The Lightness of Being
Last chance to see Amanda Baron’s new collection of glass works that have been inspired by a week-long residency at Sweeney’s Bothy on the Isle of Eigg. Baron, a skilled stained glass conservator, creates works that are influenced by details from the landscape through the application of traditional techniques, such as kiln fired enamel, which she applies to mouth blown glass.
Until 1 August 2017, Birch Tree Gallery, 23a Dundas Street, Edinburgh

As part of the Journeys to Oxford exhibition and a residency with Digital Artist Residency, over the course of the summer artist Edwin Mingard will be conducting interviews with communities of recent migrants to Oxford. This archive of experiences will be based online, alongside a new moving image work that Mingard will make in response to these conversations. Journeys to Oxford at the Museum of Oxford opens in September.
Until 10 September 2017,

ASMbly Lab 2017
The Superposition host ASMbly Lab, a 12 day festival bringing together art and science. ASMbly Lab acts as a communal art studio and laboratory, where artists and members of the public will be able to collaborate and experiment during a range of workshops. ‘Superposition Evening’ on Wednesday 2 August will bring together a neurobiologist, a puppeteer and a roboticist to explore ‘the similarities and differences between humans, puppets and robots’.
Until 5 August 2017, St Johns Shopping Centre, Merrion St, Leeds

Binary Compositions
An exhibition of artist-printmaker Andy Lovell’s photopolymer gravure etchings. Based on a range of landscapes, both real and imagined, locations such as Llanthony Priory, Painswick, Pen y Fan and Cornwall’s beaches feature in his monoprints.
Until 8 August 2017, Malthouse Bar & Kitchen, Salmon Springs, Paisnwich Road, Stroud

Seurat to Riley: The Art of Perception
This summer Compton Verney presents an overview exhibition that explores artists continuing fascination with the optical in art. Recent works by Jim Lambie, Liz West and Lothar Götz are put into context alongside works by stars of the Op Art movement such as Bridget Riley, Victor Vasarely and Carlos Cruz-Diez. Tracing this history back to artists such as Georges Seurat and the influence of colour theories from the scientific community, this exhibition considers the ways that artists explore visual perception.
Until 1 October 2017, Compton Verney, Warwickshiire

All of the above are taken from a-n’s Events listings section, featuring events posted by a-n’s members

1. Amanda Baron, Shadow White, kiln fired enamel and silver nitrate on mouth blown glass
2. Digital Artist Residency Edwin Mingard, poster
3. Andy Lovell, Sheep may safely graze, Llanthony Priory
4. Liz West, Our Spectral Vision, 2016. Photo © Hannah Devereux

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