Making Luck Workshop: Harriet Bowman

Image Credit: Harriet Bowman Ceramic Horseshoe (2018) Photograph courtesy the artist.

Spike Island Artspace, 133 Cumberland Road, Bristol, BS1 6UX

01179292266
admin@spikeisland.org.uk
http://www.spikeisland.org.uk/events/activities/making-luck-workshop/

Saturday 01 September 2018
2–3pm and 3.30–4.30pm
Booking essential
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/making-luck-workshop-harriet-bowman-tickets-47434286227

Join artist Harriet Bowman to make clay horseshoe sculptures while discussing ideas and folk stories about luck (good and bad). Each horseshoe will later be fired and added to the exhibition.

Sessions are taking place at 2–3pm and 3.30–4.30pm.

Free, booking essential

 

Exhibition: Harriet Bowman, All Round-er (sad sale)

21 July to 23 September 2018

Harriet Bowman presents a series of new works based on an ongoing narrative about a fictional character called Fled who explores Bowman’s own curiosities for cars, horsepower and the language of equestrian advertising.

Harriet Bowman graduated with BA (Hons) in Fine Art from UWE in 2013. Recent exhibitions include: SPAR DASH; WEAR DARK GLASSES, The Island, Bristol; Plymouth Contemporary Open, Plymouth College of Art; and A Wave Looks the Same from Above and Below, Lacuna Crux hosted by Home Platform. She was awarded the Young Artist Award at Plymouth Contemporary Open (2015).

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