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Dark Yellow Dot Art Exhibitions
Dark Yellow Dot Art Exhibitions
Dark Yellow Dot Art Exhibitions
Dark Yellow Dot Art Exhibitions
Dark Yellow Dot Art Exhibitions
Dark Yellow Dot Art Exhibitions
Dark Yellow Dot Art Exhibitions
Dark Yellow Dot Art Exhibitions

An exhibition in celebration of Black History Month 2018 featuring artwork that represents themes that aim to celebrate, honour and bring awareness to black culture and identity.

Local collage artists display their work in the Genesis Cinema Gallery in East London for an 8 week exhibition. 

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The London Drawing Group partnered with us to host a Drawing Prize for 2019 in which selected artists won £200 worth of prizes!

A solo exhibition in aims to high-five the whimsical and nostalgic nature of illustration featuring artwork by Italian Illustrator Franz Lang.

When popular media consistently portrays women through the lens of white, heterosexual, cis-gendered men, how can we avoid internalising it? What effect does this have on our view of ourselves and others? A number of local and international artists endeavour to answer these questions through various artistic mediums and styles.

Three young, local emerging artists win top prize in Dark Yellow Dot's second annual art competition delivered in partnership with one of East London's most vibrant arts Cinemas, The Genesis.

Suicide is the number one killer of men under 45 in the UK. There’s a stigma around seeking help as it’s viewed as a sign of weakness and loss of masculinity. We teamed up with Theatre Deli and a 10 artists to use visual art as a medium to talk about male mental health and what it really means to be a man.

Walthamstow's favourite pop-up shop and creative hub, Locus of Walthamstow, called upon Dark Yellow Dot to find a highly talented local artist for a full wall display lining during an tasty pop-up restaurant.

We gave one of London's best new up and coming embroidery artists, Chloe Amy Avery, the chance to exhibit her tasty looking artwork for one her first exhibitions.

Number 177 Bar from The Number Gallery, joined forces with Dark Yellow Dot to highlight the talent of 4 selected local emerging artists. 

Three young, local emerging artists win top prize in Dark Yellow Dot's first ever art competition delivered in partnership with one of East London's most vibrant arts Cinemas, The Genesis.

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