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This is Change
10 December 2016 – 24 December 2016
What impact do the marks that we make have on the world around us?
This is Change is an exhibition of artwork on paper, exploring how we – as artists, art producers and consumers – can be agents of change. Artists have been invited to donate an artwork with a view to raising awareness of and funds for ONCA’s work: inspiring creativity and positive action in the face of environmental change.
On the opening night, the public are invited to take part in a silent auction in which selected works will be available for bids upward of £50. Any works that are not snapped up will go on sale for £50 thereafter. This is an opportunity to find a Christmas gift like no other.
Wednesday 9th December, 6.15-7.30pm: This is Change: in conversation with Ali Smith and Donna Close
Artists include; Mark Anstee, Florence Boyd, Louise Bristow, Duncan Bullen, Carolyn Cameron, Melissa Campbell, Elliot Coffin, Chris Drury, Harriet Florence Farmer, Jane Fox, Susan Fynes, Chris Gilvan-Cartwright, Sarah Gittins, Barbara Ana Gomez, Mark Graver, Tom Hammick, Leora Honeyman, Tess Jaray (RA), Jenny Kendler, Richard Kenton-Webb, Clara Lacy, Patrick Letschka, Nomi Mcleod, Roderick Mills, Toby Palmer-Brewster, Emily Penn, Julian Perry, Skye Philips, Richard Plank, Ian Rawlinson, Chris Riddell, Jo Riddell, Chris Rose, Lucy Russell, Rebecca Salter (RA), Dafila Scott, Matt Sewell, Emma Stibbon (RA), Finlay Taylor, Avril Wilson, Richard Whadcock, Lucianna Whitaker, Sophie Wolfson, Craig Woodrow & Hoseob Yoon.
This is Change is co-curated by Laura Coleman and Alice Clayton, ONCA with Duncan Bullen and Philippa Lyon, University of Brighton.
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