We’ve got a quick round up of the going’s on at West Studios. As always we‘re really busy - today, we have Ian Judson from Killamarsh Arts & Minds setting up his imminent exhibition. I am absolutely blown away by the volume of work and how emotive the pictures and sculptures are. I cannot wait for this exhibition to open as I think it will speak to a lot of people. We have an interview on our website with Ian - click here to read it.
Migrant Journey, Border Control runs from 8th March until 29th March.
The Recital Room in College has had a refurb!
We are letting people know that they are able to hire it out for events, performances, film showings and dance shows. What else can you bring to our venue?
To book a viewing and get a quote, please contact either Joby or Annie on (01246)500799 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, we have our Contact Page here.
Get those creative juices flowing with our Studio Photography Course. This two week short course starts on Monday 18th March and continues on the following Monday. In it, you can gain a greater understanding of your camera or learn right from scratch. Your tutor will take you through topics such as shutter speed and white balance. The workshop will also go through aperture, ISO Exposure and Studio lighting.
All you will need is a notebook and a USB stick to save your photos on. All other equipment can be provided but you’re more than welcome to bring your own camera. This course costs just £60.
For more information and to book a place on this, please email email@example.com
New Stockists Coming Soon!
We have some beautiful new items in our Gallery Shop and we also have some on their way!
Cognissart are already selling here. Alison Wake brings us scenes that we all know and adore, from around the Peak District - but she embroiders them - what a talent!
Gekkota Arts/Pomegranate Youth Theatre have had a successful performance of their play, ‘Salt’ by Dawn King at the beginning of this month. They will also be performing it at the Crucible Studio Theatre on Wednesday 27th March at 7pm. Why not buy a ticket?