Great opportunity to meet photographer and media artist Ingrid Pollard – ingridpollard.com for this free illustrated lecture
This project is totally non profit. It is open to everyone worldwide! Papergirl is a street art project originating in Berlin in 2006, which is now produced in cities worldwide. Art is collected from the creative community, exhibited, and then, in the style of American paperboys, rolled up and distributed by bicycle to random passers-by
The Light & Shade exhibition explores the juxtaposition and contrast of colour. We have many striking pieces of art that make a statement and not to be forgotten our 3D covers a range of ceramics, textiles, wood, glass, jewellery and photography. We have invited several guest artists with new pieces not regularly in the gallery.
Part of the Distinguished Visitor Programme Public Lecture Series, George Hallett: Photographer is a free talk but to book a places visit https://georgehallett-uclan.eventbrite.co.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This new installation explores the leaf as a sign, highlighting it’s accepted role in identifying species coupled with an inherent spiritual significance; acknowledged by many cultures around the world.
Signatus is a showcase of original work, created in the past year, as a result of a residency in the print room at UCLan on the AA2A scheme, in which the artist developed a unique method of printmaking, fusing elements from eastern and western traditions.
Denise Swanson is a resident artist and co-founder at Oxheys Mill Studios
The exhibition opens with a Private View on Thursday 3rd Oct between 6-8pm – light refreshments included. It is then runs until November 3rd, open Wednesdays to Saturdays from 11am-4pm.
Culture Warrington in partnership with Gallery At Bank Quay House are looking for gifted artists from the North West to have their work showcased alongside national and international talent at the Open exhibition as part of Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival 2013. Continue reading
Call for Papers / Photographic Work
Space, Location and Territory
Fieldwork is dedicated to publishing innovative work in contemporary photographic research. The journal is a forum for practitioners, writers and theorists to explore ideas and debates motivating new photographic work and new photographic thinking. Continue reading