Venue Space: Studio 20 (Arts Lab)
Event hosted by Arts Lab
When: November 16-18, 10am-5pm each day
FREE - donations welcome
About this event
Stuart Voaden is the successful applicant of November’s Splash! Arts Lab artist weekend residency. He welcomes visitors to his three-day exhibition of recent sculptures, some made in his South Hams studio, others in the surrounding woodland.
For established artists or those starting out and testing the waters, this three-day residency is a great opportunity to flex some creative muscle. Open to all, we accept applications to design your own programme making the most of a spacious artist studio in the heart of Dartington.
Working independently of gallery and ‘jumping through hoops’ systems, we offer you a platform from which to explore and develop your practice freely.
- For more details about the exhibition, contact Stuart via email@example.com
- For more details about the residencies, contact Sara via firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
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