directly at our address (as above).
Email or call FTIL to arrange a suitable time for your delivery on ftil@hotmail.co.uk or 07889 221 847

Please note, any artist can take part but children and young people must have the support of an appropriate adult to do so.

 

 

 

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A lover of high art, low art and everything in between, Ruth loves an excuse to meet artists and unravel the stories of Brixton today. Ruth specialises in interviewing artists, makers, comedians and performers for the Blog and the Bugle, as well as profiling our architecture, pubs and places of historical significance.

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