Exhibition of artwork by the artists of Shed 13 Cricket Green School in London, England. Wed 17th – Sat 20th May 2017. Lots of the work is on sale to raise funds for Shed 13 art studio. Please go along and support the young artists if you can!
In August 2016 Resipole Studios & Fine Art Gallery is hosting a collection of multi-media artworks by the late, abstract expressionist, Jon Schueler (1916-1992). Sea to Sky is one of a group of exhibitions, both in the US and in the UK to mark the centennial of Jon Schueler’s birth. Sea to Sky presents a collection of 38 works that are central to his time spent on the West Coast of Scotland, where he frequented throughout his career.
This award winning arts venue provides the perfect backdrop to Schueler’s works of art, which is enveloped by the very landscape that inspired the American artist.
We are thrilled to share news that a portion of the proceeds from the sale of works at this exhibition are to be donated to Room 13 International, making this a perfect opportunity to invest in an internationally significant piece of artwork while also supporting a charity, home grown in the West Highlands, that supports artistic development, creativity and enterprise among young people in Lochaber, Scotland and overseas.
The exhibition will run for six weeks (6 August – 18 September 2016) and will feature a number of events celebrating Jon Schueler’s centennial.
Participants in the recent Young Artists’ Retreat, visited Resipole Studios & Fine Art Gallery. They enjoyed a talk and a tour by gallery owner Andrew Sinclair, and all voted this one of highlights of their experience. The Artists’ Retreat, aimed at young artists aged 14-17, was run by Room 13 International with support from Highland Youth Arts Hub.
Curated by Kym Maxwell, UNEDUCATED presents artworks and projects that explore ideas of society, knowledge and institutional learning that both provoke consideration of our role as spectators and reflect on the debate of the ‘educational turn’ in contemporary art discourse.
Read a review of this exhibition: http://primermag.net/art/2014/9/kym-maxwell-interview-uneducated
The Melbourne office of global communication company TBWA have held the first ‘Create Day Exhibition‘ to raise money for Room 13 International. The exhibition featured a collection of artworks created by agency staff which were sold – within 2 hours Aus $5149.40 was raised in support of youth creativity throughout the world!
A showcase of the artworks that were created can be viewed on the company’s PROJEQT page: Whybin\TBWA Create Day Exhibition.
We are grateful to Whybin\TBWA and all the agency staff who contributed to the exhibition for supporting us and capturing the creative spirit of Room 13 in such a great way!
The challenge has been set for other creative agencies across the TBWA network in 2014!
This exhibition from Room 13 Aragon at Caffe Bernardo runs from the 30th of April until Saturday 25th of May.
All welcome at the Family Day on Saturday 4th of May.
There is also an open studio day at Room 13 Aragon lined up for the 22nd of May.
If you’re in the area, please do come along and introduce yourself!
Room 13 studios in Nepal took part in an amazing international art exhibition celebrating the universal day of children’s rights. Paintings from the young artists at Room 13 HCMC were on show as well as some works from international artists discussing issues concerning children’s rights all over the world.
The exhibition took place at the same time in other participating countries such as; Germany, South Africa, Argentina and Rwanda.
In Nepal the exhibition was inaugurated by chancellor of Nepal Academy of Fine Arts, Mr. Kiran Manandhar. Around 70 visitors including artists, school students, representatives of related organizations and media people visited the one day exhibition.
Shanti Griha, the organisation that supports and develops the Room 13 studios in Nepal are delighted to have made this connection to the Nepal Academy of Fine Arts. They have found the program by Room 13 very effective and have stated that they will support Room 13 Nepal in the future to improve the skills and opportunities for the students.
Room 13 studios in London and the South of England will gather today for a trading fair. The event, which is being hosted by Blackrock at their offices in Drapers Gardens, London, will give young artists and studio managers in this region a chance to network, show their work and sell their own unique products.
Room 13 artists from Caol and Lochyside were invited by University of the West of Scotland’s Artist Teacher Programme, to make work in response to works by some of the contemporary artists showing at Glasgow International Festival 2012.
Room 13 Caol presents a retrospective spanning nearly 2 decades. This exhibition at Caol Youth Centre features a selection of artwork produced in Room 13 Caol from its earliest days right up to the present. The earliest works on show are photographic pieces attributed to Caol Camera Club, whilst the most recent were brought into existance only in recent weeks.