Imitate Modern invites you to Shepherd Market’s CHRISTMAS PARTY in aid of Centrepoint Charity
Thursday, December 6th 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
For one special night only, Imitate Modern’s most celebrated artists are bringing their best works and printed editions together for a Christmas celebration like no other. Shepherd Market will be set in lights, making it a wonderful evening to meet some of our artists, access discounted artworks and enjoy a mulled wine reception. Expect to see Ben Allen’s rebellious Contemporary Pop Art, sensual Rebecca Mason, the street art stand out Cartrain, beautiful punk art by Illuminati Neon with a wide selection of prints and unique pieces that will adorn any space.
On purchasing a ticket, you will receive an exclusive 10% discount on all gallery artworks between 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm. Early bird tickets cost £10 and will be £15 on the day of the event. Tickets are limited due to the size of the gallery.
All ticket sales go to Centrepoint charity – The UK’s leading youth homelessness charity, supporting more than 10,000 homeless young people each year.
We look forward to celebrating the festive season with you…
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✯ DECEMBER 2018: SHEPHERD MARKET CHRISTMAS LIGHTS✯
Shepherd Market’s 7th annual Christmas lighting ceremony will run alongside Imitate Modern’s Christmas Party, on Thursday 6th December 2018. This year, the lights will be switched on by the renowned British actress, Dame Joan Collins OBE. Imitate Modern will be in great company this year, with carols and vintage tones from The Spinettes sharing in this festive evening.
By Stephany Malcolm