Events - 30 Jun 18

Alan Chapman, Terminal, Acrylic, 80 x 60 cm Image credit; Martin Alan Smith

Boundaries

Saturday 23 June - Sunday 8 July
11:00 am - 5:00 pm

 Private View: Friday 22 June, 7 – 9 pm

A continuing exploration of diverse forms coming together and drifting apart.
New work by painter and printmaker, Alan Chapman; experimental works
in acrylic.

Alan Chapman is an Edinburgh-based painter and printmaker, who trained at Teesside College of Art and Sunderland College of Art, graduating with BA (Hons) Fine Art in 1980.
His current work combines painting, collage and printmaking techniques to produce sheets of pure colour.

www.alanchapmanartist.co.uk

Given Half A Chance

Saturday 23 June - Sunday 1 July
11:00 am - 5:00 pm

Preview: Friday, June 22 at 7 PM – 9 PM
Music and performance evening
: Friday, July 6 at 6:30 PM – 9 PM

Given half a chance showcases the work of a mix of artists, brought together by their ability to react and respond to the unpredictability and precarity of artistic opportunities. 

Their works reflect and respond to this fleeting sense of presence and encounter through varying mediums. 

On the one hand their fragmented works create haunting moments of poignant reflection and unnerving irreverence. Whilst, on the other, they embrace the space before them as an opportunity to collaborate, display and discuss their works, creating an open space in which they show exactly what they’d do given half a chance…

Featured artists include: 

Tyler Blair
Shawn Bodden
Josh Corkill
Luke Thomas Edwards
Tessa Maudlin
Stephanie Wilson

 

Dotty Art for Wellbeing Class by Upcycled World

Saturday 30 June
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

What is Dotty Art?

Dotty Art is all about relaxing, feeling good and having fun.

It’s a gentle mindful practice that helps relieve worries, stress and anxiety, promoting wellbeing. Using dots to create images is a primitive art form rooted in tribal cultures across the world from Europe to Australia to Africa.

What will I do at this class?

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