Artistic and cultural eventsPosted by Janette Thu, October 15, 2015 16:14:13
As part of the Cambridge Festival of Ideas, new EAST member, Felicity is one of the artists involved in an exhibition remembering the "forgotten heroes" of WWI.
This First World War centenary exhibition works with the artists - Janice Wilkins, Caroline Jaine and Felicity Borwick - to create a legacy for the "Forgotten Heroes" of the Great War, including people from Britain’s dominions and colonies who fought alongside the British. This collection of is as a result of artists collaborating with WWI historians to unearth images and stories of the subjects. Taking inspiration from the photographs, the artists have produced fresh new portraits to honour and commemorate their service.
Visit the Michaelhouse Centre in Cambridge between 19th and 31st October to be sure to see them and learn more about their stories.
For a free downloadable catalogue of the show please visit this link.
Printed copies are available at the exhibition (subject to numbers).
Artistic and cultural eventsPosted by Janette Sat, September 12, 2015 19:35:12
E.A.S.T are very pleased to announce a new venue for their Between the Lines
exhibition for the summer of 2016. E.A.S.T have been invited by Landmark Arts Centre
in Teddington to exhibit between Wednesday 15 June and Sunday 10 July 2016.
Full details will follow in due course. In addition there will be a tea and talk session, family workshop and full day embroidery workshop - details of which will follow in due course.
Artistic and cultural eventsPosted by Janette Wed, June 24, 2015 18:20:12
"Between the Lines" is coming to Snape Maltings
in Suffolk soon - from Thursday 2nd to Wednesday 8th July 2015. The exhibition will be held in the Pond Gallery.
Sales table as well as exhibition.
The Maltings has plenty of other places to visits - shops, cafes, exhibitions, etc in beautiful old malting buildings as well as wildlife walks and river trips.
Artistic and cultural eventsPosted by Janette Fri, April 10, 2015 19:19:03
Tomorrow (11.4.2015) is officially Slow Art Day
, encouraging the art of really looking. It is a skill I have begun to appreciate recently.
It has been suggested that most people when visiting an art exhibition spend only a few seconds looking at each piece before moving on. When confronted by a large selection of works, it is difficult not to. However, by spending time on just a few choice works it can be more rewarding and it may surprise you how much you see.
The advice for the Slow Art Day is to visit an art gallery (their website gives an international list of museums and galleries that are taking part), choose about five pieces of work and then spend 5 to 10 minutes on each one. Afterwards, if you in an official group (or if not if you are with a friend), spend time discussing what you have seen.
The advice is to:
Pause - Observe - Reflect
It would be nice to think that someone visiting Between the Lines at the Corinium Museum, Cirencester
might take the opportunity to look at these art works slowly - and we know some visitors already have.
Between the Lines at Cirencester continues for just over one week now - finishing on the 19 April 2015. It will not be on display again until it moves to Snape in the summer.
Artistic and cultural eventsPosted by Janette Sat, March 21, 2015 10:24:31
"Between the Lines" is now on display at the Corinium Museum
in Park Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2BX. The museum is open 10 am to 4pm Monday to Saturday and between 2 and 4pm on Sundays. The exhibition will be on display there until 19 April 2015.
Susan and I will be there on Monday so photos will follow.
Artistic and cultural eventsPosted by Janette Sat, March 07, 2015 18:48:41
"Between the Lines" at Braintree is open for just one more week at Braintree District Museum
- take down will be from 2pm next Saturday, 14 March 2015
From 21 March to 19 April 2015 the exhibition will be moving to the Corinium Museum
, Cirencester in Gloucestershire.
Artistic and cultural eventsPosted by Janette Sun, March 01, 2015 17:11:48
Many visitors to the BETWEEN THE LINES exhibition at Braintree Museum have commented on how much they have enjoyed looking at the workbooks.
We know ourselves how useful, and enjoyable it is to see how artists developed their ideas. Here are a few snippets of some of the pages on display, with pages by Ellen Devall (top left), Tricia (top right), Liz (bottom left) and June (bottom right).
The exhibition continues until Saturday, 14th March 2015 - the exhibition will be taken down at 2pm on that day so don't leave your visit until the last minute.
Artistic and cultural eventsPosted by Janette Sat, January 10, 2015 19:04:55
As part of the Between the Lines
exhibition, now open at Braintree District Museum
, Braintree in Essex, we have a little bit of Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Blood