What an opening night!
We had around 100 people of all ages at the Private View of the exhibition Environmental Crisis.
It was an amazing evening with a wonderful performance by Helen Adove Hawk, titled 'Queen of the Forest'. This beautiful and moving piece comprises experimental soundscapes, songs, Butoh dance and spoken word.
Finalists chosen, exhibition opening soon!
We had over 300 entries to our Open Call for the Environmental Crisis Exhibition and have chosen over 60 works from all over the world!
Young People aged 14-18 who have chosen Science, Art and Geography for GCSE and A-Level judged the entries across two days. We felt it important to have young voices represented by having them help in deciding who to exhibit, as this issue has been youth led and impacts their future the most.
We are now looking forward to next month when the exhibition opens on 13th February with a drinks reception 4pm-8pm. Please join us.
As a gallery with learning at its core we are proud to hold this exhibition on such an important topic and would like to give space to raising awareness and understanding the environmental crisis.
Gerald Moore Gallery is hosting a Christmas Fair on Saturday 7th December, 10am-4pm to raise money for the gallery's outreach programme.
A range of craft stalls, from cards and art to cakes..
Free children's crafts at our family decoration station wheer you can make Christmas decorations.
A Christmas raffle
A Christmas Wreath Making Workshop Book Here
Free entry and parking
All stalls and activities indoors!
Perfect for the whole family to join so come along and pick up some Christmas gifts and have fun with your family!
If you are interested in selling then please join us to sell your wares, crafts, gifts, art and bric a brac. Each stall cost £15. To book your place or find out more please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Environmental Crisis: Gerald Moore Gallery, Art and Science Exhibition 2020
The call for submissions for the 2nd Art and Science exhibition at Gerald Moore Gallery is now open for pre-existing works that explore the issue of the Environmental Crisis to be exhibited from Feb to March 2020, spanning across British Science week 8-17 March.
With the "Climate crisis" in the news and the recent protests led by young people, Gerald Moore Gallery would like to engage with this subject in an exhibition.
As a gallery with learning at its core we would like to give space to raising awareness and understanding the environmental crisis. We will be running a series of events alongside this exhibition: talks, debates, performances and workshops.