Exhibitions

Hinterlands
Venue: BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art
Contact: info@balticmill.com
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Dates: 03-12-2022 to 30-04-2023
Hinterlands
Hinterlands Group is a group exhibition that invites us to consider our relationship with the land and its ecosystems
Unpolished Space current Exhibition
Venue: Unpolished, Stow on the wold
Contact: katesemple@btopenworld.com
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Dates: 05-10-2022 to 31-12-2022
Unpolished found me through Instagram. They liked my work with paper aswell as clay and asked for a large body of work for a solo throughout October but enough to them sell through the newly launched web shop. 
Partition Parabels
Venue: Art Gallery Derby UK
Contact: info@artcoregallery.org.uk
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Dates: 25-11-2022 to 13-01-2023
Partition Parabels
Partition Parabels is a joint exhibition with Tarla Patel and Rachel Magdeburg, at Artcore Contemporay Art Gallery in Derby city centre. This is a mixed media exhibition as part of two artist in residence work in response to the 75th anniversary of the Partition of India. For the residency Partition Parables at Artcore, artists Tarla Patel and Rachel Magdeburg have, in different ways, explored the relationship between humans and plants. Through their individual projects, the artists have examined the theme of ‘Partition Parables’ and explicitly and subtly responded to the site and activities of Artcore, and the objects and communities of Derby. Tarla Patel presents her installation Seeds to Home through photography, sound and video, and Rachel Magdeburg presents a new series of paintings Under the Walnut Tree: Cryptic Painting using a range of media.
THUD!
Venue: Broadway Gallery Letchworth, UK
Contact: broadwaygallery@letchworth.com
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Dates: 17-11-2022 to 17-12-2022
THUD!
THUD! is an audio-responsive sound installation based on the ideas of active participation and co-creation: the sound installation continuously records and overlays accidental sounds of the audience members passing through the gallery space and assembles a sonic landscape from all the accidental sounds like foot shuffles while constantly replaying the emerging soundscape back into the room. A preview on 19 November, 2-5pm, will feature live performances by jazz and electroacoustic musicians Paul Jolly, Rick Jensen and a live stream by a noise artist and DIY experimentalist, Aurora, hailing from Slovakia.  
Curtains
Venue: E2 Sterput gallery, Brussels Belgium.
Contact: n.a
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Dates: 01-02-2020 to 02-03-2020
Curtains
Group exhibition.  I presented the work "Hold On" - hand knitted black wool yarn and painted canvas blocks, canvas sewed into blocks, 1.80*60cm.
RA Summer Exhibition 2022
Venue: Royal Academy of Arts
Contact: n.a
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Dates: 21-06-2022 to 21-08-2022
RA Summer Exhibition 2022
Run without interruption since 1769, the Summer Exhibition showcases art in all forms, from prints, painting, film and photography, to architectural works and sculpture by invited artists, Royal Academicians and emerging talent. The 2022 theme was ‘Climate’. Whether as a crisis or opportunity, or simply our everyday experience, it is an all-embracing subject. Work - Same Sky, Knitted mohair-silk, 30*30cm. 
Tension Gallery Art Prize 2022
Venue: Tension Fine Art Gallery
Contact: Ken Turner Director
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Dates: 29-07-2022 to 06-08-2022
Tension Gallery Art Prize 2022
I received The Tension Gallery Art Prize from Central Saint Martin's in June 2022. Three sculptures and a moving image and sound work was installed at @tensionfineart Gallery in South London, alongside the work of three other post-graduate students. This gallery describes itself as dedicated to showcasing the work and raising the profiles of emerging and mid career local, national and international artists. 'We show a mixture of contemporary & experimental art that questions what art is and what art could be'.
Underworld
Venue: Mirabel street gallery
Contact: jeffreyknopf@hotmail.com
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Dates: 12-11-2022 to 17-11-2022
Underworld
Underworld is an exhibition by Jeffrey Knopf, currently being held in the basement gallery of Mirabel street gallery Manchester, 12 November - 17 December, the exhibition is only open on Saturdays from 11am - 5pm
Sustenance
Venue: Vessel Gallery, York st John
Contact: Helen Turner
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Dates: 17-11-2022 to 18-11-2022
Sustenance
Sustenance is an interactive exhibition at York st John's Vessel Gallery curated by second year Fine Art students. Ive been working on this project with my peers during our first semster back, and we are so excited to have the opportunity to share our work so far.
Craft Market Kendal
Venue: Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal
Contact: 01539 725 133
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Dates: 25-11-2022 to 27-11-2022
Craft Market Kendal
At Craft Market Kendal, I will join 44 other artists and designers in exhibiting our work in the Malt Room, Foyer, and Warehouse Gallery at Brewery Arts over the weekend of 25 to 27 November 2022. The Craft Market represents everything outstanding about Cumbrian & Northern arts and crafts, and provides an opportunity to buy original art.
