New guide out now for Flowerfield Arts Centre in Portstewart
Wed, January 09, 2019
Flowerfield Arts Centre in Portstewart has launched its latest arts programme for the new season.
Featuring a wide range of inspiring exhibitions, documentary films and musical performances, the new guide has lots to choose from over the coming months.
Highlights include local master printmaker Roberts Sellar who will present his exhibition in the People’s Gallery until Saturday 23rd February. Alongside this, GCSE students who worked collaboratively with renowned ceramicist Adam Frew and potter Fiona Shannon will present The Dominican Collective exhibition until Friday 25th January. In February, Blurring the Edge, a partnership exhibition with the Hunt Museum in Limerick opens for the first time until Saturday 23rd March. It will feature the work of five leading contemporary ceramicist artists from across Ireland. Accompanying this, artist Alex Scott will give a free talk on Thursday 14th February from 3pm-4pm.
Audiences can enjoy two art documentary films with David Hockney at the Royal Academy showing on Thursday 24th January at 11am and 3pm and ‘Renoir- Revered and Reviled’ taking place on Thursday 21st February at 11am and 3pm.
Younger children will have the opportunity to enjoy a theatrical performance of ‘The Lost Bear’ on Friday 1st February. Presented by the Clydebuilt Theatre, it will take place at 11am.
A range of workshops for both children and adults in painting, pottery, patchwork, yoga and creative writing will take place throughout the next few months with all details available in the guide.
The wonderful jazz guitar legend Jim Mullen with the Ronnie Greer Organ Band will grace the stage on Thursday 21st March at 8pm. The ex-member of the Average White Band is the recipient of five Best British Jazz Guitarist awards and the concert promises to be an excellent mix of blues, soul and soft jazz music.
To book tickets or to find out more information, please contact Flowerfield Arts Centre on 028 7083 1400 or visit www.flowerfield.org
Please download the events guide by clicking on the link below.