Author: Steve Mason

The Future of adurArtcollective

The annual AGM of adurArtcollective Last Sunday 16th September at the Shoreham Centre marked the end of an era. As announced earlier in the year the joint Chairs Kim Adele Fuller and Chris Howitt will be stepping down from the leadership of adurArtcollective after 8 Years. Quotes from Kim and Chris:- “We are proud to have built a strong and stable not-for- profit community organisation that ...

Exciting Opportunity for Local Artist(s)

Willmott Dixon Construction Limited are currently involved in the new construction in Ham Road Shoreham-by-sea. They are looking for a local artist(s) to construct or incorporate waste plastic into a work of art. At the moment there is half a skip of lots of drinks bottles, milk bottles, packaging and shopping bags to name a few items. They would like to meet with artists who are interested, and h...

“The not so Famous five” – an exhibition featuring three of our talented aAc members

An exhibition by five, sussex, women artists, all working in different media to express their reactions and emotional connections to the countryside and people with whom they live. Katherine Lawrie, Silver smith – I work mainly in Sterling Silver, Gold and Silver Gilt. I predominantly use textures and forms found in the natural surroundings of the South Downs. I incorporate precious and semi...

Martlets Snowdogs (?) Are Coming Back

Following the success of Snowdogs by the Sea, Martlets Hospice are pleased to announce they are doing another trail in 2018!! “We know Snowdogs captured the hearts and minds of the people in Brighton & Hove, they truly fell in love with each and every sculpture. Not only did the Snowdogs manage to raise a fantastic £310,000 for Martlets to provide life changing hospice care they brought ...

Calling all Wildlife Artists: Painters, Sculptors and Printmakers inspired by the Natural World

The Society of Wildlife Artists seeks submissions of works that depict wildlife subjects and evoke the spirit of the natural world. Deadline: Friday 21 July, 12 noon Submit online now There are many prizes and awards available to win, including: Birdwatch Artist of the Year Award (£1,000 plus Swarovski equipment) RSPB Award Dry Red Press Award The Roger Clarke Award PJC Drawing Award Birdscapes Ga...

Art Trail for Homeless Project

Worthing Churches Homeless Projects are exhibiting at Colonnade House this year as part of the Worthing Artists Open Houses. This year our project centres on Safe Spaces! ‘Where is your safe space? Is it somewhere you physically go or can go? Is it somewhere you visit in your mind? Is your space safe depending on who you are with, what you are doing? We are asking our people who have experie...

Calling all Artists – Old & New Art Exhibition

Old & New Art Exhibition at St Mary de Haura Saturday 3rd to Sunday 18th June 2017 11am- 5pm Monday to Saturday –  2pm- 5pm on Sundays The theme this year is Old & New and can be interpreted in any way you wish as long as there is some kind of connection with the theme. Suggestions for ideas: Anything showing comparison or contrast of ‘Old and New’ eg, scenic views, places, buildings...

Selling your Art Work – Part 1 – Setting up your Shop

Artists Shop Dashboard Each member of adurArtcollective has their own shop which requires some basic setting up to use. The first step is to go to “Settings” and start filling in the details of the shop. In the first tab Store the only required field is the store name which can be anything you like but must be unique. If you fill in the other details, phone, email, address etc, these w...

Spring Exhibition 2017 – Brighton & Hove Arts Council

Spring Exhibition 2017   Brighton & Hove Arts Council would like to invite adurArtcollective members to take part in their Spring Exhibition 2017. Please see below the entry form and general conditions. These need to be submitted to tinastiles.brighton@gmail.com by 12th April at the latest. The exhibition dates are Wednesday 26 April to Saturday 29 April inclusive at the Friends Meeting H...

The Use of Tags and Categories

Less is More Hopefully you will of heard the axiom, “Less is more”. This is true when using categories and tags within your posts, events or products. It is important to ensure that you are giving as few options as possible whilst giving the visitor a choice that fulfills their requirements. Coupled to this it is important that the page that the tag, or category, that the visitor is taken to is as...

How to photograph your paintings

In this short tutorial, photographer Roy Matthews shares some tips for artists who are photographing their own artworks for submission to the Royal Academy's Summer Exhibition.

Trekking the Trail

Published on 23 Oct 2016 A trailer for the Adur Art Collective film about our 2016 artists’ trail. Don’t miss it! Shoreham in all its sunshine and creativity – A video by: Maddie Zayeet

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