Venue: The Galley At Bank Quay House
When: 02/04/2016 - 20/06/2016
Warrington Craftworkers' Guild will be opening a fantastic new exhibition on Saturday 2 April, 1-3pm.
All members have been working very hard to produce the highest quality work and are looking forward to showing off their creative skills in their town. The exhibition will feature a range of arts and crafts including embroidery, quilted textiles, wall hangings and more!
Warrington Craftworkers' Guild meet at 1 pm on the third Saturday of the month at Fairfield Old School, Fairfield Street, Howley, WA1 3AJ. The group invites visiting Speakers and has hands-on sessions to share and develop craft skills. New members and visitors are very welcome. For more information on the group call 01925 815646 or email email@example.com.
Contemporary Arts Festival 2012
Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival is back for its second year!!
Beginning 28 September 2012 this month long FREE arts festival will showcase the creative talent of local, region, national and international artists. Packed with performances, exhibitions, events, talks and tours.
Visitors will also have the opportunity to see for themselves the fantastic facilities Warrington has to offer. This exciting event really has something for everyone. Visual art happens all year round in Warrington and this festival puts it firmly in the spotlight. Come along and show your support and interest in contemporary art.
Art will be around every corner with main events from dance to public art, graffiti to watercolours and much more taking place at Pyramid & Parr Hall, Warrington Museum & Art Gallery, The Gallery at Bank Quay House, and across the Cultural Quarter and Town Centre.
We are proud of the wealth of talent here and hope the festival will bring fans of the arts from across the North West to our town and create new art lovers.
This year as well as the return of the Open Exhibition we are also excited to announce the addition of a separate submission for a Photographic Open.
Visit the website for more info www.warringtonartsfestival.co.uk