Posts Tagged ‘visual art’

Gonna have a Vunky good time – Vunk Fest 2009

Posted by on June 19th, 2009 No Comments
Those hard working music and arts loving folks over at Vunk Ventures are at it again. This time it’s in the shape of Vunk Fest, a “non profit festival of rock music and art works inspired by music” Taking place over the weekend of the 11th and 12th July, Vunk Fest will comprise two events… Read the rest...

Submissions for Shetland Open Art Exhibition 2009 invited

Posted by on June 11th, 2009 No Comments
Submissions for Shetland Open Art Exhibition 2009 invited All artists and makers, who are over 18 and Shetland by birth, education or residency are invited to submit a piece for this year’s Open.  The show runs 5 September – 4 October with the preview on Wednesday 2 September at 7.30pm. An  Open Information Sheet is available.… Read the rest...

Open Quintet (30 May – 21 June 2009)

Posted by on May 28th, 2009 No Comments
Open Quintet (30 May - 21 June 2009) An Exhibition by the prizewinners of the Shetland Open Art Exhibition 2008 To accompany the prizes awarded by the five sponsors of last year’s Open Exhibition, Shetland Arts awarded a further £100 to each prize-winner, to fund the preparation of work for a joint exhibition in the gallery. Helen Whitham won Baker Tilly’s prize for… Read the rest...

Reaching Across – Jennifer Talbot exhibition

Posted by on March 13th, 2009 No Comments
Media release: Textiles take over Shetland Arts’ Bonhoga Gallery with the new exhibition, entitled Reaching Across by Cambridge based artist Jennifer Talbot, previewing on Friday 20 March at 7.30 pm and running until 19 April 2009. Everyone is welcome to attend the opening and meet the artist. Jennifer Talbot was born in Tanzania, brought up… Read the rest...

Close – Allan Pollok-Morris exhibition

Posted by on February 7th, 2009 No Comments
Close - Allan Pollok-Morris exhibition Media release: Described as ‘a hymn to the Scottish garden’ the exhibition close opens at the Bonhoga Gallery on 13th February 2009, documenting Allan Pollok-Morris’s journey through works of garden designers, plants people, artists and architects. The gardens are created against the natural backdrops of the Lowlands, Highlands and Islands of Scotland, and united by… Read the rest...