Container Conversation: Unfamiliar Territories

Image Credit: Sara Dudman RWA

Contains Art, East Quay, Watchet, Somerset, TA23 0AQ

07583368072
[email protected]
www.containsart.co.uk

Thursday 25 May 2017
7pm
Admission Fee: £12
Booking essential
[email protected]

Join us for this exciting and engaging talk as the artists and panel discuss their relationship with the West Somerset coastline and the themes explored in Unfamiliar Territories, their new exhibition at Contains Art. Few spaces remaining!

£12 entry
an evening with dinner & drinks

Booking is essential, please contact [email protected]

Join Sara Dudman RWA, Jenny Graham and their exhibition curator, Tessa Jackson OBE, with eminent local geologist Andy King and Policy and Campaign Manager for Somerset Wildlife Trust, Steve Mewes in our popular, informal, conversational format. The discussion will be followed by a chance to ask questions alongside a meal with wine.

Dudman and Graham's work alludes to openness and tranquillity. Yet both suggest weather, landscape and material change as well as the sea defences along the shore, capturing a poetic relationship with our diminishing coastline.

All proceeds go towards supporting Contains Art, a not-for-profit venture.

Discover more about the latest exhibition, Unfamiliar Territories, at the following address:

www.containsart.co.uk/SaraDudmanJennyGraham

 

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