IMAGINATION- CONTEMPORARY BATIK ART
Sunday 10th October 2010 to Saturday 23rd October 2010
The Batik Guild Exhibition 2010- Open to all Guild Members
VENUE: Harleston Gallery, 3, Old Market Place, Harleston, Norfolk.
Open to all Batik guild Members.
For more information and an application form contact
Jenn Adamson, Treasurer of the Batik Guild
email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
BATIK- THE PEOPLE BEHIND THE CLOTH (TALK)
Wednesday 13th October 2010
DIANE GAFFNEY (+44 (0) 1588 638712
mail to: email@example.com
The batik of Java is admired throughout the world. Javanese batik is an aristocratic art form, a village craft and a huge business giving employment to millions. The people who make it, wear it and use it every day are shown in this talk with lots of textiles, tools and beautiful images.
You are welcome to come to the talk as a visitor for a small fee.
Teme Valley Embroiderers Guild at Astley Village Hall, Astley, Worcestershire UK www.textiletechniques.co.uk
The “Batik Tile” Design Competition
Date: 28-31 October 2010 ( Thursday – Sunday )
Time: 9am- 8pm
Venue: White Horse Showroom
Lot 26242 (PTD 52712) Jalan 2/18, Rosmerah Johor Jaya
Tel: 07-357 1888
Contact: Ms. Julie 012 777 1326 for more details
Date: 8th October 2010
Venue: ARCHETYPOS EVENT GALLERY
Address: 3710, East Colorado Blvd, Colorado City 81019
contact: For further details, call 719 676 3844
Swiss-born but a longtime Colorado City resident, Dr. Claudine Jeanrenaud is a Jungian psychologist with many years of academia and practice behind her. She is also well-known in this area for her “Unconscious Art” and her courses in dream analysis. Her own personal dream, however, has long been to create a space for the exploration of Art in all its myriad forms, a safe area where art can be experienced as it ought to be, both through exhibition and through practice. To this end, she is opening “ARCHETYPOS EVENT GALLERY”, an exhibition space to fill a void in Colorado City, a non-profit organization to encourage the Arts in the area and a place where artists and supporters of the Arts can connect with one another.
“As a child, I always had a dolls house with the most precious objects I owned in it and to me, it felt like a Fairyland in my bedroom. As an adult, I founded ARCHETYPOS in Denver as an Art and Dream Study Center and the new gallery is an extension of this in the Greenhorn Valley”.
The first exhibition at ARCHETYPOS will be “Four Eyes on India”, a collection of the unique and original Batik Paintings of Beth and Jonathan Evans, as well as beautiful imported fabrics that the Evans’ have brought back from their travels and which they normally sell under the business name “Shalawalla Imports”. The paintings are all created in and about India and feature portraits of local villagers, landscapes and studies from the North Indian Himalayan area.
Jonathan and Beth Evans have long had a home in Almora, a hill station high in the Kumaon Foothills of the Himalayas in Northern India. The recent and on-going freak torrential Monsoon rains have flooded and destroyed villages in their area with great loss of life and the deaths of close personal Indian friends. Avalanches and mudslides have swept houses away and buried entire families.
“The current tragedy in our village and the reported damage to our house has put us in a quandary. We have discussed returning to India immediately and trying to help out in the village. But we have now decided to send the considerable amount of money that our air fares would cost, to Almora to help out our friends and we will donate any proceeds that we make from this exhibition of our work to helping our friends to rebuild their houses and lives. Jonathan and I have decided that we can be more effective by raising money at this end and sending it over to help our friends and neighbors in India. Please come and see our exhibition of Batik paintings of India and help to support a good cause. Sadly, in this world, it always seems to be the poorest areas that suffer the most in these climactic disasters; anything that we can do, as a much more affluent country, can help these poor people”.
The grand opening of the new Gallery will be at 4pm on Friday, October 8th and will feature live music from Antonio Arguello on percussion and Patrick Valdez on guitar. Refreshments will also be provided.
There will be a Drum Workshop on Saturday October 9th, the following morning, at Archetypos.
ARCHETYPOS EVENT GALLERY, 3710, East Colorado Blvd, Colorado City 81019
For further details, call 719 676 3844