The Rose Theatre

exhibitions

12th May – 24th May 2016

Art of Caring at The Rose Theatre

http://www.rosetheatrekingston.org/

http://caringandcare.blogspot.co.uk/

the circle gallery space 24-26 High Street, Kingston-upon-Thames, KT1 1HL, United Kingdom.

 

Greetings, by Jina Wallwork, was included in the Art of Caring exhibition. This was a group exhibition of artwork that celebrates care and the act of caring. The exhibition was supported by  the School of Nursing at Kingston University.

http://www.kingston.ac.uk/events/item/2073/23-may-2016-the-art-of-caring-exhibition/

A full list of participating artists can be found at http://caringandcare.blogspot.co.uk/p/artists.html 

Photos of the exhibition can be found at https://goo.gl/photos/V6juB2DvGErYxpGL7

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