This summer will see the first Python Arts Festival held at all four Python Galleries across the North East and North West of England from the 20 July to the 3 August 2013. The exhibition is open to all artists in the North East and North West whether professional, amateur or student. Continue reading
An opportunity from the Harris Museum & Art Gallery for local artists to exhibit in the fantastic main exhibition space, in the annual ‘Harris Open’.
All Preston-based artists are invited to submit works in painting, photography, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, textiles and more – digital works can be entered, too! Continue reading
The gallery would like to say Happy New Year to all our friends and followers and thank you very much for your support in 2012!
There are lots of exciting plans for the new year including exhibitions from Nathan Pendlebury, Markmakers and WCAF winner David Foster plus the inaugural Python Arts Festival! Watch this space!
First up to launch the New Year will be:
Tracy Hill: Terrains opening 17th January 6-8pm. All welcome!
Oxheys Mill Studios have issued a call for submissions for their 2012 ‘Winter‘ exhibition, asking artists to submit work that respond to the theme of ‘winter’, which is open to wide interpretation. It is hoped this will build on the success of last years’ Winter exhibition, which received an impressive response from artists in all media, making an interesting and imaginative show from which several works sold during the Private View! Continue reading
This year’s Fellowship of ArtLab artists, Naomi Jones and Rebecca Liggett are exhibiting work produced over the last year, including etchings, collagraphs and screen prints. 5-16th November at PR1 Gallery, UCLAN, Preston. Private View is 7th Nov 5.30-8.30pm
As part of its long awaited grand opening on Saturday the 16th June The Gallery At St George’s House, Bolton, will proudly present five of the finest local contemporary artists on its newly dried walls. The five handpicked artists, Jason Simpson, Scott Devon, Ross Davis, Margaret Jackson and David Jackson, who comprise both written and visual artists have all been collaborating at the neo:studios. Continue reading
DART Gallery is offering the opportunity for local artists to sell their products and to inspire young students in their creative endeavours. The official launch date for DART is set for the 21st of June, to be opened by Wayne Hemingway and sponsored by the international company, Graham & Brown.
DART Gallery is a student led social enterprise, located within the confines of Darwen Aldridge Community Academy, an Academy and Sixth Form located within Lancashire. DART will sell and exhibit artwork and contemporary products, including crafts, produced by the local community and global on-trend purchasing. DART will also serve as a creative hub for the local community for learning new skills, sharing new skills and as a stepping stone for people in the community to build their own creative businesses. In terms of footfall, on site, we have over 1,100 staff and students daily, over 200 local people a week who visit our location for adult learning courses and over 300 visitors a week from across the region who visit us for various reasons. Continue reading