Tuesday, 13 February 2018
Beneath The Skin at the Waterfront Gallery, 5th - 28th February 2018; Monday - Friday 9.00 am - 4.00 pm, Saturday, 12.00 - 3.00 pm
Hooray, the exhibition is up and running. It's been a busy time.
We set up on 1st Feb, Carol Gant is in charge of the Waterfront gallery and it has been a pleasure working with her. She has made it all so easy for me.
Which was aired on Sunday February the 4th and you can hear a small clip if you click on the link below.
On the following Tuesday I had an interview with Andrew Clarke for the EADT and there was a huge spread on the Thursday in time for the launch of the exhibition.
(Click on the link below for the full article.)
The opening evening event was fantastic. We had a discussion first, introduced by the Dean of the school of arts and humanities, chaired by Stephanie Mackentyre... with a panel of Jon Furguson; an award winning photographer, Dr Alison Boggis; the course leader for Special educational needs and disability studies at the university, Hugh Whittall, Director of the Nuffield Council on Bio Ethics, Leo and Myself.
There must have been 80 people there.
We then went to look at the exhibition...where there were even more people.....
Leo and I are going to do a demonstration at the gallery on Saturday 24th at 1.00 pm
more details will follow, please do come along.
Here are a few snaps of the exhibition in situ.
Posted by Ruby Red and the Bakelites at 15:17