SELECTED SPACE
Venue: Kalham Island Museum, Sheffield
Contact: Tim Copsey
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Dates: 10-12-2022 to 11-12-2022
SELECTED SPACE
Bringing together selected artists, makers and crafts people from across Yorkshire.
Cunctation 2019 - 2022
Venue: PR1 Gallery, Brookfield Building, The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan)
Contact: Clare Phelan
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Dates: 13-10-2022 to 30-10-2022
Cunctation 2019 - 2022
Cunctation 2019 - 2022 meaning lateness/delay This exhibition marks a conclusion for a group of artists who began their ACPS fellowship and AA2A residencies in October 2019, prior to the first lockdown. We are grateful that UCLan and the ‘Artists Access to Art Colleges’ (AA2A) have continued to support us through these disrupted times and has allowed us to complete our residencies over three years, rather than the intended one year time scale. The Printmaking and Ceramics departments at UCLan foster a sense of innovation, discovery, adaptation, development and resolution. Working within a culture of research and innovation links between print and ceramics at UCLan continues to push the boundaries across both disciplines.
Making Drawing
Venue: Craft Study Centre
Contact: Lisa Ghiggini
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Dates: 08-11-2022 to 10-12-2022
Making Drawing
This exhibition investigates the relationship between drawing and making through collaboration. Inspired by a conversation between a student and tutor at UCA, the idea for this project is simple. What would happen if artists exchanged drawings and then reinterpreted each other’s drawings in three dimensions, using ceramics or glass? At the heart of this project are two questions: how does drawing inform making, and how can collaboration enrich practice?   The idea has evolved into a project between ten students and tutors on the Ceramics and Glass Masters at UCA who all demonstrate a strong relationship between drawing and making within their practice. This exhibition will show the drawings alongside the objects they inspired through collaboration. 
Curious Minds Virtual Exhibition
Venue: Online
Contact: Hannah Quill
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Dates: 04-04-2022 to 04-05-2022
Curious Minds Virtual Exhibition
Curious Minds Virtual Exhibition
a•n Degree Shows Guide 2022
Venue: Online pdf
Contact: Hannah Quill
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Dates: 05-05-2022 to 05-05-2023
a•n Degree Shows Guide 2022
a•n Degree Shows Guide 2022 Online pdf Recognising talent: New art in the frameCelebrating the return of in-person degree shows, with a focus on the creative ideas and ambitions of this year’s graduates.
West Midlands Open
Venue: The New Art Gallery Walsall
Contact: Hannah Quill
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Dates: 20-05-2022 to 25-09-2022
West Midlands Open
The New Art Gallery Walsall is delighted to present, for the first time, the West Midlands Open, an exhibition of recent artworks in various media by artists from, or connected, to the region. The exhibition follows an open-call to West Midlands artists, including those currently attending an art school in the region or educated here in the past 10 years. The Gallery received over 500 entries from across the region, spanning Greater Birmingham, The Black Country, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Warwickshire. From these, a panel of independent judges and Gallery staff selected 250 works for exhibition. The West Midlands Open celebrates the quality, diversity and vibrancy of the local visual arts ecology and provides a platform and selling opportunity for artists in the region.
Ctrl
Venue: Birmingham School of Art
Contact: Hannah Quill
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Dates: 16-06-2022 to 25-06-2022
Ctrl
BA Fine Art Degree Show 2022 The root of the word control is the Latin contrarotulus meaning a register, counter, or record of something. CTRL, an abbreviation of control, is synonymous with a digital key which when combined with other keys, carries out an instruction, a shortcut, an action.  The 2022 graduating BA Fine Art students are a group who are full of ideas and things to say – the issues they are dealing with are both complex and important. Their exhibition CTRL is the result of a series of commands, manifest through creativity, technical skill, and an understanding of the potential functionality of art practice in what it can say and how it comes to be. Many of the student’s individual practices explore issues of identity, memory and loss, culture, heritage, environment, communication, and the foregrounding of marginalised voices. Their outcomes are in many ways connected through a sense of being and belonging – to personal, social,...
Spread
Venue: Turf Projects, 46 - 47 Trinity Court, Whitgift Centre, CR0 1UQ
Contact: info@turf-projects.com
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Dates: 25-05-2022 to 28-05-2022
Spread
An exhibition of work by Turf studio members.
UCLay - Ceramics Exhibition
Venue: PR1 Gallery, Victoria Building, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, Lancashire
Contact: xx
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Dates: 05-04-2022 to 19-04-2022
UCLay - Ceramics Exhibition
Pleased to be showing some of my recent work as part of this group exhibition of ceramics by alumni, staff and current MA students at the University of Central Lancashire. 
