A date for your diary. SEAS artist Chris Birbeck will be exhibiting with Florum again. This time it’s much closer to Deal. Beautiful art and garden. #florumartists
SEAS Open Studios/ Art Trail is run almost concurrently with the Deal Festival of Music and Arts, during which time artists welcome the public to view their work over two compulsory weekends;
Sat 30th June – Sun 1st July and concluding on Sat 7th – Sun 8th July 2018.
We will again be hiring the Astor and have the Angling Club available too, if artists feel they’d like to be more central or, for a variety of reasons, can’t open their studio. This year we are again optionally incorporating additional events to our Open Studios (see section D and F) so please fill in appropriately.
The artists who organise Open Studios operate in an unpaid and voluntary capacity. The smooth running of the event therefore relies on all the artists taking part in helping us.
Please find below the application form for SEAS OPEN STUDIOS for 30th June-1st July AND 7th July-8th July 2018. I’m sending it now as design of the brochure is time dependent and the form has been altered in light of the core meeting held on 15/1 and so all relevant payment dates and event information can be found on the form. Any further questions please ask at the members meeting on 19/1/2018
If you do not wish to participate in OS this year, but would be happy to help with promotion and distribution of leaflets or any other aspect please let us know either at the members meeting on this Fri evening or before.
26 mai 2018, 6e Fête de l’estampe
Les inscriptions sont ouvertes !
date limite : 10 avril 2018 / deadline : April 10, 2018
Manifestampe – fédération nationale de l’estampe présente la sixième édition de la Fête de l’estampe
Manifestampe, the French printmakers’ federation, organises the 6th “Fête de l’estampe” (Printmaking festival)
Devenue au fil des années un succès, c’est un rendez-vous annuel à ne pas manquer. La Fête de l’estampe permet à un large public de découvrir dans une ambiance chaleureuse la richesse de ce moyen d’expression qui comprend la gravure, la lithographie, la sérigraphie ou encore les procédés numériques. Des expositions, des performances, des visites d’ateliers, stages, démonstrations, portes ouvertes, cours, conférences, ventes aux enchères, kakémonos géants, etc. sont organisés dans toute la France et même au-delà, en Europe, le jour de la Fête de l’estampe, autour du 26 mai 2018. La Fête de l’estampe 2017 a bénéficié du soutien du ministère de la Culture et de la Communication.
Over the years, the success of this festival has made it an unmissable event in the cultural calendar. La Fête de l’estampe provides a festive opportunity for many to discover this rich art that includes lithography, engraving, serigraphy, artists’ books and even digital prints. Exhibitions, outdoor studios, training sessions, open studios, conferences, performances, auctions, giant prints,… are organised in France and in many other countries in Europe on 26th May, 2018, for one day, or longer in some areas.
Où se déroule la Fête de l’estampe ? Partout en France… et même en Europe ! Dans des ateliers, dans des galeries d’art, dans la rue, dans des bibliothèques, des parcs et jardins, des musées, des écoles, en ville ou à la campagne, dans des lieux prestigieux ou insolites. Toutes les initiatives sont possibles.
Where? Anywhere : in artists’ studios, art galleries, in the street, in libraries, gardens, museums, schools, art schools … all initiatives are welcome.
Quand a lieu la Fête de l’estampe ? Le samedi 26 mai 2018, bien entendu. La plupart des événements durent plusieurs jours autour du 26 mai. Tout événement annoncé sera ouvert au public le 26 mai 2018.
When ? On Saturday, May 26th, 2018. Events may also be organised to last several days or weeks, providing the date of 26th May is included.
Qui participe ? La Fête de l’estampe est initiée par Manifestampe et est organisée par tous les acteurs de l’estampe : artistes plasticiens, graveurs, lithographes, sérigraphes, galeristes, musées, imprimeurs de l’estampe, collectionneurs d’estampes, écoles d’art, etc. Tous ont eu à cœur de mettre l’estampe en valeur auprès du public, et particulièrement ce jour-là
Who? La Fête de l’estampe is dedicated to anyone involved in printmaking: artists, engravers, lithographers, serigraphers, museums, printers, gallery owners, collectors, artists’ associations,…
Ringwould Village Hall once again hosts the South East Artists Christmas Arts and Craft Fair. Ten artists will be exhibiting their exciting work ranging from textiles to printmaking and mosaic to stitch craft.
The Craft Fair opens from 10.00am till 4.30pm on Saturday 25th/26th November. Artists include: Kate Baker (mosaic, fused glass), Di Barrett (glass), Patricia Barry (print, paint and stitch), Chris Birbeck (textiles), Alan Davies (printmaker), Kathryn Hodder (ceramics), Loo Round (textiles), Dodie Sorrel (printed textiles), David White (ceramics) and Mollie Winters (textiles).
