Remote Roundup 26th October – 1st November 2020

Memberd Creative Focus Chat – 6pm, 27 Oct
Webinart online
Check the calendar invitation, portal or private Facebook group for the zoom link and the full details. Starting with an icebreaker, followed by splitting off into small groups where you’ll have the opportunity to discuss any particular challenges, ask advice from fellow members, or bounce around some new ideas.

Pottery Taster
The tactile experience of pottery can be meditative, inviting a deep sense of relaxation and well-being. Try your hand at throwing on the potter’s wheel and make a simple pot to take home once fired for only £20 per family (up to 4 adults or children).

Graphic Design for Beginners 6pm 28 Oct
NTU Online Creative Courses
Are you looking for ways to do more of your design work yourself? Or are you thinking about future studies and would like to enhance your portfolio? Either way, this course is ideal because it combines both creative and technical approaches and exploring them in a professional context. No prior software knowledge is required. Rooms and resources will be set up to follow social distancing guidelines.
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Great Paintings in times of Massive Social Upheaval
Attenborough Arts Centre
Due to COVID restrictions, Great Painting in times of Massive Upheavals will take place virtually this term via Microsoft Teams. All learners will be sent a link, along with reading materials, a few days before each lecture in order to access them from their own homes. Course Description: A history course with art very much at its core. Take a look at paintings that depict important historical events or simply reveal fascinating aspects of contemporary society.
30 Oct – 11 Dec 2020 (Fridays 10.30am – 12.30pm)

Two Queens Members Show, 12-5pm, Thurs-Sat, timed entry
Two Queens is proud to announce the re-opening of our gallery space with the 2020 Members Show. The exhibition is an annual open and inclusive showcase of recent work by studio holders and associate members of Two Queens. This year is our biggest ever, with work by over 40 artists working across Painting, Sculpture, Drawing, Ceramics, Writing, Video and interactive media, and we are delighted to re-open the gallery after an extended and unexpected break with this presentation of work by the artists who make up our community.