Grizedale Arts

The Closer We Get - Cumbria Screening

Saturday 28th Novemeber - The Village Table presents a day with Karen Guthrie - from a Japanese brunch to the screening of her new and much aclaimed film The Closer We Get

Brunch is from 10am - 2pm. The film will screen from 4pm with a Questions and answers session with the director after the showing

£10 all proceeds to North West Stroke Association


House Of Ferment At Hauser And Wirth Somerset

House of Ferment and The Village Table will be at Hauser and Wirth in Bruton on the 24th and 25th of January 2016 with a full programme of workshops, dinners and performances. Including new works by Bedwyr Williams, Francesca Ulivi, Mark Essen, Jesse Wine and Sarah Staton.

More information here

The Village Table

From October 13th The Village Table will be open in the Coniston Institute, Yewdale Road offering lunches and special dinners, alongside talks and workshops and from mid November an exhibition of historical food related art works and kitchen equipment in the Ruskin Museum.

The Village Table is an idea for a community business that caters for one-off dinners and events using local amateur produce from gardens and farms as well hunter/gatherer produce from enthusiasts.

The Main Hall in the Institute will include the celebrated House of Ferment just back from it's world tour and before it sets of again. Other art and food projects will include The Cheese Machine - a Fernado Garcia Dory project - making cheese regularly and various other food related projects from the Grizedale regulars - Laure (Turner Prize) Provoust, Bedwyr (Artes Mundi) Williams, Ryan (every art prize under the sun) Gander, Giles (isn't it time you won something) Round and with new works from Sarah Staton, Mark Essen, Jesse Wine and James Shaw.

Full programme available here

The Shop At Howgill

The Shop at Howgill is now open, every Wednesday and Friday, from 10 - 2pm.

The Shop at Howgill is a children’s charity clothes shop based in Cleator Moor, made by the Howgill Family Centre, Grizedale Arts, The Coniston Institute and An Endless Supply. It provides a new space to purchase recycled and repurposed children’s clothes, alongside a workshop facility for the development new products. Read more about the project here

Buy Our Book Online

Kevin Reid performs (2003)Grizedale Arts - Adding Complexity to Confusion is a lavishly illustrated romp through the last decade of our projects and it's now available to BUY ONLINE HERE.

Grizedale Arts is made possible by the ongoing support of Arts Council England and South Lakeland District Council

Grizedale Arts is a partner of Tate, and exchanges programmes, ideas and skills with Tate and the Plus Tate family of visual arts organisations

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