Gunhild Thomson, Time Passing: Trees

Gunhild Thomson, Time Passing: Trees

Thursday 7th May at Moseley Exchange
Time: 19:30 – 20:30
Gunhild was born in 1968. She studied Fine Art at Gesamthochschule Kassel in Germany and at Birmingham City University. She has concentrated on photography since 2000. Since then she has had solo exhibitions at Bilston Craft Gallery in 2010 and 2011. Bilston Craft Gallery 2013, Wolverhampton Art Gallery 2013, Netherton Arts Centre in Dudley 2014.
Gunhild works with photography. The work she wants to show captures the changes happening to trees in spring with leaves gradually appearing on the branches. She tooks the photos at regular intervals. Each work of art measures 73 cm x 53 cm and consists of many small 10 cm x 15 cm photos.
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Thats a Nice Hat!

Thats a Nice Hat!

Local illustrator, Natalie Ann is exhibiting her latest artwork at Moseley Exchange throughout July and August. The exhibition is a celebration of her brand new picture book, ‘That’s a Nice Hat!’, the story of an owl who is the envy of all the crowd because of his stripey red hat. The book aimed at young readers, has been written and illustrated by Natalie.

Alongside illustrations from, That’s a Nice Hat! Natalie is also presenting some of her other works, many of which are preview of her future publications.

 

the story of an owl who is the envy of all the crowd because of his stripey red hat.” Natalie has both written and illustrated the book – aimed at young readers. – See more at: Created in Birmingham
The exhibition is a celebration of her brand new picture book ‘That’s a Nice Hat!‘, “the story of an owl who is the envy of all the crowd because of his stripey red hat.” Natalie has both written and illustrated the book – aimed at young readers. – See more at: Created in Birmingham
The exhibition is a celebration of her brand new picture book ‘That’s a Nice Hat!‘, “the story of an owl who is the envy of all the crowd because of his stripey red hat.” Natalie has both written and illustrated the book – aimed at young readers. – See more at: Created in Birmingham

Captured Voices, Shine Duggal’s exhibition.

Captured Voices, Shine Duggal’s exhibition.

8th of September – 6th October

Private View 7.00 – 8.00 pm

The first part of Shine Duggal’s exhibition, Captured Voices, is now available to view. ‘Capturing Voices’ is a two part exhibition supported by Moseley Community Alcohol Partnership and Udecide, in collaboration with Sifa Fireside. Working with staff and users at Sifa Fireside, Shine has created a conceptual project reflecting the voices and journeys of the individuals who get support from Sifa. The first part of the exhibition is a mixed media presentation of photography, alongside a piece of commissioned music and voice captured through research interviews and you can view this video by clicking on the image below.