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Folk House Autumn Workshops

September is upon us and  we have a prospectus full of exciting courses and workshops ready and waiting for you to enroll on. Here is a taster of some of the courses and workshops which have spaces available in September.

For more details visit our website. To enroll please call 0117 926 2987.  A selection of courses are outlined below, but we are running loads more:
 
Acrylic Painting
Starts Mon 14th Sept
10.30 - 12.30
12 Week Course
 
Knitting and Crochet
Starts Mon 14th Sept
19.45 - 21.15
6 Week Course
 
Tango for Beginners
Starts Tues 15th Sept
19.30 - 21.00
12 Week Course
 
Experimental Art
Starts Thurs 16th Sept
17.30 - 19.30
12 Week Course
 
Traditional Photography
Starts Mon 14th Sept
10.30 - 13.00
12 Week Course
 
Exploring Drawing
Starts Tues 15th Sept
13.30 - 15.30
6 Week Course
 
Creative Writing
Starts Mon 14th Sept
17.30 - 19.30
12 Week Course
 
Exploring Illustration
Starts Thurs 16th Sept
19.45 - 21.45
12 Week Course

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What's on

Exhibition

This Place in Time - Mossie Quille: An exhibition of drawings and paintings

Fri, 25/09/2015 - Wed, 30/09/2015

Mossie Quille was born in Brixton and raised in Donegal, later returning to study at The Ruskin School of Art Cambridge. This exhibition, mostly of works created en plein air, follows the artist’s progress since returning from the Continent to take up residence in the UK in 2012. This exhibition focuses on landscape pictures, from earlier charcoal drawings, to a more recent series of gouache paintings, culminating in the Lilac Trees Diptychs. The ‘Lilac Trees’ are a line of mature beeches overlooking the Chew Valley. These became the source of intense focus for Mossie who returned on hundreds of occasions to draw and paint, thus building a very personal attachment and intimate knowledge of the place, which is critical to the realisation of these works.

Open daily: 10am - 6pm

Centrespace Gallery
6 Leonard Lane
Bristol, BS1 1EA
01179291234 Wed & Thurs 10 - 5pm
info@centrespacegallery.com
http://centrespacegallery.com

 

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