Islamic Digital Art at Maxilla Space

A series of workshops, artist talks and a collaborative exhibition on Islamic Digital Art hosted by FLUX Events, ACAVA and Sara Choudhrey for the Grenfell Community at Maxilla Space.

FLUX and artist Sara Choudhrey invite the public and local communities affected by the Grenfell disaster to explore new forms of artistic practice by focusing on Islamic digital art. Maxilla Space will open its doors to engage the local community with geometric and floral patterns as a means to contribute towards a collaborative installation artwork to be exhibited for public viewing.

Audiences of all ages are invited to take part in workshops developed to provide an understanding of Islamic art and the production methods for patterns from Islamic visual culture. Workshops will be jointly hosted and orchestrated by artist Sara Choudhrey, FLUX Events and ACAVA's Maxilla Space.



Workshops: 23 June - 24 June 2018

Exhibition: 28th June - 1 July 2018

Venue: Maxilla Space, 6 Maxilla Walk, W10 4QL


AYAH Workshops

Workshops will take place over the weekend of Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24tth June 2018, with two workshops on each day at 11:00 - 13:00 and 14:00 - 16:00. Workshops are free, with sign up required for via Eventbrite.


AYAH Exhibition

The AYAH exhibition will be co-curated by FLUX and Sara Choudhrey at Maxilla Space, North Kensington on 30th June - 1 July 2018. The exhibition will display the outcome of a collaborative installation incorporating the work produced by participants during the course of the workshops alongside the works of Sara Choudhrey, Zarah Hussain and Ben Johnson illustrating digital practices in contemporary Islamic art. On 29th June FLUX will host a specialist talks event centred around Art as Collaborative Community Practice, with a panel of guests speaking on the subject.

Exhibition opening event: 28th of June 2018

Exhibition open: 30th of June & 1st of July 2018, 11-17:00


Talk “Art as Collaborative Community Practice”

29th June 2018 7.30pm-10pm


AYAH events will be hosted by ACAVA and are supported by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

For more information and to sign up for a workshop:




Image: Sara Choudhrey, Al Jaqmaqiyya.