Harrington Mill Studios, Long Eaton, Nottingham, East Midlands - Affordable Work Spaces for Artists

Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

13 June — 20 August 2017

Jackie Berridge's painting, 'Lost in Space' has been selected for the world's largest open art show.

Lost in Space, painting

©Lost in Space, 100 x 130cm, Jackie Berridge


Jackie was invited by Terry Greene to describe the process of developing her work in 'Diary of A Painting'. Jackie chose to write about 'Lost in Space'.

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16 June to 20 August 2017

Carole Hawthorne has been selected for The Summer Exhibition 2017
Harley Gallery
24 June - 20 August 2017
Harley Gallery Open

Dark and Deep, a n etching by Mary Hayes was slected for the Harley Open which is held every two years.

Coming next...

Sardul Gill and Gurminder Sikand
Sept 24 – October 20

Sardul Gill
2-person show

Jayne Falconer and Jane Hardstaff
July 29– Sept 15
Opening:Sun, 20 Aug, 1.30-3.30

Jane Hardstaff image

RE/TRACE is a site-specific exhibition through which the artists revisit their 2007 inaugural Harrington Mill ‘Standing Room’ residency, RESIDUAL TRACES. Ten years on, they respond to Harrington Mill again, tracing transformation, identity, and entropy.

Attenborough Arts Centre

August 12 - 24 September 2017

Emancipation is a curated response to artists Claude Cahun & Laura Swanson’s exhibitions at the Attenborough Arts Centre.
Jackie Berridge’s drawings feature in this group show curated by Christopher Samuel with work by Caitlin Griffiths, Chi Lam, Christine Stevens, Christopher Samuel, Michael Forbes, Nick Mobbs, Pamela Schilderman and Stewart Easton

Cultural Centre, ATHENS
20th - 25th May 2017


HMS was invited to participate in PLATFORMS PROJECT 2017, coinciding with DOCUMENTA 14.

Chris Wright, Alison Whitmore, Maggy Milner, Jacqueline Taylor and Rose Camastro Pritchett and Jackie Berridge will be presenting work on the theme of UNTOLD.

VIII FKL Symposium - Different Rhythms

Cagliari, Italy
September 27 to 30, 2017

Chris A. Wright will be showing Encountering (It is as it was). This work, recently shown at Harrington Mill Studios, explores ideas of diverse rhythms through the patterns of movement of the listener and the rhythm of language from the story tellers. Playing simultaneously through multiple speakers, the stories become fragmented and provide a space for listeners’ own stories to become part of the work.

It is as it was- Installation

She will also be presenting the paper Urban Flows and Non-Flows which investigates the rhythms of social spaces within three cities, Leicester, Athens and Saskatoon with the possible addition of Cagliari. It is based on research exploring the discourse between sound, space and body.

The Anvil Gallery

The Anvil
Sadler Gate, Derby

Collin Halliday, April Young and HMS artist Kerri Pratt will be delivering workshops covering painting, drawing and sculpture at the Anvil Gallery.
Sessions run from 11am - 3pm on Wednesdays, including a break for lunch (refreshments will be provided). Bring a packed lunch or dine locally.
For details contact anvilgallery@outlook.com
01332 409152

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