Book your place here for the preview of Matter Out of Place and first screening of ‘Inertia versus Transfiguration’, a new film by Laura Page.https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/matter-out-of-place-preview-film-screening-tickets-159407370737
Material Voice’s exhibition Matter Out of Place opens at Yorkshire Artspace‘s Persistence Works gallery on 17th June and runs until 10th July 2021. The gallery is open Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 11am – 5pm.
Preview and film screening – Wednesday 23rd June, 5pm – 8pm.
This event will be the first chance to see a new film, made by Material Voice member Laura Page of her interpretation of the exhibition. The film will be available to view online after the event.
To book a place at the socially distanced event please click on this Eventbrite link.
22nd September 2019
11.00 – 4.30
Connect with items in the museum and share stories while learning to crochet with wire with sculptors Clee Claire Lee and Gillian Brent.
Participants will be shown how to crochet with wire, and will have the opportunity to make a sculptural vessel to take away to place in their homes, hang in their gardens or use as a container, maybe for a treasured object.
Participants will have free entry to the Museum and time to find about something they particularly connect with in the displays or artworks. While crocheting our sculptures, we will also weave a narrative together about the stories and objects people have chosen.
The workshop Please meet at reception at 11 am.
There is a cafe on site but feel free to bring your own refreshments.
The wire can be slightly dirty, so please wear appropriate clothing. All materials and tools are provided.
12 September 2019
5.00 – 7.30
Free and open all, including entry to Museum
Kelham Island Museum
Materials, Commodities, Narratives
Sculptural works by women artists from the Material Voice collective amongst the displays at Kelham Island Museum
12 – 29 September 2019
Kelham Island Museum, Alma Street, Sheffield S3 8RY
Museum open Monday – Thursday 10 – 4, Sunday 11– 4.45
There is an admission charge to the museum.(more…)