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And our latest project Black Lives Heard.


As panic and fear spreads around the world, we choose to take a step back and look at the things we are grateful for. 


Our Perceptions Warehouse Community's health and wellbeing is always at the forefront of our minds. 

We will be implementing all possible measures to keep our community safe and healthy, while still connected.

Our event Nourished Mind 3 is being postponed to a future date (tbc). We will be following the progress of the coronavirus, and making decisions accordingly. It is time for us to put others’ wellbeing in front of our own wants and pre-determined plans. 


Our focus for this month has been reoriented towards editing and recording our Perception Podcast episodes.

Would you like to be interviewed?

Drop us an email if so, and we can book you in.


In the meantime I hope you all stay healthy and free of stress.


“Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don't resist them; that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.” 

― Lao Tzu


Creating an urban community through networking events, while tackling subjects that should be brought to light and giving back to those who need support. Perceptions Warehouse is a fresh look at how to support artists holistically, and the work they make. Our goal is to provide a safe space for creation, interaction, support, and artistic debate. 

Our company is based on three aims:

1. We believe all individuals have something unique and precious to teach and give to others, and by presenting them with the right platform, we hope to provide the blocks for them to build a solid foundation. Through workshops and holistic classes we wish to support the artist's minds and bodies, in order to further support their work.

2. We see creation as the great tree of self expression. Roots need to dig deep into the psyche, as the branches reach up into the sky towards greater connection. We value the creative process more than the result or product, and thats why we choose to explore it.

3. As we all mature, life and its uncertainties can affect our artistic confidence. The future can be daunting when looked at it in solitude. We therefore strive to create a sound and strong community of artists who can support each other in the sometimes tumultuous and unclear profession.

Private Yoga + re-connecting session

Helping you work towards confident self-expression as you connect with your inner self, in a safe space.

Creatives are encouraged to get in touch if they'd like to book a re-connect session.


Assisting your professional networking with fellow artists, giving you a chance to re connect with your creative self, as well as giving you the space to showcase your talent.

We find a topic in society that should be discussed and brought to light and create a holistic event around that. Some of these topics include: Empowerment of LGBTIQ+ Creatives, Mental Health, Sustainability and Women Empowerment.

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Perceptions Podcast

A podcast through which we'll be interviewing those in the mental health sector, as well as creatives who have struggled before. 

Opening up the subject and shining light on the practices that work for some and why. 

Interested in being interviewed? Send us an email! 

Release date tba.

Fellowship for the Royal Society of Arts:


Our director has a Fellowship for the Royal Society of Arts in light of her work with Perceptions Warehouse. The RSA is a London-based, British organisation committed to finding practical solutions to social challenges. Founded in 1754 by William Shipley as the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacture and Commerce, it was granted a Royal Charter in 1847, and the right to use the term Royal in its name by King Edward VII in 1908.
Notable past fellows include Charles Dickens, Benjamin Franklin, Stephen Hawking, Karl Marx, Adam Smith, Nelson Mandela, David Attenborough, William Hogarth, John Diefenbaker, and Tim Berners-Lee.

"The RSA Fellowship is an international community [of] achievers and influencers from a wide array of backgrounds and professions, distinguished by the title 'FRSA'. Fellows are social entrepreneurs to scientists, community leaders to commercial innovators, artists and journalists to architects and engineers, and many more."


Perceptions Warehouse is always looking to collaborate with other companies. We value partnerships and joint efforts to provide our community with better services, working towards a stronger and more wholesome society through creativity and art. ​We also offer promoting opportunities to artists


Want to collaborate? Send us an email!

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Peter Bedford Housing Association

PBHA is an Industrial and Provident Society with charitable status which works with socially excluded adults in London. A pioneer of supported housing, they have been inspiring brighter futures for over forty years. We run creative workshops with PBHA'S tenants.

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St Margaret's House

We recommend St Margaret's House's spaces to artists when our studio is fully booked. The Gallery Cafe hosts an exciting programme of live events and monthly art exhibitions from up-and-coming artists. We collaborate with them when it comes to running 

Networking Events.

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Am Power Yoga

We offer our clients and collaborating companies 20% off EVERY YOGA PACKAGE by AM Power Yoga in the trendy Shoreditch. They have a wonderfully warm large studio by Old Street station and a large variety of classes. Email us for more info.

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    Talks and workshops on sustainability.
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    Event focused on empowering creative women. Talks, discussions and an art exhibition.
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    A wonderful day full of lectures and workshops on improving your wellbeing and creativity.
  • Queer Voices 4
    Fri 04 Sept
    04 Sept 2020, 19:00 – 22:30
    The Gallery Cafe, 21 Old Ford Rd, London E2 9PL, UK
    Networking Event for LGBTIQ+ Artists in London. Poetry readings, talks by LGBTIQ+ companies, drag performances, art exhibition, comedy and much more. The first edition was a big success with very talented Artists accommodated by a loving and supportive audience. Email to become involved with QV2.
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