Friday, 27 March 2009
For a full brief please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submission deadline: 4.00 pm on Friday 17 April 2009
Wednesday, 25 March 2009
Friday, 20 March 2009
"A fantastic first time solo exhibition is being held at the Progress Theatre, Reading. Earl Jesse has been chosen to exhibit a selection of work to compliment the theatre performance adaptation of Shakespeare's MacBeth."
The Theatre opens at 7:15pm every evening, the performance starts at 7:45pm & bar until 11pm.
www.progresstheatre.co.uk Progress Theatre, The Mount, Christchurch Road, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 5HL
Tuesday, 17 March 2009
image courtesy of Richard Conway-Jones, a picture for you EVERY FRIDAY 10 -6 TWYFORD
It feels like there is a building momentum at the moment, I hope it's not just me that feels like that but I look where we all are as an un-cordinated group of artists getting things happen locally and regionally and how much we have changed in the past two years since Hang-On first started to happen.
We have contact points, regular mail outs, a blog to find info and gathering opportunities and working together in different ways. Many new things have happened including Gallery 10, arjeea21, just two minutes more, the new Wokingham Arts Independent Forum and changing the shop windows of Reading. Online networks such as the music space and then the Film Festival that happened last Autumn.
We want to keep building the momentum in as many ways as we can, supporting each other and strengthening the creative community here. Jo and I will be looking at how to extend the Hang-On and develop it so it works better for us all and to help us, please let us know what you'd like to see.
Monday, 16 March 2009
There is the very first meeting on 24th March at 6pm at THE ARTS BAR at THE CANTLEY LODGE Wellington Road, Wokingham.
Further information contact Dee on DCowell@spamarrest.com
Dee has mentioned the Arts Forum will be for the local berkshire "we have
people from Ascot/Sunningdale coming over, Reading as well as Crowthorne and Sandhurst..."
A lecturer at Thames Valley University and Kensington and Chelsea College, Claire divides her time between this and her studio at the East London Printmakers, Hackney.
Turbine House, Blake's Lock by the Bel and Dragon. Exhibition open daily 10-6pm. Full details: www.clairehynds.co.uk