29 January – 8 February 2020
1.5 degrees is a contemporary art exhibition which aims to highlight the current climate emergency and explore our human connection with our fragile planet. Featuring works by a group of South East based artists working in a variety of different media including print, ceramics, recycled materials, paintings, found objects, film and ice sculpture.
Curated by Sian Thomas and Angharad Brittle.
Private view, Thursday 30th January from 6 – 7.30pm Open to all.
Angharad Brittle, Victoria Casillas, Lesley Connors, Ella Feld, Josie Gamble, Cathy Green, Kate Grimes, Sonia Griffin, Lizzie Hill, Venetia Nevill, Carla Oxlade, Ann Palmer, Eric Parker, Charlotte Russell, Sian Thomas, Zac Star Thomas, Maria Turner, Mark Welland, Julie Wilmot.
Artists in conversation
Wednesday 5th February 6 – 8pm All welcome
February SVAF meeting
Saturday 1st Feb 1 – 3
A workshop for children to learn how to build a bug house from recycled materials.
Bring along your empty plastic bottles to turn them into bug houses and bird feeders.
This a free workshop but we would welcome a small donation to the Kent wildlife trust.
All ages welcome but numbers may be restricted due to space. Young children need to be accompanied by an adult.
Workshop All ages
Saturday 8th February 1 – 3
A workshop to learn the skills to upcycle an item of clothing from your wardrobe.
Bring along an old item of clothing or fabric, design, make and dress your own contemporary rag doll. all other materials provided.
All ages welcome but under 12’s will need to be accompanied by an adult.
There is a cost of £4 for tis workshop payable on the day.