Co-curated by Susan Kinley, glass artist and Devon Guild of Craftsmen Member.
will offer valuable opportunities for collaboration and information exchange between artists, audiences and new partners, which can include schools, universities, museums and heritage sites. These can take the form of talks, workshops and site visits that will encourage a dialogue between artists, archaeologists and participants. Resources and content include:
Size: Designed to fit 140m sq but flexible in its arrangement.
Cost: £1000 plus VAT. Fee for exhibition plus one way transport within the UK and insurance nail to nail. Exhibition swapping can be negotiated.
Further info: Saffron Wynne, Exhibitions Manager: email@example.com / 01626832223
Hilary Paynter - Age of Enlightenment
A body of wood engravings by renowned artist and Guild Member, Hilary Paynter
- with work specifically commissioned on the subject of ageing which has been informed by dialogue and interaction with inter-generational groups. Funded by the Baring Foundation and the Arts Council.
Touring to the following venues 2016-17:
Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital (Wonford)
Second floor gallery, Barrack Road, Exeter EX2 5DW
2 July - 31 July
White Moose Gallery
Barnstaple EX32 8HX
5 August - 15 September 11am - 5pm Tuesdays - Fridays & 11am - 2pm Saturdays
Paignton Library, Ageing Well Festival, Torbay TQ4 5AG
20 September - 22 October
Dorset County Hospital
Exhibition corridor and café, North Wing L2, Williams Ave, Dorchester, Dorset DT1 2JY
5 November - 7 January 2017 8am - 7pm daily
Royal United Hospitals, Bath BA1 3NG
19 January - 4 May 2017
Image: Hilary Paynter, Biker 1, * wood engraving in studio
'Home Ground' exhibition & community project
For information about our ACE funded touring project and related exhibitions: 'Home Ground' and 'Souvenirs from Home', please go to the exhibitions' events pages on this website to find out more:
Home Ground (2015-16)
Souvenirs from Home (2016-17)
Home Ground Craft Project - website/blog
Image: Melanie Tomlinson 'Jo Boxhall's football boots', gilded boots
Touring exhibitions archive:
Members' exhibitions in association with Villages in Action:
Outline South-West (print) - Anita Reynolds
19/20 October South Zeal Victory Hall, South Zeal, Okehampton, EX20 2JL, 10.30pm - 5.30pm. Free entry.
Events: LAUNCH 19 Oct., 10.30-11.30am. Coffee & cakes.
PRINT WORKSHOP: 20 Oct., 10am-4pm To book contact Kari on 01837 840695 or firstname.lastname@example.org
9/10 November Old School Centre, Totnes Rd., South Brent, Devon TQ10 9BP , 10am-4pm.
Events: LAUNCH 9 Nov. 10-11am. Coffee & cakes
PRINT WORKSHOP: 9 Nov, 11am-5pm. Book via Jane 01364 72617 / Artworks
John Makepeace - enriching the language of furniture
18 Sept 2010 - 20 Nov 2011
'John Makepeace - Enriching the Language of Furniture', was a major retrospective of this eminent designer, maker and educator. The exhibition focussed on Makepeace’s contribution to contemporary craft and will offer enrichment and learning opportunities to a range of visitors.
Through film, an exhibition catalogue, reference and research material, along with hand-on activities and further study projects, this exhibition aimed to enhance skills, encourage creative thinking and gain a better understanding of furniture and making.
Touring document Resources Press
Press & marketing: High-res. images, press & media information: Watershed PR
Devon Guild press contact: Simon.Williams@crafts.org.uk
18 Sept – 29 Oct 2010: The Devon Guild of Craftsmen, TQ13 9AF (South West)
7 Nov – 24 Dec 2010: Harley Gallery, S80 3LW (East Midlands)
15 Jan – 5 March 2011: Collins Gallery, G1 1XQ (Scotland)
16 March – 15 April: Somerset House, WC2R 1LA (London)
26 April – 16 July 2011: Crafts Study Centre, GU9 7DS (South East)
23 Sept – 20 Nov 2011: Lotherton Hall, LS25 3EB (Yorkshire)
This Devon Guild of Craftsmen touring exhibition was generously funded by Arts Council England.
The exhibition was also kindly sponsored by Steele Raymond LLP, Solicitors.