Exhibition at Patriothall Gallery…
Cachín Cachán Cachunga! presents
SEEP II: Mirrors & Mires
19-29th September, 2014
1d Patriothall, Edinburgh EH3 5AY
Curator: Sandra Alland
Technical Artist: Ariadna Battich
Please check the special events happening with this Exhibition...
Opening: Friday, 19th September, 7-10pm
(with live performance by Andra Simons)
Group exhibition continues: 20-29th September
Saturday to Monday noon-6pm, Tuesday to Friday 2-8pm
Tour for Blind & Partially-Sighted Visitors: 20th Sept, 4pm
Special Event: Writing & Performance Workshop with Andra Simons
Monday, 22nd September, 1-4:30pm
Special Event: Open Mic with Open Barbers (featuring Liz Cronin)
Sunday, 28th September: haircuts noon-6pm, readings/performances 6-8pm
This art exhibition selected by Edinburgh’s Patriothall Gallery features a varied and exciting mix of visual art, film, performance and installation. The event is curated by award-winning interdisciplinary artist Sandra Alland, who has shown work internationally, including at Tate Modern and GoMA, and has programmed events such as Who’s Your Dandy? at Edinburgh Filmhouse in May 2014.
For Our Next Exhibition/Event...
Open Studios event
4th & 5th October
A Weekend Exhibition to compliment the open Studios with work by the artist taking part.
Demonstration of Mokuhanga (Japanese Wood Block Printing)
Patriothall Gallery, Ground Floor, 3-4.30pmPaul Furneaux will demonstrate Mokuhanga, one of the most beautiful and ancient forms of printing. Come along and learn how the beautiful fading of one colour into another is achieved through subtle skill of
“Bokashi” and how to register one printing block with another through a “Kento”guide.
4th & 5th October
Tapestry Weaving Demonstration,
Studio 304, Third Floor, all-day drop-in session Anna King invites you to drop in for a tapestry weaving demonstration where she will talk to people about the technique and materials involved in this fascinating process.
Painting, Children’s Workshop,
Patriothall Gallery, Ground Floor, 12-2pm
Painter Georgia Murray will lead a children’s landscape painting workshop. Children of all ages welcome.
Wasps has leased Patriothall Studios since 1984.
The lease was due to expire in 2005 without the option of a renewal, threatening the loss of the building which provided studio space for over 50 artists. The building was purchased and refurbished in 2004 securing the future of these fantastic studios.
Patriothall houses a gallery space which is run by a voluntary group of artists who are based within the building.
For more info on Patriothall Gallery...