Upcoming Events

Bristol Photo Festival

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery Queens Rd,, Bristol

Bristol Photo Festival is a new and innovative festival that celebrates the power and diversity of photography. We commission and produce national, international solo and group exhibitions in a biannual festival across the city of Bristol. We also run an ongoing national and international programme of talks, events, workshops and training through a partnership model ... Read more

Fragments of Five Fairground Females by Dr Amy Goodwin

Cecil Sharp House 2 Regent’s Park Road, London

This exhibition explores the historical lives of five historical females, who all worked in the travelling steam fairgrounds of the West Country, mostly since forgotten, and is on show at Cecil Sharp House, the London home of the English Folk Dance and Song Society, in June. Through a series of visual installations, traditional signwriter, fairground ... Read more

UnEarthed: Solo Exhibition by Eleanor Lakelin

Sarah Myerscough Gallery The Old Boathouse, 1 White Hart Lane, London

Eleanor’s new series of monumental sculptural columns embody a profound soulfulness in relation to time and nature; these towering edifices stand proud and poised in a crowded corner of the artist’s busy studio in Deptford. Eleanor whips around in a cloud of frenzied activity, stepping agilely from one piece to the next; all are in varied ... Read more

Forces of Nature Exhibition

Gallery 94 Glyndebourne, New Rd, Lewes

The Forces of Nature group show is Glyndebourne’s first all-women exhibition. Bringing together new works on paper and paintings, the show explores wo(man’s) relationship with nature, our fascination with its beauty and forms, its power and our fears about its current degradation. The exhibiting artists are Lesley Birch, QEST Scholar Kate Boucher, Katie Brookes, Morag ... Read more

National Scupture Prize 2021 Summer Exhibition

Broomhill Estate Broomhill, Muddiford, Barnstaple

The National Sculpture Prize (NSP) for emerging outdoor artists was founded by Rinus and Aniet Van de Sande in 2009 to inspire, motivate and support emerging artists living in the UK. Eleven years on the prize continues to represent the UK’s premier platform for emerging sculptors to showcase their talents by having their work publicly ... Read more

On A Knife Edge

Lettering Arts Trust Snape Maltings, Saxmundham

The UK is at risk of losing a quarter of its mammal species according to a new report authored by 70 British wildlife charities. The Wild Cat, common Dormouse and the Greater Mouse-eared Bat are among those species teetering on the edge of disappearing. In the State of Nature Report 2019, the first of its ... Read more

Egham Visions with Estella Castle

Egham Museum The Literary Institute, 51 High Street,, Egham

The ‘Egham Visions’ project, funded by the Arts Council of England, draws on the Egham Museum’s John Hassell watercolour collection, painted in the 1820s, as a backdrop for exploring hidden stories.  As well as placing these pictures in the wider context of contemporary political, agricultural, industrial and social lives, there are relevant local stories which display humour, ... Read more

Haf || Summer at Gallery Ten with Sophie Southgate

Gallery Ten The Coach House, R/O 143 Donald Street,, Cardiff

Haf || Summer at Gallery Ten The gallery’s celebrated annual summer exhibition welcomes two new artists to the gallery - photographer Jon Pountney and painter Annie Morgan Suganami. Pountney’s documentation of nostalgia-tinged social history and Suganami’s vibrant and energetic still-life paintings will hang along side new and recent work by Helen Booth, André Stitt, Sue ... Read more

Shelley Anderson

The Exchange Princes Street, Penzance

Paintings and metal sculptural works by Newlyn-based Shelley Anderson. Born and brought up in the creative environment of West Cornwall, artist and craftsman Shelley Anderson first started toying with metal in his dad’s garage. This led him to train in Silversmithing and Metal Fabrication at Falmouth College of Art. He uses new and innovative techniques ... Read more

Textiles Happening with Sinead Travers

Royal College of Art Kensington Gore, London

Textiles Happening is a new event brought to you by the RCA’s most recent Textiles graduating cohort. This event will present work which strives to re-define and re-examine textiles language and textile practice in 2021. It will showcase a wide range of thoughts, initiatives and making on a series of ‘stages’. These stages will display ... Read more

Spoon Carving with Steve Tomlin

Greenwood Days Ferrers Centre for Arts & Crafts, Staunton Harold

A one day introduction to the popular craft of spoon carving. You’ll spend the day learning the basic skills while carving a handsome cooking spoon. The day enables you to learn effective carving methods in a safe, relaxed environment. You’ll go home with your own spoon and the skills to continue this rewarding craft.


Fan Bird Carving with Steve Tomlin

Greenwood Days Ferrers Centre for Arts & Crafts, Staunton Harold

Steve Tomlin will be teaching you to carve these amazing and beautiful birds from a single piece of wood. You will look at selecting wood and preparing it for carving before you learn to carve your own bird using simple tools and Steve’s own specially developed techniques. Expect to go home with two or more ... Read more