Exhibitions

Art in Clay Hatfield
Venue: Hatfield House, Hertfordshire
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Dates: 16-08-2019 to 18-08-2019
Art in Clay Hatfield
Art in Clay Hatfield is an outdoor summer event held in marquees in the beautiful parklands of Hatfield House. A large event of over 200 exhibitors from the Uk and Europe, including a full programme of talks & demonstrations and a Clay Creation Zone to fire your imagination.
Earth and Fire International Ceramics Fair Ceramics Fair
Venue: The Harley Gallery, Welbeck, Nottinghamshire
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Dates: 21-06-2019 to 23-06-2019
Earth and Fire International Ceramics Fair Ceramics Fair
Earth and Fire International Ceramic Fair is one of the country's premier ceramic events taking place every year at the end of June in North Nottinghamshire. The fair takes place on the Welbeck Estate, which houses The Harley Gallery, The Portland Collection and an array of artist studios.Earth & Fire showcases over 135 potters from across the UK and mainland Europe who come to sell direct to the public from outdoor market stalls.The event attracts collectors, gallery owners, enthusiasts and the general public alike, who flock to Earth & Fire to meet and talk to the potters selling everything from garden planters and sculptures, to bowls, pie dishes, teapots, mugs, plates and egg cups.
Bovey Tracey Contemporary Craft Festival
Venue: Mill Marsh Park, Bovey Tracey, Devon
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Dates: 07-06-2019 to 09-06-2019
Bovey Tracey Contemporary Craft Festival
Craft Festival is a multi-award winning craft event in the South West, celebrating the best of British designer making. The Contemporary Craft Festival returns to Bovey Tracey in June, bringing together 200 makers of contemporary craft including award winning silversmiths, potters, furniture makers, textile artists, glass makers, jewellery, 3D printing and even surfboards. The Contemporary Craft Festival was founded in 2003. It is a non-profit making company and has grown from 4,000 to nearly 10,000 visitors since it started to become one of the most prestigious and much loved craft events in the UK. 
Made By Hand Cheltenham
Venue: Cheltenham Town Hall
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Dates: 08-03-2019 to 10-03-2019
Made By Hand Cheltenham
Made by Hand, in association with The Contemporary Craft Festival in Bovey Tracey, is joining forces with The Gloucestershire Guild of Craftsmen, New Brewery Arts, The Cheltenham Trust, madebyhandonnline.com, craft&design.net, Hereford College of Arts and Period Living at Made by Hand, The Town Hall, Cheltenham.  This premier event is part of a portfolio of multi award winning events organised by Made by Hand Events Ltd.  Made by Hand will showcase a highly selective group of 100 makers & artists set in the beautiful surroundings of Cheltenham's Town Hall.
RWS Contemporary watercolour exhibition
Venue: Bankside Gallery, London
Contact: samanthasnowden7@msn.com
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Dates: 07-03-2019 to 21-03-2019
RWS Contemporary watercolour exhibition
Contemporary watercolours  
MERGE
Venue: Ruskin Corridor, Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge
Contact: Sarah Strachan
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Dates: 01-02-2019 to 14-02-2019
MERGE
From Friday 1st February, creative works produced by a group of 2nd year students, during the optional module ‘Text and Image’, will be exhibited at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge. The works on display demonstrate the wide range of potential creative responses to the brief, which is to develop a visual project in which the interaction of text and image is central to the final work. Reflecting this central concern, the exhibition features works made by means of photography, painting, sculpture, digital media, poetry and illustration. What coheres the range of works on show is an understanding that the better we can comprehend the diversity of ways in which texts and images, can, and do, combine in complex ways, the better we are able to reflect that complexity in works of art and design, and the better we are then able to navigate a world that is filled with such...
VISION
Venue: Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge
Contact: Sarah Strachan
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Dates: 31-01-2019 to 17-02-2019
VISION
VISION: An exhibition of artwork by 2nd year fine art students. A group of eleven, second year Fine Art students present their visions; reflecting on political, social and environmental issues.  Hosted by Anglia Ruskin University on the balcony of the Ruskin Gallery, students voice their visions through diverse approaches using a wide range of materials. The private view, in the balcony area of the Ruskin Gallery, is open to all members of the public on Thursday, 31st January 2019, from 5.00 to 7.00 pm.
