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Upcoming Events

exhibitions and workshops

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Thursday 27th July at 7.00pm for 7.30pm (Studio)

Cheese & Wine Painting Club

Hockney - Wheatfield near Fridaythorpe
Paint your very own masterpiece on canvas to take home or sell as a great fake on the black market! A fun art evening with cheese, wine & all materials included. Absolutely no experience or skill required. To secure your place in art folklore please visit www.cheeseandwinepaintingclub.com

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Tuesday 27th June to Tuesday 15th August (Studio)

Paul Berriff

Rock Legends is an exhibition of 70 photographs featuring 1960's pop stars taken by award winning Yorkshire photographer and film maker Paul Berriff. A teenager at the time, Berriff captured stunning black and white images of up and coming stars on their first tours of the UK such as The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, Marianne Faithful and many many more.

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Picture from CarrotSMASH One-off Writing Workshop: Writing from the Self

Saturday 16th September, 10.00am – 1.00pm

Carrotsmash One-Off Writing Workshop: Writing From The Self

Your best writing material is within you – learn how to release it! Another CarrotSMASH favourite, this workshop helps you draw on personal experience and memory to bring to light the honest, authentic material that can evolve into some of your most powerful writing.

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Picture from CarrotSMASH One-off Writing Workshop: Stylish and Moody

Saturday 11th November, 10 am – 1pm

Carrotsmash One-Off Writing Workshop: Stylish And Moody

Suitable for writers of all abilities, this fun ‘One-off’ session is a great way to meet fellow writers and is an excellent way to get inspired to put pen to paper! We’ll take a look at how some of the published Greats work with atmosphere and mood - and maybe do a little style modelling ourselves.

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