Brixton Library is hosting an exhibition of collages until 7 May by members of Collagistes Collective from around the world.
The collective is based on the idea that collage is an accessible art form that offers creative and therapeutic opportunities and benefits to individuals who may not consider themselves as artists in a traditional sense.
Specifically, the collective seeks to use collage as a way to address social problems by bringing communities together and enabling individuals to work together on creative projects.
So they will be offering social fabric initiative workshops alongside the exhibition.
For further information contact Tony Gohagan, the founder and creative director of the collective, on 07708 967605 or firstname.lastname@example.org