Escape the high street and indulge in a spot of late night Christmas shopping at the O3 Gallery.
Browse our eclectic range of hand-crafted ceramics, quirky stationary and sustainable jewellery.
First twenty guests will receive a complementary drink on arrival.
We are looking for a creative and enthusiastic marketer to fill this key role, working across all activities to engage audiences and increase attendance. The Corn Exchange Trust manages two key venues; the Corn Exchange which includes a 400 seat auditorium, a 40 seat independent cinema and thriving café, and New Greenham Arts our 140 seat black box studio and rehearsal space, 1000 square foot gallery, artist studios and workshop space.
Arts Development Officer, South Northamptonshire Council.
Supporting Northants Touring Arts, rural cinema, local arts organisations, practitioners and opportunities. Encouraging creativity in people of all ages throughout the district.
Community grants for arts organisations and Talented Performer grants for individuals under 19 yrs.
Also a specialist in music programming and promotion.
I am a mature (in my 50's), experienced Life and Portrait Model, I am 5'2" tall, of slim build and dress size 8 I am based in Abingdon and have my own car so happy to travel to locations up to a maximum of half an hour from me (unless a contribution can be made to my travel costs).
I'm currently a full time designer and programmer working as User Experience Visual Designer for a large Procurement company, but to relax and keep my artistic bent alive I spend hours in the evening sketching away smashed and scrapyard cars. Each car has a story to tell about its life, and my series of ballpoint and drawing pen sketches try and capture that lost moment of a car. I tend to use basic tools, and occasionally use colour and tend to draw on A4, however I have several recent pieces of work on A3. I love detail and old cars.
Jean-Luc Moulène at Modern Art Oxford is a solo exhibition of work by the seminal French artist (b.1955, Reims, France), tracing his practice from the early-nineties to the present, with an emphasis on recent work. The exhibition presents a collection of sculptures or ‘objects’, drawings, photographs and a newly commissioned film. The exhibition shows several series of works including his celebrated monochromes painted with BIC pen inks and his remarkable sculptural knots made from blown glass and cast bronze.
Support their creative development with Arts Award
Arts Award is for all young people and can work through any arts, cultural or media activity. Training as an adviser is the first step in getting going with Arts Award. Advisers support each young person and assess their progress.
Thursday, 8 November 2012 - Thursday, 6 December 2012
6pm to 8.30pm
Artist Book Making 08.11.12 – 06.12.12
An introduction to binding and decorative bookmaking. You will learn about pamphlet stitching, Japanese stab binding, maze, cut and folded books. Perfect for those who have little or no experience in book-binding or artist’s books, or just need a refresher course.
Tuesday, 6 November 2012 - Tuesday, 4 December 2012
6pm to 8.30pm
Digital Design 06.11.12 – 04.12.12
InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator are the most widely used DTP programs on the market – learn how to use them and see the potential of your computer as a working tool with this course.
You explore layouts for magazines and publicity materials, and examine composition and technical issues related to print, image and colour. £60
Jewellery Design & Make 06.11.12 – 04.12.12
Learn how to design and make jewellery in silver or base metals using traditional techniques.