ALL STATIONS GO 8 & 9 September 2018, 10am - 4pm Settle, Horton-in-Ribblesdale & Ribblehead Stations
In collaboration with the Settle-Carlisle Railway Trust & Northern Rail, Three Peaks Arts takes over the three stations for exhibitions, workshops and drop-in activities. Come and talk to the artists and view exhibitions of local professional artists work at Settle, Horton-in-Ribblesdale and Ribblehead stations. For more information, click HERE
CRAFTED BY HAND Masham Town Hall, Masham 3 - 4 November, 10am - 4pm I'm delighted to have been accepted to take part in the autumn 'Crafted by Hand' in my old home town of Masham. There will be around 40 stalls, including jewellery, ceramics, glass, sculpture, printmaking, artist books. You'll be able to meet the makers as well as watch or try your hand at various art and craft skills. A range of delicious homemade cakes, tea and coffee from Nutmeg Creative Cakery will be available in the Town Hall. Entry is £2, under-16s 50p. For more information click HERE
CRAFT MARKET KENDAL The Malt Room, Brewery Arts, Kendal Fri 23 November, 5.30 – 8.30, Sat 24 November, 10 – 5 Sun 25 November, 12 – 5 Once again Kendal hosts the prestigious ‘Craft Market Kendal’ at the Brewery Arts Centre over the weekend of 23rd to 25th November 2018. This annual showcase of everything that is outstanding about Cumbrian art and craft will run over three days and will provide the opportunity to buy high-quality Christmas gifts at affordable prices for those special people. Organiser and artist Jan Huntley Peace emphasises that this event is much more than an art and craft fair.
IN PRINT: MAKING IMPRESSIONS 11 October 2018 - 6th January 2019 Watts Contemporary Gallery In Print: Making Impressions brings together artists working in a wide range of printmaking methods and includes: Hester Cox, Anita Klein, Chris Orr, Faith Chevannes, Anna Harley, Hilary Daltry, Anne Gournay & Sue Wheeler.
GREAT PRINT EXHIBITION 9th November 2018 - 3rd February 2019 Rheged Centre, Penrith The Great Print Exhibition is the largest exhibition of its kind in the UK. With over 350 framed artworks on the wall by over 60 printmakers from up and down Britain, it’s an excellent chance to see and buy original art. You’ll be able to learn about this widely varied art form, with information on how different prints are made and videos showing artists making their work, along with examples of tools and printing plates used to create prints. On certain days, the Making Space will be occupied by a printmaker, offering live demonstrations as they create new prints right there in the gallery.