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Alexandra Galleries Framing Clinic
Saturday 5 March 2011


Spring is in the air and at a time when house clearance and spring cleaning is top of most people’s to-do list Alexandra Galleries is offering to frame all those prints still rolled up in postal tubes and languishing on top of the wardrobe, and help get them on the wall where they belong.




Brixton Splash
Sunday 1 August 2010


Alexandra Galleries will be part of Brixton’s largest free community street event situated in the Peace Gardens, St Matthews Church (opposite the town hall).

Enjoy live music, poets, art exhibitions, street theatre, children’s activities and of course delicious Caribbean food as south London takes to the streets of this vibrant community.


 Admission Free

 Official Website (www.brixtonsplash.co.uk)




Alexandra Galleries at the Mayor’s Thames Festival
Saturday & Sun 11 & 12 September 2010


Following hundreds of applications for stalls at the Mayor’s Thames Festival 2010, Alexandra Galleries was one of the successful applicants chosen on the grounds of creativity, ethical sourcing and quality of display and will be located in the area of TATE Modern opposite St Paul's Cathedral along the river walkway.

Activities take place over the weekend on the River Thames, the riverside walkways, roads, bridges, docks and public open spaces from Westminster Bridge to Tower Bridge and beyond.

The festival is a stunning, free celebration of London and its river and it has become a key highlight in the city's cultural life. Its river and water-focused activities aim to inspire and excite and its extensive education programme involving some 300 schools hopes to increase interest in and appreciation of the river and its environment.

More information will be posted soon.


 Official website (www.thamesfestival.org/festival)





Call for Artist Submissions - Black History Month Exhibition
October 2010


An invitation to black female artist's

Alexandra Galleries seek opportunities for artists to present the cultural history of people from the Diaspora through exhibitions and displays which engages the wider community.

For more information and to submit artworks please contact Clem Richards.

To download Exhibition PDF please click here »