Art and Craft Exhibitions in Lancaster and Morecambe

Current Exhibitions 

Textile Candy new Art and Craft Shop in 32–34 Alexandra Road, Morecambe LA3 1TG for Satnav. Just relocated and looking good. More to follow.

Becky used to be a Textile designer. HAs own Artwork and creates colourful jewellery from 100% recycled glass beads handcrafted in Ghana // Ethical aspiration

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Carnforth Station Heritage Centre  @1BriefEncounter The ‘Link Gallery.‘ Exhibition by Alan Gunston of Kirkby Stephen. Alan had a successful Exhibition here 2 years ago and his Artworks will be on view to December 30th. He is an Associate member of the Guild of Railway Artists, More information and a few examples of his beautiful work on this link from Westmoreland Gazette  Westmoreland Gazette article Alan Gunston

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Bellwood and Wright Bellwood and Wright  @BellwoodWright 58 Penny Street, Lancaster. Autumn Exhibition From Sat 3rd November 10-4 pm. Artists Anja Percival, Erin Ward, Freya Horsley and Janette Phillips.

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Midland Hotel, Morecambe. Currently Linda Page @PageLindaPage21  Linda Page Website        is exhibiting. @EnglishLakes Occasional Art and Craft events. The main one is at the ‘Vintage by the Sea’ day arranged by @decoPublique and @MorecambeBayUK @morecambeBid and others Midland Hotel Website

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The Stone Jetty Cafe, Morecambe. Stone Jetty Cafe Exhibitions   

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More Music.  Nov  2018 – 28 Jan 2019

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The Gas Contemporary, Lancashire Street, West End, Morecambe. Dunstan Low. Gas Contemporary Singing Bodies, an exhibition of new works by local artist Dunstan Low. Singing Bodies is an exploration of form, material, process and philosophy.

 

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The Re Store, 71 Yorkshire Street, West End, Morecambe (Just off Regent Road) @WestEndImpact Current Exhibition by Bob Peck of Silverdale  West End Impact – Re Store

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New Exhibition ‘Like a Bird out of Wire’ as part of the ‘Artist of the Month’ series. Starts in November. Pictures to follow Facebook of ‘Like a bird out of wire’

 

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Exchange CIC  and Colony Art on West Street, West End, Morecambe @ExchangeCIC Many events organised including a recent Art Auction for funds for the Time and Tide Bell installation at the Stone Jetty Time and Tide Bell information  Exchange CIC Colony Art @Colony_Art is is an art organisation based at the @ExchangeCIC in West Street Morecambe. There are a lot of influential artists who are members and has links with @MoreMusic1 A recent Auction arranged by them at the Midland Hotel raised money for the Time and Tide Bell. Members and contact details Morecambe Artist Colony   Website Colony Art 

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Exhibition and Workshop

Sat 10th Nov

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December Second Sat: Lin Dean – By The Bay

More details coming soon…

Sat 8th Dec

 

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More Music, 13-17 Devonshire Road,West End, Morecambe. Photographer Darren Andrews to 25th October @MoreMusic1 More Music Art and Photography

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Arteria Shop, 23 Brock Street, Lancaster. ‘Apricity Exhibition’ to 5th Jan 2019 @ArteriaShop Arteria Shop

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Inspire Gallery, New Street, Lancaster.  New exhibition November 7th onwards – ‘Cutting the Cord’ by Stephanie Province @Gallery_Inspire Exhibition at Inspire Gallery

The Art Gallery and Exhibition area is upstairs. Screenshot of Facebook page with permission of GrahamIMG_2620

 

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There was a display at the shop by Dawn Latham @seagal1111 on the Light up Lancaster nights

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Dukes Playhouse, Lancaster  @TheDukesTheatre  Dukes Exhibitions

MISS POTATO HEAD AND FRIENDS

MON 22 OCTOBER – SATURDAY 24 NOVEMBER

Come and see the comic strips and animations created as part of The Dukes Comic Literacy Project – a Dukes education and learning programme using comics as a method of improving writing, reading and attainment levels.

This project is funded by Lancaster University and was awarded the North West Cultural Education Award in 2017.


FUNDRAISING EXHIBITION

MON 26 NOVEMBER – SATURDAY 5 JANUARY

A mixed exhibition of local artists who have kindly agreed to donate 50% of any sales to The Dukes. Grab yourself an early Christmas present and help the theatre at the same time.

Featuring paintings produced in-house to promote films and theatre productions over the past 5 years.

The following 3 Pics are courtesy of Louise Bryning, Press and Marketing Officer at the Dukes Playhouse

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From left Alison Dodd Jane Meacham and Diane Sheron from Stepping Stones with The Dukes Creative Learning and Outreach Manager Vicky Fletcher at the exhibition

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King Street Studio, 5a King St, Lancaster. @KingStStudios5a Exhibition 5 Oct to 10th Nov ‘Material Illusions’ Exhibition Demi Bromfield. Kevin Pocock @KevinJohnPocock and Jason Simpson @JasonSimpsonArt

New Exhibition with many Artists at the middle of November. 

