Monday, 20 May 2013

Open Studio and a busy half term next week, hope to see you there!



There is so much on in half term week, that we don't want you to miss any of it!

The first is our new venture Shallal Studio in Open Studios, 
the Private View is this Saturday 5 - 8pm,
featuring work by studio artists Toby Bridge, Sam While and Zoe Wilton.

Refreshments provided.

Hope to see you there!

This also includes the first viewing of some of the Shallal Sketchbooks! our new inclusive visual arts exploration and outreach.

www.facebook.com/OpenStudiosCornwall
www.creativeskills.org.uk/open-studios-cornwall-2013




Followed by:


www.falriver.co.uk/whats-on/fal-river-festival/programme
 Shallal workshop with Jo at 2-3.30pm at Falmouth Art Gallery, Monday 27th
 and Shallal 2 performance 2pm Tuesday 28th May. 
Participants in the Monday workshop can create a piece to be included in the Tuesday performance!
Featuring new work themed around the gallery's new purchase, "Venus attired by the three graces".

Holiday 2013 Wednesday, 29th May
www.holifieldfarmproject.co.uk/holi-day
12.00pm: OPENING with the colourful Los Samba Band!
1.00pm: LUNCH TIME & Shallal pop up shows
2.00pm: Shallal workshop
3.10pm: Shallal 2 performance

Friday 31st May:
The main company's new and exciting 2iis,
(we have had a good time working in the gardens last Friday).
Events to surprise, enchant and engage you!
Come along for a more informal Shallal show, pop ups throughout the day, including Shallal2 's new work and a visit by the Story Republicans to the sketchbook corner between 2 - 3pm, thanks to KEAP and their enthusiasm for the sketchbooks,( 10 of the sketchbooks are out on tour with them at present collecting images from their audiences!)
Meet some new performers, including 
George the musician who plays along with some whimsical and wonderful flower pieces, catch a glance at the butterfly collector, try on some new shoes, listen to a song... we hope you'll join us for a Shallal day of art, performance and fun! 
entrance free donations welcome!




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