Enni-Kukka Tuomala has recently opened the world’s first Empathy HQ, a creative space dedicated to empathy, as well as a working art studio and an open community space for the local people of Bow and east London at 26 Bromley High Street, London E3 3EP.
Empathy HQ: Open Day Saturday 7th August
Enni will be running free empathy related activities and creative workshops at the Empathy HQ throughout 2021, starting with an Open Day on Saturday 7th August, 11am-5pm. Join Enni for a day of fun activities and new connections at the Empathy HQ and take part in family friendly art activities, make new connections with other local residents, and learn more about empathy. For more information on how to visit and when to pop by, visit the website.
The Empathy HQ is generously supported by Bow Arts, the Connecting People & Places Fund by the Foundation for Future London and City of London, as well as Poplar HARCA.
Exhibition: Is there space for empathy?
You can also visit Enni’s free exhibition – Is there space for empathy – at the Nunnery Gallery which is open now until 8th August. For more details see their website.
Photo credit: Enni-Kukka Tuomala