The Worcestershire Arts Trail was launched in syle with some not to shabby pomp and ceremony at the Worcestershire Arts Workshop on Friday 25th Amy. In attendance were many of the participating artists who will be opening their studio doors to the public this coming bank holiday weekend. Along with local dignitaries the Mayor of Malvern Councillor Ian Hopwood and the leader of the Worcestershire County Council and their respective partners.
Delicious Mexican food and drink were prepared by the talented Continue reading
Holy Trinity at Dodford
The two floor to ceiling glass partitions exquisitely etched and designed by Marie-Therese King will be on show at St Mary’s and the Holy Trinity Church in the village of Dodford, near Kidderminster, the seven panels depict a rambling grapevine, sparrows, strawberries and butterflies. The etching was cut by hand and etched to various different depths. Please take this rare opportunity to visit this beautiful Church. Only open to the public from 10-4pm on Sunday 3rd June, during the Arts Trail.
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Apr 4, 2012, 12:01 GMT
A moving portrait of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth will be created with the use of 200 sheep
Will Halford, a sheep farmer and performance artist, is to herd his flock across the Malvern Hills to pay homage to the 85-year-old monarch’s Diamond Jubilee – marking 60 years on the throne – during the Worcestershire Arts Trail from June 1 to June 4. Continue reading
Sunday 1st April 2012
Move over Rolf Harris, ARTISTICALLY-MINDED youngsters have been letting their creative juices flow for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Malvern school children have helped craft a large jolly-looking batik portrait of the Queen and her faithful Corgi dogs as part of the Worcestershire Arts Trail’s Jubilee Celebrations. Continue reading
A Worcestershire primary school is creating a giant batik portrait of the Queen and her corgis as part of Worcestershire Art’s Trail Jubilee Celebrations. Working alongside batik artists Marie-Thérèse King and Sarah Jones, children from the St Matthias School in Malvern will make a portrait that measures 70 by 39 inches. Continue reading
COUNTY’S SECOND ARTS TRAIL CELEBRATES
Painters, photographers, jewellers, potters, carpenters, ceramicists, glass blowers, silversmiths, furniture makers and weavers to name but 10!
More than 74 artists across 48 venues have signed up for this year’s Worcestershire Arts Trail. The event coincides with the Bank Holiday weekend celebrations for the Queen’s Jubilee and runs from 1st to 4th June 2012. Continue reading
Application Deadline Extended, Apply before: 30th January 2012 to become involved in this years arts trail.