Archive for February, 2012

News from Hugh Lane Gallery

Barry Flanagan

We would like to invite you to a lecture on the artist Barry Flanagan by art historian Jo Melvin on Thursday 23rd February at 4pm, to accompany the launch of the facsimile edition of Silâns Magazine on 22nd February. The magazine Silâns founded and edited by Barry Flanagan whilst a student at St Martin’s School of Art, London was simultaneously a riposte to the prevailing formalist orthodoxies promoted by the sculptor Anthony Caro who taught at the school and the creation of a new forum for artist/poet collaborations. The magazine was distributed free and available at Better Books, Charing Cross Road. More than a bookshop, run by the poet, Bob Cobbing, it was one of the main venues in London in the 1960’s for the avant garde where discussions between artists, beatniks, poets and writers to place regularly. This lecture will explore the cultural mix from which Silâns emerged and point to ways in which its influence prevails today. This lecture is free and open to the public. Early arrival is recommended as places are limited. A small exhibition of Barry Flanagan’s work on paper accompanies the launch of Silâns.

Sleepwalkers: Possibilities – Contingencies: Walker and Walker

Sleepwalkers: Possibilities – Contingencies is an investigational programming format based on ‘exhibition making’ and a ‘project in progress’ where one’s non-specific expectations of museums can be unfolded. The Owl of Minerva is the title for Walker and Walker’s installation in gallery ten and in it they will be showing their film Mount Analogue Revisited, a reworking of Rene Daumal’s book Mount Analogue. Accompanying the film is a body of new work which addresses both the concerns of the film, the two adjoining spaces, and a response to the work of Barry Flanagan, Silâns, as seen concurrently in gallery eight

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News from International Association of Pastel Societies

International Association of Pastel Societies Newsletter
February 2012
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Brea Exhibition, August 2012
Brea GalleryWe are delighted to be returning to the beautiful gallery exhibition space in Brea, California, for our Twentieth Juried Exhibition.
The entry deadline is May 15, 2012. The prospectus is now available online. Jurors are Christine Debrosky, Mike Beeman and Maggie Price. The Judge of Awards is Jennifer Hoffman.
Approximately one hundred paintings will be included in this exhibition. The opening reception will be August 4, from 7-9:00 p.m. The show will hang until September 14.
Check the web site for more information or download the prospectus.

2011 Convention DVDs available
IAPS is pleased to announce three DVDs for sale. Demonstrations by Elizabeth Mowry, Richard McKinley and Albert Handell at the 2011 convention were filmed, and are now available on DVD. If you missed those great demonstrations, or would like to see them again, you can order them on the IAPS web site.

The Tenth Biennial Convention
Hotel Albuquerque Plans are well under way for our Tenth Biennial Convention, to be held June 6-9, 2013, at Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town,in Albuquerque, New Mexico. We’re finalizing the  instructors for demonstrations, workshops, and pre- and post-convention workshops. We’re  adding new instructors as well as other exciting new features. As the convention gets closer, we’ll be posting updates to the IAPS blog. To be sure you get the news first and fast, visit the blog page and sign up to follow it.
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Happy painting,

Maggie Price, President International Association of Pastel Societies

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New Associate Member – Lisa Murphy

Welcome to our newest associate member – LISA MURPHY

You can see examples of her work on her website www.pastelpetportraits.ie

Art Workshops with Greg Moore 2012.

Any Pastellists like to Join Greg Moore for a pastel workshop please note the following details.

Glenlough Community Centre, Carnlough, Co Antrim  

Pastel Workshop with Greg Moore  

Saturday 25th Feb’ 2012  

Saturday 14th April 2012  

Saturday 9th June 2012  

Cost £30 including Lunch  

To book contact Maureen on 0044(0)7765146013 or 0044(0)28 28885811  

or visit our website www.glenloughcentre.com

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