OLD WOMAN CRAZY TO WEAVE!
An Exhibition of Woven Art
ART & SOUL,
St Neots, Cambridgeshire PE19 1AE
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Intertidal – a celebration of our coastline
An exhibition of woven tapestry and ceramics by Jane Riley at Saltburn Studios
29th June – 21st July
For more information about the artist and the exhibition please go to www.rookwoodandhoot.co.uk/intertidal
Saltburn Studios are open 12-4 Saturday and Sunday (viewing midweek by appointment only please contact Jane Riley 07403 274577)
30-32 Marske Road
Saltburn by the Sea
Woven Tapestry, Paper, Stone
Two artists, Louise Martin and Ros Bryant, respond to two Islands, Westray and the Isle of Man.
Hodgson Loom Gallery
Laxey, Isle of Man, IM4 7AR
15th June – 13th July 2019
Open Monday to Saturday 10am – 5pm
15th June – Launch 10am- 5pm
18th June – Workshop – Weaving on slate 2-4pm
21st June – Workshop – Weaving on nail looms 2-4pm
24th – 28th June – Workshop – Journeys in weave
29th June – Demonstration – 10am – 5pm
Details of workshops at: WORKSHOPS – ISLE OF MAN
BTG will be demonstrating tapestry weaving at Craft Central.
Come along to watch or try your hand at Woven Tapestry with members of the British Tapestry Group. Tapestry weaving, one of the oldest art forms practised around the world, is the ultimate in ‘slow cloth’. It captivates you through the use of your hands and eyes, and allows for an escape from anxiety and responsibility, bringing a peace of mind through absorption in the rhythm of weaving; under and over, over and under.
You could choose from a selection of materials and colours and shown techniques that allow for the simplest of imagery or the excitement of texture and colour effects – whatever appeals to you ‘in the moment’. Experienced weavers will be on hand to answer questions and show you how its done.
Demonstration of Tapestry Weaving
Sunday 12th May 11:00- 17:00
397-411 Westferry Road
The South East British Tapestry Group are showing their small woven pieces at Jubilee Library in Brighton. A weaver will be present to demonstrate the art of weaving. There will be postcards of the tapestries and information about the British Tapestry Group. In the Foyer
Tuesday 7 to Saturday 11 May 2019
10am – 5pm (extended to 7pm on Tuesday and Thursday)
BTG members Jackie Bennett, William Jefferies, Tim Oelman, Suzanne Osborn, Carolyn Perry and David Stokes are exhibiting:
30th April – 25th May 2019
Courtyard Arts Gallery
Tuesday-Saturday: 10am – 4pm
Courtyard Arts & Community Centre
Port Vale | Hertford | SG14 3AA
01992 509 596
9th – 30th March
UWTSD Swansea College of Art
Dynevor Building, De la Beche Street,
Swansea, SA1 3EU.
British Tapestry Group “Sound and Weave”
Opening Times: Mon – Fri 9 – 5.00pm
Saturday – 9 – 4pm
27 – 29 High Street,
Swansea, SA1 1LG.
British Tapestry Group “Sound and Weave”
Louise Martin installation, “Whispered Words”
Opening Times: Mon – Fri 10 – 5.30pm
NB The gallery space is closed on Saturdays but the large shop window allows a good view of this installation.
There is also Alastair Duncan’s exhibition “Maker in Focus” on at the same time.
Details at: exhibition Maker in Focus
See the attached PDF for a map showing all three locations: Sound and Weave Route Map lo res
The British Tapestry Group exists to promote woven tapestry as a contemporary art form in the UK, by raising public awareness through professional exhibitions, networking, regional initiatives, training and development.
Tapestry Weaving Demonstrations at The Stables Gallery
In conjunction with the exhibitions Sound and Weave and Rhythm of the Weave, BTG is demonstrating tapestry weaving at The Stables Gallery on the dates (shown below).
Season’s Greetings from The British Tapestry Group
This year has been an exciting year for BTG and 2019 looks to be even more exciting!