Tuesday, 5 August 2008

braziers international artists workshops 2008

braziers international artists workshops 2008
3-19 August 2008
Braziers Park Open Day 2008
Sunday 17 August, 3 - 7 pm
07970 224474/07956 876547 or 01491 680221

Braziers International Artists Workshop (BIAW) is an artist-led initiative set up in 1995 to introduce visual artists from diverse backgrounds and disciplines to each other, and to different means of production and practice. This year in a return to the workshop’s origins and in parallel, as a small tribute to the permanent Community that resides at Braziers Park, the emphasis will be on seeking creative solutions through collaboration and exchange.

BIAW provides a forum for dialogue between artists from many nationalities in an environment that enables them to engage in extraordinary discourse and high quality art making; becoming a valuable focal point in an artist’s development and generating numerous future opportunities.

Participating Artists
Edwina Ashton: UK; Jonathan Baldock: UK; Katy Beinart: UK; Hang Feng Chen: China; Sunoj Damodaran: India; Julia Defferary: UK; Steven Eastwood: UK; Ghalib El-Khaldi: Jordan; Evgenia Golant: Russia; Uraline Hager: U.S.A.; Ellie Harrison: UK; Isabelle Krieg: Switzerland; Olawole Lagunju: Nigeria; Yingyu Na: China; Barak Reiser: Germany; Chris Schiavo: U.S.A; Mia Taylor: UK; Pauline Thomas: UK;

Co-ordinating Artists: Anna Boggon, Nicola Gray, Keran James, Jordan McKenzie, Bernadette Moloney.


jo thomas said...

How to get to Braziers Park
Braziers Park is in Oxfordshire, between Oxford and Reading;
Braziers Park
Nr. Wallingford
OX10 6AN
Tel: 07970 224474/07814 452582

We have hired a coach departing 2pm from Central London on Sunday 17th August. The pick up point is EASTBOURNE TERRACE coach bay, which runs down the West side of PADDINGTON STATION, arriving at Braziers at approximately 3pm and departing Braziers between 6.00 and 7.00pm.This service is provided at a nominal charge of £8.00.

It is essential that you book your place on the coach by Wednesday 13th August at the latest.
To book your place please email: coach2008@braziersworkshop.org with names and number of seats required..

Frequent trains run from London’s Paddington station, direct to the nearest local station, Goring and Streatley. The journey time is approximately 1 hour. It is a 15-minute cab journey to Braziers Park – there is a telephone booth outside the station. To book ahead the local taxi numbers are 01491 875875 or 01491 873963.
The 13.57 train arrives at 14.57; the 13.57 train at 14.57.

Take the M40 and exit at Junction 4.
Follow signs towards Marlow - A404, then the A4130 (formerly the A423) to Henley. In Henley, cross the bridge over the Thames and turn right at the lights in the centre of town, following signs to Wallingford and Oxford.
Follow the A4130 through Nettlebed and on to the Crowmarsh Roundabout.
Turn left onto the A4074 towards Reading.
Follow this for a couple of miles, ignoring signs to Ipsden, and look for the sign to Braziers Park, a turning on your left. This leads to Braziers College gates.

If you come on the M4 through Reading to the A4074 towards Wallingford, this turning is on your right. Look out for it after signs for Woodcote

alabama whirly said...

Brilliant! Thanks Jo for putting this one up