Celebrate Community Talent in Summer Exhibition
2010 exhibition and workshops at Acton High School
Summer Exhibition 2010 will take place between Saturday 5th and Tuesday 8th June at Acton High School, and will exhibit a wide range of art. This is the 7th year that local artists have had the opportunity to exhibit and this year the public will for the first time have the chance to take part in Master Classes which will take place at 3pm on Saturday and Sunday.
Saturday 5th June to Tuesday 8th June
Saturday and Sunday from 2:00pm – 5:00pm, with Master Classes at 3:00pm
Monday and Tuesday from 10:00am – 3:00pm
• Tim Norris. Wood sculpture workshop. Talk, demonstration and hands on session learning the craft of wood carving. During the workshop participants will undertake a small relief carving in wood, which will take approximately 1- 2 hours. Participants (adults and young people over 10) should wear closed toe shoes. Check out Tim’s website: www.timnorris.co.uk
• Carl Gabriel. Contemporary Carnival artist & wire sculpting. Demonstration and talk by international artist Carl Gabriel. He considers shape and balance, the use and properties of different materials, and the control of the wire by bending and forming.
• Rachel Lillywhite. Photoshop workshop. Bring along a photograph, or take a photo on the day, and learn photo-manipulation techniques.
If you are interested in signing up for any of these workshops, contact email@example.com. Places are limited, so sign-up as soon as possible.
The Arts Forum has been working with brand experience agency, Jack Morton Worldwide, and students from Acton High School to curate an exciting exhibition of art by professional and amateur artists as well as students. It is the first time that the exhibition is being produced with the expert input of this award winning agency throughout.
Rachel Pepper, ACF community development organiser commented: "Summer Exhibition 2010 is a great opportunity for the arts community to come together and display the creative arts from a rich mix of professional and community arts. The exhibition will showcase artists and reflect the diversity and talent of our local communities."
May 28, 2010