Thursday 6th June

Bring a Record / Reggae Heritage Exhibition

‘The Bush’ has a legendary association with Reggae past and present with characters to match and Peckings Studio One at the centre. BassCultureUK are bringing parts of their amazing exhibition about Jamaican music in London and UK to West London's most legendary record shop. Drop in to see pictures, posters and flyers on display AND come and share your own connection: bring a record, flyer or memory and talk about it, join the open-decks and play your favourite tune with us. A joint project by Peckings/Outerglobe/BassCultureUK. Exhibition is open all week at Peckings Record Shop Bring a Record/Open Decks with Debbie Tuesday 4th, Wednesday 5th 3 til 7pm at Peckings
Tuesday 4 June - Friday 7 June, 3pm - 7pm
Peckings Studio One

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.
Throughout the festival, 1 - 9 June, 9am - 5pm
Hepsibah Gallery

Arts and Crafts for All

From painting to mosaics, to creating with fabrics, come and try our exciting new arts activity! All abilities welcome and all arts materials supplied!
Thursday 6 June, 1.30pm
Invention Rooms Cafe

Masbro Elders Art Group

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

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! We present art from the talented residents of our sheltered Housing scheme in Sycamore House and John Betts House. Join us for a cup of tea and enjoy the colourful world of local artists.
Open throughout the festival 1 - 9 June 9am - 5pm
Pekoe Mellow Tea House