Monthly Archives: July 2009

Exhibition tours this August in the greenhouse

Amanda Eady - Install4

Amanda Eady, Install4

Want to know more about Installation Art, or have you been to see Install4 at the greenhouse and would like to meet the artists?

Take a free exhibition tour led by two of the artists this Saturday 1st August and then on 22nd August from 11am
in the greenhouse.

Install4 is a student exhibition giving the opportunity for four Fine Art sudents to experiment with Installation Art, an art form not often seen in Guernsey.

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Install4 – Showing this July in the greenhouse

Install4

10th July – 31st August 2009
showing in the greenhouse

located in the Guernsey information Centre 
Free Admission 

 

Window, Vikki Ellis

Install4, Vikki Ellis

A collaborative undergraduate exhibition of installation-based work. Led by Guernsey born artists Pete Appelqvist and Vikki Ellis, along with UK based artists Manoj Sawlani-Ramos and Amanda Eady, the four have created a group installation transforming the greenhouse space. Employing a combination of media including sculpture and projection, the work is installed to interact with each other, leaving no piece to function autonomously.

Download the Install 4 flyer 

 

FREE PUBLIC LECTURE:

Tuesday 7th July 2009, 7.30pm – 9.00pm
Frossard Theatre, Guernsey Museum and Art Gallery, Candie Gardens
Installartists will be talking about their work and the exhibition.
Places are limited so please book: info@artsdevelopment.gg or call 739747

 

ARTIST EXHIBITION TOURS:
Saturday 11th July, 1st & 22nd August, 11 am-12 noon
in the greenhouse, the Guernsey information Centre
Pete and Vikki will be walking through the exhibition, talking about the process and development from concept to completion.
These are informal drop-in sessions.

 

the greenhouse is open Mon-Sat 9 am – 5 pm, Sun 9 am – 1 pm.
Admission is free
Guernsey Information Centre, North Esplanade, St Peter Port GY1 2LQ

 


Super 8 workshop – view the films made

Local film makers, film enthusiast and those who just wanted to give it a go took part in our Super 8MM Film making workshop earlier this year, led by two local film makers and Straight 8 (www.straight8.net/) finalists Lindsay de Sausmarez and Chris Denton. Super 8 is a fantastic medium and the resulting films posted below really do show how creative you can be with just 3 minutes of film and a soundtrack, made seperately, with no editing…we hope you enjoy the films.

Middles by Mimi Bishop


Fortress Guernsey by Mark Helyar


How to Make Out by Luke Jehan


My Little Black Book by Tom Adkins

The Butter’s Off by Alan Toumine

 

FANCY MAKING YOUR OWN SUPER 8 FILM?
Contact Louise Gilligan at info@artsdevelopment.gg to loan a Super 8 camera and buy the film.
We will be running another film workshop so watch this space for updates!!