Face the Sun, an exhibition and workshop series promoting hope and optimism, is raising money for two charities including Hospitality Action.
A percentage of exhibition and workshop sales will be donated to Hospitality Action and Calm (Campaign Against Living Miserably).
The exhibition will feature paintings and photography by Survival Techniques, a legal street art project by Naomi Edmondson, whose work focuses on humanising urban spaces through language, colour and scale.
The project has been co-created by with Craig Prentice, founder of lifestyle and luxury hospitality recruitment company Mum.
Edmondson said: "It's so exciting to see life opening up again, and it's great to be able to celebrate with this exhibition and run of workshops connecting to our shared hope and optimism. I'm looking forward to showing my work in a real physical space, and learning from others about how their own survival techniques have kept them moving forwards."
Face the Sun will run from 24 July to 29 August at Public Hall, Westminster, London. Visit facethesun2021.org for information.