The Keepers Open Up for an Art Exhibition

Image Credit: The Keepers

3-4 East Street SO14 Southampton

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www.thekeepersartists.org.uk

Thursday 06 December 2018 – Sunday 09 December 2018
Opening Hours: 1-6pm

The Keepers Artist Collective are opening their extraordinary creative space to the public for the first time for a fund raising art exhibition on behalf of a local charity, The Southampton Scrapstore.
Make sure you come down to see The Keepers at 3-4 East Street, Southampton on the 5th of December between 6.00 and 8.00 pm. The exhibition will include a varied range of work for sale, created by members of The Keepers Artist Collective.

The upcoming exhibition will aim to raise money for the Southampton Scrapstore, a local charity that collects reusable surplus, reject and waste materials from businesses thus saving them from going to landfill.  These materials provide resources for community groups, artist, crafters, schools, childminders, theatre groups, event organisers and more, giving the materials a new lease of life and using them for a wide range of creative activities.

The Keepers are looking forward to showing visitors both their artwork and their creative space at the exhibition and hope to raise much needed funds for the Southampton Scrapstore.

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