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Posted by: Turner Contemporary on Thu 30 Mar 2017

A review of Entangled: Threads & Making by Zoe Warner

The Entangled art exhibition is a definite must see, the theme of threads and making will inspire all ages to get crafting. There are 40 artworks in this exhibition, with works ranging from traditional tapestry to delicate sculptures of horse hair, it will provide an idea of how craft isn’t limited to just typical sewingMore details

Posted by: Turner Contemporary on Mon 27 Mar 2017

Art Inspiring Change: Afternoons at Northdown Primary School

Throughout Art Inspiring Change, eighty children and four artists – all chosen by the children – have been working  alongside a philosopher and Turner Contemporary ‘navigators’ in four Margate primary schools; the youngest are just five years old. On regular afternoons, the children, an artist and a navigator meet in their schools to explore ideas,More details

Posted by: Turner Contemporary on Thu 9 Feb 2017

Art Inspiring Change: Friday Afternoons at Palm Bay School

Throughout Art Inspiring Change, eighty children and four artists – all chosen by the children – have been working  alongside a philosopher and Turner Contemporary ‘navigators’ in four Margate primary schools; the youngest are just five years old. Every Friday afternoon, the children, an artist and a navigator meet in their schools to explore ideas,More details

Posted by: Turner Contemporary on Thu 2 Feb 2017

A Reading List for Entangled: Threads & Making

A Reading List for Entangled: Threads & Making Entangled: Threads & Making is on show at Turner Contemporary from 28 January 2017 to 7 May 2017. The exhibition brings together over 40 international, women artists from several generations who explore a diverse range of materials and techniques. Each artist has a story to tell andMore details

Posted by: Turner Contemporary on Wed 1 Jun 2016

Sandwich Technology School exhibit ideas for public seating at the gallery

A Level Product Design Students from Sandwich Technology School have designed innovative public seating prototypes with Turner Contemporary in mind, which are both practical and aesthetic. The students impressed staff and visitors when they shared their designs as a pop up exhibition at the gallery. For a full write up on their visit, please visit: http://www.sandwich-tech.kent.sch.uk/105/latest-news/post/238/sts-exhibit-at-the-turner-contemporary More details