As the earth tilts towards lighter evenings and the promise of Spring, we reflect on the achievements of the past three years at GO. 16 exhibitions – painting, photography, sculpture, film, ceramics, textiles, glass, print, digital art. Talks, charity auction, makers’ market, PoArtry, printmaking & drawing classes and much more. We are now busy planning the exhibitions, classes and events for 2022 so keep posted by joining our mailing list.
Renew your art practice and develop your creative space through structured and stimulating drawing activities.
Sarah Goudie is returning with a number of monthly large scale drawing workshops. This is a vital space to unlock playful creative thinking, perfect for embracing a creative new year. These were a regular feature here at GO prior to lockdown and it is great to see this opportunity here in the gallery again.
Fridays 10.30am – 1.00pm:
January 14th, February 11th and March 4th
Saturdays 11.00am – 1.30pm:
January 22nd, February 12th and March 5th
Further Information on the workshop, costs and booking are on the Eventbrite link:
Book on eventbrite
Writer, presenter and naturalist Brett Westwood returns for another fascinating talk. Should we start to re-wild our gardens and restore our relationship with the natural world? His last talk at GO in 2019 was sold out. As we re-open with the ever present Covid, we will limit ticket sales for this event.
Elizabeth’s mixed media work explores and complements the differences between the deliberate stitch and abstracted ink and paint, bringing dimension and texture to her work. ‘A Long Line’ is Elizabeth’s first solo exhibition here at GO. The works are inspired by three main pieces: A lockdown self-portrait, a family heirloom and an inkblot.
An exhibition of Polish film and theatre posters from the so called ‘Polish School’ of the 1970s-90s. Remarkable works by some of Poland’s most notable post-war artists including Lenica, Walkuski and Tomaszewski. National and cultural resistance is seen underpinning the advertising design of these works.
We welcome visitors back to enjoy exhibitions, events, talks and classes in our upstairs gallery.
As we all continue to live with the pandemic, General Office is maintaining measures to ensure the safety of staff, studio tenants and visitors, including limited capacity, hand sanitisation and social distancing.
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