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What’s On

A quick summary of upcoming events in the next 2 months. For more information, see our Workshops & Talks and Exhibitions pages.

Workshop: A Series of online Worshops by Nia Fliam and Ismoyo Agus

16 Apr to 30 Sep 2021 Various

FREE INTRO WEBINAR Schedule for a Free Introductory Webinar (30-40 minutes) Agus Ismoyo and Nia Fliam Ismoyo will introduce the framework and context of the three virtual workshops which are being offered and will share examples from their collaborative batik experiences. Their presentation will be followed with a question and answer session. REGISTRATION LINK: http://bit.ly/38uNMt8 

Online

Exhibition: Oxfordshire Artweeks
Photo of Angela Lenman
Angela Lenman

21 to 23 May 2021 10am - 6pm, Sunday 10am - 5pm

Seven Artists - showing their work during Oxford Artweeks

Stewart Village Hall, West End, Brightwell-cum-Sotwell, Oxfordshire OX10 0RY

Exhibition: Brighton Artists Open Houses Online Exhibition
Photo of Jenn Adamson
Jenn Adamson

29 May to 27 Jun 2021 Various

Twelve artists from London, Sussex, Surrey and Berkshire who are members of The Batik Guild will be showing recent works as part of their 35th. Anniversary.

Contact Jenn Adamson for more information adamson36a@yahoo.co.uk

Online

Workshop: Batik Classes at Shalawalla Gallery, La Veta, Colorado Jonathan and Beth Evans

7 Jun to 31 Aug 2021

Beth & Jonathan Evansoffer these classes in their studio at the Gallery.

Whether you're a beginner or advanced, the classes are tailored for you. From 1 day to 4-day courses.

We are now taking reservations for this summer. Suggest dates that would work for you and if we are free, we can book them now. But please hurry as we are suddenly getting busy again.
Vaccinations are mandatory to take classes at Shalawalla Gallery- for your own protection.

Shalawalla Gallery, 107 W. Ryus, La Veta, CO., USA

Exhibition: Cambridge Open Studios Claire Willis

3 to 25 Jul 2021 11am - 6pm

The 2021 Cambridge Open Studios will take place over the first four weekends of July (3rd-4th, 10th-11th, 17th-18th and 24th-25th). Studios will normally be open between 11am and 6pm on both Saturday and Sunday. Each artist can take part for one, two, three or all four weekends. PLEASE NOTE: Artists may ask visitors to make an appointment before visiting their studio. Others may choose to show their work in their windows only, with no visitors allowed inside. In both cases this information will be indicated on their entry.

Batik & Mixed media

Batik is my primary medium, I work mainly on silk and sometimes on cotton. Our Environment and Cultural diversity are my favourite themes.

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The Pitt Building, Trumpington St., Cambridge CB2 1RB
 
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