The Brewhouse Arts Centre is highlighting the achievements of PINT, Burton’s first Contemporary Arts Festival, by putting on an exhibition bringing together a selection of work by many of the artists involved in PINT. The exhibition ‘PINT Selected Artists’ will start with a launch event on Friday 11th January and runs until 16th February 2013. It’s a great way to start the New Year, with a celebration of all the high quality creative talent that Burton and surrounding areas has to offer.
PINT Burton’s first Contemporary Arts Festival, established by Alistair Kennedy, took the town by storm throughout October and November last year. Art events happened all around the town, including; David Booth’s beer mat sculpture at The Brewhouse created from 100, 000 Marston’s beer mats, projections of artists work on Coors’s tower including Dhandra Bascomb from the states, a spoken story by Rivka Fine at Sainsburies, an Art and Craft Market launching the new market stalls on Station Street, a student fashion show at Jones and Clarkes. Exhibitions happened at venues around the town, including 107 Station Street, The National Brewery Centre, Burton Library, The Making House in Winshill, Tower Brewery and The Uxbridge Arms.
The Exhibition will be open to the public from January 12th – February 16th 2013 and includes work by: Helen Joyce, Cliff Warner, Nicki Dennett, David Booth, Dandhra Bascomb, Miles Dosher, Vitor Azevedo, Robert Brittle, Mick Statham, Caroline Lowe, Anna Casey, Rebecca Soanes, Samantha, Eynon, Joanne Cooper, Rivka Fine, Martin Naidu, Walt Shaw, Nick Hersey, Mark Veale, Andrew Mason, Jennifer Blant, Philip Grocott, Alistair Kennedy, Gavin Darby, Heather Horsley, Barbara Colbert, Melonie Anderson, Ian Talbot, Tom Voyce, Fred Hewitt, Steffie Richards.
The Brewhouse Arts Centre has a varied changing exhibition programme that includes professional, local artists and community exhibitions. The next exhibition by Aleksandra Goncharov a Burton artist originating from Russia. The annual exhibition by Burton and District Arts Council, BADAC, which is an open exhibition for all artists and young people based in East Staffordshire, begins in April.
Thanks to Paul Challacombe for the info.