The London Group Spring 2020 Newsletter
Welcome to the latest edition of The London Group newsletter. 
There are more members than ever but we can't meet or exhibit. This newsletter provides one channel for the Group to keep communicating and we hope to hear from many more of you in future editions about your experiences in this extraordinary time. 
Message from Susan Haire PLG
I wish you all well in this troubling time. I dearly hope you are safe and comfortable. In one way we are lucky – making art has to be the best thing to be able to do in our isolation, both as being uplifting and giving succour while we do it but also affirming our belief in the integrity and richness of humanity in the face of this crisis. I hope this time passes quickly and members of The London Group family can gather again soon for our meetings and shows.
News, articles, and art
Welcome to our six new members!
Let’s introduce them and hear what it means to join The London Group
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In conversation with
Gill Ingham VPLG
by Claire Parrish LG
Our series on long-serving Group members continues with the brilliant Gill Ingham who needs no introduction.
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The London Group 1981
by David Redfern LG
There are now over 100 members in the Group which is a record. London Group archivist David Redfern looks back at 1981, a year which saw a bumper crop of new members.
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Surface noise
This season's online exhibition by Victoria Arney LG
Portrait of a gallery #1
Several LG members run their own galleries and groups. Tisna Westerhoff co-founded hARTslane and this article by Lauren Morris is about one of its recent projects.
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The Joy of Artist’s Talks
by Cadi Froehlich LG
Leaving the most recent session of artist’s talks which wrapped up the ImPerfectum show at The Cello Factory, I reflected on how nourished my brain felt. It felt wonderful.
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Portrait of a gallery #2
The Cello Factory
by Susan Haire PLG
Hosting 59 Group related shows in 12 years, thanks to extraordinary generosity of Susan Haire, The Cello Factory has become our home.
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Indoors living
Cultural institutions, online learning providers and creatives are making available free online content to help make staying in a lockdown more bearable.
Here are some free to access sites that might interest you.
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Forthcoming exhibitions
The Working Committee is continuing to meet and conquer the challenges of video conferencing. Dates for future shows have been planned but of course these are subject to change.
The London Group Open President’s Prize
August 12-18th, 2020, The Cello Factory
Paul Bonomini LG, Linda Simon, Maybelle Peters

The London Group Annual
October 16-22nd, 2020, The Cello Factory
The Draw 3
December 2020, The Cello Factory
The London Group
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