Well done to our brainy and talented knitters, who all got first class honours degrees.
Knit night is off course a wednesday, but this wednesday also coincides with the opening of a new exhibition at 10 Gun Street, from 6.30-9pm so maybe an early art plunge before a knit evening?
Details of the exhibiton are as below:
arjeea21 is a new contemporary art group in Reading. It provides a supportive critical forum in which artists can discuss and exhibit work that is developing in new ways or exploring current issues. Allotment is arjeea21's first exhibition.
It reflects a diverse patch of ideas and practical manifestations by artists whose work is growing and being actively cultivated.
Jean Aust, Belinda Fitzwilliams, Gill Goodwin, Elizabeth Heydeman, Ingrid Jensen, Helen Lunn, Karen Malik, Chris Mercier, Chris Quintrell, Roger Smalley, Hazel Strange, Roxana Tohaneanu-Shields and Janet Walton are showing work this time.
Informal meetings are held once a month for discussion and planning. Work either finished or in-progress, may be brought along for feedback. New members are welcome.
The exhibition will be open from 26 June - 13 July, 11am - 6pm daily.
Sponsored by Danny Fraifeld and Greg Muden of The Purple Turtle