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Junction 7 Creatives
@ 17 Town Square

Next open:

Sat 28 August
11am-4pm

See you soon!

 

SUMMER HOLIDAYS @ JUNCTION 7!!

Art Class
Boy Coloring

Pop in to 17 Town Square, Stevenage, during the summer holidays - to do some drawing, scribbling or colouring, see some art and have FUN in the town centre!

 

We're FREE and FRIENDLY and can't wait to welcome you!

 

Keep an eye on our website - and our window - for opening times each week.

We also have some free drama, music, arts & crafts workshops starting in August - check out our 'Events' page for more details!

Get CREATIVE with Junction 7 this summer!

THE HEART OF A TOWN
LIES IN ITS PEOPLE

Opening exhibition - May - September 2021

Yarnbow
Yarnbow

A rainbow of wool - or 'yarnbow' outside Junction 7 Creatives

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Artwork by Marilyn Comparetto
Artwork by Marilyn Comparetto

Artwork by Marilyn Comparetto at Junction 7 Creatives

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Artworks at Junction 7 Creatives
Artworks at Junction 7 Creatives

Artworks at Junction 7 Creatives

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Yarnbow
Yarnbow

A rainbow of wool - or 'yarnbow' outside Junction 7 Creatives

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Junction 7 Creatives is transforming 17 Town Square, Stevenage into a new arts space for the town. It will be a place to discover, create and enjoy art, music, creative writing, dance and more...

We are opening with a celebratory, community art exhibition - 'The Heart Of A Town Lies In Its People' (Stevenage's motto).

All of the artworks featured in the exhibition are by people who live in and around Stevenage - from age 7 to 75 and all levels of experience. If you'd like to see your creations in our space, please pop in, complete our form, or email info@junction7creatives.co.uk. You can also call us on 01438 487017.

Enjoy stepping inside to pause, breathe and be inspired...we will be there to welcome you...

Alongside the artworks, our CREATIVE KITCHEN is a space to scribble, draw, colour and more!

We look forward to meeting you at 17 Town Square soon!

Huge thanks to Stevenage Borough Council, Stevenage Cultural Forum and all contributors for their support making this exhibition happen.