Category Archives: residency

The closing evening of Richenda Court’s Dance Signatures

You are warmly invited to the event marking the end of Richenda Court’s residency project at St George’s. Do join us on Thursday 26 April 6.30 – 8.30 pm to see the results of her project ‘Dance Signatures’. Please RSVP … Continue reading

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Richenda Court’s ‘Dance Signatures’ project begins

This exciting project will follow our 2012 artist in residence, Richenda Court as she explores the relationship between art and dance. Richenda, who studied both fine art and dance at Brighton University, will be inviting dancers into St George’s Church, running workshops for … Continue reading

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Richenda Court: Dance Signatures, 8 March – 26 April

Following the success of ‘The Colour of Music’ last year we present another crossover project for 2012, this time bringing together art and dance. This exciting residency will follow artist Richenda Court as she explores the relationship between movement and … Continue reading

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Coming up in September, ‘Thresholds’

     

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Coming soon…

May is a busy month here at St George’s Arts. Artist Rebecca Price begins her three month project ‘The Colour of Music’ with an exhibition and launch event opening on Thursday 5 May at 7.00 pm. Do join us for … Continue reading

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Damascus Road

‘Damascus Road’ A new light and sound installation by artist Mary Branson. As part of the 2011 St Georges Arts artist residency, Mary explores the contemporary understanding of the term ‘Road to Damascus’ as a vivid point or event that … Continue reading

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Call for contributions

Mary Branson who will be making an installation at St George’s Arts in March is currently looking to interview members of the public who have experienced ‘a life changing moment’ for her new piece ‘Damascus Road’ to be shown in … Continue reading

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