While the city continues to be a source of inspiration for painters in the 21st century, the conversation between Agnieszka Mlicka and Frank Creber reveals a reciprocal relationship in which painting in return responds to the urban condition and functions within its physical and social networks: as conversation, as public art, as place- making, as politics, as urban composition, as catalyst, as didactics, and as experience.Read More
Lord Mawson speaking in a Debate about how sport, recreation, and the arts contribute to wellbeing of society.
The Speech highlights my Painting and Social Art Programmes and describes them in relation to the connection between Art and the Health and Wellbeing of Communities in East London.Read More
Many murals and banner projects for health, charitable, educational and commercial organisations.
Offering an alternative to young people in ‘at risk environments’
A focus on creative skills, and completing public commissions rather than traditional youth work
The Walking On Water exhibition is a visual chronicle of this new emerging East London, its villages and neighbourhood’s, schools and universities, artist quarters, and centre’s for media, technology and science and its successful and diverse East End industries.Read More