The Art Gallery is upstairs through the secret door at 5a King Street

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The Storey Institute, Meeting House Lane, Lancaster (on the corner as you go to Lancaster Castle) @the_storey @PrintRoomCafe Storey Occasional Exhibitions. Currently on the wall are works by Iain Sloan who is a tenant at the Storey with bespoke Prints. New Exhibition 20th to 30th November 2018 @JennyMcCabe James Attwood, James Fox and Rachel Ann Powers called ‘RESTORE’   Storey 

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A James Attwood Paper Cut Artwork

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Morecambe Bay UK is a charity with many interesting projects. Morecambe Bay PartnershipBirds of the Bay, Love my Beach, Headlands to Headspace, the list goes on. @MorecambeBayUK @_MBAY @LoveMyBeachMBP @H2H_tweets @BirdsoftheBay The organisation arranged a much televised Art Installation at Heysham Headland in September which then moved to Ulverston. By @RobMulholland1 They have commissioned a number of public art projects and keep an eye open.

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The Silverdale and Arnside Art and Craft Trail @SAAC_trail  is an annual event in June which has 90 Artists, dozens of venues and thousands or pictures and craft items. Held over 3 days it is a stunning example of what can be done to help artists and crafters. Website

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Morecambe Library has regular Art Exhibitions by Local Artists Moecambe Library I have heard that Heysham Library also has them so I expect other Libraries in the Area take part also.

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Gregson Community and Arts Centre Gregson Lancaster 33 Moorgate
Lancaster, Lancashire, LA1 3PY @GregsonCentre

Red Roofs. Shadows of Past Lives. A photographic Exhibition of abandoned Highland Crofts by Lynn Robinson ARPS 6th November to 3rd December 2018. Open Daily 11 am to 11 pm

Sarah Strachan 2nd April – 7th May 2019 Sarah Strachan @AbstractImagi47

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Morecambe Parish Church Memorial Hall. Occasional Art and Crafts Exhibition Memorial Hall We are located in Poulton-le-Sands, the original village from which Morecambe grew. The church building is on Church Street, near Morecambe Police Station.

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The Elles Gallery 4 Gage Street, Lancaster. A Gallery run By John Elles. Although I have not been inside I believe that much of the art is created by John himself. There is an article by the Lancaster Guardian explaining his journey of painting local scenes and as a complete contrast – Celebrities Lancaster Guardian article of John Elles John has a sense of humour as he has the ‘Banksy Shredded Painting’ in the window – maybe not the £2 Million original. Also a Halloween display. John exhibited in local Galleries before staring out on his own.

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Ashton Memorial at Williamson Park, Lancaster @Williamson Park The popular local Artist Chas Jacobs is exhibiting along with Kate Jacobs who is building a local reputation.Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th November at 10.30 to 4 pm

This is a mural of Chas Jacobs near the Clock Tower in Central Morecambe and he is known for his cheerful local scenes.

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Ashton Memorial

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Peter Scott Gallery Collection Lancaster University

“Art is meant to be lived with” 29 October – 30 November 2018 

Works from the Peter Scott Gallery Collection Lancaster University Lancaster Arts – Whats On

Irene Manton (1904 – 1988) challenged convention in her life and work. Throughout her career as a botanical scientist she remained curious about different fields of knowledge, growing a distinctive collection of artworks and antiquities. For Manton, the ‘other ways of looking’ afforded by art and music could offer surprising insights into new perspectives.

Taking its name from Manton’s words, this exhibition revisits documented situations and locations to show how she lived with her collection at home and in the workplace. With creative flair, intellectual intention and a lively sense of humour, Manton used art to enrich everyday life. “Art is meant to be lived with” opens up this idiosyncratic collection and invites you to be part of the conversations it inspires today.

Artists include: Max Ernst, Terry Frost, Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, L.S. Lowry, Henri Matisse, Piet Mondrian, Winifred Nicholson, Pablo Picasso

Supported by the Peter Scott Gallery Charitable Trust.

You are warmly invited to join us at the exhibition opening on 26 October, 6-8pm.

Event Details
Venue
Peter Scott Gallery (Exhibitions)

Exhibition Information. Book via this link Link t0 Lancaster Arts Website

FREE Entry
Peter Scott Gallery
29 October – 30 November 2018
Weekdays – 12 – 5pm
Directions

By car

Leave the M6 motorway at junction 33 and take the A6 north towards Lancaster. For Lancaster University main campus – turn right at the third set of traffic lights on the A6 into the University main drive. Take the first exit left from the roundabout at the top of the main drive, continue straight on past two avenues on your right and park in Visitor Car Park A on the north west drive.

Lancaster Arts
Lancaster University, Great Hall Complex, N Spine, Bailrigg, Lancaster LA1 4YW
There are a number of Art and Ceramic Collections based at the University including Japanese and Chinese Art which are included in Exhibitions from time to timd
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