Events - 15 Dec 17

Create to Move: Practising Play

Tuesday 12 December - Friday 22 December
11:00 am - 5:00 pm

The first iteration of an exploratory collaboration between two visual artists  & one dancer-choreographer. This will be an improvised residency where the artists will respond together through tasks, movement and environment.

What challenges and inspirations can arise when you physically can’t be in the same location?

One artist will be located in India working at a dance residency, the other two will be at St Margaret’s House whilst also juggling other jobs & commitments. How might they respond when they are together and apart?

There won’t be a final exhibition output from this residency, but visitors are welcome to pop in and say hi.

Participating artists:
Emma Macleod (visual artist)
Fiona Hermse (visual artist)
Emma Snellgrove (dancer-choreographer)

Residency | An artist at work

Tuesday 12 December - Friday 22 December
11:00 am - 5:00 pm

Residency with bursary studio artist Anjila Wilson

“We often see an artists work installed but not always the journey before hand, the journey which can either be the bounty or the burden of the artists practice, just as life, art is a never ending discovery”

Gallery 2 will be used as a working space for the artist to
explore various ideas for an up and coming exhibition in July

The gallery will be open to the public to allow a rare
occurrence; a glimpse into the day to to day life in the artists
world of making, researching and ideas.

Opening days: 
Monday 12th December
Tuesday 13th December
Wednesday 14th December
Saturday 16th December
Thursday 21st December
Friday 22nd December
Gallery closed otherwise

For more details about the artist work visit

Primary Art Club

Friday 15 December
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Our classes are fun and friendly. They introduce different artists and techniques each week. Children get to use a variety of materials and are encouraged to further their ability and imagination. We meet children where they are, all abilities are welcome. This term we will be looking at Surrealism, with classes including clay, puppetry, painting, printmaking, sculpture and mask making!