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We Built This City

June 14 @ 8:00 am - July 7 @ 5:00 pm

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the historic Stonewall Uprising, We Built This City has curated a month-long exhibition on Carnaby Street entitled ‘Creative Pride: Loud. Proud. Now’, showcasing and selling work from 12 of the most influential creatives from Queer community here in the UK.

The event includes an exhibition, shop and workshop series on Carnaby Street to showcase the creative talent of the LGBTQI+ community and raise money for Opening Doors London.

Partnering with the official Pride in London festival all intersections of the community are coming together to celebrate what it means to be queer today through illustration, ceramics, literature, photography and more. With a programme of events led by the artists themselves, members of the public can attend workshops, live art events and talks throughout Pride season to celebrate the LGBTQI+ community of the past, present and future!

We Built This City will be donating 10% of any sales made from the Creative Pride event to Opening Doors London – the biggest charity providing information and support services specifically for older Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans people in the UK.

Creative Pride Artists:

Josh McKenna, Dominic Evans, Ashton Attzs, Fredrik Andersson, Cherry Au Hon I, Sam Prentice, Danielle Gilbert, Cressida Djambov, Jack Oliver Coles, Bee Anderson, Ben Golik, Emily Witham

Event Listings:

14th June, 12-2pm – Bee Illustrates portrait drawing

19th June, 6-8.30pm – Fredde & Lenka queer mugs workshop

4th July, 4-8pm – Ear’ for change queer jewellery workshop

5th July, 12-6pm – Cressida Djambov temporary tattoo party

For full details of this event and associated activities, check out the website linked below.

Details

Start:
June 14 @ 8:00 am
End:
July 7 @ 5:00 pm
Website:
https://www.webuilt-thiscity.com/blogs/events/creative-pride

Venue

We Built This City
56B Carnaby Street
London, W1F 9QF United Kingdom
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