The Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2019 Special Preview for Teachers will be held in the Chainstore at Trinity Buoy Wharf in London on Tuesday 24 September, from 5pm to 6.30pm. This free event is intended to provide teachers and lecturers with the opportunity to relax and enjoy the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2019 exhibition before the Launch and...More info and booking
Please join us for the exhibition preview of Shaped Space, a solo exhibition by George Meyrick, on Saturday 31 August from 4pm to 6pm. The exhibition continues until 5 October 2019, and is open Thursday to Saturdays from 10am to 4pm, and Sundays from 10am to 2pm. See our Exhibitions page for more details.
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Join us for our Makers Talk with Alice Kettle on Saturday 14 September at 3pm.
Alice Kettle is a contemporary textile artist, writer and lecturer who has recently moved to Somerset. Her works use thread as a drawing tool and as a means to narrate contemporary events. More recently she has used thread and stitch and also to in participatory collaborative projects. Her...More info and booking
On Friday 30 August 2019 our Girl Friday Breakfast Club speaker will be artist and educator, Anita Taylor.
Anita Taylor is a practicing artist, curator, educator, and writer. She is the founding Director of Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize [1994-present] and Drawing Projects UK [since 2009]. Anita has extensive teaching, research, review and leadership experience in art and design higher education...More info and booking
On Saturday 7 September, the Trowbridge Poetry Society Stanza is looking forward to welcoming Kathy Pimlott (published by The Emma Press) and David Clarke (published by Flarestack and Nine Arches Press) to read, and there will be an open-mic, so please bring your poems to read too.
The Trowbridge Poetry Society Stanza meets on the first Saturday of each month between...More info and booking
Join us for our first Makers Talk with designer, Michael Angove, on Saturday 10 August at 3pm.
Michael Angove is a British designer who grew up in the Vale of Glamorgan in Wales. He spent his early years in the quintessentially, coastal town of Barry. It's Victorian gardens, fallow grounds, derelict buildings and sprawling docklands are all icons of tired beach...More info and booking
On Friday 26 July 2019 our Girl Friday Breakfast Club guest speaker will be Paula Orrell, curator and Network Manager of Visual Arts South West.
Paula is a curator with diverse experience across New Zealand, Europe, China and the UK. For the past 17 years, she has championed and created new roles for the visual arts. Paula studied sculpture at Sheffield...More info and booking
On Friday 28 June 2019 our Girl Friday Breakfast Club guest speaker will be the artist and author, Tania Kovats.
Tania Kovats' sculptures, large-scale installations, commissions, writing, and drawings, explore our understanding of landscape and water, and travel is often central to her work, from Meadow (2007) - the transportation of a complete wildflower meadow by canal boat from Bath to...More info and booking
On Friday 31 May 2019 our Girl Friday Breakfast Club guest speaker will be Tanya Palmer, acting Regional Secretary for Cymru/Wales Unison.
Public service and fighting for social justice and equalities have been cornerstones of Tanya’s career. Having qualified as a nurse in London in 1988, Tanya worked as a senior nurse in St Thomas’ and then in accident and emergency...More info and booking