I doubt anyone will be disappointed to hear that tomorrow is officially the first day of spring (if only the weather was an accurate reflection of this). Store Street has got a range of events for a host of interests this season, from architecture and art, to music and our wonderful capital. Here’s some top picks:
Treadwell’s continues it’s much-loved workshops, talks and open circle sessions, and this spring will be holding meditation sessions for mind, body and soul. If any of these take your fancy, get booking now because the events fill up fast.
As Spring arrives, so does nature
Store Street Gallery is showing an exciting new exhibition this spring. ‘Forces of Nature’, by talented artists, Claire Wiltsher and Hester Berry, is inspired by nature and uses very thick, impasto oil paint to achieve great levels of atmosphere and energy. The exhibition is available to view from 13th April – 23rd May.
The NLA offers an insight into London’s future
New London Architecture is hosting two insightful talks this spring; if you’re curious about Crossrail book in to its breakfast talk on Thursday 16th April, discussing the engineering and innovative construction methods that Crossrail has brought to the force. On Tuesday 21st April they’ll be exploring the future of London’s commercial buildings with increasing rents and changing EPC regulations. Hear from architects, developers and industry experts at this half-day conference. For tickets visit the website <insert>
Save our trees with The Building Centre
London may have one of the largest green-space-to-person-ratios in the world, but trees in our city are under threat. The Building Centre is hosting a workshop to demonstrate how planners, architects, and engineers can overcome threats to the urban forest. For more information and to book this event, click here.