‘He(ART) of Heritage’ Exhibition, 12-19 Sep 2015, St Denys Church and Gardens, Southampton, SO17 2ND, UK:
The ‘HeArt of Heritage’ is 8-days art culture event with FREE art-workshops, live music, family activities, crafts, dance, paintings, family chill area, performance artists, talks, vintage cafe, food vendors, and much more.
The event is coordinated by Southampton Chamber of Arts. It is the first exhibition of the Chamber, showcasing local art and culture under the newly restored roof of the historic building of St Denys Church (Southampton). The 8-days long exhibition event will launch the English Heritage Open Day on 12th September 2015, with arts, events and guided tours based around the theme of heritage.
Feel free to get involved.
A full list of confirmed events will be posted soon on the Chamber’s website.
* Art workshops facilitators are invited to run events during the week. The workshop room is around 6×4 meters, opening up to a small garden. To apply as workshop facilitator, please fill your details in this form, and email it back to us. We will then arrange to meet up. We also have space for artists who want to exhibit their work. Contact us to discuss.
More about The ‘HeArt’ event:
8-day exhibition of visual arts and designs, paintings, participatory installations, graffiti photo realism and classic motorbikes. There will be crafts from around the city, music of all genres, performance artists, art workshops for all ages, body painting, guided tours and more.
The HeArt of Heritage is an exhibition platform offering artists the opportunity to showcase their work in a professional exhibition located in the heart of the city of Southampton using the historic church of St Denys. Art workshops-facilitators will run events, talks and activities suitable to all.
The building will become a community focused arts centre for the week 12-19 September 2015 (start 10am, and closing circa 9pm), helping local artists gain exposure.
The exhibition is open to local Southampton-based artists and art facilitators; in all mediums and fields of art, from a wide range of backgrounds. We will aim to deliver a diverse representation of local artists from visual arts to performing arts, music, literary and sensory.
The HeArt launch day of 12th September is also the National English Heritage Open Day, where historic buildings will be open to public viewing.
12 July 2015.