Transform an organ pipe or circuit board into a piece of art work for our ‘Venite’ exhibition to be held October 2018 Find out below how you could get involved in this unique creative opportunity.
Join us at one of our transformation workshops OR collect a pipe or two or a circuit board to work on at home.
Collaborative Artwork Workshops
Wednesday 4th & 11th July 2018 10am -12pm
Drop in sessions, no charge, all ages and abilities welcome. We will be working together to transform a large organ pipe as a collective artwork piece for the exhibition.
Create your own Artwork
HOW DOES IT WORK?
We give you a fabulous organ pipe or circuit board as the starting point for your creation
You get to exhibit it for free in our exhibition
You get to keep it afterwards free of charge or you can sell it during the exhibition* or donate it to the church to show in future exhibitions.
HOW DO I APPLY?
Get in touch and let us know your ideas for transforming the object (These could be as rough as what materials you are thinking of using) Email Ruth at firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone the church on 0116 2554111 and speak to Robin on Tuesday to Friday or Ruth on Wednesdays.
HOW DO I COLLECT MY OBJECT(s)
Arrange a day/time and come and collect your object(s) There is a £10 deposit needed for each object which will be refunded when you bring the completed piece in for the exhibition. We have 5 circuit boards and 20 Organ pipes ranging from 61cm to 183cm
HOW LONG DO I HAVE TO COMPLETE MY ARTWORK?
Completed artworks must be returned by the end of September so the quicker you collect your object the longer you have.
WHEN IS THE EXHIBITION?
Our ‘Venite’ exhibition will be held from 17th October – 7th November 2018
IS THERE A THEME?
The theme of your artwork is up to you. We just ask that it is suitable for exhibiting in a family friendly church space. If you would like to you could use the exhibition title ‘Venite’ as a starting point but it is not compulsory.
The exhibition is entitled ‘Venite’ the Latin verb ‘Come!’. The Venite is also a liturgical chant composed of parts of Psalms 95 and 96 which was included in some services here and was printed on one of a selection of old Hymn board cards found at the church which will be incorporated into the exhibition. The title was chosen for its welcoming and inclusive nature.
* Bishop Street Gallery take 30% commission on sales made through the exhibition
HELP US SPREAD THE WORD
If you know someone who may be interested in this opportunity please let them know. If you would like a poster to print and display in your church or another public space please email Ruth at email@example.com
To see examples of past exhibitions in our gallery space click here