Arts events in Fulbourn Cambridgeshire
The Art in Lockdown Exhibition on 3rd and 4th July in the Sports Hall at the Fulbourn Centre was a great success with approaching 500 visitors and lots of positive comments. There was some super work, over 100 items in the show, from creative enthusiasts to established professional artists, from young to old. There were paintings, sculptures, textiles, photos, prints, ceramics, poetry and music. The music was peformed by Marmalade Panic and also by piano students from the village. Pictures below:
Entry is also free to the Atelje Art Exhibition in the Townley Hall Stables on 3rd/4th and 10th/11th July, and its also free to visit the 5 Open Studios in Fulbourn on each weekend in July. For details see https://www.camopenstudios.co.uk/
The Art in Lockdown Virtual Gallery is still viewable. Here’s how to access it:
Lots of you submitted your works of Art and Crafts to Deanna and her team so the next best thing they were able to do given lockdown was set up two Virtual Art Galleries of your contributions! One is for the Art & Crafts in Lockdown exhibition and the other is for the Social Distancing Quilt. Its an amazingly effective approach – make sure you check it out!
INSTRUCTIONS: Click on the exhibition link above and when prompted to ‘sign up’ to or ‘sign in’ to artsteps, follow the on-screen instructions. Once you’re registered and verified, click on the above link again to view to the exhibition ‘room’ …. then move on into it using the arrow keys on your keyboard (usually bottom right of the keyboard) to move forward, left, right, back. You can also navigate with your mouse, by clicking where you want to go. At the bottom left of the display window you can click on an icon which opens a small exhibition map. You can move your position within the exhibition by clicking in an area of it. Also you can click on a picture (when you’re up close to it) to find out more about it. Enjoy the show! If you have difficulty getting into the virtual exhibition please contact Clare.firstname.lastname@example.org for advice.