Artist, Katie Schwab, and her father Ed Emery are currently carrying out a one-month research residency.
Artist, Katie Schwab and her father Ed Emery have begun a one-month research residency. The residency will mark the first collaborative project between artist, Katie Schwab and her father Ed Emery, a writer, political activist and researcher who has been documenting labour struggles in the motor industry since the early 1970s.
In partnership with Procreate Project, The White House is offering a one-month residency to Wednesday Kim, a shortlisted artist of the Mother Art Prize 2018. Wednesday Kim is a multimedia artist whose work combines video, performance, installation, and sculpture, she will be in residence at The White House from 20th May to 21st June 2019.
In 2017 collective practice They Are Here were commissioned to transform the former car park behind The White House into a community garden. This year they have been working with local participants interested in gardening, permaculture and construction ready for the garden’s opening in spring 2019.
Upcoming Events at The White House
But It Doesn’t Make Sense! is a free poetry workshop exploring sense, nonsense, and poetry logic. Join us to experiment, share and create some brilliant new poetry.
It's been one year since the Sofa Slam first came bursting into our lives, and we're having an extra special slam to celebrate!
The White House presents Nanny Goat Common, a group show of photography by current students on the undergraduate photography programme at Barking & Dagenham College, in partnership with the University of East London (UEL).
Wednesday Kim will host a family friendly 3D collage Mixed Media workshop for Mothers and Children.