With the Printmakers Council and presenting the work of Connor Coulston.
Private View, Tuesday 28 August 2018 6 – 8pm
Exhibition open Friday 29 August 2018 - Sunday 2 December 2018
Open daily 11am - 6pm, staffed Monday - Friday 11am - 5pm
Image: Connor Coulston Ceramics
In 2018 the Royal Over-Seas League will be honouring the centenary of the first world war. In alignment with this, ROSL ARTS are planning an exhibition around the theme of Memory in partnership with the artist run, non-profit organization, The Printmakers Council. The group show presenting a variety of work in print will be accompanied by the work of a young ceramicist, Connor Coulston. Coulston has created an entire body of work exploring his nan’s fireplace and his work has a sense of humour while intending to excite and ignite nostalgic childhood memories from the viewer. His work is a demonstration of how the theme of memory may be interpreted in any way and we look forward to seeing the body of the exhibition when it is chosen from members of the Printmakers Council especially to be hung at Over-Seas House, London.
The exhibition will be in the club as we host music events and talks around the theme of the First World War, that include a Chamber Concert, a London Military Band remembrance concert and an evening titled NEVER SUCH INNOCENCE* that presents a programme of poems, readings and music from the First World War.