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July 3, 2013

Ouseburn Festival Feast – Sunday 7th July – 11am – 5pm – Ouse Street

Ouseburn Festival Feast – Sunday 7th July – 11am – 5pm – Ouse Street

This Sunday Ouse Street will be filled with over 20 food and drink stalls! Our creative event space Ouse Street Arts Club will also be open 11am – 5pm for coffee and cocktails from the Ouseburn Coffee Company.

Feast on street food, pies, pickles, cakes, pizzettes, cheese, wine, veg and fresh local produce as part of the Ouseburn Festival. There are events all around the valley all day Sunday including parades, duck races, rides, boat trips, market stalls, face painting and more…

Please come along and join us for a feast and a lovely day out!

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July 3, 2013

Ouseburn Futures

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Ouseburn Futures
Arts and Creative Industries Group

The next Arts and Creative Industries Group meeting is at the Cluny on Tuesday 9th July from 6.00 – 8.00 p.m.

The event is called ‘Show and Tell’, it is an opportunity to tell people what you do and to find out what others are doing in the Ouseburn.

Ten minute slots are available, it is possible to use audio/visual aids to support your talk, should you wish. If you are interested in presenting please reply to artsandcreative@ouseburnfutures.org.uk

July 3, 2013

Ouseburn Festival this weekend….in the Gallery The Hang Gang presents…

Ouseburn Festival 6th & 7th July 2013.

In the gallery…

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The Hang Gang presents:
RIP 

Exhibition @ 36 Lime Street Gallery
Friday 5th – Sunday 14th July

Gallery opening times:
Saturday 6th – Sunday 7th, 12pm – 5pm
Saturday 13th – Sunday 14th, 12pm – 5pm

Preview:

Friday 5th July, 6pm – 8pm
The Hang Gang is a collective of artists including Matthew Hearn, Sebastian Trend and Thomas Whittle. Interested in ideas of the poster and the printed / reproduced image, RIP presents a series of new works which draw together layers and elements of stolen, borrowed and plundered imagery. Using photocopies, traditional collage techniques and ultimately digital software to compose and layer content, RIP principally manifests as a series of posters which will both combine within the exhibition and be spread individually across the city. Remixing, and reworking source imagery through existing and newly formed conjunctions, these multi-dimensional elements will be further reconfigured in a series of assemblages within the gallery at 36 Lime Street.

The work presented as part of RIP has been developed through a recent aa2a (artists access to art colleges) residency at Northumbria University.

July 3, 2013

Print & Book Making Workshops

Print & Book Making Workshops@36 Lime Street with Theresa Easton 

Saturday 27th July 10-4pm  £55(including all materials).

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The next series of Print & Book Binding workshops @36 Lime Street with Theresa Easton will include the opportunity to buy a simple bookbinding pack with all the materials and tools to get you started.  The first part of the day  introduces you to a selection of simple printmaking techniques onto paper, that can be folded and stitched into a selection of hand made books suitable for your own project or a a series of bespoke gifts.

Available to buy at the end of the day, for £7.50, are beginners binding packs consisting of a folding bone, bookbinding needles and  linen thread to get you started at home.

The workshop is ideal for those with no experience and those needing a refresher course.  Bring a project idea along or take part in the numerous possibilities that can produce your own unique books.

To Book: HERE

Email: theresa_easton@yahoo.co.uk Tel: 07981381830

Ouseburn Warehouse & Studios

36 Lime Street, Ouseburn

Newcastle, NE1 2PQ UK

36 Lime Street, Ouseburn Valley, the cultural quarter of Newcastle and a stones throw away from Gateshead based, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art

36 Lime Street, Ouseburn Valley NE1 2PQ

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