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Newsletter November 2006. Forthcoming Calendar Dates: 1]. Tuesday 31st October to Saturday 4th November Exhibition Bridlington Art Society 2]. Tuesday 7th November Thursday 30th November Exhibition by Ann Cawkell 3]. Tuesday 7th November Saturday 2nd December Exhibition by Jackie Stonehouse 4]. Monday 13th November to Sunday19th November Exhibition Wood on the Wolds 5]. Saturday 18th November The Professionals – Arts Business for Beginners 6]. Monday 20th November Professional selection 7]. Monday20 November Exhibition Helen Plaxton 8]. Wednesday 29th November Christmas Meeting 9]. Tuesday 12th December Saturday 27th January 2007 Exhibition by Anna Kirk Smith 10]. Saturday 2nd December Exhibition East Riding OPEN Saturday 20th January 11]. Tuesday 9th of January Annual General Meeting Details 1]. This is the annual exhibition for members of Bridlington Art Society, several of whom are members of ERA. Venue is North Bridlington Library, for map try RAC website and postcode YO16 6YD. It is possible that the exhibition stands may be used by ERA in the future so come and have a look. The adjudicator for the awards at this exhibition is none other than our own Anna Kirk Smith. Free entry and masses of car parking adjacent to the library. 2]. Exhibition of the works of Associate member Ann Cawkell at Burlington Design, 67 High Street, Bridlington Old Town. 3]. 7th NOVEMBER-2ND DECEMBER 2006 POCKLINGTON ARTS CENTRE AN EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS BY JACKIE STONEHOUSE 4]. A new exhibition by four East Yorkshire Artists opens at The Gallery in Bishop Wilton from the 13th- 19th November 2006. The group known as the Four Dimensions present a range of artwork including sculpture, screen prints, painting and carvings. This show brings them together for the first time where the theme will be 'Wood on the Wolds' Opening Hours for the Exhibition: Monday - Friday 6pm-9pm Saturday and Sunday 10am- 9pm Not that all the artwork will be wood. David Athey will be exhibiting his metal sculptures of birds and beetles. John Burrows will be showing his traditional screen prints. David Humphries will be displaying his mixed media and oil paintings alongside some modern screen and wood impressions. Malcolm MacLachlan will be showing some new wood carvings and relief sculpture. All are members ERA. Further information from the Artist firstname.lastname@example.org or The Gallery, Bishop Wilton Tel 01759 368 276 5]. The Professionals - Arts Business for Beginners Saturday 18th November 2006 10.30am - 4.30pm Have you ever thought of setting up your own arts business but didn't know how to or have you just set one up. If so this is the course for you. Designed to help you negotiate those early days in your new arts business the course will help you to form a business, write a business plan, sort out tax and insurance, look at health and safety issues, protect intellectual property, deal with trading regulations and data protection and look at the dreaded VAT. The course is led by Marilyn Longden lecturer at Bishop Burton College and business start up specialist. There are limited places for each workshop so early booking is advised. On behalf of the Arts Development Section of the East Riding of Yorkshire Council, we look forward to seeing you there…. Tickets ￡10. To book tickets or for further information please ring 01482 392706 or visit the website www.eastriding.gov.uk/culture/arts ----------------------- Many Thanks Laura Mackenzie Arts Development Worker 01482 392652 07990 518643 email@example.com 6]. Selection for professional status within ERA Handing in dates are Friday 17th and Saturday 18th of November to Pocklington Arts Centre Selection date is Monday 20th November. See Anna’s e-mail for forms etc. 7]. Artners Gallery Roscoe Rooms, Roscoe Street, YO12 7BY. 01723 500963, 01751 477756. www.artners.co.uk By appointment From 20 Nov: exhibition of contemporary fine art including Laura Arnold, Beth Boyes, Sally Gatie and Helen Plaxton. Preview, Sat 18 Nov, 6pm. Please call for an invitation. 8]. A humorous social event each member invited to bring their worst piece of artwork ,in whatever medium for a light hearted competition to find the best of the worst for a wooden spoon and a bottle of wine. Good company, Social chat as well as eats and drinks. 