Quercus Gallery, 1 Queen St, Bath, BA1 1HE
6 June – 4 July 2015
Works on paper by Fiona Robinson RWA, prints by Andrew Vass textiles by Beatwoven and ceramics by Nicola Tassie, this show looks at how artists use their chosen process of mark making as a means of articulating space, with particular focus on the visual reflection of sound.
Gallery open Tuesday – Saturday 10.30 – 5.30
NEW MUSIC IN THE SOUTH WEST
Royal West of England Academy, Bristol. Sunday, 7th June at 7pm
Music & Art 1
NMSW has invited composers to create new music in response to the work
of contemporary artists for a concert exploring the relationship between music and art.
Including the world première of
Geoff Poole’s new string quartet Zhang Seascapes (a response to the work of Shanghai based artist Zhang Enli)
From the Other Place by Icelandic cellist/composer Hildur Guðnadóttir
Litha Efthymiou’s response to Retracing Your Steps by RWA artist Debbie Locke.
Another Season by Jean-Paul Metzger
new music and art resulting from a collaboration between composer
Julian Leeks and the RWA’s Fiona Robinson for which each created a response to the other’s work.
with the opportunity to meet the composers and artists after the concert.
The Bristol Ensemble String Quartet
Tickets (£10 or £8 concessions) are available now from http://www.nmsw.org.uk/events/music-art-1/
Fiona Robinson – Anywhere Else but here. Made in response to Julian Leeks First String Quartet
currently on show at the RWA Bristol in DRAWN.
Music and Art 2
A second Concert with accompanying artwork will take place at Hauser and Wirth Somerset Saturday 13 June 6pm – 7pm
Also at the RWA 21 May until 17 June
Fiona Robinson Soundscape II selected for this exhibition from the RWA Permanent Collection
This spring, the RWA worked with students on the University of Bristol’s MA course in Art History to curate an exhibition in response to our biennial open submission show Drawn and Drawing On…The Ingram Collection of Modern British and Contemporary Art.
Students taking part in the course selected works from the RWA’s own significant collection. The exhibition is delivered in partnership with the Department of Art History, University of Bristol.
The RWA Secret Postcard Auction – Thursday 4 June
Images here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/rwapress/sets/72157653027070156