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"There is something about water that draws us to it; it has a sort of power that has a mysterious hold on us. It is impossible to control; it is forever flowing and can take any course." Lily began her paintings for this exhibition during her artist residency in Cornwall in April earlier this year. She stayed by the sea, where she would walk and paint everyday. Lily fell in love with the silver light on the sea. Since coming…
For Lost Species Day 2019 exhibition, indigenous artist Deru Anding will be showcasing an inspiring series of grand panoramic drawings in which he encapsulates and preserves his natural environment and community for present and future generations. Curated by Susuana Amoah, this exhibition of Anding’s works raise awareness of protests against ongoing tropical deforestation and aims to encourage wider solidarity with indigenous communities. Join us for the launch event at 6pm on 20 November 2019. Click here to RSVP About the…
Please join us at Barge on November 21st for an exhibition and talk (6pm) about and Schools Without Walls’ proposals for a trail of signage and sculpture along the Undercliff Path. Our artists have worked with children from local schools St John The Baptist, Longhill and St Margaret’s to learn about the Marine Conservation Zone (MCZ) that runs along the coast here, and come up with ideas for signs and sculptures that help people on the Undercliff Path imagine what…
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