FOOD FOR THOUGHTS: A Charity Exhibition by @p.art.factory
A charity exhibition in support of The Trussell Trust – the UK’s main food bank.
Taking place on the 3rd and 4th of December in the crypt of Mercato Mayfair, the exhibition will showcase 20 awards-winning and emerging visual artists, with the aim to respond to the current food and rising living costs crisis in the UK. Ticket purchases via http://p-artfactory.com/
With more than 14 million people in the UK living below the poverty line, and the cost-of-living crisis growing, The Trussell Trust has received a 14% increase in requests for aid in the past year, with more than 832,000 food parcels being sent to children. With support needed more than ever, the necessity for food banks in the UK has increased by 81% in the past 5 years. While the cost-of-living crisis is affecting us all, it is having an intense impact on the households that were struggling to make ends meet even before the pandemic and before the rising costs that are growing today.
In collaboration with Mercato Metropolitano, Food for Thoughts is a group exhibition that features an eclectic mix of contemporary, colourful, affordable, and fun artworks that will support the community. 100% of the ticket sales, and 50 % of the artwork sales will be donated to The @trusselltrust
Sravya Attaluri, Kerry Bennett, Elena Blanco, Imane Bouhlou, D�aniel Cohen, Caroline Hillier, Kate Hipkiss, Freddie Jackson, Krystyna Khmil, Irena Klisko, Qianhui Lin, Julien Leflot, Ottoline Macllwaine, Kuda Mushangi, Kwabena Owoahene, Libby Pattison, Clare Pentlow, Ching Fun Tso, Naomi Vona, Janene Wuadby.
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