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SMart supports Child Labor Free

According to UNICEF estimation, there are currently 150 million children engaged in labour around the world. These children grow up without an education and into a life of poverty, and more than half work in hazardous and harmful conditions. To mark the upcoming Day Against Child Labour (on the 12th of June) and its arrival in […]

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Ian Hughes

SMart say goodbye to Ian Hughes

SMart has recently lost one of its long term members, Ian Hughes, who sadly passed away last week. Jaime first met Ian in St. Martin’s in-the-Fields art group that he used to run. Ian became an active member of SMart and participated in most of our exhibitions and was one of the six homeless SMart […]

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Matrix Art Competition

SMart has been recently chosen as a partner in an art competition for socially marginalised artists organized by Matrix, a barristers’ chambers dedicated to equal opportunity and supporting marginalised communities. The participants will not only have a chance to win cash prize, but also to be exhibited in Matrix Chambers in October. Terms and conditions […]

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Magazine

Where to Find SMart Magazine

Haven’t got the SMart Magazine yet? Here’s the list of venues where you pick up your FREE copy. And there are more to come! The Courtauld Institute of Art The Wallace Collection The National Gallery Bookshop The Tate Modern The British Library The British Museum The Barbican Library Bethnal Green Centre Bethnal Green Library Whitechapel […]

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SMart Magazine

Tolerance, justice and art combined in the relaunched SMart Magazine

LONDON – October 9, 2012 –  SMart Network (Socially Marginalised art) is excited to announce to the world that it has successfully re-launched its quarterly glossy, SMart Magazine, an independent, non-institutional, non-profit project first launched in the Summer of 1998 at the National Gallery by Neil McGregor- then its Director, presently Director of the British Museum. The magazine is […]

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