Library Exhibitions

Centrepieces has exhibitions in Erith Library until 26th February, and in Sidcup Library from 5th March to 9th April.

Twelve Projects

The first eight of the Twelve projects are now complete. There are videos and pictures of the artworks on the web page for each project under the Twelve heading on the home page. Have a look to see what has been happening and the stunning outcomes.

Centrepieces is on Twitter

Centrepieces is now on Twitter! Click on the Twitter symbol on the home page to see our tweets, and follow us if you have a Twitter account.

Artwork in Hall Place Gardens

Centrepieces has entered into an exciting new partnership with Hall Place, and the Council will fund some temporary artwork to be created by Centrepieces’ artists in the gardens at Hall Place. 12 proposals have been agreed, encompassing a wide range of ideas and media. See the Twelve menu and the Workshops page for more details.

You can also read more about the projects in this leaflet: here

The first eight projects are now complete and there are videos and pictures on the individual web pages.

Saturday Opening and Workshops at The Lodge

The Lodge is open during the autumn on most Saturdays from 10am to 1pm for workshops and art facilities, but do check the website each week in case we change the opening hours.

Saturdays in February, 10am-2pm: Totem Pole workshops with Kim Campbell and Guy Tarrant, free. More information: Totem Pole Flyer

Please contact The Lodge if you plan to attend a workshop. New workshops will be announced as they are arranged.

If you are interested in taking on the running of a workshop then please
contact info@centrepieces.org or call the Lodge on 01322 554 589.

Some ideas that have been suggested or run recently include:

Cross Stitch, Indian Henna, Creative Writing, Mosaics, Crochet,
Knitting, Card Making, Encaustic Wax, Decoupage, Flower Pressing,
Tapestry, Jewellery Making, Rag Rugs, Spinning Wheel, Upcycling, Wreath Making, Tie and Dye, Origami.

Any other suggestions are welcome. Centrepieces is now able to pay its artists who are able to organise, obtain materials and lead workshops.