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This exhibition highlights the struggles faced by some of our most loved wild animals through the medium of embroidery. Many of our most recognisable species are hanging on by a thread due to environmental factors and human interaction. Embroidery has long been considered a ‘quaint’ pass-time craft but here it is shown as a contemporary art form, and so much more – the needle is the paintbrush, and the thread is the paint!
The Hive, SEMA and BLM Shrewsbury are programming a collection of events to celebrate UK Black History Month. African traditional textiles, storytelling, photographs, literature and collaborative art will commemorate the impact and experience of the Black community both locally and nationally.
Art competition by local wildlife rescue charity Cuan Wildlife to search for their favourite artist of the year. The winner being judged and selected on opening night! This exhibition displays artworks of wild animals in a wide range of artistic styles and mediums including painting, drawing, print and sculpture.
To run alongside our annual Wellbeing Projects celebration event this exhibition showcases the exciting range of visual art made by The Hive project participants engaging in our creative programmes throughout the year.
Our FREE launch event will take place between 3.00pm – 5.00pm on Friday 3rd December. To secure your ticket call 01743 234970
This upcoming LGBT History Month February 2022 we would like to offer our gallery space to an artist to create a solo show of artworks that explore the history of the LGBT community in some way. We are particularly keen to hear from local LGBT artists, young people, and other under-represented groups.
Our gallery is a versatile space for exhibiting various types of work, including canvas, framed art, sculpture and digital artwork on a monitor. Drop us a line in the form to enquire about hiring our gallery space for an exhibition.