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Friday 26 May - Monday 29 May 2017

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Fri, May 26, 2017 Sat, May 27, 2017 Sun, May 28, 2017 Mon, May 29, 2017
12pm - 9pm Room Mead Gallery

Room is an exhibition of installations, sculptures and photographs by international women artists, which variously explore ideas around architecture and the domestic environment - historically perceived as a female sphere of activity. Curated by Laura Lord from Sadie Coles HQ, London.

Free

10am - 4pm Create a Growing Model Town! Helen Martin Studio

We plan to transform the Helen Martin Studio from an empty studio into a sprawling metropolis but we need your help!

Drop in on Saturday or Sunday to design, make or draw your ideal dwelling or dream structure to add to our town. This is an event for all the family to get together and use their imaginations to design, create and build the dream.

Free drop in.

12pm - 9pm Room Mead Gallery

Room is an exhibition of installations, sculptures and photographs by international women artists, which variously explore ideas around architecture and the domestic environment - historically perceived as a female sphere of activity. Curated by Laura Lord from Sadie Coles HQ, London.

Free

10am - 3pm Create a Growing Model Town! Helen Martin Studio

We plan to transform the Helen Martin Studio from an empty space into a sprawling metropolis but we need your help!

Drop in on Saturday or Sunday to design, make or draw your ideal dwelling or dream structure to add to our town. This is an event for all the family to get together and use their imaginations to design, create and build the dream

Free Drop in.

12pm - 9pm Room Mead Gallery

Room is an exhibition of installations, sculptures and photographs by international women artists, which variously explore ideas around architecture and the domestic environment - historically perceived as a female sphere of activity. Curated by Laura Lord from Sadie Coles HQ, London.

Free