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Exhibition: Print Mechanicals
Mar
22
to 5 May

Exhibition: Print Mechanicals

Print Mechanicals is a group exhibition featuring Andrew and Sara Kulman, Andrzej Klimowski, Chris Shaw, Dan Fern, David R Newton, Mack Manning, Paula Newton and Skye Shadowlight. Works are assembled via print or collage methods, reflecting individual thematic approaches. Narrative is present, sometimes oblique, sometimes direct. 

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An Interview with Scott Tetlow
Feb
22
to 23 Feb

An Interview with Scott Tetlow

If you happened to have missed our opening of current exhibition 'Emerging Figures' (attended by a record turnout) then we are delighted to tell you that Scott will be returning to the Whitaker once more for a more intimate discussion about his work and his journey so far as an artist. A FREE event with limited availability.

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Scott Tetlow: Emerging Figures: from the representational to the abstract (and back again)
Jan
19
to 17 Mar

Scott Tetlow: Emerging Figures: from the representational to the abstract (and back again)

In this amazing exhibition Scott explores a new approach to his work, drawing on his studies of the great masters he previously focused on the figure before tending to the background. Here, following his passion, Scott has experimented on manipulating the background until something happens, letting the results unfold and the abstract dictating a figure within.  

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Whitaker Art Group Exhibition
Oct
6
to 2 Dec

Whitaker Art Group Exhibition

Every Thursday morning the Whitaker is home to a local art group who over their sessions explore the local area reproducing what they see in a variety of different media. As part of the 2018 Rossendale Art Trail we are delighted to exhibit a selection of the work they have produced whilst being at the Whitaker.

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Exhibition: Cubic Rhythms by David Burrow
Dec
9
to 11 Feb

Exhibition: Cubic Rhythms by David Burrow

David Burrow was born in 1945, a week after the end of the Second World War. 

During the 1960s he embarked on his career as an artist, first learning through copying holiday brochures and later studying at Preston School of Art, where he received a thorough grounding in the discipline of life drawing that forms the basis of his work today.

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Exhibition: Gordon Cheung
Jul
3
to 1 Sep

Exhibition: Gordon Cheung

Gordon is of Hong Kong origin and was born in London in 1975 where he still lives and works.

A contemporary artist whose work captures the virtual and actual realities of a global world and civilisations where moral, economic and environmental crises have spun out of control. 

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