Join us for Season 11 of the Art House Open Lecture series presented by Meadow Arts and the University of Worcester’s School of Arts.
Our second artist talk this term, organized in collaboration with Meadow Arts to coincide with their Watermark exhibition, will be by Emma Critchley.
In collaboration of our 10th anniversary between Meadow Arts and BA Fine Art at the University of Worcester, we are hosting a special Arts and Health roundtable event
Our tenth season of contemporary artists’ talks, presented via a partnership with the University of Worcester’s Fine Art department. The talks involve some of the most exciting contemporary artists currently making work in the UK, who talk about their artwork, ideas and the processes they use.
Barry makes sculptures, performances and works on paper that examine the power of authenticity, pleasure, and human connection. Referencing different modes of display, design and presentation, his objects and events are experiments in how we negotiate value, significance and trust.
The talk will take place online between 17.00 and 18.30 in Tuesday 25th of October. It will also be simultaneously screened to a public audience at the Art House on Castle Street in Worcester. Please go here to book your place for the online session. For those who want to attend in person, please come to the Art House at 16.45.
Our next Art House Artist Talk will be by Isla Badenoch on Monday December 13th at 4.30 pm. The talk will take place online.
Leah Gordon – photographer, film-maker, curator and writer – talks modernism and architecture; the slave trade; industrialisation; and grassroots religious, class and folk histories.
We’re very excited to announce that Edie Jo Murray and…kruse will give the second Art House/Meadow Arts Open Talk on Wednesday October 20th at 16.30.
You are invited to a series of talks by current PhD students in Fine Art at the University of Worcester whose work is currently on display as part of the Haptics exhibition in the Art House on Castle Street.
Dr John Cussans, from the School of Arts, will be presenting his work as part of an evening of new screenings, talks and performances taking place tomorrow. The Centre for Media Research at Bath Spa University presents ‘Fiction Machines – Part III’ at 6pm, with presentations from a number of artists, filmmakers and theorists.
Andy Holden is an artist and musician whose approach is characterised by a desire to connect to audiences while retaining his own idiosyncratic internal references and motivations.