Saturday, 13 August 2011

Saturday, 9 July 2011

See - KUTAC summer show

KUTAC are back again.

This summer 6 KUTAC members along with one guest member will be exhibiting work at the Brighton Fishing Quarter Gallery on Brighton sea front.

The exhibition is open from 11am-5m starting on Thursday 28th July until Tuesday 8th August. We'll be having a private view on Friday 29th July from 6-9pm.



Wednesday, 9 March 2011

Telling Tales - the private view


The Private View of Telling Tales was on Saturday. There were a few dark circles under a few eyes but it was a great success. We had live storytelling from Artemis School of Speech and Drama which added a new dimension to both the gallery space and the work and was a welcome opportunity to sit down and enjoy the surroundings.


The next "live" event at the exhibition will be artists talks in the gallery next Saturday, 12th March between 1.30pm and 4pm. There will also be more storytelling from Artemis.

Here's a snapshot of what you can see from the Kutac artists involved...........


Works from "The Inheritance Project" by Hannah Buckley


Photographic panoramas and audioscapist music from Patrick Fitzsimons


A small section of Peter James Field's "Saliva Tree" which connects over 300 celebrities through Peter André


"Common Threads" - Stitchtags (textile street art) from Wendy Ward

Monday, 21 February 2011

Telling Tales




4 Kutac artists will be showing in an exhibition in East Grinstead opening on Friday 4th March; Hannah Buckley, Peter James Field, Patrick Fitzsimons and Wendy Ward.

Entitled Telling Tales the
exhibition brings together exciting and unpredictable work from seven artists including Darren Cleary, Maxine Greer and Thierry Miquel. The aim of this collaboration is to establish shared stories across different mediums, including photography, painting, sculpture, music and textiles. In a time of the sound bytes, this show provides a refreshing alternative in an evocative gallery space. Experience a flock of paper birds, mysterious cloth toys and stitched text. Witness the expansive landscape, celebrity diaries exposed and love letters rubbed away by touch. Live story telling is to be provided by Artemis School of Speech and Drama.

4th -15th March 2011 Exhibition open (except Sundays)

Private View 5th,March 2011. 1.30-7.30pm

Greenstede Gallery, Chequer Mead Community Arts Centre, De La Warr Road, East Grinstead, RH19 3BS

Contact: Leigh Wheatley Tel: 01342 325577