SVAF and The Sevenoaks Kaleidoscope Gallery 

A contemporary Exhibition Space showcasing new and experimental work from established and emerging artists. SVAF also actively promotes and engages with artists’ collaboration projects and formulate interactive community and school projects in the Gallery.

From April 2017  Rosalind Barker and Susan Evans with the members of the  Sevenoaks Visual Arts Forum, have run The KCC Sevenoaks Kaleidoscope Gallery as an artist led space.


10 – 20 July

Saturday 20 July 2 – 3.3o  Exhibition Tour

An exhibition tour – both the artists will be walking around the exhibition, answering questions, talking about their work, their research and the Ancient Mesopotamian world of Ennigaldi.

Open to the public, this event is family friendly and non academic. Everyone welcome.

Marilyn Kyle and Franny Swann are multi – media artists with a shared interest in installations. Individually they have installed work in National Trust houses, churches, churchyards, castles, public gardens and galleries. This is their first joint exhibition.

Ennigaldi –Nanna was a 6th Century BC Babylonian Princess, a High Priestess who served the moon god Sin, a daughter, sister, teacher, archaeologist and the world’s first museum curator. A hugely powerful and unusual woman, very little was known of her until the 19th century when the archaeologist Leonard Wooley excavated Babylon and Ur. Full information here

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