Vanessa Marr: The Mighty Duster
An online exhibition of the work of textile artist Su Richardson, titled Wonderwoman. Richardson is a pioneer of British Feminist Art and contributor to two important art groups of the 1970s – the mail art project ‘Feministo’ and the feminist
I have been busy with family lately and had starred a number of items for when I was able to send information out. That’s why you have so many blog entries today. I thought if I sent them separately you
HINTERLAND RE-OPENING & FILM LAUNCH Today, as we mark the 75th anniversary of VJ Day, which signalled the end of WWII, I am writing to let you know that after a quiet launch at Greenhill Arts , (Devon) last night, Hinterland is
A few more things that you might find of interest – the tree images are stunning, and Stuart Cairns makes the most interesting items. Prism Textiles is a virtual exhibition. Not unlike one we might be resorting to at Peebles.
With all the exhibitions closed or postponed and everyone self isolating, we now have (possibly) more time to devote to our work. I will be researching some ideas for the next blog, but in the meantime here are some colourful
Welcome to February – January seemed to be so long and slow and not a lot happening. I hope everyone is battened down against the storm and not washed away. Anyway, February now seems to be racing along. A note
New to this blogging stuff, so today here are a few exhibitions – edge exhibition at Discovery Centre – Lindy Richardson’s exhibition at the University Library and Liza Green et al at Upright Gallery in Edinburgh. Looks like it’ll be