A selection of forthcoming and current events by Axisweb Members.
Explore a range of printmaking techniques (Drypoint, Monotype, Monoprint) over a six-week block discovering a variety of methods. Through learning and developing your unique style of printing practice, discover various modes of printmaking, working at
Lisa Selby + Elliot Murawski
ADDICTION AND PRISON - THE UNDOING OF SHAME
When Elliot went to prison for three years addicted to class A drugs, his life and the life of his partner Lisa changed forever. During his sentence, Lisa started the Instagram
One person exhibition
an exhibition of defiance and wonder from artist-performer-writer gobscure responding to the art and life of parajanov in sound, installation, visual-poetry and questionings
sergei parajanov (1924-1990) is world-renowned as film director. he was
Microscopy of the Union Flag, the latest body of work by Chris Oakley, is a forensic visual examination of the Union Jack. Utilising progressively greater magnification, the exhibition is an exploration of physical aspects of the national flag intended
Solo exhibition of photography and video by Mandy Williams at Worthing Museum & Art Gallery, Sussex
A talk by Andrew Rafferty and Kevin Crossley-Holland on their new book, Seahenge: A journey. 21st January 2020 at the Stony Stratford Literary Festival.
18 artists in response to domesticity.
23rd January - 4th February
Open: 1pm - 9pm (Mon-Fri) & 10am-9pm (Sat-Sun)
Alice Campos / Nigel Dawes / Jake Francis / Sandy Harris / Sally Gorham / O.Yemi Tubi / Hannah Lehane / Jessica
Caron Penney will be exhibiting at London Art Fair in the Platform section, Threading Forms curated by Candida Stevens in January. Penney and fellow artist Katharine Swailes will be represented by Atelier Weftfaced on stand G46.
Delighted to have been invited with Art Textiles Made in Britain to take part in the 19th Tokyo International Great Quilt Festival from 23-29 January 2020 . We will be showing alongside heritage quilts form the Quilters Guild Museum collection as part
The exhibition seeks to reframe and redraw the Cook narrative through a series of viewing devices, mirrors, and items of clothing to challenge notions of home, nationality, identity and freedom of movement. The exhibition includes costumes, props, interior
I know small things. I let time go slow. Preserving a record – wearing it – bent bodied
Hawthorn. Curlew. Catherine. A Milk Bowl. Greg (gritstone). An ensemble of musicians, vocalists, and sound-emitting sculptures perform five perspectives on landscape,
Speaking about my practice at The Print Symposium, Printmaking in the Expanded Field.
The exhibition will be open 30 Jan - 1 Feb 12-6pm with a Private view on the 31 of January from 6-8pm. 10-12 New Market street, Leeds, LS1 6DG.
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