Exhibition – Art as Collaboration II

Details

Venue Space: Studio 20 (Arts Lab)

When: June 3 10am-2pm, June 4 10am-2pm, June 6 10am-2pm, Jun 7 10am-2pm, Sat 8 2-5pm

Prices

FREE - donations welcome

art as collaboration

About this event

The second in a series of exhibitions of artwork created by prisoners, in collaboration with abstract artist Sara Downham-Lotto.

A unique opportunity to view and purchase artwork before installation at HMP Dartmoor and exhibitions in Plymouth and London.

All of the exhibits were begun in workshops inside the prison as part of the Lottery-funded Great Prison Art Exchange. Any proceeds from sales will go towards continuing the project. For more information, head to the Great Prison Art Exchange in The Vault of the Arts Lab website >

About Arts Lab

Arts Lab CIC is an artist-run social enterprise that connects people with visual art and artists to help build happier and more connected communities.

Working in partnership with Dartington Arts from a large studio in the heart of the sumptuous Dartington Hall estate, Arts Lab provides a programme of events for all of workshops, exhibitions, talks and residencies, a research hub for artists, and outreach for youth, health and prison services, schools, colleges, refugee projects and local businesses.

Click here for more Arts Lab courses or click here for more about the project at arts-lab.co.uk.

Visiting Dartington Hall

At our 1,200 acre estate, based in South Devon, there’s plenty to explore – from the natural beauty of the grounds, to our visitor attractions and year-round events programme. You can also make a stay of it with our historic hotel or campsite, and enjoy award-winning food and drink in our cafes and restaurants.

About us

Dartington is an old place with a new story.

The Dartington Experiment began in 1925 and was based on the idea that humans are many-sided – and how we need environments that encourage our whole being to flourish, in connection with nature and each other.

This idea is as true today is it ever was.