When & where

Our Art the Arms Fair exhibition will be held at Maverick Projects, across three exciting locations in Peckham.

Safehouses 1 & 2 (137 and 139 Copeland Road) for the main exhibition

AMP Gallery (1 Acorn Parade) for Peter Kennard’s takeover

AMP Studio (897a Old Kent Rd) for more art – plus our evening events (more below)

Opening times – final day update

► Safehouses 1&2: 12pm – 6.30pm

► AMP Gallery: 12pm – 4pm

► AMP Studio: 6pm-8pm

In addition, we will be holding our charity auction from 7pm on Friday 13 September at AMP Studio.

**Please note that we are closing some of our venues a bit earlier than usual on the final day – we’re a volunteer-run organisation and need to give ourselves the time to pack up**

How to get there

► For the main exhibition at Safehouses 1 & 2:

139 Copeland Road
SE15 3SN

Closest station: Peckham Rye (5 minute walk)

► For Peter Kennard’s takeover at AMP Gallery:

1 Acorn Parade
Meeting House Lane
SE15 2TZ

Closest station: Queens Road Peckham (7 minute walk)

► For more art and all our events at AMP Studio:

897a Old Kent Road
SE15 1NL

Closest station: Queens Road Peckham (10 minute walk)


There is some information about the accessibility of our venues below, but if you have any additional questions or want to speak to someone before your visit please email hello@artthearmsfair.com or call Emily on 07584207624.

► The main exhibition at Safehouses 1 & 2 is partially wheelchair accessible and there is a toilet available. As an older two-storey building, the downstairs is quite narrow at points and the upstairs is not accessible to those using a wheelchair. Please get in touch if you’d like more specific information.

► At Peter Kennard’s takeover of AMP Gallery, the gallery itself is fully wheelchair accessible and step-free, and there is is a toilet available. For those using a wheelchair, it may be difficult to access bathroom facilities in this venue.

► For more art and our events, AMP Studio is a step-free venue and fully wheelchair accessible. There is a toilet block with two bathrooms outside, and one fully wheelchair accessible toilet.

Free exhibition.

Donations welcome.