A Sudden Movement
We welcome ten innovative upcoming Artists into the Gallery this August, bringing with them an abundance of talent and multidisciplinary Artworks.
A Sudden Movement
When: 7th August – 2 October 2021
Where: Woodend Gallery, Woodend Creative Space, Scarborough, YO11 2PW
Opening Times: Tuesday – Friday, 10am-5pm.
Saturday and Sunday, 10am-4pm.
We welcome ten innovative upcoming Artists into the Gallery this August, with them an abundance of talent and multidisciplinary Artworks. A sudden movement brings together ten young artists from the North Yorkshire Coast; Tom Broadbent, Rio Crossley, Georgia High, Emily Hollingsworth, Charlie Hunter, Dylan Jacomb, Tom Lay, Lucas Mitchell, Luce Riley and Aneela Siddiqui. Working across mediums from textile, moving image, photography, illustration and sculpture their work explores themes of identity, changing landscapes and materiality.
The artists have recently all finished their art foundation degrees at nearby Scarborough Sixth Form, and are now heading off in varied directions around the country for further studies/training. Over the last few months staff at Crescent Arts have been working with the artists to develop their ideas and skills around their work and curating and displaying art. The exhibition offers an exciting opportunity to see the varied creative talent present in the area, hear from new young voices, and explore the concerns, issues and themes that populate their work.
Venue is wheelchair accessible, with accessible bathroom and changing facilities. For more information about the venue head to the Woodend website: https://www.woodendcreative.co.uk Large print captions are available from the front desk at Woodend.
Masks are still recommended to wear unless exempt, social distancing and regular hand sanitizing are both still strongly advised. For more information view our full covid update here…
Associated workshops coming soon…
TW: Some works may contain themes of Blood, Animal Bodies, Sexual Violence and Mental Health.
Kindly supported by Woodend, Arts Council England and Scarborough Sixth Form.