Cass tutors among exhibiting artists at Battersea Dog fundraising exhibition.
Date: 17 June 2019
Work by photographers Heather McDonough and David George, who both teach on Photography BA at The Cass, will be included in an exhibition curated by Zelda Cheatle to raise funds for Battersea Dogs Home and Canine Rescue.
The show at Christ Church and St Stephen’s on Battersea Park Road, London will also feature amazing framed work from leading artists Rory Carnegie, Dougie Wallace, Clare Park, Richard Hamilton, Elliot Erwitt, Bruce Weber, Martin Usborne, David Williams, Jack Davison, and Barry Lewis.
Dogs are naturally welcome at the exhibition and Heather will also be running a pop-up portrait studio for dogs and owners on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 June in the courtyard. Visitors will also enjoy, postcards, books, teas and coffees, cake and biscuits.
All of the prints on display will be available to buy, and the money raised will be donated to Battersea Dogs Home and Canine Rescue.
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