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Pop by This weekend and visit our information stall in the Royal Festival Hall

WOW – Women of the World Festival – March 11 – 13 2011

The SLWA stall will be themed around Networking, Empowerment and Mentoring.
We need SLWA members to take part during the weekend please contact Laura if you can help.

SLWA will be promoting our organisation and our members work.
You can give us your postcards to exhibit either bring your postcards to the Celebrating Women Private View at Dulwich Library this Thursday 03 March.
or arrange delivery with Laura by emailing her directly:
enquiries@lauramoretongriffiths.com

For more information about WoW and the programme of events visit
http://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/find/festivals-series/wow-–-women-of-the-world-0 Continue Reading »

WOMEN and BOOKS

This week the selection panel met to chose the work for the show.  Artists, Nicky Hirst and Sarah Sparkes (Curator) and Lily Harris, Head of Development at Dulwich Picture Gallery were impressed by the quality of work submitted.  And they were enthusiastic about the theme in the context of a library.

Libraries are now under threat, so regular shows at Dulwich Library are especially timely.  The panel like the idea of accompanying text as they felt it further enhanced the connection between visual art and the written word.

We will be emailing out to you the flyer and private view invitation soon.  Please be sure to send it to all your contacts!

This is a special show!  It not only actively supports libraries under threat, it also coincides with the celebrations for the centenary of International Women’s Day by celebrating the wonderful and diverse talent of women artists in South London!

There will be tours on Wednesdays 2 and 16 March at 3.30pm which will include talks by some of the exhibiting artists, and also visits for schools each Tuesday and Wednesday  1.30- 3.30pm.

If you would like to participate contact Ilinca info@ilinca.co.uk,  Jackie jackiekbrown20a@gmail.com

Private View THURSDAY 3 March 8 – 10pm

27 February – 26 March 2011

 

 

Call for Artists
Friends of Dulwich Picture Gallery
Bicentennial Year Exhibition

Submissions: 16/17 April
Private View: 21 April
Exhibition: 22 April – 8 May

Selection Panel
Ian Dejardin, Director of the Gallery
Eileen Cooper RA
Rupert Maas gallery owner , local resident, ‘star’ of Antiques Roadshow;
Deborah Roslund, local resident and collector of modern art;
Pippa Graber,
Application form can be downloaded from the DPG website Continue Reading »

WOW ARTS FAIR

Two-day exhibiting and retail development programme for female artists, designers and creators

Day 1 – [Workshop]: 10am – 5pm, Tuesday 1st March 2011, Toynbee Hall, E1 6LS
Day 2 – [Exhibition]: 10am – 5pm, Tuesday 8th March 2011, Old Spitalfields Market, E1 6AA
Cost: £55 (Includes training workshop and trading opportunity)

• Improve your sales pitch

• Create eye-catching displays

• Keep customers coming back

• Make the most out of one-off trading opportunities Continue Reading »

I wonder if you know of likely candidates for the job?

We are looking for a freelancer to lead key aspects of the co-ordination of this year’s Wandsworth Artists’ Open House event. The fee is £2,000 and the ideal candidate will be reasonably local, have some knowledge of the event and artists’ involved, and will be likely to want to do the job over a number of years – we are looking to invest in their knowledge of the project. Continue Reading »

As you may know the Friends Bicentenary Exhibition will take place in April this year.
Will you be able to help us make the Exhibition even more successful than previous years?!
We need volunteers for the following:

Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 April – this is submission weekend when artists bring their work to the Gallery.
We need teams of two people to record the details of the artists and their works, and to take payment on these days. Continue Reading »

Saturday mornings or Wednesday evenings
Throughout 4 sessions you learn how to manipulate and transfer your own images on to different materials using different screen print techniques from freehand to digital.
The objective of the course is to ensure one is competent enough to be able to work independently.
Once completed there is the opportunity to use The ‘Open Access Screen printing’ works through a 10 session pass scheme, were you simply phone to book your slot.
For more information please visit http://www.bainbridgestudios.co.uk