Flourish Award for Excellence in Printmaking 2022
Venue: Huddersfield Contemporary Temporary Art Gallery
Contact: 01484 221964
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Dates: 09-04-2022 to 11-06-2022
https://www.mitasolanky.org/n-e-w-s/flourish-award-exhibition-opens-at-hudderfield-art-gallery Huddersfield Art Gallery's Temporary Contemporary gallery will be the first venue for Flourish Awards exhibition, with shortlisted artists work including my Afterglow series of prints.Opening : Saturday 9th April until Saturday 11th June.Gallery opening times: Wed-Sat 11am-4pmAddress: Huddersfield Art Gallery Temporary Contemporary Gallery in the Piazza Centre, Princess Alexandra Walk, Huddersfield, HD1 2RS
EN:TRANCE
Venue: Stryx Gallery
Contact: Stryx Gallery
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Dates: 15-03-2022 to 15-03-2022
EN:TRANCE
Birmingham School of Art BA Level 6 Fine Art, Work in Progress Exhibition.
night school
Venue: Birmingham city university
Contact: Instagram: _s.umi
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Dates: 22-02-2022 to 22-02-2022
night school
This  show was a one night viewing showcasing the work of the leavel 6. The topic which I am looking at is texuer in nature, reasching dry flowers. Understanding the symbolism of the dry flowers and process of drying flowers out, documenting the different stages of  the flowers completely dryed out. 
Light Reading
Venue: De Montfort University Staircase Gallery
Contact: Katie Wilkes kwilkes@dmu.ac.uk
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Dates: 11-10-2021 to 21-01-2022
An exhibition of my solar-plate / embossing composite prints; alongside photograms by artist Annabelle Spencer showing at the DMU staircase gallery. Duration : October 2021 - mid January 2022Address: De Montfort University, Leicester, Vijay Patel Building, Arts Tower North Entrance, Access from Newarke Close, LE2 7BJContact: Katie Wilkes kwilkes@dmu.ac.uk
Tomorrow's News
Venue: Vivid Projects
Contact: info@vividprojects.org.uk
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Dates: 16-11-2021 to 16-11-2021
Tomorrow's News
Exhibition at Vivid Projects, Minerva Works with level 6 BA fine art.
Raise High The Roof Beams!
Venue: Vessel Gallery
Contact: YSJ University
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Dates: 04-01-2022 to 07-02-2022
Raise High The Roof Beams!
Soap. Salinger! 9 poems, 9 art works. Expanded painting, printmaking using discarded and transformed materials.  
Ceramic Cities Exchange – Kasama and Stoke-on-Trent
Venue: The Goods Yard : BCB (British Ceramics Biennial)
Contact: -
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Dates: 11-09-2021 to 17-10-2021
Ceramic Cities Exchange – Kasama and Stoke-on-Trent
British Ceramics Biennial is involved in a number of international projects working with organisations and initiatives in supporting artists exchange aiming to deepen cultural and artist-lead dialogues between countries, organisations, artists and potters.  Platformed at BCB 2021, Kasama Potters, Clay College and Staffordshire University embark on a new collaboration and exchange between Stoke-on-Trent and Kasama, Japan. The initiative seeks to meaningfully build upon the Kasama Potters exhibition at BCB 2019 and the existing connection between Stoke-on-Trent and Kasama as places of significant ceramic heritage and contemporary practice. The exchange will take place through exhibition and through an online exchange programme.  This exhibition seeks to highlight the talent located in and emerging from Kasama and Stoke-on-Trent and the relevance that intercultural exchange can have in better understanding the significance of our places as the catalyst for creative innovation and excellence. 
Haptic Tacit : Spode works
Venue: Spode Museum Trust Heritage Centre : BCB (British Ceramics Biennial)
Contact: https://www.haptictacit.com/contact/
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Dates: 11-09-2021 to 17-10-2021
Haptic Tacit : Spode works
Haptic/tacit is a collective of artists, makers, and writers that creates opportunities to make, show, and explore ambitious modern craft through a series of thematically-driven exhibitions, events, and publications. For each iteration each participating member invites someone new to be involved, either working collaboratively, in response to one another, or due to their specific take on the subject. This approach creates an evolving network of makers, encourages dialogue, and maintains a fresh outlook, creating a new dynamic through each distinct endeavour. This project echoes the group residency haptic/tacit founding members took part in alongside other makers from the Crafts Council Hothouse scheme for emerging makers as part of the 2013 British Ceramics Biennial programme and is part of the 2021 biennial programme. The Spode Works site has continued to have creative resonance with architecture and space/place a recurring theme and it is through that lens that we approach this project,...
