Explore Art Trowbridge

Image Credit: Peter Burgess: “made in England – oak/oak”, 2013-14

Drawing Projects UK, Bridge House, 10 Stallard Street, Trowbridge, BA14 9AE

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Thursday 06 April 2017
Opening Hours: 5-8pm

Enjoy the exhibitions and explore art in Trowbridge at your own pace or with a guided walking tour across each venue. The evening will start with drinks at 5.00 p.m. at Drawing Projects UK at Bridge House on Stallard Street, and the guided tours will commence from there. Also check out Greyscale, an exhibition by five Australian artists that explores themes of grey and greyness and its significant cultural and scientific properties as colour and tone.

After the drinks we will visit Trowbridge Museum and Town Hall Arts, meet artists, explore the latest exhibitions and hear plans about each of the venues’ future. Don't miss weaving demonstrations and a chance to see the temporary exhibition Banned in Trowbridge Museum and an exhibition of artists' videos Exploited Reality in Town Hall Arts.

At 7.30 p.m. Town Hall Arts will be hosting a talk by Trowbridge Museums Manager David Birks on 1000 Years of Warp and Weft. Tickets for this talk will be free to visitors of the Explore Art Trowbridge event and should be collected from Drawing Projects UK from 5.00 p.m. on the day of the event.

 

 

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