A selection of events will be held at the Carnegie building in Erith.
Local company, The Exchange, who are managing the building, will be hosting a free exhibition by arts project Centrepieces from November 19.
The exhibition will encompass painting, sculpture, pictured, mask making and photography.
An auction of the art featured will take place on Saturday, December 1. No booking is required – simply turn up and enjoy a variety of art in this unique space.
Exhibition opening times will be publicised ahead of the auction.
The Exchange will also host a three-week pop-up cinema from Thursday, December 6 until Friday, December 21, from 6pm until 11pm, in the building.
This cinematic treat will see poetry, classic literature, short stories, comics and graphic novels get the big screen treatment.
Films to be shown include Black Panther, Pulp Fiction and O Brother, Where Art Thou?
Tickets can be purchased online and cost £4 per adult.
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