Exhibition

Love St Peter’s, Love St Paul’s

4 Sep 2017 – 15 Sep 2017

Hardwick Gallery

Cheltenham
Gloucestershire, United Kingdom

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  • Cheltenham Spa

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Love St Peter’s, Love St Paul’s is a collaborative project developed by Hardwick Gallery and Take A Part with residents living in the vicinity of Hardwick campus.

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Four artists were commissioned to work with residents during summer 2017 on a series of workshops that explored the area’s heritage through creative practice. The exhibition presents a display of artwork and material produced during and around the workshops.

  • Tom Goddard and Year 5 pupils at Gardner’s Lane Primary School explored their connection to the area through model-making, creating the first objects for the Museum of St Peter’s & St Paul’s
  • Scott Farlow and ceramicist Kate Anderson present artwork created by residents with clay dug from their own gardens and on the road with the Mobile Clay Experience
  • Jack Price worked with residents of Bramah House to produce a short film shot on location in St Paul’s
  • Samantha Jones (Homebaked Anfield) is exploring the baking traditions of the area, specifically Cheltenham’s legendary Dripper, in a series of talks, field trips, tastings and demonstrations with residents

Love St Peter’s, Love St Paul’s is a MEANTIME project in association with Take A Part, funded by Arts Council England, St Peter’s & The Moors Big Local, University of Gloucestershire, and the Janet Trotter Trust

Thanks to Neela Mann; Andy Tyler and Gardner’s Lane Primary School; Kim Hill, Sophie Wilson and Cate Vaughton at the Cheltenham Trust; Yao Guo; Emily Tuck and Gloucester Road Primary School; Claire Maguire and Amy Weston at Bramah House; Tim Martin and Frances Mills; Joyce Cummings; Georgie Hogg and St Paul’s Church; North’s Bakery; the Holst Museum; The Rock, Gas Green Community Centre and St Paul’s Community Hub; Marisa Regan, Tesco Community Champion; Conor Mitchell, and the Community Art Action Group.

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