The New Year is packed with exciting new projects for us….
We shall be kick starting the next instalment of our education programme at St.Teresa’s Primary School with drawing, printing, and sculpture based workshops.
Our next exhibition Toetap will preview on Friday 18th January. A collection of artworks based around the theme of dance will be shown in the gallery space alongside a programme of events and dance based workshops and lessons. (See below for details)
Plans are being made for an upcoming exhibition at Durham Art Gallery. This will be in conjunction with ‘My Giant Colouring Book’ by Jake and Dinos Chapman and an exhibition of new Polish art (more details of this to come).
January will also see the launch of our new poetry, performance, and storytelling evening ‘Stray Signals’. This promises to be an exciting and entertaining night where participants can perform, recite, or create original material within a relaxing and welcoming atmosphere. (See below for details)
Sat 19th January – Fri 22nd February
Preview Fri 18th January
Gluegroup present Toetap, an exhibition of artwork that has dance as its central theme. There will be a series of dance classes running alongside the exhibition, encompassing everything from tap to techno, belly to ballroom, flamenco to foxtrot…
We are currently looking for 2D artists, and are keen to receive proposals for painting, photography, print and written word – work to represent, document or simply express the joy many of us find in having a good old dance!
Proposal deadline: Sunday 13th January
For more information on proposals and how to apply, please email [email protected]
Stray Signals –
Performance, Poetry and Storytelling Newcastle
Tues 15th January 7pm
Venue: Gallery Glue 192a Heaton Road, Newcastle
Admission: £2 suggested donation
Gluegroup invite you to lend your support and good company for the first ever Stray Signals! It is hoped that this night of performance art, poetry and storytelling will become a regular monthly event. We are aiming to draw from the finest of the Northeast’s performers, whilst also remaining open to anyone just turning up, having a go, and enjoying the collective creativity. The focus will always be on fostering an atmosphere to create original material, have fun, and test things out.
If you are interested in performing at this or future Stray Signals events, or would like more information, please email [email protected]
You can also search for and join the Facebook group of the same name, where you can see new posts and updates.
Details of all Gluegroup ventures can be seen on our website