9]. EAST RIDING OPEN ART EXHIBITION 2006 BEVERLEY ART GALLERY 2 December 2006 to 20 January 2007 10]. Exhibition by Anna Kirk Smith Pocklington Arts Centre runs from Tuesday 12th December - Sat 27th January 2007"I am fascinated by change, be it tidal, erosive, temporal or spatial. My subjects are diverse - from a play of light patterns upon or within a landscape to more intimate views of living forms, often marine. One does not need to venture far to find intriguing themes and situations - you just need to look a little more attentively." 11].AGM Proposed venue in or around Beverley Art Gallery at a venue that Ali can arrange and provisionally fixed for Tuesday 9th of January 2007 at 7.30pm. I suspect more details will follow in due course. READ ON FOR MORE NEWS ITEMS WITHOUT DATE CONSTRAINTS Other News Evolution of ERA: You are probably unaware that during the last two professional selection processes, ERA has been asked to select community art work and has been unable to do so. This is not because community art is not recognised, but it has proved impossible to find the independent adjudicators to evaluate the work. At the associates summer show an art project was run as an exhibit, the evaluation of which gave overwhelming support from the visitors and members of ERA for community art to be a part of ERA. Another feature of this project involving visitor participation has led to the production of the logo for ERA community arts, with the invaluable help of Ian Mitchell. It has therefore been agreed during discussions by the committee that community artists of whom there are several both practising and qualified within the Era membership will comprise a separate category on the website. Whilst on the topic of community arts: Yorkshire Community Arts Forum, ( YCAF ) began life on Saturday 14th of October this year at Sam Pirt’s studio at Gilberdyke. So far, it got a name, a list of desirable needs that people have voiced and a loose structure as regards meetings/gatherings that incurs a session fee of £10. This is intended to cover costs for speakers, publicity, costs etc. It's a forum were people can come together and discuss, create and collaborate on needs and ideas, that might grow and develop into projects throughout the region - this covering Yorkshire and surrounding areas, as not to restrict its activities or artists. Sam's email address is: SamJPirt@aol.com YCAF Yorkshire Community Arts Forum YCAF is for those involved in Community Arts as : Organisers / Makers / Performers / Workshop leaders, working in the disciplines of Art, Music, Song and Dance. Are you interested in: ~ A creative Arts Forum Contacts & networking a chance to learn from others Funding info and contacts Demonstrations Support & encouragement Then YCAF is for YOU !! How to get involved: Join us at one or all of the following meetings in 2007: 21st January, 12th May and 16th September, 10am till 4pm at Lakeside Studio, Gilberdyke. Costs are minimal - only £10 per person. This includes refreshments and a regular newsletter with information from Forum members about things going on in the area. BOOK YOUR PLACE ON ANY OF THE FORUMS NOW and please invite your colleagues!! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------------------------- Name______________________________________________________ Please book me a place on (2007): JAN 21st ______ MAY 12th_______ SEPT 16th_______ Total amount payable (Â£10 per day) ________ (cheques payable to Sam Pirt) Organisation / Company name__________________________________ Address___________________________________________________ Postcode__________________________ Tel__________________ E-mail____________________________ Web address__________ Area of expertise__________________________________________________ Are you an: Organiser_____ Maker_____ Performer_____Workshop Leader_____ Would you like to do a 10 minute demo about what you do? YES / NO What would you like to find out about at the forum? (if you know!!) Booking form can be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org_ (mailto:email@example.com) or send to YCAF, Sam Pirt, Lakeside Studios, 17 Railway Cottages, Gilberdyke, HU15 2TL PLACES