We are delighted to announce Intoart’s latest online exhibition.
From 22nd June to 22nd July on our Intoart Exhibitions website.
‘Distance Learning’ brings together artwork made during lockdown while the Intoart studio was closed.
Including the following artists:
Ntiense Eno-Amooquaye | Stanley Galton | Nick Fenn | Uduehi Imienwanrin | Kevin Jacobs | Samuel Jegede | Mawuena Kattah | Christian Ovonlen | Nancy Clayton | Philomena Powell | Lisa Trim | Andre Williams | Dawn Wilson | Clifton Wright | Ishaq Beckford
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We are proud to share our latest product collection, titled ‘A Tokyo Ryokou’ celebrating our trip to Japan and taking inspiration from the sights and sounds of the city.
See the full collection in the Intoart Shop
In 2019 Intoart designers travelled to Tokyo, Japan. The journey (Ryokou) gave each artist the opportunity to immerse themselves in a new visual language while navigating both the frenetic atmosphere of city life and the gentle tranquillity of Tokyo’s abundant temples and natural spaces.
Find out more about our trip to Tokyo here.
We are delighted to announce Spring Intoart’s new online exhibition
From 25th March to 7th May on our Intoart Exhibitions website.
Handpicked works from Intoart’s archive of over 2500 original artworks on the theme of Spring. Looking to the natural world for inspiration as new growth burgeons and blossoms.
With paintings, drawings and ceramics by:
Lisa Contucci | Ntiense Eno-Amooquaye | Stanley Galton
Uduehi Imienwanrin | Kevin Jacobs | Samuel Jegede
Mawuena Kattah | Christian Ovonlen| Yoshiko Phillips
Philomena Powell | Lisa Trim | Andre Williams
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We are excited to share news that Mawuena Kattah is one of ten artists selected to create new work for the British Ceramics Biennial’s (BCB) headline exhibition AWARD.
AWARD will form the focal point of the BCB festival, held in the China Hall of the original Spode Factory in Stoke-on-Trent this September.
‘This years exhibition platforms ambition and creative risk taking within the developing field of contemporary ceramics. It seeks to celebrate the talent and achievements of leading professionals who are pushing the boundaries of their individual practice and advancing contemporary ceramics practice’ (BCB). Continue reading “Mawuena Kattah Shortlisted for AWARD 2021 – British Ceramics Biennial”
New opportunities to join the Intoart Board of Trustees. We are seeking a new Chair and two trustees at a pivotal time of growth and development of the organisation.
Our board members are active in the arts; craft; design; learning disability, health & social care; commercial, public and voluntary sectors. We are looking for people who have a passion for the arts and working with people with learning disabilities towards positive social change. Continue reading “Join Intoart’s Board of Trustees”
Please follow this link to view the Intoart Annual 2020 on our new Intoart Exhibitions website.
The Intoart Annual 2020 is our first online exhibition. Presenting new work by seventeen artists made in the Intoart Studio throughout 2020, we are proud of the extraordinary breadth and quality of work on display. The exhibition is a testament to the commitment and creative drive of the artists we work with.
For Collect 2020, Intoart presents ceramic works by Mawuna Kattah and her new collaboration with textile practitioner Laura Slater. Their new series of unique textile works embody a strong sense of pattern, mark-making and narrative found in family and personal iconography culminating in large-scale, hand screen-printed linen works.
“Collect is the International Art Fair for Modern Craft and Design. With the aim to be showcasing the breadth of makers and making, the Crafts Council is proud to be supporting Intoart at Collect 2020.”
27 February – 1 March 2020
Thu 18.00-21.00 (Private View)
Fri – Sun 11.00-18.00
Strand, London WC2R 1LA
East, South & West Wings
More information and tickets HERE
For our 20th year, Intoart launch ‘Change Your Mind’ a programme of exhibitions and events taking place throughout 2020 in and around Peckham, South London. The programme will present The Room by Andre Williams, The Performance by Ntiense Eno-Amooquaye, The Meal by Mawuena Kattah, The Exhibition at Copeland Gallery, The Design Collection and The Intoart Annual.
The title of our 20th anniversary programme is inspired by the artwork ‘Change Your Mind’ by Andre Williams, whose striking text based works, including ‘It’s a Disaster’, ‘Hard Labour’, ‘Fun’ and ‘Glum’ challenge and entertain with unmatched efficiency and wit.
Our 20 Years programme is an invitation to celebrate artists and artwork that in the words of Andre Williams, really can ‘Change Your Mind’.
Find out more HERE
Intoart at 20 Years
Intoart was founded 20 years ago when co-founders Ella Ritchie and Sam Jones left art college and started the first ever Intoart project in Peckham, South London.
Our ambition then was to build a studio where people with learning disabilities have equality of opportunity to practise as artists. In 2020, based at our fully resourced art and design studio at Peckham Levels, we look forward to sharing work by artists who have built extraordinary bodies of work over many years and have led the way in driving the ambition of the organisation.
Intoart proudly invite you to an exhibition of artworks spanning ceramics, textiles, print, painting and works on paper by members of the Intoart collective made during 2019.
One Night Only – Special event
Tuesday 26 November, 6-9pm
Peckham Gallery on Level 5, Peckham Levels
The show marks the launch of our brand new product collection ‘Hungry For More’ with new homeware, apparel, prints and accessories.
Intoart Editions – Launch Exhibition
To celebrate our new HPV-60 Relief Press we are holding an exhibition of new prints and launching Intoart Editions.
Thursday 20 June
Peckham Levels, 95a Rye Lane, London SE15
Booking essential: email@example.com
Print editions will be on sale including new linocut, screenprint, mono and riso prints.
The purchase of the press was made possible thanks to the generous support and fundraising efforts of two sponsored bike rides by Ian Ritchie (Liverpool – Lille – Leige – London) Catherine Winn and Henry Young (London – Brighton).