I have a solo exhibition this month in Ilminster Arts Centre (Somerset, UK). I don’t imagine it will be just down the road for most people reading this blog, but if you are nearby, it’s the largest space I have had to fill for a couple of years, and it does look quite nice :-). And if you are still not convinced, visit on Sunday 11th between 3-5pm at the Exhibition Tea Party (see below) and you will get free tea and cake. Scientists have shown that free cake enhances the eater’s ability to appreciate artworks. If you miss the ‘Tea party’ you can still get cake, but you have to buy your own: There is a very nice cafe at one end of the exhibition hall, which is open during normal opening hours.
So, here are the details:
‘A Feast of Invention’ – solo exhibition by Nancy Farmer
August 5th – 31st 2013
Venue: Ilminster Meeting House & Arts Centre, Somerset, TA19 0AN, UK.
Opening times: Monday to Friday 9.30am – 4.30pm, Saturday 9.30am – 2.30pm.
The exhibition will also be open on Sunday August 11th, 3pm – 5pm (see below), but please note that outside this time the gallery is closed on Sundays
Exhibition Tea Party:
On Sunday August 11th, 3pm – 5pm we are holding an Exhibition Tea Party. I shall be there, and so will the cake.
Saturday 17th, 24th, 31st:
I shall also be present in the gallery on these Saturdays, between around 11am and 2pm, and available to answer visitors questions, should there be any, or otherwise just to professionally lurk.
This is the third exhibition I’ve done here: it’s just such a nice place, and the arts centre staff and volunteers are always helpful. Here’s just a few photos of the gallery, as we finished hanging it last Sunday: