Posted by Toby Huddlestone on 2011/8/2 10:37:08 (337 reads)
For the final part of SOLO SHOW / GROUP SHOW, The Woodmill (Alastair Frazer, Naomi Pearce and Richard Sides) present a new play / performance in three parts.
'ROID' is a tragi-com about transformation, epoch, dark psychedelia, death and absurdity. Through a series of monologues, scenarios and prop-based actions this inter-personal edit merges experienced moments and historical events to explore personal dialogue, an idea of coming-of-age, and the 'wrong' psychedelics of Charles Manson.
Feel free to join us from 7pm for a few drinks before the event.
Nearest train - Margate rail from Victoria, St. Pancras and Stratford International.
Last trains back to London:
21:53 to St.Pancras
22:16 to Victoria
Posted by admin on 2011/2/17 23:06:16 (413 reads)
Focalised. Exterior. Life. Texture
Thursday 24th February 2011 - Monday 28th February 2011.
Opening Times: 11am – 4pm.
The exhibition is a collaboration between four 2nd year Fine Art students from the University of the Creative Arts at Canterbury, Eloise Lambert, Mary Demery, Georgia McElhone, and Giovanni Fazzolari.
F.E.L.T conceptualises the importance of surface and texture. Focusing on the use of various mediums to expose and alter the perception of the obvious, and increase attention to the textures that form our world. Formulating the distinctive physical composition or structure of a section of the body, a landscape or object, which would normally be deemed insignificant and hidden from view.
The experience of F.E.L.T exposes the viewer to an altered image of normality through a composition of painting, sculpture, and sound to create a total sensory exhibit.
Posted by Anonymous on 2010/10/31 21:26:10 (704 reads)
Crate is offering an opportunity to develop a year-long programme for its project spaces, starting early in 2011.
The successful applicant for the bursary will receive a £500 fee to develop a programme proposal and funding application/s, with Crate's support. The funding application/s would then include a negotiable curator’s fee as part of the proposed budget. If the funding bid/s succeed the curator will then deliver the year's programme.
This is Crate’s second curatorial bursary. The first recipient of the bursary was Matthew de Pulford, who organised the Bad Translation exhibitions programme, details of which can be found by clicking here.
More about Crate and its objectives here.
Information on the project spaces can be found here.
Those wishing to apply should send a CV and one-page application outlining initial ideas to email@example.com before 31 October 2010.
Posted by bad translation on 2010/10/14 20:44:42 (698 reads)
Last year Nottingham based artist-led organisation Tether came to Margate as part of the making of Hither and Thither – a video survey of artist-led initiatives across the country. Their interview with Matthew de Pulford, recipient of Crate’s first curatorial bursary, can be found by following this link
Posted by admin on 2008/10/13 22:52:13 (1353 reads)
WHAT IS IT WORTH? THE CULTURAL AND SOCIAL VALUE OR ARTIST'S WORKSPACE
Caron Ottewell and Kirsty Quaife represented CRATE at the
National Federation of Artist's Workspaces and Studio Providers
Conference at the Baltic Triangle in Liverpool, 22 & 23 October 2008.
They talked about the experience of a small studio group as part of the conference's programmed event 'Value-makers: artists – opportunity and enterprise'.
For further information see: www.nfasp.org.uk