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The Atkins Building Hinckley: Event Calendar

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Upcoming Events

There's always plenty happening at The Atkins Building, check out the events calendar below for all the upcoming events and exhibitions!

25

Sep

2017

Earl Shilton Camera Club

25th Sept - 30th Sept

Back for the third year running Earl Shilton Camera Club are set to put on a spectacular photographic exhibition in September sponsored by Earl Shilton Town Council.
An Evening View to launch the exhibition will take place on the 27th September.

 

27

Sep

2017

Earl Shilton Camera Club

Wednesday 27 September 19:00-21:00

Earl Shilton Camera Club will be hosting a special club event at the Atkins Gallery, where visitors can meet club members and learn about their photographs. Also during the evening Club members will be setting a studio with lights and back drops and at least one portrait model for visitors to try their hand at studio and portrait photography with their own cameras. For a suggested donation of a £1 visitors can use the studio set up, plus Club members will be on hand with to advise on techniques and camera settings. For more information about Earl Shilton camera Club please see http://www.earlshiltoncameraclub.org.uk

 

02

Oct

2017

A Peaceful Place - Fortnightly Mindfulness Sessions

02nd October

A Peaceful Place - Fortnightly Mindfulness Sessions

Marina Broadley from Heart of Well Being facilitates the wonderfully relaxed Mindfulness Meetings called 'A Peaceful Place.'

Marina's fortnightly sessions of A Peaceful Place on Mondays take place in the Goddard Suite. If you're a complete Mindfulness and or Meditation beginner, that’s great. You can gain a tremendous amount from the fortnightly meeting by learning about your mind and how to quieten it, how to live more in the present, how to access calm states of mind, the value of letting go… and much more.
Contact Marina Broadley to have a chat about it .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or 07342 652090

 

07

Oct

2017

The Happy Dabbler

7th-21st October

The Happy Dabbler is a local artist who has been painting for a number of years and the exhibition at the Atkins Gallery is their first public show. From humble beginnings using designer gouache to present day capturing wildlife, landscapes and seascapes in acrylics, mixed media and pen and ink. This varied collection shows the artist’s affinity for the natural world and their journey as an artist.

 

30

Oct

2017

A Peaceful Place - Fortnightly Mindfulness Sessions

30th October

Marina Broadley from Heart of Well Being facilitates the wonderfully relaxed Mindfulness Meetings called 'A Peaceful Place.'

Marina's fortnightly sessions of A Peaceful Place on Mondays take place in the Goddard Suite. If you're a complete Mindfulness and or Meditation beginner, that’s great. You can gain a tremendous amount from the fortnightly meeting by learning about your mind and how to quieten it, how to live more in the present, how to access calm states of mind, the value of letting go… and much more.
Contact Marina Broadley to have a chat about it .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or 07342 652090

 

11

Nov

2017

Bouncing Back

11th-25th November

This exhibition is motivated by a group of artists’ reaction to a terrible event that happened to their community shop in Stretton-under-Fosse. The Malt Kiln Farm Shop Gallery offered an excellent outlet for the work of several new and well-established local artists. Devastatingly, in July 2016, the building was the target of an arson attack which completely destroyed it. In the aftermath of this horrendous experience, a small group of artists bolstered their resolve to overcome the catastrophe by creating more works of art, expressing themselves to prove that their creativity could not be stifled. ‘Bouncing Back’ is a compelling collection of artwork from Michelle Leche, Terry Hartshorn, Paul Percival, Jackie Ward and Janet Watson which demonstrates their power to triumph over adversity and to literally ‘bounce back’ following their ordeal.

 

18

Nov

2017

Christmas Gift Fair

Saturday 18th November 10am-4pm

The Christmas Gift Fair returns to the Atkins Gallery for its third year on Saturday 18th November with Christmas gift ideas and other festive treats. There will be a range of stalls to get you in the Christmas mood.
The Atkins Building’s annual Christmas Gift Fair is the place to be to find inspired festive treats for family and friends. There will be stalls of creative gifts, food and drink and other activities to keep you entertained on Saturday 18th November. For the latest updates and to see who will be having a stall this year, please check out our Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1907516982821799/

 

06

Dec

2017

Colour in a Monochrome World 2017

6th Dec - 2nd Jan 2018

Penny and Colin first met while studying for a masters Degree in Fine Art in 2005. They have exhibited work together ever since. This exhibition explores diversity; in the combination of art materials not normally worked together and differences within society.
Penny Andrews, a textile artist, uses her psychotherapy background as a starting point for creative work. In her work for this exhibition she explores childhood issues. Children under the age of 10 make sense of the world and their experiences with limited knowledge and understanding. How they interpret their world during these early years can have an impact on their future lives. Penny’s work explores the impact ridicule and humiliation can have on creativity.
Colin Ward, fine artist, has been practising art from an early age. He has always used a wide variety of materials in his work. In this exhibition Colin has been exploring unusual combinations of medium; glass with ceramics, glass and fabric, acrylic on canvas combined with fluorescent celluloid. Colin’s work is inspired by people and nature.

 

 

 

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