Tomorrow’s News
Venue: Vivid Projects
Contact: info@vividprojects.org.uk
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Dates: 16-11-2021 to 16-11-2021
Tomorrow’s News
Exhibition based at Vivid Projects with Birmingham School of Art (Level 6).
Mise-En-Scène
Venue: The Holy Art Gallery, London
Contact: hello@theholyart.com
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Dates: 18-12-2021 to 23-12-2021
Mise-En-Scène
First exhibition based in London at The Holy Art Gallery. I have exhibited two of my 10 metre long pillows, one is baby blue and the other is cobalt. Titled 'Calming Reflection', 2021.
PERTINACITY
Venue: Hat Factory Arts Centre
Contact: 01582878100
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Dates: 05-10-2021 to 15-10-2021
PERTINACITY
A culmination of Masters Of Arts work that visualised issues of Injustice, revolt and well being dystopian realities towards utopian futures.  Charlotte exhibited a body of work  of images and letters that displayed deep intense moving emotions from parents to their childs bullied parents.  
We are commoners
Venue: Devon Guild of Craftsmen, Bovey Tracy, Devon
Contact: devonguild@crafts.org.uk 01626 832223
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Dates: 18-09-2021 to 13-11-2021
We are commoners
'We are commoners' is an exhibition that invites you to become or recognise yourself as a ‘commoner’. Featuring UK and international artists, the projects exhibited in this exhibition represent ideas and resources to inspire acts of commoning. For the exhibition created “Breaking Borders” Jacky celebrates shared places, systems and ideas that bring people together. Her project gives insight into commoning that takes place through local community food production and skills sharing. ‘Bees and Refugees’, the collective enterprise in London featured in this work, supports people through difficult times whilst improving community cohesion and benefiting biodiversity. Founded by Ali Alzein, the charity protects honeybees as well as helping refugees who may be struggling to adjust to their new lives. Having fled his home in Syria, Ali speaks of the importance of ‘freedom of movement’ and ‘breaking borders’ for refugees. Jacky has purposely avoided giving the sculptural forms a border, displacing the organised structure...
LSA Annual 2021
Venue: Newarke Houses Museum
Contact: 0116 225 4980
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Dates: 07-10-2021 to 31-10-2021
I was recently elected to the LSA and am taking part in their annual members show at the Newarke Houses Musuem in Leicester. The show is FREE to the public and runs from the 7th October until the 31st October. Open Tuesday - Sunday 10am-4pm. The work I have in the show are two solar plate intaglio prints, created using dock leaves that have been eaten away by dock beetles, leaving a lace like pattern. Solar plate prints are a less toxic form of printmaking, as the process uses only sunlight and water. I have framed the prints in solid oak frames, and unframed editions are also available. If you are not able to make the show the works are also online here... http://www.leicestersocietyofartists.co.uk/events/2021/annual-exhibition-artwork-2021-page-4.php http://www.leicestersocietyofartists.co.uk/events/2021/annual-exhibition-artwork-2021-page-4.php  
Only Clay
Venue: Kelham Island Museum, Alma Street, Sheffield, S3 8SA, UK.
Contact: Steve Booton
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Dates: 06-11-2021 to 07-11-2021
Only Clay
A new ceramics fair coming to Sheffield in early November. An opportunity to see my work along with about 55 other ceramic makers. More info on social media or https://www.onlyclay.co.uk/
Still Becoming ...
Venue: We Are Culla
Contact: Tom and Rob
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Dates: 11-01-2021 to 19-01-2021
Still Becoming ...
In January 2021 , i needed to virtually present my final work for my MA at Derby Uni, so i chose to spend a bit of money and some time installing my work in a lovely local little gallery in Stoke.  During the time it was up i was able to document the artwork, play around with the work and film some ritualistic performative actions.     To see some of the films please visit https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC81KQwD-0aInvo79URq5MYQ
Rite of Passage
Venue: Art Rooms Kings Heath
Contact: -
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Dates: 20-11-2019 to 04-12-2019
Rite of Passage
A Rite of Passage is a ceremony/event marking an important stage of a person’s life, e.g. Birth or Marriage. As Van Gennep described, Rites of passage have three distinct phases: Separation: The detachment – Cutting away from the former self. Liminality: A transitional phase where one has left a place/state but has not yet joined the next. Incorporation: Assuming a ‘new’ identity, often characterised by an elaborate ritual e.g. A wedding. This exhibition culminates a selection of works which are relative to these three stages, and perhaps question the importance and longevity of the Rite. Themes concerning permanence/impermanence, fragility and abjection are explored through the use of architectural installation and domestic materials.
Hypostew
Venue: centrala
Contact: centrala
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Dates: 22-05-2019 to 29-05-2019
Hypostew
  Level 5 Fine Art End of Year exhibition.