Treat yourself and your loved ones to a gift, created with care by Haarlem Artspace studio holders and associates.
This year Haarlem is not having a Winter Exhibition due to our circumstances, but you can still stock up on some locally made Christmas gifts from the artists, designers and makers at Haarlem Artspace, as well as limited edition artworks from previous exhibitions.
Works include a range of artist books and publications, limited edition prints, original artworks, jewellery, ceramics, photography and sculpture.
Artists and Makers include:
Fourthland (pictured), Victoria Lucas, Chris Brooks, George Miles, Geoff Diego Litherland, Karen Logan, Pauline Wooley, Peter Knight, Helen Jukes, Tracey Meek, WELFARE, and The Wirksworth Pottery Company.
Haarlem Artspace Virtual Residency was generously funded by East Street Arts as part of the Guild Programme, (a partnership between the Artist’s Information Company, Arts Council England and East Street Arts.)
Haarlem Artspace studio holders and associates visually explored their practice in relation to Haarlem Artspace, its community, its manifesto, its archive, and its location over a flexible residency inspired by the Swifts Virtual Residency designed by Louisa Chambers and Danica Maeir. This was led by curator Livvy Punnett with creatives selected by Luke Tarpey of Tarpey Gallery and two Haarlem Artspace Directors.
– Tricia Rice
– Anna Mawby
– Karen Logan
– Tracey Meek
– Christine Thomas
– Jo Heron
Haarlem Artspace Crit 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 following dates:
– Wednesday 2nd December (2/12/20)
– Wednesday 3rd February (3/02/21)
– Wednesday 7th April (7/04/21)
– Wednesday 2nd June (2/06/21)
– Wednesday 4th August (4/08/21)
Please register if you would like to book a slot and take advantage of the opportunity to show your work and receive valuable feedback from a supportive community, or would like to attend to feedback on the presenters’ work and contribute to this creative community. Get in touch with Abbie Canning for more information.
At Haarlem Artspace, we believe that RURAL ART and CULTURE is vital to the wellbeing of society and that beauty crosses physical & social boundaries.
We are very grateful for all the support we receive and to our incredible community in Wirksworth. We don’t receive any regular funding for the work that we do. To support our public programme, please click here & make a small donation or here to become a supporter for £30 a year.
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