Creative Cricklewood, Events, Open Mic

Open Mic & Art Show. 7pm, 3rd April 2014

This Thursday April 3rd from 7pm at The Windmill – 57 Cricklewood Broadway, Cricklewood, NW2 3JX

Featuring a new exhibition by emerging local artists Holly Stenhouse & Ranalph Kaine

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Arrive early from 7pm to view the art, before the music starts at 8pm – with MC CALM CARL CHAMBERLAIN.  Performers should sign in from 7pm

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Ranalph Kaine is a Kilburn based artist working in a range of media. His work deals with worlds both seen & unseen

The focus of Holly Stenhouse’s recent work reflects an ongoing engagement with surface and detail of everyday objects and artefacts. Having recently completed a Foundation Diploma in Art & Design at Barnet & Southgate College, Holly has continued to explore the use of traditional and non-traditional tools and materials and processes, in particular print-making and sculpture. The subject matter of her work concerns her attempt at recapturing an image or object by creating multi layers with a range of media and processes that obscures the original representation and becomes visually ambiguous. The pure physicality of manipulation and experimentation with mixed media is, for Holly, thoroughly absorbing and has been a stimulus for the development of her current work.

The exhibition continues through April. Any artists wishing to show their work in the future please email us for more details.

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Creative Cricklewood, Events, Open Mic

Open Mic & Art Show Returns – 6th March 2014

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Join the event on Facebook here… https://www.facebook.com/events/735401899812428

You’ll be happy to hear that our very popular Open Mic returns this Thursday 6th March, alongside the opening of a new exhibition of photographic images by Cricklewood artist LAYLA BROOKES.  The ever popular poet and spoken word artist MARTIN SANDERSON returns as MC.

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“Photography for me brings together the realms of reality and imagination, revealing the wonder and mystery contained in the colours, patterns and shapes, light and shadows which make up the world around me.” – Layla Brookes

The senior management at the Windmill have asked that we continue monthly for the time being – expressing concern about the attendance, so please come and support this event so that it may continue, and progress.  Please let us know your views re the frequency of these events, or if we should change venue.

Any artists wishing to show their work please contact us at creativecricklewood@gmail.com for more details. Shows are changed monthly, and currently no fees or commission are payable. We have from slot available from April.

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