FESTIVAL BROCHURE PRINT EXHIBITION
The Hub, next to Feltham library, The Centre, Feltham
Thursday 3rd May – Thursday 24th May
A series of beautiful vibrant and eye catching screen printed works will be on display for three weeks. These images were created to decorate this year’s Feltham Festival brochure 2018. Produced by young people from across the borough through the Hounslow Interim Education Centre and Youth Offending Team.
MERCURY & LIGHT
MERCURY & LIGHT POP UP EXHIBITION
As part of Feltham Festival 2018, watch this space .....
Classroom 2, Feltham Library, The Centre, Feltham, TW13 4GU. FREE.
Wednesday 30th May 9:00am – 4:00pm
Beginning its tour in Feltham, celebrating the famous Freddie Mercury, former Feltham resident and lead singer of the iconic rock band Queen, artist Sarah Hubacher
and pupils from River’s Academy have worked together to produce beautiful glowing pixelated artworks. Just follow the signs in Feltham Library to enjoy this work.
This exhibition will then be unveiled at Gunnersbury Park and Museum’s ‘People and Space Gallery’ in September for 3 weeks!
ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS
Patterns in Nature
Contemporary textile exhibition featuring work inspired by Kew’s rare and endangered plants
Tuesday 8 – Friday 11 May
10am – 4pm
Library, Art & Archives
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew Surrey TW9 3AE
Free entry to the exhibition
(Tickets required to visit the rest of the Gardens).
Patterns in Nature features artworks created by participants from Morley College and Feltham Arts, Hounslow. Taking inspiration from Kew’s plant collections, the Temperate House restoration project, and Kew’s extensive archives, participants used a variety of mixed media and 3D printing technology to create a series of art works exploring contemporary textile designs and approaches.
Film and Video Umbrella were at Osterley Park and House until 23 February 2018 touring the exhibition which staged contemporary artists’ moving image within historic buildings across the country.
The national tour featured six artists who all live in, work in, or retain a connection to Bangladesh, India or Pakistan and make work related to South Asia. Presented in 2017, during the 70th anniversary of Indian independence, these artists’ works cover a range of contemporary perspectives and situations, from international migration and border-transcending environmental impacts, to the individual who navigates and responds to shifting social and economic circumstances.
Credit: Residue, Desire Machine Collective, installed at Osterley Park and House as part of Changing Places. Image © Hydar Dewachi.
Credit: Dust to Dust, Imran Channa, installed at Osterley Park and House as part of Changing Places. Image © Hydar Dewachi.
For more information www.fvu.co.uk/whats-on/
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CORRI CELLA AT THE HUB, THE CENTRE, FELTHAM