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"Green|Blue" in Exeter Cathedral - Invitation to a Private Viewing

I would be delighted if you would join me for a Private Viewing:

Chapter House

(access via the west door)

Tuesday 30 May

6-8pm

Please feel free to bring friends and colleagues, and children are welcome (it would be helpful to have an idea of numbers)…

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Added by Clare Bryden on May 23, 2017 at 8:10 — No Comments

Clare's Open Studio during Art Week Exeter

11am - 5pm on Friday 19th & Saturday 20th May

1 Miller Close (off Grecian Way), EX2 5NE

Pop in & have a nosy

What ART would you like to see…

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Added by Clare Bryden on May 18, 2017 at 11:28 — No Comments

Private Viewing, Dartington, 5-7pm on Friday 31st March

I'm delighted to be showing my work "Green|Blue" imminently at Dartington Hall. I am sharing the space with Liz McGowan, who will be showing "Will-a-Wix" (this pic).



We would like to invite you to a Private Viewing. There will be wine, soft drink and nibbles, and I trust some good conversation. I hope you can join us.

The show is in the Garden Room Gallery in the SPACE building.…

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Added by Clare Bryden on March 29, 2017 at 18:00 — No Comments

Free Art Friday Exeter

I started this Facebook page last year, then it fell by the wayside a bit, but now I'd like to get it going again. Anyone else want to join in?

https://www.facebook.com/FreeArtFridayExeter/

Short description

The worldwide free art movement has existed for many years. Artists leave pieces in public places to be discovered and taken for free.

Longer…

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Added by Clare Bryden on February 6, 2016 at 13:30 — 5 Comments

'Up in the Air' exhibition, until 24 July at The Glorious

'Up in the Air' is an exhibition of knitted larger-than-life versions of the greenhouse gases that are causing climate change. The exhibition aims to spark interest in the science and issue of climate change in a playful way. It is part of an ongoing project called Particulart: The art of knitting, chemistry, and…

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Added by Clare Bryden on July 10, 2015 at 9:30 — No Comments

GRIN Grant Resources Information News

GRIN (Grants Resources Information News) is a FREE Monday - Friday email bulletin. Each bulletin focuses on one grant scheme or related resource. Sign up at www.grin.coop.

Today's is The Thompson Family Charitable Trust, which provides grants to registered charities for general…

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Added by Clare Bryden on May 26, 2015 at 20:55 — No Comments

Particulart, or the art of knitting, chemistry, meditation and gentle protest

My first blog post!

I'm going to be speaking TOMORROW 25 February from 7.30pm at St Michael's Dinham Mount.

The blurb: "Particulart" was a partnership between Clare Bryden and Diana Moore, aimed at encouraging Devon County Council to ensure that the Exeter Incinerator is operated properly to minimise…

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Added by Clare Bryden on February 24, 2015 at 12:03 — No Comments

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