32 John Adam Street
Tuesday 11 to Saturday 15 June, 2019
Times: 10am to 6pm
ART on the Mind: an exhibition and online auction raising money for the work of Cardboard Citizens featuring work by Sir Anish Kapoor CBE, Sir Antony Gormley OBE, Charlie Calder-Potts, Charming Baker, Harland Miller, Ian Davenport and many more.
Bidding for the auction is online at Paddle 8 until 19 June – https://paddle8.com/auction/cardboard-citizens
Full list of artists who have donated to the auction:
Abigail Bowen, Alan Fears, Alan Newnham, Andy Burgess, Andy Lovell, Angela Robinson, Ann Gardner, Ann-Marie James, Beatrice Brown, Carne Griffiths, Carrie Reichardt, Cathie Pilkington, Charlie Calder-Potts, Charlotte Keates, Charming Baker. Chris Levine, Chris Marshall, Christine Percy, Dan Pears, Dave Allen, Dean Hughes. Derrick Santini, Epoh Beech, George Percy, Gideon Rubin, Graeme Messer, Graham Swift, Harland Miller, Howard Tangye, Ian Davenport, Jack Milroy, Jeremy Deller, Julie Verhoeven, Kim Noble, Kristjana S Williams, Lisa Wright, Liz Harrison, Meredith Ostrom, Nick Gentry, Nick Walker, Patrick Hughes, Paul Bellingham, Pure Evil, Ray Richardson, Sir Anish Kapoor, Sir Antony Gormley, Stephen Buckley, Taina Pearson, Toni Cogdell, Trish Wylie, Victoria Topping, William Pye, Willy Russell.
About Cardboard Citizens:
Cardboard Citizens is an award-winning theatre company and one of the world’s leading practitioners of Forum Theatre. They toured across hostels, day centres and prisons for more than 25 years, bringing theatre to the most marginalised in society. Through bold and immersive theatre, Cardboard Citizens break down conventional divisions between audiences and performers. Past productions include the critically acclaimed Cathy at Edinburgh Festival and Soho Theatre, Home Truths at the Bunker, the Evening Standard Award-winning Mincemeat, Pericles and Timon of Athens (with the RSC), The Beggar’s Opera (with the ENO), The Lower Depths and A Few Man Fridays.
Cardboard Citizens runs a membership programme for homeless, ex-homeless and at risk people, offering free workshops, information, advice and guidance, training and qualifications. Its Citz National Residencies reach vulnerable people across the country, exploring the barriers they face and identifying solutions, through fun, creative workshops.