London Civil RIghts and Art Centre

Meeting & Training rooms for hire in Bloomsbury – the heart of Central London

Located opposite the British Museum, the London Civil Rights & Arts Centre is making rooms available for hire at affordable prices. The spaces include:

The Gallery Room is available for training, meetings, workshops for up to 15 (fifteen) people. The space can also be mace available for small arts exhibitions

The Archive Room is available for small meetings for up to 6 (six) people

If the weather permits, you can use our Roof Garden that provides a spectacular view of central London.

We can also provide Lunches and light refreshments by prior arrangements — call us if you wish to book the space.

We also have small exhibiton space for up and coming artists. The Gallery Room aims to curate a series of exhibitions, performances and talks that explores the nature of our perception of race and civil rights in the UK. Currently, the Arts engages with issues of race and identity politics within the context of commercial and public galleries, or within art academia.

The Gallery Room is unique in that its practice is embedded within the civil rights profession, i.e. The Monitoring Group. This enables The Gallery Room to bring to the table, a perspective that is rooted in the experience of civil rights practitioners, activists, policy-makers, and ethnic minority communities. 2009

In 2009, The Gallery Room will host a series of events as follows:

4 – 25 Nov Jack Tan in collaboration with Min Quan, showing video and ceramics on experience of the Chinese in the UK.

11 Nov Conversations 3: A discussion about ‘ethnic art’ or ‘identity art’.

2 – 9 Dec Show by students from Hackney Community College.

9 Dec Conversations 4: A talk about arts and access in collaboration with OutreachRCA