Heavy Duty Paper is curated by Nat Pitt, showing at Division of Labour, Worcester.
‘Inspired by the abundance of cardboard accumulated during lockdown business, Heavy Duty Paper explores our relationship with materials and celebrates the act of model making as an opportunity for learning.’
Division of Labour
4 Edgar Street, Worcester, WR1 1PR
Exhibition continues: 21 August – 8 October 2020
Open by appointment.
For more information, visit the website here
I am pleased to have two pieces of work selected for the Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival Open Exhibition, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, 2020.
Warrington Museum and Art Gallery
Museum Street, Warrington, WA1 1JB
Exhibition continues: 11 September – 20 December 2020
For more information, including opening times, visit the website here
Homeness is a solo show that brings together a collection of new and existing pieces, which use the miniature to explore different perspectives on home-like qualities. The works consider our relationship to home on an individual and wider societal level.
Preview: 18 April 6 – 9 pm
Exhibition continues: 19 April – 11 May 2019
Open Wed – Fri 11 – 6, Sat 12 - 5
For more information and directions, visit the website www.airgallery.space
Paradise Open Studio Weekend
East Philip Street, Salford
13 and 14 October 2018
Saturday 12-6, Sunday 12-5pm
Party Saturday 6-10pm
For more information and directions, click here
I will be opening my studio for the weekend, showing a mix of new and existing work. Please pop in and say hi, if you are about. I hope that you can join us then.
BiblioTECH: From Bookshelf to Big Data
The Portico Library, Manchester
7 July - 18 August 2018
For more information click here
Artists Claire Tindale, Dan Hays and Jane Lawson explore the opportunities and challenges that arise as we adapt to new technological formats for storing and sharing information. As digitisation projects strive to scan and transcribe as much data as possible, what is the role of books and libraries?
Image and edited text courtesy of theportico.org.uk