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The New Fringe was proud to sponsor prizes for the second year ‘Fine Art and Crafts’ students show. The opening event was buzzing with students, staff, friends and New Fringe members joining in to enjoy some great work. The exhibition, thanks to the generosity of DCDT, is open to all and is well worth a visit. Judges Steve Barnes and Madeline Pick commented: “It was a real pleasure to meet with and view the students work. The work was of a very high standard, energetic and varied reflecting the mixed media nature of their course. We wish all of them the best for their final year.”
New Fringe members, staff, friends and family celebrate the opening of Adam Ogden’s long awaited one man exhibition. The works, animated sculptures and stencils, celebrate Adam’s experiences and demonstrate his unique style and vision. The exhibition sits well within High Melton’s White Gallery and is well worth a visit.
Work from a selection of New Fringe artists is being featured throughout January 2014 on the “Community Wall” at the Brevon Gallery in Doncaster.
The Brevon Gallery can be found on Thorne Road, Doncaster DN1 2HZ
New Fringe members Madeline Pick and Martin Pick tonight launched their joint exhibition “Now & Then – Spurn Point” which is being kindly hosted by Doncaster College in the White Gallery at their High Melton facility.
The exhibition continues until 31st January 2014.
Church View is now home to two hives of bees after New Fringe member John Briggs moved his swarm to the roof of Church View for the winter
Local professional artist Terry Chipp kindly agreed to demonstrate some of his techniques to an appreciative crowd at The Salutation.
His chosen subject for the night was the historic coaching inn that was our venue for the night…starting from a simple sketch Terry showed how he built the painting up in a series of layers
Looks like the finished article…
But Terry has got other ideas and applies a liberal dollop of blue paint…
A thoroughly entertaining evening that hopefully gave those in attendance some ideas and inspiration for their own future work.
A few pics from the opening night of the Art Takeover of Rossington Labour Club – great art and great music! The art will stay on the walls until 1st August and is well worth a trip to see.
Art exhibition and plenty of entertainment!
Music artists for the night is James Taplin, Ian Walker, Bam Morgan and Becky Folk Pixie Banks with Shaggy Dog Story…..all fantastic artists!
Stand up comedians for the night is Laura Machin, Emma Kearney as Penella Mellor – “Not a Good Grown Up”, Afc Baggy, Dotty Winters and Lee Bennett…..also fantastic comedians too!
If you would like to exhibit, work should then be dropped off in between the 20th-25th July at the Rossington Labour Club (Gattison La,Rossington,DN11 0NR) in between 10am-11pm at the bar, where you will be given a form to fill out and will be stuck to the back of your work and will be store away till it is hung on the 25/26th July.
We are running 2 life drawing sessions on Saturday 20th July at Church View – 10am to 12pm and 1pm to 3pm.
The cost per session is £5 (plus £5 to join the New Fringe for non-members).
You will need to provide your own materials.