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Events for Thursday 8th of March 2018

David Kenward & Sue Clayton

David is an award-winning photographer with Downs Syndrome. He has a passion for wildlife and wild places. This, combined with his keen observational skills and eye for detail, leads him to capture spontaneous moments which fleetingly pass.
Sue Clayton is an artist, specializing in protraiture. Capturing the raw beauty of the human face through bold brushstrokes, she encourages the vibrancy of the sitter to shine through with the use of a bold palette. All the models in this exhibition have Down Syndrome, their joy and charater for all to see.

Sponsored by the Friends of Pocklington Arts Centre


7.30pm

Cheese & Wine Painting Club

Enjoy an evening of sophisticated relaxation with Cheese and Wine Painting Club. From overalls to canvases, paint to paintbrushes, we've got you covered. Simply turn up after a long day at work, grab a glass of wine and a paintbrush and discover the artist within you - create your own MIRO masterpiece.

With no previous experience required, you’ll be guided through, step by step until a series of lines and blobs turns into a masterpiece, ready to be taken home to adorn the dining room walls. With a short break in the middle of this 3 hour soiree for wine refills, scrumptious cheese and a chance to make some new artsy pals, its an experience that won’t be forgotten.

Tickets £40.00


8.00pm

Beth Neilsen Chapman Supported By Robert Vincent

Grammy Award nominee Beth Nielsen Chapman returns to PAC to promote her latest studio album, “Hearts Of Glass”. Produced by Sam Ashworth, it is a powerful collection of songs that dig deep into the place within us where vulnerability meets strength. The songs include several new compositions, from the haunting “Epitaph For Love” to the instant classic “You’re Still My Valentine”, to the infectious “Enough For Me”, written with Sam.

Acclaimed Americana Music Association UK winner (Bob Harris - Emerging Artist Award) Robert Vincent will be suppporting Beth.

£30.00