UNTIL FEBRUARY 20 FAMILY HISTORIES This exhibition at the 198 Gallery on Railton Road, Brixton, explores the cultural politics of food, travel and history through children's eyes. Based on the metaphors of kitchen and bedroom, exhibits include recreations of dilapidated and spooky bedrooms, paper sculptures, 3D pictures and cardboard sculptures. Free admission. Details: 0171 978 8309.
UNTIL FEBRUARY 28 FREE FORMATIONS Exhibition at Sutton House, 2amp;4 Homerton High Street, Hackney, London E9, 11am-5.30pm, of a collection of work by 14 artists, designers and architects involved in Free Form Arts Trust, a community arts training organisation. Free admission. Details:0171 249 3394, email:firstname.lastname@example.org FEBRUARY 26 APU SECONDARY PARTNERSHIP REUNION The school of education at Anglia Polytechnic University is holding a reunion in the Main Hall, school of education, Brentwood, Essex CM15, 7.30pm-11pm, for everyone who has been involved in its secondary partnership scheme, to celebrate its move to new premises in the summer. Fee:pound;6.50. Details: Secondary Field Office 01277 264504.
UNTIL FEBRUARY 27 VALENTINES Messages of love from the Victorian and Edwardian eras are the subject of this exhibition to mark St Valentines Day at Herne Bay Museum amp; Gallery, 12 William Street, Herne Bay, Kent CT6, 10am-4pm. It also includes a large collection of intricately-designed cards. Free admission. Details: Brian Stewart or Valerie Ellis, 01227 452747.