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mural 2For the past fortnight dozens of volunteers have been hard at work transforming part of Chatham town centre into a work of art – with the finished work set to be revealed this weekend. More

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RC Art Gallery Matthew PagettRochester Art Gallery and Craft Case

26 July – 5 October 2013

The Illustrator’s Art

Prints by Andrzej Krauze, Lynn Hatzius and Matthew Pagett
Craft Case – Books by Kaho Kojima and Chisato Tambayashi

The Illustrator’s Art celebrates the work of three very different artists: Andrzej Krauze, Lynn Hatzius and Matthew Pagett, who all work as fine artists and illustrators and explores the influence of narrative and figurative expression transferred from illustration to fine art through printmaking. More

Glyndebourne has today launched its first national art competition inviting talented and aspiring young artists from across the UK to design the cover of its 2013 Tour Programme. The winning artist will see their artwork grace the cover of 10,000 copies of the Glyndebourne Tour Programme and be exhibited at Glyndebourne and participating gallery spaces this autumn. Read the rest of this entry »

booksInterested in art and creativity? Feeling a little stuck?

Come and mingle with like-minded individuals and share coffee and ideas. Open to everyone interested in creativity – if you’re a beginner or someone more advanced.

Activities planned include speed debating, Parashare – bring a paragraph to share from a favourite book or your own writing, and other writers’ games.

This event is part of the Other worlds, other voices Rochester Literary Festival.
Saturday, 23 March 10am to 12noon, Strood Library. Book your free place by phoning 01634 335890 or just turn up on the day.

Tap into your inner creative writer at a workshop with a Medway-based award-winning writer. Poet Philip Kane will lead the workshop entitled – What if? – at Medway Archives and Local Studies Centre where he will help guide wannabe writers into the art of creating alternative histories and parallel worlds, using the archive’s resources along the way. The workshop is on Saturday, 9 February from 12noon to 3pm at Medway Archives and Local Studies Centre, Clock Tower Building, Former Civic Centre site, Strood.
Workshops costs £5 but places are limited so booking is essential, phone 01634 332714. Please bring your own writing equipment.

Investigate the difference between thriller and crime writing at a workshop and author talk next month (March). More

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