Pop-up Arts Charity Moves into Hammersmith's Riverside

Uthink pdp offers programme of creative classes open to all this spring

Arts based charity Uthink pdp - short for People Developing People - has moved into an empty building on Hammersmith's Riverside.

Uthink pdp, which provides affordable studio space, workshops and exhibitions for artists of all disciplines has moved into the Riverside building, off Fulham Palace Road for its spring residency.

The charity is now lining up traditional, installation and performance art in the four storey building, which was formerly home to an advertising company.

The programme for the next three months includes classes covering a wide range of subjects including drawing and painting, filmmaking and creating home-made cards and polymer flowers. There are also storytelling business book camps aimed at local start ups.

You can find the full programme, including classes by abstract artist Kamila Krzyzniak. pictured above, here.

In addition, everyone is welcome to pop in to the building and have a look around. The charity says there are artists-in-residence working most days, including painters, a fashion designer, film makers and musicians.

The building has also been made an official venue for events during HF ArtsFest, and Uthink is urging local people to volunteer to help with stewarding and showing guests around.

Find out more at Uthink's website.

April 27, 2018