Sound forms: Warren Shaw
A solo show by artist Warren Shaw who was awarded the Watch This Space Prize from the annual Corby Open Exhibition in 2013. Shaw works with a range of media, including sculpture, drawing and installation to explore sound and consider how we encounter both visual and aural manifestations.
Until 30 April 2015, The Rooftop Gallery & Workshops, Corby, Northamptonshire.
Look Again – Visual Art & Design Festival
Residents of Aberdeen are being invited to become a tourist in their own city for the inaugural Look Again festival. Showcasing the work of artists and designers from the city, as well as internationally, the festival includes exhibitions of work by students and alumni of Gray’s School of Art.
9-11 April 2015, Seventeen-Festival hub, 17 Belmont Street, Aberdeen.
Chaucer’s The Parlement of Foules is the starting point for this group exhibition of nine painters who each explore the image of the bird – a take on the 14th century writer’s cast of birds in his dream-vision poem.
10-12 April 2015, Electro Studios Project Space, St Leonards-on-Sea, Hastings.
Nicola Dale: Not so firm as faded ink
Through a variety of media including sculpture and installation, Nicola Dale explores questions around knowledge transmission, archives and ideologies. This touring exhibition presents works developed in response to residencies at the National Arts Education Archive at Yorkshire Sculpture Park and in Shanghai through Metal, Liverpool.
10-22 April 2015, Centrespace Gallery, Bristol.
Scratching the Surface: experimental film workshop
Sundog Media’s Stuart Moore and Kayla Parker introduce 16mm film in this low-tech workshop. The artist-filmakers invite participants to experiment with both clear film and found footage in this workshop.
11 April 2015, 11am-4.30pm, £10, £5 concessions, Plymouth Arts Centre, Looe Street, Plymouth.
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