Loudest Whispers LGBT+ exhibition to celebrate 10th birthday at St Pancras Hospital
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A celebration for the tenth anniversary of the popular Loudest Whispers art exhibition will kick off LGBT+ history month at St Pancras Hospital on Friday February 1st.
The exhibition – hosted by the Camden and Islington NHS Trust and run by charity the Arts Project – allows both established and up-and-coming LGBT+ artists to show off their work.
This year, the theme is ‘Let Art Be the Food of Love’.
The Mayor of Camden Cllr Jenny Headlam-Wells will be opening the exhibition at 7pm, with a cabaret performance afterwards.
Peter Herbert, from the Arts Project, said he was excited for the anniversary, adding: “The launch night on Friday 1 February will be a fantastic opportunity to celebrate how much Loudest Whispers has achieved over the past decade and everyone is welcome.”
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One of the 47 artists showcased this year is Caroline Halliday. She said: “For me, Loudest Whispers is a wonderful opportunity to experiment and present ideas from my radical lesbian-feminist politics and identity, which might be too uncomfortable for other mainstream settings.”
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