This annual showcase of resident artists features a wide range of work made in The Ropewalk studios. Artists featured are: David Alcock, Wendy Chan, Ruth Clappison, Emily Connor, Gwennaelle Cook, Debbie Grice, Richard Hatfield, Gill Hobson, Janine Knight, Tim Needham, Melanie Rainbow, Shirley Trumble & Keith Woodcock
Monthly Archives: November 2016
During December, Gallery One becomes an emporium of Christmas craft. Featuring a vast array of handmade gifts that you will not be able to find on the High Street, it is the perfect place to look for the more individual present.
Throughout the festive season, the Box Gallery will be filled with a selection of studio glassware, including hot-blown and kiln formed, by Andrew Sanders, David Wallace, Stuart Akroyd and Gregg Anston Race.
What could be the final book in a fascinating series on the history of Barton upon Humber has just been launched.
The book, The Railway Comes to Barton on Humber: 1844 – 1914 has been written by railway enthusiast and historian Anthony Berridge and edited by fellow historian Geoff Bryant. Continue reading
An exhibition of art and craft made by the young people who attend the ST-ART evening sessions at The Ropewalk. The sessions cater for young people aged 8 – 11 yrs and 12 – 19 yrs respectively and take place on Wednesday evenings 6:30 – 8:30pm during term time.
ST-ART offers accredited learning to the older group, 5 of whom have already completed the Bronze level of the Arts Award, which is a national scheme accredited by the Arts Council.
The exhibition also includes a sample of the lanterns made by young people during October half term. ST-ART are commissioned by Barton Town Council to create the lantern parade as part of the town’s Christmas Festival. The parade leaves The Ropewalk at 5pm on Saturday 26th November.