Connextions
Venue: Mumford Corridor, Anglia Ruskin University
Contact: Sarah Strachan & Stepanka Facerova
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Dates: 27-02-2019 to 06-05-2019
Connextions
An exhibition of artwork by Cambridge School of Art students in collaboration with Cambridge Arts Network (CAN). Connextions reflects its link with the CAN conference, an annual event for creative organisations, practitioners and students, providing opportunities for provocation, discussion, reflection and networking with the aim of developing Cambridge’s creative and cultural offering. “Art helps us see connections & brings a more coherent meaning to our world."                         Earnest Boyer, President, Carnegie Foundation
Hepworth Print Fair
Venue: Hepworth Gallery Wakefield
Contact: www.hepworthwakefield.org
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Dates: 01-03-2019 to 03-03-2019
Hepworth Print Fair
Print Fair at the Hepworth Art Gallery 
Inside/outside
Venue: Sock Gallery, Loughborough
Contact: Sock Gallery, Loughborough
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Dates: 10-01-2019 to 23-02-2019
Inside/outside
A group exhibition by ArtSpace. 21 members of ArtSpace Loughborough present an exhibition on the theme of ‘Inside/Outside’. In varied media, they explore how the inner and outer worlds of our lives connect. Sometimes this is literally the contrast between interiors and outside as seen through a window or doorway, or hinting at natural patterns in a man-made environment. Some artists wanted to focus on their private creative thinking in relation to the bigger world. Some artists chose to think about the contrast between our inner lives and the self we present to other people.
Harley Gallery Open 2019
Venue: Harley Gallery Welbeck Estate Worksop Nottinghamshire
Contact: www.harleygallery.co.uk
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Dates: 19-01-2019 to 24-03-2019
Harley Gallery Open 2019
Selected recent works by artists from across the UK. ( ‘Bird on Pink Land’ The Storycatchers award  by Henrietta Corbett)  
Still Tales
Venue: St Catherine's Church, Dollis Hill Lane, Neasden, NW10 1QB
Contact: info@floramalpas.com
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Dates: 18-02-2019 to 23-03-2019
Still Tales
Still Tales addresses the themes of narrative, presence and absence and the ambiguity of a given form through the repeated exploration of three motifs derived from three stories experienced by the artist. The first, the form of the lamb’s tail, derives from the discovery of a tail on a hillside as a young child. The second, the shipwreck on the horizon, considers the repeated sighting of an apparently circling wreck. The third, the treehouse, explores the experience of discovering a family’s childhood tree house in rural France. The exhibition features a carefully made selection of etchings, carborundum prints and paintings connected by their investigation of the above themes.
Haarlem Artspace Winter Exhibition
Venue: Haarlem Artspace, Derby Road, Wirksworth, DE4 4BG
Contact: 01629 824945
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Dates: 14-12-2018 to 16-12-2018
Haarlem Artspace Winter Exhibition
Group exhibition for Haarlem Artspace artists and associates.
Rituals and Rites
Venue: Artcore, Derby
Contact: info@artcoregallery.org.uk
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Dates: 14-12-2018 to 17-01-2019
Rituals and Rites
I'm one of 26 artists exhibiting work in the Rituals and Rites exhibition at Artcore. We responded to the galleries open call to explore and celebrate the importance of rituals and rites in a contemporary, globalised world.
New Prints
Venue: Cank Street Gallery, Leicester
Contact: Dayle Fude 0116 2530313
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Dates: 30-11-2018 to 31-12-2018
New Prints
A selection of new silkscreen prints made whilst in residence at De Montfort University Leicester . 
Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair
Venue: Building 17, Cartridge Place, Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, London SE18 6ST
Contact: info@woolwichprintfair.com
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Dates: 22-11-2018 to 25-11-2018
Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair
My work Lamb's Tail XXII, a monoprint on Somerset newsprint, will be on display at the Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair from the 22nd - 25th November 2018. With over 350 specialist artists and exhibitors, Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair is the only fair in London to deal solely in contemporary printmaking, and the largest of its kind in the UK, set in the impressive former carriage factory at the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich.
RCA Secret 2018
Venue: Darwin building of the Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, London.
