Bath's Annual Fringe Visual Arts Festival
FAB is Baths only visual arts festival, we actively promote and celebrate contemporary art in the Bath area and beyond, showcasing early career artists and curators, and those who find it difficult to break into (or prefer to operate outside of) the gallery based art scene.
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The Green Art Project

4 events/exhibitions as part of The Green Art Project:

1. CoralQuay Fairtrade Exhibition

Location: CoralQuay Fairtrade, 8-9 New Bond Street Place, Bath, BA1 1BH

Open: 9.30am-5.30pm Mon-Sat, Sun 10.30am-4.30pm

Detail:

Topical, fun and inventive! This collaborative exhibition overflows with creative interpretations of 'green art' from up to 20 artists all over the South West: installations, collages, sculptures & textiles... all made out of recycled, reclaimed, organic or eco-friendly materials. Get inspired to de-construct and re-create your household rubbish....revive your artistic inklings!

Come and get involved. Two rag-rug workshops will take place over the Festival fortnight.

2. 'Renew'

The Green Park Station lobby & market area (Public artwork- All day every day)

'Renew' is a 3D text installation that can be located in the Green Park Station lobby in association with Ethical Property as an extension of the Project. Carnival-like recycled bunting will also adorn the rafters to bring a festival feel! Works made by local artist Emma J Holloway.

3. The Big Recycled Story Show!

Location: Friends Meeting Room (above Braz) Green Park Station

When: Saturday 30th May 2009 2.30pm and 7pm

Heads and Tales in association with the Green Art Project present :

The Big Recycled Story Show!


The greenest show in town! There are only seven basic plots – and frankly, they all got used already. So we got 'em out of the bin, dusted 'em off, cut 'em up, pulped 'em, rearranged 'em – and lo and behold – the Recycled Story Show was born.

Marvel as Dick Whittington's Cat spills the beans, tabloid style! Take a journey in old tickets – destination unknown! Meet the men who proposed the emperor's new loans! Take part in our Big Recycled Story, and meet the Lost Soles who live amongst old clothes.

Heads & Tales make live fiction, and interactive literature.

Suitable for Adults and Children over ten

Tickets cost £3 adults, £2 children.

For Further Information please contact Heads and Tales

email: headsandtales@yahoo.co.uk tel: 0793 2784100 / 0793 9271323

www.headsandtales.org.uk

4. 'My life is but a weaving'

The Green Park Brasserie (Tuesday to Saturday 10.30am -11pm)

'My life is but a weaving' is a small exhibition of mixed media tapestries made from recycled fabrics and plastics open to public view in the Green Park Brasserie, also by local artist Emma as part of the Green Art Project.