News for 2013!
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Kirkleatham Arts Fair in Association with Saltburn Arts Fair
1 & 2 June 2013
Push // Pull
Saltburn Arts Fair are curating a contemporary arts fair at Kirkleatham Museum as part of the region wide Festival of the North East. Kirkleatham Museum will play host to three significant exhibitions including internationally renowned artists Len Tabner and Ian MacDonald alongside a specially curated programme of artists who are considered to be pushing the boundaries of their practice selected from a UK field.
The context for this theme makes a historical reference to the industrial and rural heritage of the North East. Built upon innovation Teesside, in particular, was and still is at the forefront of ground breaking new technological developments. Within the contemporary arts East Cleveland has a long and illustrious history of progressive new artists emerging and influencing the sector. Notably being home to the Northern Impressionists in the 19th Century and most recently hitting international headlines with the Olympic inspired installations of the Saltburn Yarn Bombers.
A selection of 20 artists will showcase their work in the newly refurbished Pavillion at Kirkleatham museum.
Artists will be asked to consider how they are pushing the boundaries of critical thinking within their practice.
Curators from the Contemporary Arts Society, mima and a special guest artist will support the event through a panel discussion to be held as part of the opening of the exhibition.
For more information please contact us
SALTBURN ARTS FAIR – 2012
From 3rd to 5th August 2012 Saltburn-by-the-Sea will host it’s very first dedicated Arts Fair. The Saltburn Arts Fair will focus on excellence, showcasing the very best artists from the North of England, coupled with national and international artists.
The Saltburn Arts Fair is working in collaboration with mima and will offer an exciting weekend of events beginning with a launch party at the new arts centre The Saltburn School, continuing over the weekend with a fair, performance and symposium.
We have please to have Julian Germain exhibiting his work from Classroom Portraits 2004-2012 at the Saltburn School.
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