Notting Hill Carnival Art Competition / Colville 1966 History Project

Carnival Captured: 5 Decades of Notting Hill Carnival in Art Competition Open to all ages for free with cash prizes. Celebrate the Notting Hill Carnival and its 5 decades with a piece of art. Enter your own work in any medium for a prize winning anniversary exhibition at the Tabernacle, Powis Square. 

Carnival Captured is set to be a stunning competition exhibition to mark 5 decades of the Carnival. Capture and express the essence, diversity and legacy of Europe's largest street festival in any way you like - photographs, film, sketches, drawings, digital art, canvasses, boards, collages, montages, art prints, publicity, 3-dimensional works, animation, kinetics, poetry...

All visual arts mediums, level of artist and new or earlier works welcome. Selected works will be exhibited at the Tabernacle. Entry deadline October 30 2016. Categories - under 11/11-17/18+ Prizes - £100/£200/£300 For further details - carnivalvillage.org.uk Enquiries - admin@carnivalvillage.org.uk - supported by the Carnival Village Trust, Arts Council England, RBK&C, the Tabernacle and Westway Trust.


Colville 1966 History Project Notting Hill Carnival/Fayre 50th anniversary exhibition at the Red Lemon (formerly the Pelican), 45 All Saints Road, September 27-October 9. Opening slideshow talk Tuesday September 27 6.30-8 pm.

1966 The Year the Decade Exploded in Notting Hill Part 3 also featuring the London Free School, Muhammad Ali on Tavistock Crescent, auto-destructive art on the Westway site adventure playground and Pink Floyd at All Saints church hall.

Part 4 at North Kensington Library on Saturday December 17 3-4 pm will also feature Brian Nevill reading from 'Boom Baby: the escape from 60s suburban culture' and Niall McDevitt on International Times, 66 films, fashion and music in the area, including 'Blow Up', 'Alfie', Lord Kitchener's Valet boutique, the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Beachboys, Cream and Cat Stevens' 'Portobello Road' song.

Standing at the Crossroads The Carnival 50th film 'Standing at the Crossroads', made by St Thomas' School pupils with Digital Works, is now available online via https://thekensingtoncreatives.wordpress.com/https://thekensingtoncreatives.wordpress.com/ 


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Welcome to the new Colville Ward
In December Parliament approved the new ward boundaries for the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea.

These changes affect Colville Ward. The new ward will not extend west of Ladbroke Grove and will extend south to include Longland’s Court,Chepstow Villas and Stanley Crescent.

The ward will retain three Councillors at the next Council elections on Thursday, 22 May. 2014.

This is also the date for the European Parliament elections.


 

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