Contact: rca.ac.uk
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Dates: 30-11-2018 to 03-12-2018
An exhibition supporting the next generation of RCA students and your chance to purchase artworks by new and internationally acclaimed artists, illustrators and designers. All the funds raised through RCA Secret go directly back to the experience of the students at RCA.  Entrance via Jay Mews VIEWING DAY Friday 30 November, 12–7pm The postcards will also be available to view online 24 hours prior to Viewing Day. CHOOSE YOUR POSTCARDS Saturday 1 December, 12–6pmSunday 2 & Monday 3 December, 10am – 6pm POSTCARDS UNLIMITED! On the final day of the exhibition, all supporters are welcome back to get unlimited postcards. COLLECTION Thursday 6 December, 4–8pm FREE ADMISSION
Our Place
Venue: Gallery at The Old Fire Station, Oxford. Tuesdays to Saturdays 11am - 6pm
Contact: 01865 263990
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Dates: 16-11-2018 to 22-12-2018
Crisis artists collaborating with artist mentors – Mary Bell, Firooze Tahriri, Jordan Vanderhyde, Katie Taylor, Sonia Boué and Penny Maltby, present an exhibition which explores a sense of ‘place’. The artists have all investigated ideas of what the Old Fire Station means to them in terms of personal development and support. The work includes reference to elements of the unseen and forgotten within the building and also within themselves. The work within the exhibition acts as a reminder for us to always look a little deeper. It has been a real privilege to work as an artist mentor on this project. The exhibiton opening coincides with The Oxford Christmas light festival. https://www.oxfordschristmas.com/
Hauntology
Venue: The Asylum Gallery
Contact: Info@theasylumartgallery.com
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Dates: 12-10-2018 to 01-11-2018
Hauntology
My work 'Four Flags for Chapel Ash' will be part of a group show. This is an opportunity to see the work in a new context, 'addressing the forgotten places, empty spaces, the social forms which are held close to us by nostalgia, by ghosts'. 
Leicester Society of Artists Annual 2018
Venue: New Walk Museum Leicester
Contact: 07768488575
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Dates: 09-11-2018 to 16-12-2018
Leicester Society of Artists Annual 2018
The main exhibition by members of Leicester Society of Artists, which has been held annually at New Walk Museum & Art Gallery since 1897 and includes the winners of the LSA Student Award 2018  
Leicester Society of Artists Annual Show
Venue: Leicester Museum and Art Gallery - New Walk- Leicester
Contact: secretary@leicestersocietyofartists.co.uk
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Dates: 09-11-2018 to 16-12-2018
Leicester Society of Artists Annual Show
An annual show curated and hung by the members of The Leicester Society of Artists. Work includes Painting - Printmaking - Sculpture -  Photography - Mixed Media - and Ceramics.
The Northern Collective Exhibition
Venue: The Circle Gallery at Theatre by the Lake
Contact: Theatre by the Lake Box Office: 017687 74411
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Dates: 10-10-2018 to 11-11-2018
The Northern Collective Exhibition
I am exhibiting as part of The Northern Collective, this is our first group exhibition and we are delighted to be holding it at the prestigious Theatre by the Lake in Keswick. Comprising 16 artists from Cumbria and beyond the Northern Collective regularly meet to observe, be inspired by and make drawings at cultural sites such as Abbot Hall Gallery and Sprint Mill, Burneside with its unique collection of local memorabilia, and within the Cumbrian landscape. The artists will showcase a rich diversity of themes and artistic processes including painting, printmaking, textiles, collage and assemblage. As well as expansive landscape forms, themes explored in the Northern Collective include plant structures, texture and surface markings, and flora and fauna found in the natural environment.
Ann Marie Foster at Abbot Hall Gallery Shop
Venue: Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal
Contact: Abbot Hall: 01539 722464
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Dates: 20-02-2018 to 30-05-2018
Ann Marie Foster at Abbot Hall Gallery Shop
I was invited to showcase my work to coincide with the opening of the gallery's spring exhibitions, which will be celebrating the Royal Academy's 250th Anniversary and focusing on the work of female artists.
Smart Storytelling Day
Venue: Swinburne University (Hawthorn Campus), Australia
Contact: andrew
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Dates: 15-11-2018 to 15-11-2018
Smart Storytelling Day
i present the shimmering place project at the mina smart story telling day as a 10 minute video presentation with a live q&a session via an adobe connect link.
skin and bone with particle p
Venue: queens head pub, belper DE56 1FF
Contact: particle p
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Dates: 24-11-2018 to 24-11-2018
skin and bone with particle p
  'Skin and Bone' is an unusual percussion trio, straddling compositional material and free improvisation. The body's bones and skin act as inspiration.   Biography SKIN & BONE are a new trio with a difference, three percussionists!They are three musicians bringing different backgrounds and styles to the sound-table. The percussionists are Greg Rawson, George Grignon and Walt Shaw.Their backgrounds range through jazz, free improvisation, fusion, metal, and rock.Rather than meet somewhere in the middle, they explode in the middle, with a host of polyrhythms, sound textures and exciting grooves, some you can even dance to. ‘Drum battles’ it is not, the four compliment each other, weaving sound tapestries sometimes delicate and intricate, sometimes powerful.The formidable technique employed is subservient to the music and audiences can expect surprises. Greg, George and Walt think of themselves as a band rather than three percussionists. The inspiration for many, but not all of their pieces, derive from...
Open Site, Seager Gallery
Venue: Seager Gallery, Depftord Bridge
Contact: zara.pcarmel@gmail.com
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Dates: 21-09-2018 to 30-09-2018
Open Site, Seager Gallery
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