May 9, 2016
17-19 Tontine Street Studios
17-19 Tontine Street
ARRCC, Nicholas Houghton, Luke Jones, Martin Posnett, Debbie Smith, Threads, Philippa Wall
ARRCC provides a range of support, advice and training opportunities for physically and sensory impaired adults aged 18 +. They aim to help members develop abilities, learn new skills, encourage social inclusion and enable people to live independently. ARRCC try to equip disabled adults with the confidence to make the most of their lives and to give them access to all the opportunities available from the wider community.
Artist based in London and Folkestone working in a variety of media, the most common being lens-based accompanied by text, through which he tells stories.
Debbie Annette Millinery
Milliner and artist Debbie Annette, designs and creates handmade bespoke hats, fascinators and head pieces in her studio.
Luke is a visual artist who explores conceptual visual arrangements. His practice is formulated by the concept of formal decision-making of objects and imagery. He has recently been expanding his entrepreneurial skills through his involvement with Threads and the Student Makers Markets. Check out his beautiful hand bound books under the name of Cramped Hand.
Artist, with a predilection for drawing and painting his everyday environment.
Martin has been involved in the Performing Arts for the over Twenty Years both as an actor and a musician, playing lead roles in the West End as well as TV, Film and Fringe appearances. In that time he has gained an up to date experience, and a working knowledge of the Performing Arts Industry and its requirements. He has gained experience of directing both musicals and plays in the UK and New York, working with professionals and amateur actors. For the last 8 years he has focused on Singing teaching. His students have gone on to gain college places and some onto perform in the West End. He believes everyone has a voice…they just have to find it…. He is happy to help anyone try!!!
Philippa’s current work stems from a continuous exploration and development into camera-less film making. She uses techniques formed during printmaking and exposure. Her focus has always centered around the process of making. Philippa started Threads, a D.I.Y Gallery in January 2015 since then has curated Video Art Screenings, Pop-up Exhibitions and Artist Critiques.