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The Wick Common Shop presents: Mini Exhibition

On Saturday 19th September, 12pm-6pm, the Wick Common Shop hosts a final exhibition and celebrates the Shop's six-month long residency in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The opening (and closing event) is part of the The Harvest Stomp festival, which is a new community festival being held at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to celebrate local growing and local produce.

The final exhibition is showcasing the final products from our residency artists including film, publications, poetry and photography.

Artists of the show: Andrea Nicholas De Montis, Joao Braganca Gil, Foxtrot Collective, Sara Karpanen, Henrietta Norton and Jude Rosen.

Poetry reading by Jude Rosen at 5.00pm.

The Wick Common Shop: BBQ in the Mobile Garden City

Come along on Wednesday 19 August from 4.30pm to 7.30pm to visit the Wick Common Shop's archive with a FREE BBQ at the The Mobile Garden City. The Shed invigilator and artist Sara Karpanen will be giving ‘shed tours’ and hosting a participatory art work for public.

Join for the BBQ, face painting, and a smoothie bike for you to make own fresh fruit smoothies. There will also be a community gardener there to answer any of your gardening questions. Please feel free to bring along your own picnics and refreshments.

For a six-month period the Wick Common Shop hosted events, workshops and exhibitions around the idea of the ‘Common Object’ at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The Shop’s current residency is in the Mobile Garden City.

Mobile Garden City was developed from an original concept and design ideas by Public Works and Somewhere. Groundwork London is managing the garden on behalf of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.