The Newfoundland community window is dedicated to exhibiting work by local art projects in our neighbouring area, to showcase the wealth of creativity taking place across a diverse range of media: from painting, sculpture, photography, crafts and design, poetry, writing and film-making.
Exhibitions will include a continually rotating programme that showcases inspiring work from schools, community groups, and art projects curated and managed by the Canary Wharf Group Community Team.
CURRENTLY ON DISPLAY AT NEWFOUNDLAND PLACE, LONDON, E14 4BJ, DAILY
A Season of Bangla Drama by Rehan Jamil – A Photographic Exhibition Marking the Festival’s 20 Year Anniversary.
"Seasons" is a stunning visual record to mark two decades of A Season of Bangla Drama. Photographs by Rehan Jamil paint a vivid picture of countless productions which encapsulate the enormous breadth of this festival. The themes covered have included human rights, women’s rights, freedom of speech, coming of age, self-identity and far more.
"20 Acts of Love"; this year's Festival focused on the theme of love in all its guises. Live plays, music, dance, walks, talks and exhibitions livened up venues across the borough with the return of this year's annual Season of Bangla Drama, which brought communities from across the Borough together to celebrate and discover new writing and performances.
If you are interested in exhibiting or would like more information about getting involved, please contact the Community Team’s Art Programme lead on: 020 7537 5123 or email at: email@example.com
- Panchadeepmala (Five Lamps to Light), Directed by Dr Ananda Gupta, performed at Brady Arts Centre.
- Birangona Women of War, Directed by Filiz Ozcan performed at Wiltons Music Hall.
- Putra, Directed by Rishi Banerjee, performed at Rich Mix.
- Protha Class, by Message Cultural Group, performed at Arts One Pinter Studio.
- Oggatonama Identity Unknown, by Udichi Shilpi Goshti UK Sangshad, performed at Brady Arts Centre.
- Piyar Alir Bhanga Mukh, by Bangla Connection, performed at Brady Arts Centre.