Pictures at Play Exhibition

Fancy a trip to East London to see some beautiful children’s book illustrations? Read on!

As some of you might already know, since I have already mentioned it somewhere here and on my Facebook page, I am one of the illustrators selected for the Pictures at Play Biennial Exhibition. This will be the first time ever that my work is exhibited anywhere.

This event is exclusive to SCBWI ( Society of Children’s Books Writers and Illustrators)  British Isles members and features some of the best illustrators of the region. I am so honoured to be featured amongst them. It’s a huge milestone for me.

To find out more about the event go to: https://britishisles.scbwi.org/events/pictures-at-play-biennial-juried-exhibition-2017/

You can also get more insight on : https://www.halfmoon.org.uk/whats-on/gallery/gallery/

Briefly what you need to know about the event is:

  • There will be a grand opening and an SCBWI talk for the exhibiting artists and industry professionals (28 September 2017).
  • There will be a sale of prints and books by the selected exhibitors
  • There will be workshops and events for children and families
  • And there will be a Christmas public arts and crafts fair on December 2nd 2017.

You can go see those beautiful pieces of artwork starting today, the 6th of September. The exhibition will close on the 3rd of January 2018.

Location
Half Moon Theatre , 43 White Horse Road – London,

And don’t forget to find my contribution to this event!

Pictures at Play - "Peekaboo !" Leila Nabih 2017

Pictures at Play – “Peekaboo !” Leila Nabih 2017

 

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