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THE HUNDRED CLUB NEXT SESSION 6TH AUGUST



 Throughout 2022 the Hundred Club will continue as an experimental creative space for using arts and play to explore social justice issues. It will meet monthly in and around Thamesmead, and for extended special ‘intensive’ workshops in the school holidays.

The Hundred Club is free and open to 6-12 year olds and their siblings, parents and carers.

We will meet at various venues this year, including Lesnes Abbey Lodge, Abbey Wood and The Nest in Cygnet Square, Thamesmead.

We’ll also be making more issues of the WAAAAH! newspaper, as well as other fun creative activities like screen-printing, designing, and speaking to special guests.  Once again, we’ll be asking the children what the important issues are for them.


Upcoming dates in 2022


Sat 6 Aug, 10am-3pm, Cygnet Square

Sat 13 Aug, 10am-3pm, Cygnet Square

Wed 24 Aug, 10am-1pm, Lesnes Abbey Lodge

Thurs 25 Aug, 10am-3pm, Cygnet Square

Saturday 24th Sept
10am-1pm, TACO! pop up space, Cygnet Square

Tuesday 25th,- Thursday 27th October
(3 day half term special)
10am -1pm, Lesnes Abbey Lodge

Saturday 26th November
times tbc, The Nest


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To register for your family’s place, please fill in this online form - or for more information please email Natasha - nb@taco.org.uk

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A family club, we ask parents and carers to stay for the sessions and get involved!
The Hundred Club is an experimental creative space for  using arts and play for children to explore social justice issues.

Led and faciliated by artist Ruth Beale the club is for families with 6-12 year old children, and their siblings, parents and carers. Through collaboration and hands-on activities members of the club  experiment and play through art and making, using these as an inspiration to imagine a more fair, just and equal society.

Ruth Beale is a London-based artist who works collectively and collaboratively, exploring the way culture, governance and social discourse create society. Her practice includes socially-engaged processes, as well as drawing, performance, film and installations. It includes the examination of institutions and grassroots organisations, from prisons to common land to schools. Libraries have been a particular interest, as litmus paper for attitudes to education and public services.

Recent projects include Library as Memorial, a book dedication project remembering Covid-19 victims with Brent 2020 Borough of Culture, The Free and the Unfree, a two-year commission with Mansions of the Future, Lincoln and incarcerated people at HMP Lincoln, and a Fungus Press public realm poster commission with Turf Projects, Croydon.


















TACO!


2 CYGNET SQUARE
THAMESMEAD 
LONDON
SE2 9EF


30 POPLAR PLACE
THAMESMEAD 
LONDON
SE28 8BB

Info@TACO.ORG.UK

REGISTERED CHARITY: 1196316  





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