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Events for budding artists - Reading Pictures: Seeing Stories

East Riding Libraries and Customer Services are hosting a series of art- based events as part of a festival named ‘Reading Pictures: Seeing Stories’ across the area, free for children to attend. Events start from Thursday, 1 November, running through to 24 November.

East Riding Libraries are working in conjunction with Arts Council England and the Yorkshire and Humber branch of ASCEL (the Association of Senior Children’s and Education Librarians) to hold this festival of visual literacy. Working with visual and creative digital artists and key partners of book illustrators, Reading Pictures: Seeing Stories will give children and young people the opportunity to meet and learn from illustrators and artists, to explore the connection between literacy and the visual arts.

East Riding Libraries and Customer Services have programmed an exciting range of FREE events across the county as part of the festival – all events are free, but places must be booked. Phone or pop in to the branch to book your child’s place.

Shadow Puppetry with Indigo Moon Theatre (most suitable for age 7+)

Explore light and shadow with puppeteer Anna Ingleby of Indigo Moon Theatre. Learn to make simple shadow puppets out of card and find out how they can move to tell your own stories at home.

Thursday, 1 November

10am – 11.30am

Willerby Library, 58 Main Street, Willerby HU10 6BZ

Phone (01482) 658077

Thursday, 1 November

12.30pm – 2pm


South Cave Library, Church Street, South Cave, HU15 2EP

Phone (01430) 422901

Friday, 2 November

10.30am – 12noon and

1pm - 2.30pm


Haltermprice Library and Customer Services, 120 Springfield Way, Anlaby HU10 6QJ

(01482) 393939

Tuesday, 6 November

3.45pm – 4.45pm

North Ferriby Library, 11 Church Road, North Ferriby HU14 3DA

Phone (01482) 632227

 

Animal Illustration with Ingrid Holborn (most suitable for age 9+)

Push your artistic skills to the max in this workshop with illustrator Ingrid. Create your own animal silhouette and learn new techniques to craft a unique mixed media illustration.

Saturday, 3 Novemeber

2.30pm – 3.30pm

Beverley Library, Champney Road, Beverley

Phone (01482) 392750

 

Story in a Jar with Sue Caulfield (most suitable for age 7+)

Join Sue to create your own miniature world during this crafty workshop! Sue will share her awesome art skills to help you set the scene for your story in a jar.

Friday, 16 November

5pm – 6pm


Swanland Library, Village Hall, Main Street, Swanland, HU14 3QR

Phone (01482) 634896

Saturd, 17 November

2.30pm – 3.45pm


Beverley Library, Champney Road, Beverley

Phone (01482) 392750

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Three new exhibitions open at the Treasure House in Beverley

There’s a lot to see this November at the Treasure House in Beverley with three new exhibitions opening on (Saturday, 10 November).

Legacy:
A Painterly Response to WW1 shows artworks created by artist Paul Clifford.  The artworks use copies of historic photographs which have been recycled using paint, print and text.  In 1918, Paul’s father sailed back from England to Egypt where he had served as part of the East Riding Yeomanry.  Photographs of the Desert Expeditionary Force from East Riding Archives provide the starting point for the exhibition which also references the broader cultural and historical inheritance of the campaigns in the Middle East.

Working Hands:
Photographs by Peter Barker presents a body of 25 documentary photographs taken in and around Beverley between 2014 and 2017.  Peter’s contemplative portraits record the tools, skills and concentration at the heart of today’s manual production and show that the connection between thinking and doing, jeopardised by the production line, endures in such activities.

In the community space, the exhibition Discovering Through Archives: First World War Lives presents an overview of the East Riding Archives’ “First World War Lives” project.  As part of the project, local volunteers worked through a huge amount of historical data, such as newspapers, rolls of honour and ledgers, to tell the stories of over 700 First World War servicemen from the local area.

Curator Helena Gaudekova said : “Drop in to our Exhibitions First Look event on the first day of the exhibitions (Saturday 10 November, from 1pm – 3pm) and meet some of the artists, volunteers and Treasure House staff involved.  Everybody will be very welcome.”

The exhibitions run until 26 January, 2019, and admission is free.
For visitor information, visit: www.eastriding.gov.uk/treasurehouse or call

(01482) 392780 for full details of opening hours, and all the facilities at the Treasure House.

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Candlelit Christmas concert in Beverley

Richard Durrant will be making a welcome return to Beverley for a Candlelit Christmas concert at Toll Gavel United Church on Thursday 6 December, at 7.30pm.

Richard heralds the start of the Christmas season as he returns to Beverley with singer Amy Karoura and master fiddler Nick Pynn to serve a festive feast of funds from the early music repertoire - British folk, traditional carols and original guitar works.  Hosted by natural storyteller Richard, these three musicians' performances are always flawless and full of midwinter magic.

Over many years Richard's Candlelit Christmas concerts have become a seasonal tradition eagerly awaited by music lovers across the UK.

Tickets cost £15 for adults, £13 for concessions, all children under 14 FREE with full paying adult, additional children £5.  Tickets are available from Beverley Library or call 01262 678258 or visit bridspa.com


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RICHARD DURRANT
Candlelit Christmas concert With Amy Karoura & Nick Pynn

Toll Gavel United Church, Beverley, Thursday 6  December 2018 7.30pm

Richard heralds the start of the Christmas season as he returns to Beverley with singer Amy and master fiddler Nick to serve a festive feast of tunes from the early music repertoire, British folk, traditional carols and original guitar works. Hosted by natural storyteller Richard, these three musician’s performances are always flawless and full of midwinter magic.
Over many years Richard’s Candlelit Christmas concerts have become a seasonal tradition eagerly awaited by music lovers across the UK.

“A magical show that brought a sense of peacefulness to an otherwise hectic time. This was both a Christian and Pagan celebration without any sparkly tinsel and commercial sentimentality. Durrant’s playing was masterful, creating the right seasonal feel to this family show.”

Tickets cost Adults £15, Concessions £13 all children under 14 FREE with full paying adult, additional children £5 and are available from Beverley Library or call 01262 678258 or visit bridspa.com

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