This recent article on We Find Local really engages the reader and I am delighted to have been approached to do this. It also goes in depth and explains a lot of the motivation for my work. I am also listed on the We Find Local website, along with other unique, independent businesses. #supportsmallbusiness
Events September 2019
#BarnetArtists at Compass Residential : 7 – 29 September 2019
#BarnetArtists is a collective of 15 or so Artists living and working in Barnet, who found each other in 2018 through the Open Studios network of Herts Visual Arts. We are passionate about the value of art, making and participation.
Mark Newton at Compass Residential is passionate about community and activity and wellbeing and has invited #BarnetArtists to exhibit in a group exhibition for the duration of the Open Studios.
Compass Residential – Gallery Space
1238 High Road
Directions: 5 mins walk Totteridge and Whetstone Underground, well served by local bus routes, free parking (time limited outside the venue).
Special Information: contact individual artists for sales
Monday to Friday: 9am to 6pm
Saturday: 10am to 3pm
Wheelchair access: partial
Herts Visual Arts Open Studios From 7th-29th September 2019, Herts Open Studios again brings artists, artisans and art-lovers together. Three weeks of inspiration, discovery and rich opportunity, bringing art into the heart of our communities across Hertfordshire. Hertfordshire is a large county so there is lots to see and the HVA have introduced an interactive online map to make it easy to see which venues are near to you.
I will be exhibiting with fellow artist Liz Purkis at Venue #16 for two weekends in September. Click here to visit the venue listing on the HVA website. To visit the HVA map and download the brochure please click here.
Please feel free to contact me direct or to follow us on social media @sarahcorearts and @giz2058 or with hashtags #barnetartists and #hertsopenstudios
38 Temple Avenue
Directions: 3 mins walk Oakleigh Park Station, 10 mins Whetstone High Road; free parking.
Telephone: 07788 414805 (Liz); 07812851396 (Sarah)
Special Information: Refreshments available, Practical demonstrations, Credit card facility.
14 – 15 September: 11am to 4pm
21 – 22 September: 11am to 4pm
Nude Tin Can Gallery – 18 September 2019, St Albans
I am also delighted to be exhibiting at the Nude Tin Can Gallery on 18 September 2019. I will be in the gallery all day and will be demonstrating aspects of my making process.
Nude Tin Can
125 Hatfield Road
Directions: Nearest train: St Albans City
Parking: 1 hour free bays outside the Gallery
Telephone: 02083 614319 (Sarah’s Studio); 01727 569291 (Nude Tin Can Gallery)
Mobile or alternative number: 07812 851396 (Sarah)
Email (Website): firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Information: Practical demonstrations, Credit card facility
Wednesday 18 September 11am to 4pm
Wheelchair access: Partial
Bring yourself and other art-lovers to the Open Studios month #hertsopenstudios #barnetartists.
How is the making of a new page for the website worthy of a blog post? Well, because I’d be lying if I said it didn’t surprise me how straightforward it was. The complexity of the ways in which I have worked with clay in engagement projects has only now been given clarity.
Recently I have been investigating the latest research in Arts for Health and Participation art and it seems that I was ahead of the curve on this. Measuring the value and impact of these engagements on a national scale has been outside of my scope but I am fortunate that this has been going on amongst key innovators and influencers in this field, in the guise of Clayground Collective and their directors Duncan Hooson and Julia Rowntree in 2012/13.
My own work has my own maker’s mark on, if you will, working with groups in a more intimate way, in a kind of off-grid way but still in the public realm; it’s focus remains the celebration of the power of making to transform lives.
The driving force behind this post, though, is really the capacity for distillation: to write one page that distills a huge breadth and depth of work and maintains an overview has been a small revelation to me, and worthy of sharing.
Take a look at the new page! https://www.sarahcorearts.com/about-2/educator/
It was a great way to start the weekend! I was given a platform to speak about my work as part of the Hertford Arts Trail 2019 launch night at Hertford Castle. The audience were a sea of new faces to me so very unlike the teaching experience of more recent years (I am also remembering presenting to large delegations of surgeons in a previous working life!). It was a warm welcome and I really enjoyed the experience. Thank you Hertford Council and Courtyard Arts for the opportunity!
It was a great to meet so many people at the Nude Tin Gallery on Friday night. The opening was a great success with collectors and artists meeting and talking about their interests. Thanks very much to the Nude Tin Gallery for a wonderful opening and for these photos of the night. The show is open until 29 January. Please take a look at the Facebook events page for full opening hours .
I am really looking forward to welcoming you to my new studio space. It has been a big inspiration in creating the new work and it would be a huge pleasure to welcome you to the place where it was made.
Open Studios is part of a month long season of open studios under the auspices of Herts Visual Arts. Hertfordshire is a large county so there is lots to see. Click on the link below to see the full online brochure. I am venue 23, Barnet and North London.
Open Studios Showcase
I am also a selected artist for the Open Studios Showcase on 30 September at St Albans Museum and Gallery. This is great opportunity to buy work and to take part in a ‘make and take’ drop-in activity to experience the wonder and immediacy of making with clay.
Bring yourself and other art-lovers to the studio on 8 and 15 September and to St Albans on 30 September.
It is here! Herts Open Studios is less than a month away.
I will be opening my studio on 8 and 15 September 11.30am – 5pm on each day. I am location number 23 in the brochure (page 14).
Entry is free entry and it is a great opportunity to see and buy latest work from my studio. The whole of Hertfordshire is also on show, with regional trails in the following areas:
Happy to announce that the next Open Studios will be in September. I have joined forces with Herts Visual Arts, bringing together the amazing range of artists that live and work in Hertfordshire. I will be open on 8 and 15 September 11.30am – 5pm. New work will be on show and there is an opportunity to buy direct (works from £150).
This promises to be an inspiring month with a great depth of Hertfordshire’s artistic talent on show throughout. Hertfordshire is a large county so there will be a lovely thick booklet to whet the appetite and to keep everybody engrossed for the whole month. I will be listed as ‘Enterprise Arts’, and will be showing with a colleague, Hilary Kidd, who works with mixed media 2d photography and print. See more of her work at www.hilarykidd.com.
Register your interest by contacting me via the contact page to receive the brochure but watch social media for updates and developments: #hertsopenstudios