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Time art exhibition

Time is an art exhibition that aims to capture what it means to be part of the brain tumour community – from 5 April to 15 April 2023 at the Business Design Centre in London.

The exhibition will feature photographs, illustrations, paintings, scans and sculptures submitted by the community to help tell the stories of those affected by a brain tumour, as well as artwork from established artists and celebrities to help raise awareness of our mission to defeat brain tumours.

Time will be open to the public to help everyone better understand the journey taken by patients, loved ones, supporters, clinicians and researchers when they’re living with a brain tumour or supporting somebody who’s received a diagnosis.

Throughout the week we’ll be having a silent auction for some of the pieces being displayed with all proceeds going towards accelerating a cure. Visitors will be able to bid on the artwork via a QR code and the highest bidder will be contacted via email after the exhibition ends with details of how to collect their piece.

We’ll also be holding some special “A night with…” events featuring some of our well-known artists and high profile supporters. Follow The Charity on social media or subscribe to our newsletter for more information about these events when details are confirmed.

Some graffitti style artwork which says art is anything you can get away with

Time art exhibition

When – 5 April to 15 April 2023

Where – The Business Design Centre, Upper Street, Islington, London N1

Entry is free but there’s a suggested donation of £15

Tickets can be purchased from 1 December 2022 via our website and all donations will go to The Brain Tumour Charity.

How else can I get involved?

Although we believe everybody affected by a brain tumour has the ability to create something meaningful that we’d be proud to display at the Time exhibition, we understand that not everyone feels confident displaying their art publically.

If you’d like to support the exhibition without displaying your own art, you can:

  • loan us a piece of art you own for display during the exhibition
  • gift us something from your own art collection to be part of the silent auction
  • let any contacts you have in the art world know how they can get involved
  • recommend visiting the exhibition to people you know and share the event on social media
  • volunteer with us and support the event through the gift of Time – no pun intended!