Monday 21 August 2023

New Chair and Secretary required

The Ashburnham Triangle Association is looking for a new chair and secretary to lead the ATA's local events and provide support in organising the annual ATA Street Party.

Would you be interested in getting involved?

Our Annual general meeting will be in October (TBD) if you would like to find out more.  Please email our current Chair if you'd like to attend or put your name forward for one of the vacant positions.

Monday 7 August 2023

Greenwich Open Studios 2023

Greenwich Open Studios was founded in 1978. For two weekends every year the individual studios of artists who live and work in Greenwich are open to the public. With exception of the lockdown year of 2020, it has been an annual event which profiles the very best of visual art in Greenwich.

​This year's Greenwich Open Studios will take place on Sat/Sun 9/10th September and Sat/Sun 16/17th September. 

29 artists will be taking part this year and leaflets with details will be coming through your door at the end of August. You can find the leaflet here.

Local Ashburnham Triangle residents Jenny Bailey & Caroline Nuttall-Smith will be showing their ceramics with four other members at Greenwich Park Centre, Main Hall, King George Street SE10 8QB. 

Tuesday 1 August 2023

ATA History talk

The next ATA history group talk will be on Thursday 17 August at 7.30 in West Greenwich Library. Please come along and find out about Welsh journalist Gareth Jones who in 1931 exposed the famine in Ukraine and was murdered in 1935 aged 29. Our speaker is Triangle resident Matt Ginn.   

There are two connections with Greenwich. Jones’s aunt and biographer Margaret Siriol Colley worked at the Greenwich Seamen’s hospital during her career as a doctor and as a child our speaker, Matt Ginn, met the very elderly sister of Gareth Jones. She spoke to him about her mother’s time in the Ukrainian town of Hugheskova.