Yesterday was the perfect sunny day for the first half hand-out!
Going for the final delivery in a couple of days!! Happy faces and
smiles, as well as puzzled gazes and rejections were encountered! Oh the
joy of gifting people! Stay tuned for more...
We are looking for some more people to help us out with the Papergirl Bristol distribution. It would be great if you are free. Just turn up with you bicycles and bags or baskets for carrying the rolls.
We are meeting at 1pm at the top of Gloucester Road at the Royal Oak pub.
Let us know if you are coming, by emailing email@example.com
So, the exhibition was a success! Thank you to everyone that came to have a look and enjoyed it! So very happy about that! Whilst we were cleaning the Looking Glass we found this pretty little piece all tucked away in a corner, and were wondering who left it there? We love it!
A HARD DAY OF WORK...THE SPACE IS SET UP AND READY FOR YOUR EYES TO
FEAST ON BEAUTIFUL ARTWORK...!!! StArTiNg ToMoRrOw the 19th of June @
The Looking Glass opening from 11am till 6pm. And don't forget to come
to our little gathering on Friday the 22nd from 6pm!
Here is a list of all the artists that have submitted to our Open Call. All work will be exhibited! Anyone that still wants to submit, please do SOON as the exhibition is in only 3 weeks time! If you're interested in submitting some of YOUR work, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for the postal address...
Just a quick reminder to make sure that you pay correct postage on your artworks as we've just been notified by our friendly local Post Office that some works have been returned due to underpaid postage (and before anyone asks, they couldn't tell us the names of the senders for privacy reasons).
Please please make sure you check the postage amount and the address or we may not receive your work and that would make us sad...
We still very much are here. It is a quiet time right now. As we are waiting to exhibit. If anyone still would like to submit any artwork to us, please email email@example.com. We would love it if you did. Oh yes. That would be great. Sooooooooooooo...yeah...!!!! We want YOUR works!
Just a little update on how everything stands for now. As you all know, the original deadline passed yesterday. However...as our exhibition will take place in June, we are extending the deadline until the 1st of May for anyone who hasn't had time to prepare for the last deadline. Soooooo, get your friends involved and let people know about us. We have already received lots and lots of work, just in this past week we received 10 art parcels! And so many wonderful pieces of work!
Quick reminder guys. You've got 16 days left of March to get your work sent to us that will be our next exhibition. Deadline is 1st of April. Anyone that still wants to get involved...send us an email for the postal address.
It's a great opportunity for artists and non-artists to get creative!
Just a thank you to the flurry of interest from all you creative souls. Grateful thanks to ArtsAdmin for featuring us on their news feed. We are really looking forward to receiving all your submissions!
We want YOU to send YOUR work to US!!!! It will be all be exhibited in early 2012. But in order to have an exhibition, we need artwork to hang up, and then hand out! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for the address details. And then start sending.
The art of cycling on film. An article about bikes and art. Talking about the longstanding fascination between humans and cycling.
"No other icon in sport or transport has retained such constant or potent significance. The car, once all open road and opportunity, now evokes the dystopia of Jeremy Clarkson and carmageddon . The train has surrendered its Brief Encounter romance to the absurdity of leaves on the line, and the misery of the sweaty commute."
"Speaking to Cyclescreen, writer Rob Penn pointed out that the introduction of the safety bicycle in the 1880s was a revolution not just in transport but society, bringing health, freedom and opportunity to millions. 125 years on, as cycling for work, leisure and health increases, the revolution continues."