Tagged with Exhibition

Opportunity: Pound Arts Young Open 2019

Opportunity: Pound Arts Young Open 2019

Up For Discussion Pound Arts Young Open 2019 5 – 26 October FREE ENTRY Pound Arts will be holding an Open exhibition for artists aged 15-21 years old, with the aim of giving them the opportunity to show work in the Pound’s newly refurbished Gallery Space. The exhibition title will be ‘Up For Discussion’, and … Continue reading

Guest blog: GrowFlowShow – Anya Beaumont and Jo Taylor present new works for exhibition inspired by the architectural story of Corsham.

Guest blog: GrowFlowShow – Anya Beaumont and Jo Taylor present new works for exhibition inspired by the architectural story of Corsham.

Katie Ackrill, curator and Visual Arts Coordinator at The Pound, invited us to exhibit together as our respective work has a visual relationship and takes inspiration from architectural ornament. To start the conversation we arranged a series of “drawing dates” at Corsham Court, by kind permission of James Methuen-Campbell. During these sessions we worked in … Continue reading

Opportunity: Call out for Shape Open 2019

The Open is Shape’s annual exhibition of artwork by disabled and non-disabled artists created in response to a disability-centred theme. The Open provides a space where disabled and non-disabled artists can discuss views and ideas about issues and topics which are often sidelined within artistic debate. This year’s theme is ‘In Circles’. More details: https://www.shapearts.org.uk/news/submissions-for-shape-open-2019. … Continue reading

Opportunity: The OVADA Seven Counties Open 2019

The OVADA Seven Counties Open was created in 2013 to provide exhibition opportunities, support and development for contemporary artists aged18 or over based in Oxfordshire and the surrounding Counties including Wiltshire. Artists at any stage of their career are invited to submit work in any medium, including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, installation, photography, performance, sound … Continue reading

Guest blog: Prudence Maltby writes about the concluding Cicatrix events at the end of its touring

Guest blog: Prudence Maltby writes about the concluding Cicatrix events at the end of its touring

Swindon and Montreal: These final exhibitions have been an opportunity to further expand the Cicatrix project, successfully reflecting the Commonwealth collaboration between the six artists on Salisbury Plain, honouring their compatriots who trained in this landscape to fight in WW1. For Montreal we each created a print version of the project for Montreal, Cicatrix Imprimé; … Continue reading