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Join us on Wednesday 1st June from 7.30pm and help us with our project planning session.
We’ll be thinking about how artists can respond to and create new works, performances and interventions as part of a Darlington based work called – blimey! bar
Ideas on a beer mat!
Upstairs at the Darlington Central Working Mens Club, 7 Beaumont Street, Darlington, DL1 5RN.
We’re really looking forward to our next artist talk on Wednesday 3rd June at 7.30pm in our usual venue, Darlington Central Club with photographer Louise Taylor.
Louise Taylor is a photographer and founding member of arts collective Wideyed, and along with colleagues Lucy Carolan and Richard Glynn has taken part in key photography festivals, received awards and bursaries, participated in international arts residences, and exhibited from England to India. From Mongolian nomads to County Durham shooting syndicates, her work focuses on rural issues, people and place. A strong connection to the land is the common thread throughout.
To see more of Louise’s work visit her website www.louisetaylorphotography.co.uk
Everyone is welcome to join us for our artist talks – artists and non-artists alike
This years artist talks have been programmed with support from Creative Darlington
Our meeting this week on Wednesday 3rd Dec, will take place at Crown Street Gallery between 6.30pm and 7.30pm.
Artist Jackie Stonehouse is currently exhibiting at the gallery and will give an insight into her work and an opportunity to view the work on display.
Everyone is welcome and afterwards we will be heading to The William Stead for a few festive drinks.
See you there
All welcome – Paul’s talk will start at 7.30pm, Wednesday 5th November, Central Club, Darlington
Paul Jex is a Newcastle based artist who is focused on the apparently tangential mechanisms of the presentation and approach of art. His work evaluates the process in which the audience participates with art, whether this be in newspapers, books, online or first hand in public domains such as galleries or other spaces of engagement.
At the centre of Paul’s methodology is the act of collecting, appropriating and referencing of images. With various levels of meaning supported by antidotes his work reveals a sequence of individual and holistic investigations.
As part of the blimey! artist talk, Paul will discuss the importance of chance and discovery, individual and group participation and in particular his on going exploration of the monochrome; the single colour in art.
For further information please visit one of Paul’s links below: