Sunday 2nd June

All Love - Kirtan Festival

Join us for this special all-day Kirtan chanting in aid of the homeless Kirtan. This all day, all for love festival will run over 10 hours with over 20 inspirational leaders, including Nikki Slade and Sivani Mata Francis with Tabla Tom.
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Sunday 2 June, 10am - 8pm
Re:Centre
£25-£30

Live Window Painting by local artist Hanna Whiteman

Come and watch local artist Hanna Whiteman paint a beautiful floral artwork on the front window of Bears Ice Cream Company!
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Sunday 2 June, 12pm-3pm
Bears Ice Cream Company
Free

Big Red Bus in Bishops Park

The Big Red Bus visits Bishops Park in Fulham
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Sunday 2nd June, 12 - 4pm; Thursday 6th June 2 - 5pm
Bishops Park
FREE

HF ArtsFest X Huddle exhibition

Come and view local artists' work at Hammersmith's newest co-working brand Huddle! Open throughout the Festival.
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Saturday 1 and 8 June & Sunday 2 and 9 June: 12 - 4pm; Mon - Fri 12 - 3pm (times subject to change, pls check before visiting)
Huddle
Free

You and I exhibition by Katya Kan

An exhibition of drawings based on the collaborative virtual relationship between artists Katya Kan and Ed Fornieles.
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Saturday 1 June - Saturday 8 June
Hammersmith Library
Free

Yvette

Evie is thirteen and lives in Neasden with her Mum. She wants to tell us about something… her crush on Lewis, trying to be a woman, hello kitty underwear, and her personal battle with body hair. She wants to make us laugh – she’s good at it. She wants to tell us something, but she daren’t let it out.
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Saturday 1 June - Tuesday 4 June, various times
Bush Theatre
From £10

The Periodic Table Banner Project

Happy 150th Birthday, Periodic Table! Emma Davis of Riverside Artists Group and local families celebrate the Periodic Table on street banners outside White City station. Unmissable!
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Throughout the festival
White City underground station
Free

Capture Hammersmith Competition 2019

Hashtag your photograph of W6 using #capturehammersmith for a chance to win £500!
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Throughout the Festival
Hammersmith

Buzz from the Bush Interactive Exhibition

Experience the stories of Shepherd's Bush like never before! All you need is your phone to get buzzing!
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Ongoing throughout the festival; launch events on Saturday 1 June at 3pm and 4pm
Bush Theatre
Free

Art Elements 2

Following the smashing success of Art Elements 1 from 2018, The Bhavan brings us Art Elements 2, an international group exhibition curated by Dr. Supriya Dudhal
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Saturday 1 June - Monday 3 June, 11am - 6pm
The Bhavan
Free

Color Motet - In No Other Is My Hope

Austin Forum is delighted to exhibit Color Motet, inspired by the musical composition - or motet - Spem in Alium (“In No Other Is My Hope”). The video installation is a work by Mark Dean, artist and Anglican priest. Projected onto Julian Stair’s monumental altar at St Augustine’s Catholic Church in Hammersmith, the work continues the artist’s exploration in recent years of the liturgical potential of his work.
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Saturday 1 June - Sunday 9 June. Opening times: Monday - Friday: 9am to 11.45pm / 2pm to 7pm, Saturday: 10.30am to 11.45pm / 2pm to 5.30pm, Sunday: 2pm to 6pm
St Augustine's Church
Free

Crafting a culture to save our planet - workshop and art show

Art Exhibition on sustainable art and fashion & Workshop: Help the earth through craftsmenship and art: Bring old magazines, fallen bits of nature or old item of clothing to workshop with artists who are up-cycling and innovating products that work in harmony with nature! Witness a live art pieces and demonstrations from sustainable fashion industry professionals throughout the week.
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Saturday 1st June: 1 - 5pm, Sunday 2nd June: 11 - 5pm - drop in
Terra Hale, Shepherd's Bush Market & Old Laundry Yard
FREE

Fearon Gold Art exhibition

This is the new exhibition of local in residence portrait artist Fearon Gold. Come along and see the exciting new hat designs as well as Fearon himself painting and drawing throughout the day.
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Throughout the festival, 1 - 9 June, 9am - 5pm
Hepsibah Gallery
Free

Steve Forbert

Singer-songwriter Steve Forbert returns to the stage with his brash-yet-sensitive take on songwriting!
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Sunday 2 June, 7.30pm
Bush Hall
£22 + booking fee

Masbro Elders Art Group Exhibition

A multimedia exhibition of work by the Masbro Elders Art Group.
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Open throughout the festival, 1 - 9 June, 9am - 6pm
The Masbro Centre
Free

Make a plate workshop

Learn how to make a decorative plate out of clay by pressing into plaster moulds, adding texture and painting with coloured slips to make your own unique handmade plate!
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Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 June, 10am - 6pm
Studio Lloyd Rena
£20 adults, £10 children/concessions

A walk from Putney Bridge to Furnival Gardens

This walk looks at the rich history, architecture and stories of the river Thames and surrounding area. To book a space and find out more details, email john.goodier7421@btinternet.com. There will be a £5 donation collected on the day.
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Sunday 2 June, 2.30pm
£5

Hammersmith United Charities - Artists in Residence

This year Hammersmith United Charities partners up with Pekoe Mellow Tea House in beautiful Brackenbury Village for an art exhibition! Join them for a cup of tea and enjoy the colourful world of local artists.
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Open throughout the festival, 9am - 5pm
Pekoe Mellow Tea House
Free