MATERIAL FLOW : Museum in the Park, Stroud Saturday August 31st – Sunday Sept 22nd 2019
Considering Stroud’s woollen cloth industry and the worlds within Curator: Patricia Brien. Artists throughout the UK are invited to create work responding to articles that demonstrate our rich textile heritage. The exhibition is curated by Patricia Brien and we are grateful to the Museum for hosting this exciting event. Read more…. and how you can apply to exhibit.
BEGUILING BOOKS : Newark Park, Ozleworth, Wotton-under-Edge Wednesday 4th September – Sunday 27th October 2019
GHOST MILLS : John Street Gallery, Stroud Valleys Artspace, Stroud. Friday 6th september to Saturday 14th
Walking The Land, as painters, sculptors, photographers, videographers, curators, academics and educators produce work which refers to specific places, localities and environments, combining art and walking. This exhibition reflects a specific walk for the Festival, à la recherche du temps perdu. More….
Wool & Water Original Prints: A response by the Gloucestershire Printmakers Cooperative at their Gallery at Griffin Mill. saturday 7th Sept. to Sunday 29th. sept.
GPC was founded in 2005 with the key aim of promoting Fine Art Printmaking and to encourage artists engaged in this medium. It is the only printmaking facility of its kind in Gloucestershire and has extensive printmaking facilities at the studios at Griffin Mill, Stroud.
Cotswold Sculptors: Clay-Loft Nailsworth Saturday 31st August – Thursday 12th September.
Members of the Cotswold Sculptors Association will be showing their work in the delightful Clay-Loft space.
Members’ Exhibition: Lansdown Gallery Monday 2nd. September – Saturday 7th. September.
The Members of the Stroudwater Textile Trust will be responding to the Festival’s theme of Wool & Water that includes landscape, mills, waterways, architecture, machinery, and social history. Curator: Bailey Curtis