Come and see the artist’s work and get some great Christmas gifts.
For further information: https://searts.wordpress.com or visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/south.east.artists/
South East Artists Christmas Arts and Craft Fair.
Ringwould Village Hall, Dover Road, Ringwould, Kent CT14 8HL
10.00am to 4.30pm. Saturday 25th/26th November 2017
FOR ONE DAY ONLY South East Artists (SEAS) will be presenting their first POP-UP POSTCARD ART. Thirteen artists will be exhibiting Postcard Artwork mounted in frames and all artwork is available for £20. It’s a great opportunity to get some local artist artwork without breaking the bank and ideal as gifts or Christmas stocking fillers. The work ranges from fine artwork to photography, textiles to printmaking and mixed-media. Artists include: Kate Baker, Patricia Barry, Chris Birbeck, Tom Burnham, Susan Carlyle, Martin Cherry, Alan Davis, Liza Harding, Dominic Harper, Peter Hayes-Watkins, Diana Mishkin, Mike Tedder, Mollie Winters and Nicki Vowls. The event takes place on Saturday 18th November at St George’s Hall, High Street Deal. Entry is free and is open between 10am and 5pm. For further information visit our website: https://searts.wordpress.com or visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/south.east.artists/
Kent’s International Artist Book and Print Event
Friday 13 October- Thusday 9 November 2017
Location: Herbert Read Gallery, UCA Canterbury Time: 10:30 am- 18:00 pm
All Inked Up is an International Artist Book and Print Event spread over two venues, UCA, Canterbury and The Brewery Tap, Folkestone, comprising of an Artist Book and Print Fair, Symposium, Workshops and a final Exhibition of four internationally acclaimed artists at The Herbert Read Gallery UCA, Canterbury.
The event will build the audiences awareness of the Artist book as a primary medium and method in artistic practice to introducing the broad possibilities that the book format covers, from Illustrative narrative to sculptural forms through to digital, audio/video and performance work.
The Event will feature over 30 Internationally recognised Book Arts from Spain, South Korea, Japan, Holland, Germany, Portugal, Ireland as well as the U.K; the work of Staff and Students from European Universities, Spain, Norway, Ireland, Scotland and England as well as local Artistic community in the South East, Resort Studio, Open School East, Intra, DBA Print studios and Folkestone’s Creative Quarter.
6-10 October 2017
Please join me and my colleagues from SEAs (South East Artists) at the Pie Factory, Margate from the 6-10th October. See work from Susan Carlyle, Jim Foreman, Dominic Harper, Penny Jackson, Caroline Raffan, Trevor Summerfield, Kaye Walls, and Mollie Winter. Our work ranges from fine art to textiles and sculpture to photography. The Pie Factory is open from 10am to 5pm and we invite you to view our work.
Look forward to seeing you.
7 Broad St, Margate CT9 1EW
East Kent Open Houses town art trails, which are part of the Canterbury festival since 2000-2001 returns in October 2017 with a new town having joined the trail: Deal. We have 21 artists across 12 ‘house’ venues ready to open their homes/studios/galleries to welcome you and share with you their works, inspirations and projects.
Support local artists and venture out on this new Deal town trail during October weekends, (from 14/15, 21/22 and 28/29th) Venues will be open at 11-5pm unless stated. Find info regarding participating artists and town trails on the ekoh.org.uk website and download a brochure and map(s).
If you are in the Maidstone area later this month, why not visit the Art Market at the Lockmeadow Market Hall on September 30th, and say hello to SEAS artists Kate Baker and Mike Tedder who will be showing some of their work there.
Experience the vibrancy of the contemporary art scene on Saturday 30th September, with Maidstone’s Art Market at the town’s historic Lockmeadow Market Hall.
The Art Market is an affordable art event bringing together artists from across Kent and the South East showcasing some of the best contemporary art available.
‘Keeping true to our Maidstone roots, inspired by the historic Market and loosely based on the success of “The Art car boot fair”, the “Art Market” provides a public platform to all artists, organisations, collectives and galleries across Kent and the South East. Open to all art disciplines the Art Market gives exhibitors an opportunity to sell their work to the public, build a relationship with potential buyers, galleries and curators. With an informal approach to the fair we hope to engage a wider audience to celebrate and enjoy the arts.’
Making Art Work
Art Market at Lockmeadow Market Hall
Summer Open Studios 2017
SEAS artists will be opening their doors for the annual Summer Open Studios Art Trail across Deal and surrounding villages, welcoming visitors again this year. All artists studios will be open on the 1st & 2nd July, then 8th & 9th July. Most venues will be open from 10am to 5pm. Some artists will also open for an third w/end on the 15th & 16th July.