Exhibitions

 

Current Exhibition:

WINDOWS OF LIGHT

an exhibition by Participate Studio Artists to be viewed through the windows

SPRING 2021

windows of Light exhibition
Window art work by Jill Impey

 

The Unitarian Church, Shrewsbury and
Participate Contemporary Artspace present

Second Sight:
light through the trees

A virtual online exhibition ~ 9th – 24th February 2021

Responses to Darwin‘s later ruminations on the interrelationships of all life


Second Sight is a virtual exhibition presented by the Unitarian Church, Shrewsbury and Participate Contemporary Artspace as part of DarwIN Festival Shrewsbury, curated by Participate Studio Artist Jan Hunt  hosted by Artsteps. 

The works in the exhibition by selected Participate Studio and other invited Artists respond to Darwin‘s later ruminations on the interrelationships of all life through creative process in relation to Darwin’s thinking path and structural thought forms. 


To see the exhibtion – click on this link from 9th to 24th February 2021


Thinking Paths & Creative Mapping


layered image of trees, Darwin's handwriting and a child's face


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A short talk about the online exhibition: Second Sight and the mapping project ‘A Tree Walk’, both curated by Participate Studio Artist Jan Hunt.

4pm to 5.30pm 14th February 21

Jan expands on the creative process in relation to Darwin’s thinking path and structural thought forms. The talk is followed by a short creative mapping activity with Participate Studio Artists Jill Impey and Niki Holmes (you will need a biro and 2 sheets of A4 paper to take part.

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Light!   10 – 29/8/20

Step out into the Light with a new exhibition from Participate! Coming out of lockdown and moving back into the light, a sense of optimism returning….

Participate artists and invited guests have explored the theme of Light!  Showing artwork together for the first time since the Covid19 lockdown in this inaugural virtual gallery exhibition.

This show represents the first foray into producing an on-line exhibition using a 3D-Virtual Platform for the Participates Studios Artist that curated Light! Further Virtual exhibitions will be created by Studio Artists in the coming months.