The London Group Annual
An annual exhibition showcasing work by around 60 members of The London Group and featuring a range of mediums including painting, photography, sculpture and digital works. Since its inception in 1913 The London Group has shown at least once a year and this is the group’s ninth exhibition of 2018 – a record. Members will present talks on selected works in the show on the 14 December, from 6-8pm.
Until 14 December 2018, The Cello Factory, 33-34 Cornwall Road, London, SE1 8TJ.
This in-conversation with artist and lecturer Annabel Dover and artist Laura Lancaster is part of ‘Her Art Story’, a series of intimate conversations between female artists and curators programmed by artist Laura Moreton-Griffiths and arts consultant Matt Roberts. Dover and Lancaster, who are similarly interested in the forgotten stories of objects, will share how they developed their practice and professional careers.
Wednesday 5 December, 7-9pm, South Hill Park, Ringmead, Bracknell, RG12 7PA.
Antiphony: A Call and Response
A group exhibition by members of Leicester Print Workshop, presenting work in response to the theme of ‘antiphony’, an historical method of music production whereby two sets of voices sing alternately through a call and response. Participating artists are: Hatty Buchanan, Chase and Plate (Sue Baker Kenton & Elizabeth Horwood), Peter Clayton, Karen MacInnes, Gillian McFarland & Ruth Singer, Yelena Popova, Emma Powell, Peter Rapp, Anne Roberts, Sue Rowland, George Sfougaras & Elizabeth Walker, Serena Smith, Mita Solanky, Sally Stephens, and Jane Sunbeam & Veronique Mermaz.
Until 26 January 2019, Leicester Print Workshop, 50 St. George Street, Leicester, LE1 1QG.
A solo exhibition by neo:artists‘ 2018 three-month artist-in-residence, Corinna D’Schoto. With paint, sculpture and installation, the US-born artist takes a particular interest in the physicality of painting and the after-life of chosen imagery. Her work often explores ways to reinterpret and redefine spaces both familiar and alien. In ‘[working title]’ D’Schoto interrogates expanding flat systems and structures used to represent images, bodies, spaces and ideas specific to the locale of making.
Until 6 January 2019, neo:galleryX, The Market Place, Bolton, BL1 2AL.
Woman’s Hour Craft Prize
Presented by Chester Visual Arts, this touring V&A exhibition marks the launch of a new year-long exhibition programme at the city’s Old Library. Featuring work from the 12 finalists including the winner of the £10,000 prize, Phoebe Cummings, it showcases craft practice in the UK today and sees traditional materials and historic skills alongside new techniques, from woven willow and darned jumpers to a bespoke bicycle and intricate jewellery. The prize was initiated in 2017 to mark the 70th anniversary of BBC Woman’s Hour.
Until 16 March 2019, The Old Library, Northgate Street, Chester, CH1 2EF.
All of the above are taken from a-n’s Events listings section, featuring events posted by a-n’s members
1. Bill Watson, High Chairs
2. Recital Room at South Hill Park. Photo: Stewart Turkington
3. Hatty Buchanan, Line Type 1
4. Corinna D’Schoto, [working title], exhibition poster
5. Women’s Hour Craft Prize, exhibition poster
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