Our mission is to support community renewal in East London by delivering Arts and Creative Services through a financially sustainable model. present, Bow Arts operates at a number of different Studios across east London. We also operate a Live Work scheme throughout several sites in Bow, which provides housing for practising artists who have an interest in community work. We currently house around 400 artists in eight workspace sites, and two Live Work sites, including the iconic Balfron Tower.
The unique and fascinating story of an ancient religious military Order, from its origins caring for sick pilgrims in eleventh century Jerusalem, through to its modern-day role with St John Ambulance, the international first aid charity.
Founded in 1753, the British Museum was the first national public museum in the world. From the outset it was a museum of the world, for the world, and this idea still lies at the heart of the Museum’s mission today. The collection tells the stories of cultures across the world, from the dawn of human history, over two million years ago, to the present. Objects range from the earliest tools made by humans and treasures from the ancient world to more recent acquisitions from Africa, Oceania and the Americas, the Middle East, Asia and Europe, as well as the national collections of prints and drawings, and coins and medals. In addition to work in London, the Museum takes part in an extensive programme of loans and tours, both across the UK and throughout the world.