Country Matters in Gallery at Brockholes

Gallery at Brockholes

The Art & Craft Guild of Lancashire have moved gallery shop from Burscough Wharf.

We are now Gallery at Brockholes, Brockholes Visitor Village & Nature Reserve, Junction 31, M6 – brown signed, Samlesbury (A59), near Preston, PR5 0AG. Continue reading

Eklectik Live Art Event – submissions call

Eklectik is a Live Art platform for Contemporary Theatre, giving artists an opportunity to present their work at a live platform event in Preston. It is an open call out to students and recent graduates/emerging artists who want an opportunity to showcase their work. Apply NOW to give yourself this opportunity for more experience in performance and live art. Artists must cover their own production costs, but will be assisted with any technological elements if required. Continue reading

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Experimental in Nature

This exhibition is an exploration into various experimental techniques and different means of presenting  work under the theme of ‘Experimental in Nature’. Through this exploration, a few have branched out into working with film. Those working with film, focus on the photograph as a physical object and so have looked into different ways of printing and presenting the final images. By having both digital and film in the exhibition, a discussion is opened between old and new.

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Subplots to a City

Subplots to a City: Ten years of In Certain Places explores how In Certain Places’ work has influenced approaches to art, culture and urban development by revisiting its activities over the last decade. Alongside photographs of all the projects, the publication also features interviews with artists and project participants, archival material, and contextual essays and contributions by Paul O’Neill, Jonathan Vickery,Owen Hatherley, Lubaina Himid, Sophie Hope, John Newling and Becky Shaw. As a case study, the book, which is edited by Gerrie van Noord, Charles Quick and Elaine Speight, provides a useful resource for other public art commissioners, artists and students interested in place-based art, while contributing to the critical discourse surrounding such practices.

The book launch will take place at the Harris Museum & Art Gallery on Wednesday 18th February and will include a short presentation by the writer and broadcaster Bob Dickinson, followed by a drinks reception. The event is invite only and all attendees will receive a complimentary copy of the publication (RRP £15).

Please RSVP via Eventbrite