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Friday 23 August 2019 until Sunday 25 August 2019

Divergence - an art exhibition in aid of Solace Women's Aid

Launch event Thursday 15 August 7.00pm to 11.00pm
Then Fridays 16 and 23 August 4.00pm till midnight, Saturdays Thursday 17 and 24 August midday till midnight, Sundays 18 and 25 August midday till 8.00pm
Goodness Brewing Company, 5a Clarendon Yard, N22 6TZ  

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Divergence is an exhibition that's been curated by Lottie MacAskill, a local fine art student who wants to showcase the work of young women breaking onto the art scene and to raise awareness for Solace Women's Aid. Sixteen young women are exhibiting and many of these have created new work specifically for the exhibition. They will all be donating a percentage of any sales from the exhibition to Solace Women's Aid.

The exhibition is kicking off with a launch event at our site on Coburg Road on Thursday 15thAugust 2019 7.00pm to 11.00pm.

The Goodness Brewing Company
Unit 5a
Olympia Industrial Estate (Clarendon Yards)
Coburg Road
N22 6TZ

Work will remain on display at the site for two weekends until Sunday 25thAugust.

Opening times are:
Fridays 4.00pm till midnight
Saturdays midday till midnight
Sundays midday till 8.00pm

The Goodness Brewing Company creates beers with a focus on quality, flavour, balance and drinkability. As a business we strive to have a positive social impact, promoting inclusivity and using our amazing space to support people who want to share their music, art, learning and positive activities with others. We first connected with the pubic when we opened our container bar in summer 2018 and our taproom/event space finally opened earlier this year in May 2019. Our beers are available at our taproom on Coburg Road N22, in a range of pubs around London and we regularly have cans stocked in Hot Milk (Bounds Green) and Harringay Local Store on Green Lanes.

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