Textile Art & Glass - An Exhibition
Solo Exhibition with Felt, Embroidery & Mixed Media
Tue 24 Nov 2015 to Fri 4 Dec 2015
Sat 7th Nov (11am - 3.30pm), Fri 13th Nov (1 - 5pm), Sat 12th Dec (11am - 3.30pm)
Fri 20th Nov & Thu 3rd Dec (10am - 4pm)
Wed 9th Dec (10am - 2pm)
Sat 12th Dec (10am - 4pm)
Starting 6th Jan (10am - 5pm)
Last week (until Sunday 29th November) of Solo Show entitled ‘Return Journey’ with works by painter Richard Seaman.
Opening on the weekend of Saturday 5th & Sunday 6th December. Plenty of original handmade gifts and other high quality items to choose from, as well as the latest works from some of our resident artists.
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Many thanks to everyone who has contributed and worked hard to make it happen, and to all those who visited the exhibition, or attended workshops / talks, and of course the big Live Event on Saturday 24th October. We are still looking for photos of the Live Event, if you have one or two please email to firstname.lastname@example.org or post on the FAVi Facebook page, and there will be a fee of £10 for any we select. We hope to compile a disc with FAVi2015 highlights, event soundtrack, and Faversham Abbey history information, plus Derek Bright’s book ‘Illuminating the Abbey’ will be out early next year, for further news please check his website.
The Faversham Abbey Virtually illuminated (FAVi) Live Event performance was on Saturday 24th October at Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School, following a lantern procession which set off from the Guildhall in Market Square (Faversham Market). Unfortunately the weather was not kind after the procession, and no sooner had the Abbey Reveal Event begun, the heavens opened causing problems for the performers, and most of the audience had to run for cover, many of whom ended up missing the grand finale.
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A Commmunity Interest Company supporting a wide range of artists and creatives by providing an affordable, friendly and productive environment in which to create and showcase work.
Engaging Art Gallery and Project Spaces for hire, with easy access, all conveniently close to Faversham town centre, where Abbey Street meets Court Street near the creek.
Our Café offers delicious light lunches, fabulous cakes and quality coffee or teas every day except Monday. All food is cooked on the premises by Lorraine of Alsace Baking, with gluten and dairy free options available. Larger groups please book ahead: special occasions catered for in style.
A flexible arts facility arranged over 3 floors of a former Victorian brewery, we are home to 37 artists and designer-makers in 27 separate studios and workshops and 8 deskspaces in our co-working zone.
A tempting range of affordable, hand-crafted local designer-makers’ work, including a unique selection of high quality silver jewellery, ceramics, prints, paintings and unusual gifts.