Portraits and four great events at Muse

Portraits, life stories and recipes from 31 strangers met in the streets of London will be on show at The Muse Gallery next week. All the photos are from the book Slices of Life by Italians Elia Romanelli, Piero Vereni and Ottavia Castellina It’s on from Friday, 4th March – Sunday 20th March. Running alongside the exhibition will be a series of free events for anyone who is interested, you just have to make sure your name is down.

On 3rd March  6.30pm – 9.00pm Private view + Book launch + performance called Anthromixology: the act of understanding anthropology through cocktails by anthropologist-barman Gareth Clayton.

Saturday, 12th March, 2.00pm will be Preserving Stories. Jam making and storytelling event by fine art mix media artist Federica Dalla Vecchia and then

Saturday, 12th March at 4.00pm Slices of Notting Hill walk exploring food, history and culture of Notting Hill by qualified tour guide Claudia Colia (the tour will start and end at the gallery) for both events booking is required and there are only 20 places. You can reserve one by emailing  [email protected]

Sunday, 20th March, 1.00pm Sunday Feast. Notting Hill dwellers and friends are invited to have lunch in the gallery bringing a dish of their choice to share. There will be music by jazz singer Ilaria Mare. Don’t forget The Muse doesn’t have standard opening hours, it’s open Thursday – Sunday, 12pm – 6pm. themuseat269

 

 

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