A4D Gallery

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A4D Charity Beneficiary – The London Invitational Art Contest & Exhibition 2020

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The London Invitational Contest & Exhibition 2020 is organised by Galeria Moderna, an online gallery that prides itself on setting up exciting city-based art contests. Last year’s London Invitational Contest selected twelve winning artists whose works made up the ‘Invitational Art Exhibition’. The chosen works are now available for sale and a tremendous 20% will be donated to Arts 4 Dementia!

A4D Inspirations from the Science Museum Medicine: The Wellcome Galleries, January-February 2020
(Photography by Jennie Hills, © Science Museum Group)

A4D Sensory Storytelling Through Illustration at House of Illustration, Autumn 2019 (Jon Holloway)

A4D Best Practice Networking Forum for Arts Practitioners at Barbican Centre, 25 October 2019

A4D Singing as a Chorus with Songhaven and Hampstead Parish Church, Spring/Summer 2019

A4D Textile Design with Rosetta buy alprazolam for cheap Arts, Spring/Summer 2019 (Jon Holloway)

A4D Ballet Workshop Programme at the Royal Opera House, Autumn 2018 (Jon Holloway)

A4D Poetry Workshop Programme at the National Poetry Library, Southbank Centre, Summer 2018 (Jon Holloway)

A4D Ceramics Workshop Programme at the Garden Museum, Lambeth, Autumn 2017 (Jon Holloway)

A4D #ArtTheBestMedicine, December 2019

In December 2019, Arts 4 Dementia launched a social media campaign which brought together a range of artists from around the country working across different art forms. More than 60 artists (with a combined following of over 200k!) took part. The campaign intended to raise awareness of the importance of arts interventions for people living with dementia and their carers. #ArtTheBestMedicine. Have a look at what some of the artists produced here.

A4D Royal Parks Half Marathon Team, 13 October 2019

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Photos by Jon Holloway.  Only to be used with permission and with credit to the photographer and Arts 4 Dementia or other organisation as may be indicated.