ARE LIMITED SO Your place will be confirmed by phone, e-mail or letter. NEW STUDIO SPACE AT THE ROCKING HORSE SHOP "The Cartshed Studio" at The Rocking Horse Shop, Fangfoss is now up and running, and Artist in Residence Shirley Davis has been conducting her regular art classes for some time now in this delightful rural setting, as well as her classes at Woldgate college. Anyone seeking more info about these art classes - Shirley covers watercolour, acrylic and various other painterly media and techniques, should contact her on 01759 301281 or 07968744703. OXO From Thursday 16th November to Sunday 3rd December inclusive, some of the country's finest craft toymakers, members of the British Toymaker's Guild, will be exhibiting at the Oxo Tower Gallery on London's embankment. Among the array of toys, for adults as well as children, will be some of Anthony Dew & Co's beautiful rocking horses. Of course you don't have to travel to London to see them - The Rocking Horse Shop's Fangfoss showroom and shop, betwixt Pocklington and Stamford Bridge, is open as usual every day, 9 - 4 except Sundays. STOCKING FILLERS "The BTG Book of Toys" and "The BTG Book of Rocking Horses" are two new full colour books, recently published. With around 100 full colour pictures in each and packed with information, these little books will make excellent stocking fillers. Price £4.99 each or £9.50 for both, from The Rocking Horse Shop, Fangfoss, York, YO415JH. Prices include postage. From Andy Emery associate member Hi All, Just to let you know that if any members would like to make an appointment to view art at my establishment they are quite welcome to drop in for a cup of tea. I say my establishment because it difficult to put a handle on it. It's an art gallery, photo studio, bed & breakfast or just an establishment you might say. It is Potts of Flemingate, 18, Flemingate, Beverley, HU17 0NR. My name is Andy Emery, I studied Fine Art at Hull School of Art and design, and have a honours degree. Please contact me on 01482 862586. I have an exhibition at Total Fitness in Willerby, Hull, if anyone is interested. I look forward to hearing from you. E-mail. firstname.lastname@example.org website; www.pottsofflemingate.co.uk EGG TEMPERA TECHNIQUES Anyone interested in finding out more about this historic, iconic painting medium and method should contact ERA member John Mitchell on 01964 550202. Yes it’s festive it’s fun and pass me another baaa humbug!!! For all of you still searching for that special something for someone. http://www.royalacademy.org.uk/shop OPPORTUNITIES Celeste Art Prize [Published: 15 August 2006] WHO: artists. WHAT: a prize to promote painting in its widest sense in the UK. PRIZES: £10,000 artist; £5,000 student artist; £2,000 public on-line vote; exhibition in London and 200 page catalogue. DETAILS: short listed artists will be selected by the Curatorial Programme at Goldsmiths College, London. All short listed artists will be included in the catalogue. Sixty finalists will then be exhibited in London then vote for the overall winner. INFORMATION AND APPLICATION FORMS FROM: Sara Pearce, Celeste Art Prize, 28 Vestry Road, London SE5 8NX, 020 7252 6240, email@example.com or download from www.celesteartprize.co.uk DEADLINE: 31 January Rural Arts [Published: 7 September 2006] WHO: artists, gallery staff and anyone involved in putting on an exhibition. WHAT: Installing an Exhibition - workshop covering art handling and installation; layout and spacing; 2D and 3D display; lighting and labelling. WHERE: Rural Arts, Thirsk. WHEN: 21 Nov, 10-3. COST: £65 including lunch. CONTACT: Rural Arts, The Old Courthouse, Westgate, Thirsk, 01845 526536, firstname.lastname@example.org www.ruralarts.org DEADLINE: asap Late editions ERA member Pamela A. Lester will be holding an open week-end to celebrate the opening of her new, but very small, Studio and Gallery at: 95 Beaconsfield, Withernsea, on the 2/3 December 2006. It will be opened by Mrs E. Harknett MBE at 10.30am on the 2nd - all are welcome to come and have a look at Pamela's work, which will also be for sale. ERA member Chris Attlesey will also be featured in the 'Journal' magazine which is produced by the Hull Daily Mail next month.
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