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Fantasies, Follies and Disasters: The Prints of Francisco de Goya

There is still chance to catch a glimpse into Manchester Art Gallery’s impressive collection of over 90 Goya prints. The Fantasies, Follies and Disasters exhibition has been running since August, with a new display of 30 prints on show from early this year. Displayed in Gallery 11, which usually hosts the small and changing exhibitions, the collection pays homage to Goya’s controversial yet widely ...[Read More]

Talk by Adam Aaroson

Zest Contemporary Glass Gallery would like to invite you to a talk by Adam Aaronson on Wednesday, June 9, 2010, 6.30-7.30 pm. Adam will explain the process and inspiration behind his newest work from the major solo exhibition ‘The Imaginary Landscape’ (May 13 – July 17, 2010). Featuring organic forms and painterly surfaces, ‘The Imaginary Landscape’ is Adam’s mo ...[Read More]

Out of Practice, exhibition at Siobhan Davies Studios

Working in collaboration with Siobhan Davies Studios, some 20 students from the Royal College of Art MA Ceramics and Glass course fill the building with site specific works, which demonstrate a lively and individual response, with each student bringing their own agenda to the place or space. Ideas are far ranging with works that evoke and provoke, that look at ways of providing intimate experience ...[Read More]

Sarah Venus: New Work

Yorkshire artist Sarah Venus uses traditional craft skills to create thought-provoking art forms. The Gallery at Ryedale Folk Museum will show a series of her sculptural felt pieces and prints in an exhibition which runs until 20 June 2010. Her three dimensional felt forms are made from the fleeces of rare and minority indigenous sheep, often from the farm flock at her home near Scarborough. This ...[Read More]

Artist Alexandra Hughes in Conversation

Canadian-born artist Alexandra Hughes will be talking to Karen McQuaid, programme organiser at the Photographers’ Gallery, about her current exhibition, Arrangements, at Siobhan Davies Studios. Friday 28 May @ 7pm Call 020 7091 9650 to book Siobhan Davies Studios 85 St George’s Road London SE1 6ER

Big Dance Bubble

The Big Dance Bubble Portavilion 2010 launch Thursday 20 May – 2.30-7pm Potters Fields Park, Tooley Street, London SE1 2NE The Big Dance Bubble launches its tour of London with an event by Siobhan Davies Dance, UP Projects, Southwark Council and Sadler’s Wells. Create: A Big Dance Bubble choreographic challenge Siobhan Davies Dance hosts Create, a choreographic workshop that challenges dance ...[Read More]

Melanie Jackson screening & talk 8th May

08 May 2010 @ 2pm Picture This, Mardyke Ferry Road, Spike Island, Bristol. BS1 6UU Melanie Jackson in conversation with writer, architect and artist Stephen Beasley and Gary Thomas, Animate Projects. Introduced by Zoe Shearman, Relational. International Fauna is a blast, an anti-anthem, a parade of the animal symbols designated by nation states quick change through a background of digital colour f ...[Read More]

Art and craft workshop deliverers

Exciting new opportunity to run your own creative workshop in excellent creative arts facilities. We are looking for enthusiastic local artists to become part of the artSpaceWorkshops team. artSpaceWorkshops is a new company, based in the heart of the Lace Market, offering one and two day creative workshops. Held on Saturdays and during summer holidays, we provide unique leisure experiences in a v ...[Read More]

Brand and deliver – create and promote your identity

Date: 27 April 2010 Time: 6pm-8pm Location: Main Lecture Theatre, London College of Communication, Elephant and Castle, London, SE1 6SB Creating and promoting a brand can help you, as a creative practitioner, reach potential customers and clients. Your brand can communicate your message, make you more memorable and create customer loyalty. To create a successful brand, you need to find ways to bui ...[Read More]

Alexandra Hughes: Arrangements.

This April, Siobhan Davies Studios presents Arrangements an exhibition of new works by Canadian-born artist Alexandra Hughes. Through photography Arrangements explores the effects of light and time on the architecture of Siobhan Davies Studios and captures the constantly shifting light and shadows sweeping through the building, across its walls, floors, and ceilings. The exhibition opens on 16 Apr ...[Read More]

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