This exhibition from Room 13 Aragon at Cafe Bernardo runs from the 30th of April until Saturday 25th of May.
They also have an open studio day lined up for the 22nd of May.
If you’re in the area you should definitely come along to see this fantastic spectacle held and run by the kids over at the Room 13 at Aragon Primary!
We came across this piece of writing on Joseph Beuys and thought that; at it’s core, this is exactly what we’re trying to promote here at Room 13. His famous quote “Everybody is an artist” is the kind of thinking we try to advocate. Creativity = Capital is used as the slogan for his radical ideas and backs his revolutionary way of thinking that art, should be, a form of currency in his view on the new world he tried to shape.
An artists expedition on Caol shore with Richard Bracken and young artists from Room 13 Caol. “The shore is an interesting part of the world that is full of lines. Lines exist in many forms, from those you can see, to those you can’t. Some of them change and move, while some stay the same. We can make new lines while there are some lines that we just can’t cross.”
In a workshop at Room 13 Community Studio in Caol we explored the age old question ‘What is Art?’
Our panel of experts* came to the following conclusions:
Art is interesting to look at.
Art moves the viewer.
Art shows skill.
Art reflects the artists intention.
Art shows consideration and thought – it makes us ask why the artist did it?
Art is different from daily life.
Art has been made to be art – it is something.
Art reflects an experience of the world or the artists unique view of it.
Art leaves the viewer to make decisions.
The Fort William Underpass Artwork Project is a unique piece of public art reflecting the best of what Fort William has to offer – our history and culture, music, sport and the splendour of the local landscape. The work was created in a series of workshops and open studio sessions lead by Room 13 International, as part of a unique community art project which involved many local people of every generation.
The redevelopment of Fort William Underpass was one element of the ‘Routes West’ regeneration scheme funded by The Scottish Government Town Centre Regeneration Fund, The Highland Council, Highland & Islands Enterprise and LEADER+.
This is a behind the scenes look at how Dentsu created an indulgently rich and colourful ad for Canon Pixma. The end result looks amazing but the concept is based on a simple idea consisting of latex being stretched across a stereo speaker that has paint drops position on top of it, surround this with creatives wealding high spec cameras and equipment and POW a mouthwatering landscape of colour is born.