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Where Art Meets Wine

Join us at Vinotopia Wine Merchants for a delightful evening of art, networking and wine, where we'll be announcing details of our Summer School....

Museum Assistant (Freelance)

Do you have a passion for art and a knack for connecting with people? Are you a social media whizz and love working with like minded people? If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you!...

Portraits to Dream In

Exhibition Review: Portraits to Dream In at the National Portrait Gallery. Trailblazing photographers Julia Margaret Cameron and Francesca Woodman....

Art Chat

Love photography, art and books? So do we! Join us on the second Thursday of the month for Art Chat - all welcome....

Open Lens

We're setting up a new platform for photographers - Open Lens evenings and before we do, we'd love your opinion on how it should function. Come and join the conversation....

Join the SCOBY Experiment

We’re intrigued to find out more about the way SCOBYs can be used artistically. We’d love you to take part in the experiment, by taking a SCOBY home, nourishing it with memories and tea, then using it – or its water – in your art or...

SCOBY Installation

The Gloucestershire SCOBY (Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast) is a one-of-a-kind, living art installation. In the autumn, contemporary textile artist Monica C. LoCascio will hold a performative harvesting. The repetitive, dirty...

Photography & Textiles

Our new core display references the local textile history, situating it within a framework of contemporary art and photography. Photography Heroines, whose oeuvres explore photography and fibre arts include......

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SCOBY Installation

The Gloucestershire SCOBY (Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast) is a one-of-a-kind, living art installation. In the autumn, contemporary textile artist Monica C. LoCascio will hold a performative harvesting. The repetitive, dirty and smelly nature of SCOBY harvesting will reflect, in real terms, the working conditions of the historic textile industry.
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21st April 2024