Kingsgate Workshops Open Studios 2013



Preview: Friday 27 September 6 - 9pm

Saturday 28 - Sunday 29 Sept, 12 - 6pm


56 artists and makers opened their doors to reveal a wide range of exciting and wonderful artworks and signature pieces. Visitors could come and explore the winding corridors of our vast labyrinthine space and it's fascinating and mysterious history. Food, drink and a series of artist led workshops for all ages were on offer!


Artists included;


Gunizi Amirak, Alex Baker, Lucy Baxandall, Vladimir Bohm, Chris Bramble, Golrokh Broumandi, Christie Brown, Beverly Bryon, Steve Buck, Daphne Carnegy, Robert Chilcott, Melanie Clews, Angela Cork, Linda Dangoor, Maria Donato, Jan Dunning, Simon Fleury, Melissa Harman, Rohan Harris, Soa J Hwang, Davina Jackson, Alan Johnson, Rebecca Anne Johnson, Wynn Jones, Kaz, Deirdre King, Anne Leigniel, Tina Leslie, Anastasia Lewis, Susan Light, Emmanuelle De La Lubie, Yvonne McGuinness, Tom Milnes, Kevin Muscat, Yana Naidenov, Emma Neuberg, Marcus Orlandi, Claire Partington, Theresa Patemen, Simon Periton, Polly Pollock, Lynnet Pready, Naori Priestly, Marie-Therese Ross, Lou Rota, Si Sapsford, Yuki Sasakura Assister, Sarah Scampton, John Slade, Eva Swiderska, Andrew Tomlin, Josie Warshaw, Tom Wilkinson, Erika Winstone, Gajan Yogaranandan.




Weekend Activities


Children's Making Musical Instruments Workshop

Free | Saturday 28th Sept and Sunday 29th Sept, 2pm - 5.30pm | Studio 6 - 8 with Alan Johnson


For children aged (approx) 3 to 6 yrs old, making simple drums, shakers and stringed instruments which can be decorated. For children aged (approx) 6 to 10 yrs old, making a simple harp or a thumb piano which can also be decorated. All the materials required will be provided. Children will need to be accompanied by a parent or carer.



The Walls of Colour

Free | Saturday 28th Sept and Sunday 29th Sept, 2pm - 5.30pm | Education Building | Marion Mainstone & Beatriz Petri


The Walls of Colour is a collaborative oil painting project organised by Marion Mainstone & Beatriz Petri. The artworks created will be exhibited as part of a large scale display, amounting to five metres sq, to be housed in the new Brent Civic Centre, November 2013. All materials will be provided.