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BEHIND THE SCENES AT CRISPIN HALL MIXED MEDIA, PAINTING, PRINTMAKING


Explore unseen areas of the newly-restored Crispin Hall and discover inspiring art in unusual places. Hidden away from view, a Victorian ticket booth and the back-stage room, filled with diverse work from Somerset artists Lydia Needle, Caroline Walsh-Waring, Joanna Briar, Rachel Stocker and Maggie Powell.


Textile and mixed media using found materials combined with wool and stitch, surrealist oil paintings and ceramics, linocut, drypoint etching and mokulito printmaking, digital images printed on paper and fabric, laser-etched linen, paper and wood. Crispin Hall, 83 High Street, Street, BA16 0EZ 01458 656885 • joannabriarprints@yahoo.co.ukjoannabriar.co.uk


Directions: Located on the main High Street at the crossroads with Leigh Road, within easy walking distance of Clarks Village where there is plenty of parking. Opening times: 10am - 5pm


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RED BRICK BUILDING PAINTING, PHOTOGRAPHY, DIGITAL MEDIA, MOVING-IMAGE


The Red Brick Building will host a multi-media extravaganza including photography, painting and site-specific installations by our in-house artists John Fleming, Paul Branson and Julie Lovelock plus invited guests from the local creative community.


Morland Road, Glastonbury, BA6 9FT 07790 257920 • events@redbrickbuilding.co.ukredbrickbuilding.co.uk Directions: On the A39 between Street and Glastonbury. Opening times: 10am - 5pm


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