As part of TIVVYFEST, a community festival in Tiverton Devon, OSR associate artist Megan Calver invites all-comers to enjoy and examine a remarkable display of kneelers in situ at St Peter’s Church. ‘Guest’ kneelers from sister churches will join those of St Peter’s for just one day.
St Peter’s Church Tiverton, Saturday 5th July 10.00am – 3.30pm
Image ‘Heidi’ commemorative kneeler designed and made by Jane Bonnick
If your in Bristol this weekend make sure you don’t miss the last weekend of The Power of the Sea at the RWA including Succession by OSR Projects associate Jethro Brice (excentrically placed in front of Maggi Hambling’s Wave Returning)
Check out this new work by Micheal Fairfax. A strung Root Bole which is heard through the root listening spur https://vimeo.com/99632623
Public involvement, conversation and the sharing of ideas are part of the natural vocabulary of OSR Projects… read more
Palaces & Cabins Special Event This Sunday 27 April 10am – 3pm, Including a live performance by Megan Calver, a chance to build your own digital Palace or Cabin on the OSR Projects Minecraft realm and get your hands dirty making a clay Palace or Cabin.
Palaces & Cabins has been developed in partnership with Salisbury Art Centre and brings together OSR Projects associates to work as a collaborative group within the social and cultural framework of the art centre and its broader geographical context. The exhibition explores the intersection of public/private space with a focus on the architecture that stands between us, and brings us together.
This will also be a chance to meet the creative team including Sam Aldridge, Tom Bayliss, Megan Calver, Fiona Cassidy, Leela Clarke, Simon Lee Dicker, Cara Lockley and Tim Martin.
We are delighted to announce that artist and founder of The Two am Press, Lisa Wigham, will be reviewing Palaces & Cabins at the Salisbury Art Centre. Lisa is based in Blackpool (UK) and uses digital or traditional printmaking- such as etching for the expression of contemporary ideas. She explores landscape as an autobiographical equivalence or a mirror for thought and desire.
The Two am press was founded to make and disseminate artists multiples taking the form of books or editions of prints.
The ongoing programme of Art Inn the Square continues with an exhibition of new work by Dorset based fine art photographer Judith Jones.
In this series of work Judith uses the power of light within a camera-less technique to create a series of photograms that explore the ambiguity inherent when translating an object into an image.
The work will be on show upstairs at Inn the Square, Church street, West Coker BA22 9BD from 2 May 2014 – 4 August 2014