With the cold nights drawing in, for those of us not out grouse shooting or visiting Barnard castle The People’s Art Fair is back to bring a little colour and magic back in our lives! Show will run in real life at the PRSC, online or both, lockdown depending.
Open call for artists, performers, musicians, workshop leaders and creatives who want to be involved in our monthly arts fair, featuring an exhibition, market, activities, performance etc. See The People’s Art Fair for details of how to get involved. Part of the School of Activism 2.0 curriculum.
Open call for artists, performers, musicians, workshop leaders and creatives who want to be involved in our monthly arts fair, featuring an exhibition, market, activities, performance etc. See The People’s Art Fair for details of how to get involved.
Art! Music! Creativity! Our monthly arts fair, featuring an exhibition, market, activities, music, performance etc. Art fair, activities & exhibition – Saturday 12-6pm & Sunday 12-3pm. Live music & exhibition – Saturday 6-9pm.
Come get loved up at PRSC with an arts fair celebrating the beautiful diversity of 21st century love, featuring original artwork, performances, market stalls and creative activities. Free entry! Art exhibition opening and live music 6-9pm Friday 14th February. Art show and creative market 12-6pm Saturday 15th February.
Over the past four years Antony has ventured to differing environments and together with his camera, captured a range of wildlife endemic to their habitats. Antony is now exhibiting his favourite images shot in Canada, Malawi, Malaysian Borneo, South Africa, the UK and Zambia. The collection showcases vibrant examples of the diversity seen amongst bird species both native and exotic, fur-covered beasts typically observed in jungles, mountain ranges and the plains; as well as striking specimens of invertebrates and reptiles.
The PRSC Outdoor Exhibition is designed to provide an outlet for aspiring and established artists to showcase and sell their work, and to offer to the public the opportunity to purchase artworks at an affordable price. As well as providing a canvas for artists to exhibit their work and experiment with weatherproof techniques, the outdoor gallery aims to give local communities and passers-by a sense of ownership of the public space, challenging established ideas of private property and commercial enterprise. Hanging the work outside will mean it is vulnerable to vandalism and theft, therefore trust and respect are central elements of this exhibition.
What can you expect if you’re homeless and ask your local council for help? Frequently Asked Questions, an ongoing project created by Anthony Luvera and Gerald Mclaverty, lifts the lid on the twists, turns and bureaucratic dead ends faced by Britain’s most vulnerable people.
Join us for the launch party of “Frequently Asked Questions”, a new exhibition by Anthony Luvera, which graphically presents research about support and services available to homeless people across dozens of local authorities. Featuring performance by Rising Voices Recovery Choir.