Communities are what make neighbourhoods so special, and here are the latest stories about what’s been happening in the areas Anthology has made home.
2017 has been a great year for us, and one of the real highlights for the team has been getting started on our newest project, Hale Works, in Tottenham Hale.
It’s a well-known fact that London does Christmas better than anywhere else. We’re thrilled to be working on our new homes across the capital, and as we get to know our new home of Wembley, we’ve found some of the very best Christmassy activities!
Looking for a new piece of art for your home or wanting to start an art collection? Nichole Herbert Wood from Second Floor Studios and Arts shares her advice ahead of hosting a Painting Open at no format Gallery…
To raise awareness of our next development, Anthology Wembley Parade, we will be visiting Wembley tomorrow (29th November) to give local residents, commuters and visitors the wake up call they need for a Wednesday hump day.
In this very special edition of our #HoxtonHotspot series, we are excited to be handing over the reins to some of the areas most esteemed critics, Shoreditch Park Primary School’s school council.
Recent graduates of the Painting, Drawing and Printmaking BA Hons at Plymouth College of Art were given a unique opportunity to exhibit their work at the no format gallery, at Anthology’s Deptford Foundry development.
One of the organisations at the heart of the Tottenham community is The Engine Room which was formed as part of the Hale Village regeneration back in 2013.
Our friends at Second Floor Studios & Arts (SFSA) have formed a new collaboration with one of the only two independent art colleges in the UK, Plymouth College of Art to showcase its emerging artists’ award-winning work.