MAKING ART WORK

Sen5es Mystery movie night

 

Making Art Work invite you to a sensory film extravaganza.  

As a closing event to Sen5es exhibition our mystery film night will not only visually delight but will appeal to all your senses.

Saturday 26th November at The Bowerhouse, 20 Warwick Place, Maidstone, ME16 8SG

Arrival from 6.30pm. Film starts 7.30pm (film rating 15)

Tickets are £5.00 including refreshments.  Booking via Eventbrite

Please note the mystery film is certificate 15 and the organisers will be unable to admit any persons under this age .

 

 

 

 

 

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

Coming soon… Art Market

The countdown to this year’s Art Market has begun and we are delighted to announce sponsorship from Wow Magazine, Gilbert and Clark Frame & Print, CIB Comms, Wilmoths Citroën and The Fountain Workshop.

We will be releasing regular updates and showcasing the work of our exhibiting artists via our social media platforms. Stay plugged in at:

Twitter: @artmarket_me14 
Facebook: Art Market
Instagram:  @artmarketme14

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.