Preview 5th Feb 6-8pm
Exhibition open till 26th April 2020
Lady Kitt//Connor Shields// Zara Worth//Laura Porter//
Sara Cooper//Kathryn Lund// Tisna Westerhof//West End Women
The word "craft" has historically been more closely related to domestic chores than fine art practice. Regarded as women's work embroidery, sewing or knitting were practical skills for the home and family; excluded from the sphere of art history. This exhibition explores the past and present of craft-based contemporary art; considering how we can rewrite women's stories in art history by re-evaluating the significance of craft-based artworks and celebrating the contemporary engagement with craft techniques. The programme will also include opportunities for audiences to learn traditional and contemporary applications of craft.
Join weaver, Charlotte Hanford in her live weave project, where you will learn a new craft-based skill of weaving with recycled yarn. All ages welcome, woven work made by attendees will be shown in the CRAFT exhibition.
No need to book!
All ages welcome
Nature, Nurture, Future:
Artists and researchers discuss parenting, future generations, art and participation.
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You are invited to this free Saturday afternoon participatory workshop, and an on-location recording of the award-winning ArtyParti radio programme and podcast.
Every Saturday Thought Foundation art team run weekly art classes which explore the work of artists & their techniques, develop sketchbooks & improve skills.
Sessions are weekly priced at £10 per human
6-9-year-olds starts at 10 till 11.30
10-15-year-olds starts at 12 till 1.30
All art materials are provided, creativity guaranteed.
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Thought Foundation Clarity House Durham Road Birtley
New yoga class starts on 2nd March 2020
6:30pm to 8pm
£40 for 5 classes, paid in advance
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