Film night is not on tonight – we are setting up the new exhibition which is opening tomorrow night – but we are back on for next Thursday with ‘The Illusionist’
Our next exhibition is an installation of new works by Danka Nisevic. This enigmatic conversation between drawing, sculpture and performance is a conceptual experiment based around souvenirs and ornaments, memory and the present. Please join us for the opening on Friday 7th March 7 – 9 pm. Come down to experience this compelling and interactive show. The dancers will be performing from 7.00pm until 9.00pm on Friday night only and Kernel beers will be available for £2 throughout the evening.
Danka Nisevic – Solo Show opening Friday 7th March!
Kuba Rudzinski in conversation – Kuba will be talking about his recent trip to the Himalaya and the photographs that came about as a result. He will be open to questions as he goes through a selection of his amazing 35mm photographs projected on to a 5 x 8ft screen. Tom Hunter will then be going through a summary of how to use your digital camera on Manual mode in the mountains. Feel free to bring your camera down for any technical support afterwards. The cost of the evening is £5 and Kernel beers will be £2. Last chance to see Kuba’s photos up before his work comes down next week!
Thursday 27.2 We’re showing the brilliant ‘Mongolian Ping Pong’. (Bilike has never seen a ping pong ball before and when he finds one in the vast steppe grasslands he consults everyone in an attempt to find out what it is. From being told it is a glowing pearl from heaven he eventually he discovers that ping pong is the national ball of China. Struck by this massive responsibility he and his best friends, Erguotou and Dawa, set off to Beijing to return the ball).
Tonight we will have the big screen up and a choice of Winter Olympic highlights of Hitchcock’s 39 Steps – discussion on the pros and cons of each will ensue at 7.15pm, action of either will be rolling at 7.30pm