Free Art Events for March 2018

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A list of some fantastic artist events coming up in the month of March, submitted by the ArtWeb community:

Two Ways of Looking

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A joint exhibition of shape and colour by Mark Cheng and Carol Ann McDermott.

Dates 3–10 March 2018
Cost  Free
Location  The Eagle Gallery | 101 Castle Road, Bedford
Website  www.eaglegalleryartists.co.uk

National Association of Women Artists Eve(e)olution VIII–Migration

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Thirty of some of the most evocative work produced by NAWA’s member artists in painting, photography, sculpture and mixed media explore this timely and important theme.

Dates  2–31 March 2018
Cost  Free
Location  New York Public Library | 127 Amsterdam Ave., New York City
Website www.thenawa.org

Perspectives on Pattern

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A collaborative exhibition showing work by TAG (Textile Art Group) alongside pattern books and samples that have been rescued from now defunct local mills and that are now in the care of Calderdale’s Bankfield Museum. The exhibition is open Tuesday to Saturday, 10am-4pm and finishes on June
2nd, 2018

Dates  10 February 2018 – 2 June 2018
Cost  Free
Location  Bankfield Museum | Boothtown Road, Halifax
Website www.textileartgroup.artweb.com

Femme Facade

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ArtWeb member Rosie Cunningham is exhibiting. Her style of painting is both fun and quirky.

The exhibition starts on Saturday 10th February, when you are invited to meet Rosie at the historic Drake Manor Inn from 11am – 3pm, and runs until mid April 2018

Dates  Feb 10 – Apr 15, 2018
Cost  Free
Location  Drake Manor Inn | Buckland Monachorum, Yelverton, Devon, PL20 7NA
Website  www.4artsake.co.uk

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