The seven members of Durham-based artists group Interface Arts exhibit their work in this selling exhibition. Paintings, drawings, prints, mixed media and ceramic sculptures from Meryl Mathieson, Wendy Parkin, Suzanne Williams, Samantha Askey, Gail Bell, John Grey and Carolyn Corfield.
Until 26 July 2016, Witham Gallery, 3 Horsemarket, Barnard Castle, Co. Durham

Sculpture Symposium 2016
Nayoung Jeong, Claire McDermott, Nathan Murphy, Tim Norris and Lauren Wilson are the five artists selected from an open call to spend 11 days in residence at the grounds of Riverhill House, working on large-scale outdoor sculptures as part of ForumArts second sculpture symposium to take place in the UK. The resulting works, ranging from a miniature swimming pool to a shelter made with natural materials will be the focus of a private view and tour on Sunday 24 July.
12 – 24 July 2016, Riverhill Himalaya Gardens, Sevenoaks, Kent

Laura Reeves’ practice, often the result of extensive research, repositions archival material, creating new narratives. In her work with found slides, Reeves investigates the locations and suggested narratives that they conjure up, retracing the steps of the original photographer. As part of her exhibition at Exeter Phoenix, Reeves will host an Artists Writing Group on the evenings of 21 and 28 July.
15 July – 3 September 2016, Exeter Phoenix, Bradninch Place, Gandy St, Exeter

Portraits Untold
Artist Tanya Rabbe Webber is conducting a series of public portait sittings at venues throughout the UK that incorporate input from the audience, use streaming and projection technology and explore ideas around the representation of diversity and disability. Rabbe Webber’s first event on Saturday 16 July will involve the creation of a portrait of the artist and filmmaker John Akomfrah.
Saturday 16 July 2016, 10am, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, Chamberlain Square, Birmingham

The two telephone boxes of K6 Gallery play host to the work of two artists, Laura Hathaway and Joanne Hummel-Newell in this joint exhibition. Hummel-Newell’s installation Hay and Bales explores the precarity and continuity of farming, whilst Hathaway’s organic painting compositions are an exploration of pigment and the process of manipulating her materials.
10 July – 2 October 2016, K6 Gallery, The Phone Boxes, Castle Way, Southampton

1. Carolyn Corfield, Sea Abstractions
2. Laura Wilson, sketch
3. Tanya Rabbe Webber, The Division

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