Saturday, 26 May 2018

ROB'S REDWING RESIDENCY IN JUNE - DATES FOR DONOVAN

The Redwing Gallery in Penzance is a side-street treasure. Here's a brief snapshot in words - with a couple of images:

REDWING is a unique volunteer-led not-for-profit art gallery and community hub with outsider art, vegan coffee shop, affordable artists' studios, exhibition, meeting and event space.
History:
Redwing was founded by two Cornish artists: Peter Fox and Roselyne Williams in 2011.
Facilities:
The Redwing building houses two floors of exhibition, performance and rehearsal space, open access non-toxic printmaking and book arts facilities, affordable artist's studios, reference books and Cafe de Cuba vegan speciality coffee shop.                      
In addition to regular changing exhibitions, visitors can see work by artists Paul Broad, Lucy Brown, Marc Craig, Peter Fox, Rebecca Jazwinder-Leest,  John Sheehy, Alan Streets and more.

Redwing Gallery - 36 A Market Jew Street, Penzance - 01736 448402


Laura Wild: Grass Roots

an exhibition of work made between July 2015 and January 2017

Redwing Gallery Penzance • March 2-15

Grass Roots

Work made by Laura Wild

between July 2015 and January

2017

Exhibition: Thursday,

March 2 to Wednesday,

March 15

Opening event: Saturday,

March 4th, 1pm until 3pm
Opening Hours:
                       Monday 10:30 am - 4.30 pm
                       Tuesday 10:30 am - 4.30 pm
                       Wednesday 10:30 am - 4.30 pm
                       Thursday 10:30 am - 4.30 pm
                       Friday 10:30 am - 4:30 pm
                       Saturday 10:30 am - 4.30 pm

The side-street view down to Market Jew Street:

Looking back down the side-street to Market Jew Street


Please have a look at our calendar page to see upcoming events at Redwing.


I accepted Peter and Roselyne's invitation to take up a Residency in June and have had fun in


devising this timetable for the month: 

Each 2-hour session will run from 10.30 to 12.30 and I will come with a 45-minute core talk to run from 11.00 to 11.45. That should provide some structure - but I am only too happy to respond to questions, provide readings from the books and articles - and generally move with the flow as the audience shapes the session.

Saturday 2 June - 'Jago' the biography - How it took off ...

Tuesday 5 June - Biography from an online detective agency

Many thanks to Michael Mort for this image of Jago at work in the village of Swalcliffe in 1977


Saturday 9 June - 'The Road to Corbyn' - How it took off ...

Tuesday 12 June - Cross-Genre fun - fact or fiction ...

'The Road to Corbyn' by Rob Donovan, featured in the window of the Fahrenheit Bookshop and Community centre in Middlesbrough


Saturday 16 June - 'What's Wrong with Schools' - being odd ...

Summerhill in Leiston, Suffolk was founded in 1921 and continues to be an exemplar as a truly free and democratic school 


Tuesday 19 June - 'Drink in Victorian Norwich' - Dr D's tipple ...

The York Tavern - 1878-2014 - one of the last of the Victorian pubs of Norwich to close its doors


Saturday 23 June - 'Jago' the biography - revisited ...

Tuesday 26 June - 'Jago' the biography - revisited ...

Jago's autobiography - front cover


Here are a couple of contemporary links - one for Jago and one for TRC (The Road to Corbyn) - that you may find interesting 

Jago's autobiography - back cover 



And so I sign off, one week to the day before the Residency begins:

Many thanks for your interest ... best wishes, Rob.