MAKING ART WORK

Blurred Boundaries

Blurred Boundaries,
November 1st-11th 2017
The Seavonoaks Kaleidoscope Gallery, Seavenoaks
PV Thursday 2nd November 5.30-7.30pm
 
November 17th-28th 2017
Nucleus Gallery, Chatham
PV Saturday 18th November 1.30-3.30pm
“Blurred Boundaries explores decisive moments when the traditional boundaries of fiction/nonfiction, tryth and falshood Blur”
An exhibition by Maidstone based Arts Cooperative Making Art Work, “Blurred Boundaries” will consider and investigate how the blurring of boundaries can be viewed from a multi-dimensional position and how these considerations can be expressed through contemporary and critical visual art practice.

Fleur Alston, Judith Balchin, Margaret Barrett, Sue Batt, Sharon Van Diepen, Elizabeth Dudley, Jenny Fairweather, Ali Farmer, Christina France, Shirley-Ann Galbraith, Debbie Humm, Sarah Jones, Asli Shehi, Linda Simon, Angela Stocker, Sue Vass and Angela Wooi

Coming soon… Sen5es exhibition


An exhibition to indulge and stimulate the senses.

The latest exhibition from Making Art Work will explore what it means to be human through our primary experiences of the five senses – taste, touch, sight, hearing and smell.  Through discovery and interaction, it will investigate ways in which, we as humans, are driven by our senses to explore and navigate the world around us.

From sensory overload to sensory deprivation, we will seek  to challenge preconceived perceptions whilst testing the boundaries of our senses.

Saturday 19th and 26th November 2016

Opening times: 11 – 4pm

The Bowerhouse
20 Warwick Place
Maidstone
ME16 8SG

Winner! Julia Groves awarded best Visual Artist.

We would like to congratulate one of our members, Julia Groves on winning the best Visual Artist category at the Kent Creative Awards on Weds 18th May 2016.  We are very proud.

You can see some of Julia’s work at our current members exhibition ‘TIME’ – open everyday (except Mondays) at Maidstone Museum.

 

TIME – Meet the Artist

 

Throughout the duration of of our members exhibition ‘TIME’, you’ll have the opportunity to meet the participating artists in our “meet the artist” program.

This will give you an opportunity to meet the artists, find out more about their practice and find out more about Us as an organisation.

Open everyday, except Mondays, until Saturday 25th June.