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12 & 13 NOVEMBER 2016

Royal Windsor Racecourse

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Over 150 exhibitors displaying painting, sculpture, glass, prints, photography and ceramics.

 

Come and see work to suit all budgets, tastes and interiors.

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23rd-24thApril 2016

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A series of workshops for adults and children run by the lovely people from Jelly.

WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES

Come and join in!

Children's Art Questionnaire

Young visitors to the fair can show us just how much they know about art (probably more than mum and dad) by filling out a questionnaire about art techniques and artists exhibiting at the fair.

There will of course be prizes!

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Este MacLeod

Este will be giving visitors the opportunity to take part in her global art project - Letter Gardens. The idea is simple and is based on a creative exercise to engage with shapes and forms.

There will also be a collaborative piece where individuals paint their initials and then turn it into a flower, to then become part of a flower garden painting.

For more information please watch these inspiring videos.

 

Interactive Art

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Saturday 14th November

Peacock Mandala Workshop, led by Katie Honan

Visitors to the show will be invited to take part in creating a collaborative art piece made specially for the Windsor Contemporary Art Fair.

All ages will be welcomed into the Jelly art space to draw individual mandalas, which will then become feathers used to decorate a large drawing of a peacock. This workshop is designed to be a calm and reflective space, allowing each visitor to create their own unique piece, with the overall project growing in beauty as more people take part throughout the day.

 

Sunday 15th November

Large scale linocut printing, Artist: Mark Webber

Mark has been making large scale lino cut maps as part of an ongoing project for the past few years. His most ambitious project to date has been a 3m long typographical print of Berlin. At this year's Windsor Contemporary Art Fair, visitors will be invited to join Mark and help him make a print of his large scale Paris map. It is a hands on activity, anyone can join in or just pop along and see the print being created.

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