JOC Ceramics is a unique gallery located in the heart of historic Hampton, on the north bank of the river in West London. This progressive space combines the Jackson O’Connor Architecture studio with a ceramics gallery, showcasing a wide range of ceramic art and pottery.
KAOS is a group of artists living and working in the Kingston area. Our unfunded, voluntary group was set up in 2010 to raise the profile of & broaden access to the visual arts in Kingston. Each year we open our studios to the public during two weekends in the summer for the annual Kingston Artists Open Studios.
An American artist & writer living in London, Kate's practice includes painting, drawing, sound, film, installation, theatre, sculpture, plus social & experiential practice. Kate established Kate Howe Studios Ltd in Hampton Wick in 2020, and founded RuptureXIBIT in January of 2021.
The Kew Society, which is more than 100 years old, is an influential organisation dedicated to enhancing the beauty and character of Kew with its historic legacy of buildings and green spaces.
Kew Studio is a registered educational charity, founded in 1980 by artists, for artists, with the aim of encouraging a greater awareness of the visual arts and participation in the creative process. Kew Studio welcomes aspiring and established artists at all levels of experience.
The multi-award winning Kew Wind Orchestra is one of Britain’s top non-professional wind orchestras. Formed in 1984, it is renowned for its popular and challenging repertoire of symphonic, classical and jazz music. The band has played in top venues around the country and regularly tours in Europe.
A mixed-voice choir with ~120 members, rehearsing in Surbiton on Thursday evenings. New members welcome - there is a simple voice test. The choir usually puts on four concerts a year, two with full professional orchestra and professional soloists.
Most concerts are in Kingston Parish Church.
Founded in 1905, Gustav Holst & Ralph Vaughan Williams have in their time signed the Society’s attendance books. We sing for pleasure - new members welcome. We meet on the 1st Saturday of the winter months at St. Luke’s Church, Gibbon Road, Kingston, KT2 6AB, between 7:30pm - 9:30pm.