Category Archives: Exhibition

Free: The Antiques Collectors Circle Presents WW1 Exhibition

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The Antiques Collectors Circle welcome you to join them for an exciting exhibition of the FIRST WORLD WAR. It will be held at St Hugh’s Church Hall on Ashby road from 10am to 5pm on Saturday 6th September 2014.

Why not go along and see the artefacts. With the opportunity to meet the experts. The day will include short talks and films throughout. Continue reading Free: The Antiques Collectors Circle Presents WW1 Exhibition

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Humber Street Sesh Saturday 2nd Aug

Humber Street Sesh is a one day festival to promote and celebrate the excellence and diversity of Hull’s Creative Community. Featuring over 150 local bands across 10 stages with a comedy stage, skate park, pop up cinema, art galleries, photo exhibitions, street theatre a street market and street entertainers all squeezed into the fruit Market area.

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Event details

Dates Times
Sat 2 Aug 2014 10am to 2am
Gates open at 10am and the event closes at 2am. There are a limited number of tickets (2000) available on the gates.

Prices

Wristbands can be purchased for the website or from selected outlets. Wristbands are priced at £3.

Under 12’s go free with a paying adult.

Hull Box Office

07737 464524

Open Exhibition for local artists – Cafe INDIEpendent Scunthorpe

Scunthorpe Independent News

Are you a budding artist? Are you looking for your first opportunity to exhibit? Or have you had your work displayed in a gallery before?

Regardless, if you are local to Scunthorpe and want to show your creative skills, here’s a unique opportunity to take part in a massive open exhibition in one of the regions newest and arguable coolest gallery spaces.

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Want to know more? The rules are simple, any medium is permitted, maximum of 3 pieces per artist. Call in at the cafe for details and be sure you are ready to go by the 24th July.

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