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.
We take great joy in working with people who want to celebrate the capital and all it has to offer, just as much as we do. Deptford born and bred artist Steve Burden is a prime example, and he is soon to open his show at the no format gallery.
We would like to wish everyone a warm welcome into 2018 and hope you are all kicking off your New Year in the best way! In our latest #DiscoverDeptford instalment, we are giving you a head start for jumping on the fitness bandwagon this January.
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…
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.
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.
It is not just local art and artists that Deptford is renowned for – the area is fast establishing itself as a destination for those more partial to a plant based diet.
Jenny Wiggins, artist, creator and illustrator will be showcasing some of her work in the no format gallery space from the 3rd - 5th November 2017.
Do you live in Deptford? Do you often socialise in the area? If so we want to see what you get up to, from hanging out at your favourite places to eat and drink, to enjoying the hidden gems for entertainment and activities.