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12:00am Friday 17th May 2013
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12:00pm Thursday 2nd May 2013
CROFT Castle will be hosting a fantastic day of art on Monday, when, as part of the Time Will Tell exhibition, visitors will be invited to join the Artchaeologists of The House of Fairy Tales for a day of adventure and workshops for all ages.
9:54am Thursday 2nd May 2013
AN exhibition opening at The Arts Space at Hereford College of Arts sees renowned illustrators Girls Who Draw showing an array of fabulous beasts and imaginary beings to accompany Mythical Creatures, their fourth limited edition postcard book.
Woman to Woman - new exhibition at Apple Store Gallery features work by Vivienne Sole and Jane Tudge
12:00am Sunday 28th April 2013
HAVING previously looked at subjects as wide ranging as Alzheimer’s and Mind Shadow, artists (and friends) Vivienne Sole and Jane Tudge now turn their attention to some of their most intimate and personal expressions of loves, losses and memories in an exhibition, Woman to Woman, at the Apple Store Gallery.
3:41pm Thursday 25th April 2013
11:30am Friday 19th April 2013
THE current exhibition at The Arts Space at Hereford College of Arts features the work of four artists-in-residence at the end of their tenure as participants in the ‘Artists Access to Art Colleges’ (AA2A) scheme. AA2A is funded by the Arts Council England through the National Lottery Grants for the Arts programme, and enables artists and craftspeople to work on their own projects or research within the college’s specialist workshops and studios. This year four artists, Adrian Shiel, Ita Drew, Ruaraidh Monies and Shannon Donovan, took part. “The work I have created during this residence is a work in progress for my solo show at Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre in July later this year,” said Ita Drew, a graduate of the college’s BA (Hons) Contemporary Applied Arts course. “I used my residency to experiment with woodcarving and largescale ceramics, as I do not have these facilities outside the college.” Adrian Shiel: “I am selftaught with no formal art education. This illustrates why the AA2A scheme is so beneficial in allowing access not only to facilities, but to expert advice and support.” The exhibition runs until Thursday, May 2, open Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 4.30pm.
12:00am Friday 19th April 2013
THE current exhibition, To See Takes Time, at The Old Chapel Gallery in Pembridge, includes a series of garden bird paintings by Mary Woodin, poetry tiles by ceramicist Iris Milward, a new exhibitor at the gallery, and automata designer/maker Jane Ryan. Also new to the gallery this spring is contemporary glass designer/maker Ruth Shelley with her signature use of vivid, dramatic colour in fused and kilnformed glass.
11:00am Sunday 14th April 2013
THE spring exhibition at Old Chapel Gallery, Pembridge, runs until the end of April and features work by ceramicist Mary Rose Young, renowned for her brightly coloured ceramics but here showing a series of pastel paintings.
12:00am Saturday 6th April 2013
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