This October we launched a call-out for project volunteers to be involved in a reinterpretation of Kendal Museum’s World Wildlife Gallery. As described in the poster, this group of local volunteers will act as community contributors for the project through to the new year. We are aiming to address gaps
Visit the new exhibition by Mike Healey in our People’s Gallery from the 5th of October until the 11th of November. For this exhibition, Mike’s work embraces Greek and Egyptian mythology; strange plant forms; the world of Pulcinella and the Commedia dell’arte; climate change and weird landscapes. Works also explore
This exhibition is by Green Door, with the exhibition being comprised of the work of 24 artists. Green Door Artists was formed in 1995 by a group of artists based in Kendal, with the aim of providing low-cost studios for local artists. They are a self-managed, not-for-profit artists’ co-operative who
This exhibition is made up of work from two artists. Eileen’s inspiration comes from immersing herself in wild, rural and coastal scenery, experiencing the weather and landscapes. She gathers photographs and observations, before returning to her studio to work on the ideas generated and create individual artworks in oil. Cally’s
Artwork from a north Cumbrian collective, curated with a creative focus on materials and processes. Explore their varied contemporary approaches to ceramics, glass, paint, printmaking, sculpture, and digital markmaking. The exhibition is free admission, open to public Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 9:30-16:30.
Creative Writing Course in French at Kendal Museum. It takes place at Kendal Museum every Thursday between 8th June to 13th July, 18:00-20:00. Please get in touch with the tutor, Maria-Elena for more details and course fees: firstname.lastname@example.org/07709002469.
Mark is a sculptor working mainly in cast bronze. Although he is using metal – a markedly permanent material – he harnesses chance to create imperfect and fractured pieces, mirroring the impermanence and vulnerability of the environment around him. Influences often have a landscape or scientific background, looking at the
LAVINIA HASLAM Lavinia Haslam: Is of African.- European heritage a single mother of 2, who has faced challenges and adversity Graduating from Braford university in 1999 as a professional photographer and stylist working with the exploration of concepts and interpretations with families from a range of diverse backgrounds, She spent
I MAKE DIORAMAS (Among other things!) These are large, three-dimensional ‘stage sets’ in a box, covered in glass and elaborately framed. I began my professional career in the theatre – as a stage director, later working in television as a drama Producer/Director. I directed many other fine actors, including Judy