Unity: the art of togetherness

Sexism, transphobia, hate crimes, persecution, genocide, war, bombs, terrorism, prejudice, famine, land-grabbing, closed borders, riots, corruption, Brexit, Trump, climate change, extinction. These words plague our every-day lives, and we need to change it. But in a world so divided, having hope for the future can be difficult. That’s where we come in.

What does unity mean to you? This is a question we had artists from all over the world explore in the form of illustration, photography, sculpture, film, and music. Join us at UNITY: the art of togetherness and navigate your way through a unique collection created by artists from across the globe, and from all walks of life. You will learn about incredible acts of resistance and unity in the face of over-whelming adversity, and be reminded of the incredible things we can achieve when we work together.

With our premium tickets, you will also have the chance to watch an exclusive screening of The Staging Post, a documentary following the development of Cisarua Refugee Learning Centre, Indonesia.

Join us to fight for a united world. Book your tickets in advance as spaces are limited. The exhibition is open from 12pm to 8pm and The Staging Post will be screened at 6:30pm. Standard tickets- £8. Premium tickets- £15.

All profits go to Child.org, an international children's charity using sustainable, data-led programmes to break down barriers to education for children in some of the world's poorest countries.

Tickets

  • A standard ticket for anyone under the age of 15.
    £5
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  • Access to the exhibition and silent auction.
    £8
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  • Access to the exhibition and silent auction, PLUS an exclusive screening of The Staging Post. A glass of champagne and canapes are included. Only 16 available, so get them fast!
    £15
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  • Get access to the exhibition and documentary screening for 2 adults and 2 children (younger than 15).
    £40
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