Rooftop Arts Centre
An exhibition of contemporary and traditional art from emerging and established artists in Northamptonshire including painting, collage, printmaking, sculpture, and drawing. Featuring work from Amy Rose Hardwick, Angela Stanbridge, Avrel Bateman, Charles Kitchen, Fiona Kingdon, Gerald Porter, Jane Bell, Jayne Creer, Katy Burget, Mark Halsey, Marlene Maybury, Michael Kirton, Pete Almond, Rick White, Robert Ian Campbell, Stella Benford, William Pearson.
Open Weds – Sat from 11am until 4pm
Crit, 8pm, 7 Oct
Haarlem Artspace Haarlem Artspace Crits is a peer-group meet-up for creatives to share their work, receive feedback and develop their thinking. It’s open to anyone who would like to attend, contribute constructively and participate in a mutually supportive forum. The Crits are an opportunity to offer peer support, gain mutual learning and establish networking opportunities with creatives across the region. Two creatives will present at each crit, with each presenter given half an hour for discussion and sharing of their work. Haarlem Artspace Crits will be hosted on Zoom, from 8-9pm, on the first Wednesday of every even numbered month.
Dance with Project X
Twist and turn, lengthen and strengthen, flex and float and wave your body with multi-disciplinary Project X, an organisation who platform dance of the African and Caribbean Diaspora. Join us for a LIVE demonstration and interview with Project X on Instagram, then head over to Zoom for a half-hour skills share from Project X themselves.
6.30 pm: LIVE reading and interview with Project X on @Voicemaguk Instagram
7.00 pm: Join a workshop with Project X on Zoom, including a live dance warm-up with the collective.
Feet on the ground head in the sky
Modern Painters New Decorators
From: 10th October 2020 11:00 am
‘Feet on the ground head in the sky’ joins the dots between the shared interests of three graduates, exploring ideas of place and the natural world. Featuring performance, video, photography and installation the exhibition roots us in our immediate surroundings, whilst prompting us to consider our own internal mental landscapes. The name of the exhibition is taken from Talking Heads’ 1983 hit ‘This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody)’.
Katharina Fitz – When Seams Become Audible
One Thoresby Street is pleased to present ‘When Seams Become Audible’ an exhibition of new work and the first solo show by Katharina Fitz. The exhibition is a result of Fitz receiving the One Thoresby Street Production Award, given as part of New Art Exchange’s NAE Open 2019, in which she participated with her work ‘Mise en Abyme – Collapse’. In her show Fitz presents a series of objects responding to the Attic Gallery at OTS, with the works on display being the result of a 6-week long residency. The turned, pushed, pulled and suspended forms work as a reactivation of their surroundings, beginning to interact with the architecture and challenging our understanding of how we experience space and everything that comes with it. Here Fitz offers an invitation to re-see these places we inhabit through fresh eyes, creating a new kind of imagined and activated environment.
‘When Seams Become Audible
Exhibition Continues October 11th – 31st, Monday – Saturday, 12-6pm
Further bookings for the continuation of the show via onethoresbystreet.org/bookings
One Thoresby Street is pleased to present ‘When Seams Become Audible’ an exhibition of new work and the first solo show by Katharina Fitz. The exhibition is a result of Fitz receiving the One Thoresby Street Production Award, given as part of New Art Exchange’s NAE Open 2019, in which she participated with her work ‘Mise en Abyme – Collapse’.
Online Arts Collection
Visual Arts Collection. The whole brochure is available to view in PDF form online where you’ll find all the pieces available for loan and more information about our artists: