18th April - 4th May
A deconstruction to explore how narrative is created between the images of the book/through the books design.
Friday 26th April 1-3pm
Mothers Who Make is a monthly peer support group for mothers who are artists & makers.
Friday 26th April 8pm
Enjoy authentic tapas and live flamenco with Aneta Skut, dancing and palmas, Cuffy Cuthbertson, guitar and Kostka Garcia, percussion and cante.
27th April 9pm-2am
Molly's Speakeasy presents another evening of electro swinging shenanigans with Prohibition cocktails.
3rd - 19th May
An exciting programme of exhibitions, open studios, film, screenings, talks and performances.
The Site Festival Open Studios 2019 Taster Exhibition will be at the new Stroud Brewery.
On the eve of ‘May the 4th be with you’ prepare for a one-off Star Wars/Brexit mash up show like no-other.
Saturday 4th May 7.30pm
Penny Gaff; roughart cabaret with a spoken word spine.
Wednesday 8th May 7.30pm
Skin in the Game is a programme of short films that examine what it’s like to exist as a person of colour in the UK today.
Thursday 9th May 8pm
Tonight features Kevin Figes on sax.
Friday 10th May 7.30pm
Immersive soundscapes with accompanying live video manipulations from Patrick Dunn.
Notable for its energy, spontaneity and freedom, Sheridan’s work whispers tales of dreams, of hopes, of joys, of tears, and of life.
Jeff Johns is a visual artist, DJ and nominated Bristol local legend who views himself as a creative outsider.
Sunday 12th May 7pm
Can we compare a global hub like Berlin and Stroud? Charles argues that we can.
Thursday 16th May 7pm
Fire vs. Water: JMW Turner and John Constable, rivals in landscape. A talk by Dr Amy Concannon curator at Tate Britain.
23rd - 26th May
Three days of live jazz influenced music and club nights in Stroud town centre.
Thursday 23rd May 8pm
Jazz Stroud Festival 2019 kicks off with experimental pop music, raucous energetic saxophone interludes, unique poetry and a torch-controlled live performance like no other.
Friday 24th May 7pm
Jumping off from the sonic springboard of Afrofuturism, grime and future soul, all fused together with the fearless spontaneity of jazz…
Saturday 25th May
Jazz Stroud Festival continues with a line-up across Stroud town centre, starting at 2pm and pounding through until 2.30am.
Sunday 26th May 8pm
Rounding off Jazz Stroud Festival 2019; with Fabled, The Breath, Teotima and Albino Tarantino.
Every Thursday 7 – 9pm
Untutored, Bring your own materials, drop-in class. We simply share the cost of the model. £5
Term time only.
We are a group of practising artists and other creative individuals with an interest in Artist Books. We are an inclusive group, one which embraces all abilities and interests. We meet at 11am on the first Thursday of each month.
Find Stroud Artists Books on Facebook.
Mothers Who Make is a monthly peer support group for mothers who are artists & makers, in any discipline and at any stage on their creative paths.
Check the Whats On page for the latest date.
For more information please email: email@example.com.
Anna Rae-Jones of www.everyleaf.co.uk leads free monthly groups. Each event will enable participants to take a mindful look around Stroud town centre on market day, in order to find individual answers and meaning, followed by sharing with the group at the end.
Free tickets are available via the street wisdom website: www.streetwisdom.org
Next meet-up is Saturday 8th June 1pm