The Craft of Self at Gracefield Arts Centre Dumfries

Curator Cat Dunn admires artist Emelia Kerr Beale's textile sculpture trust for support which features in a new exhibition Crafted Selves: The Unfinished Conversation at St Andrews Museum which opens on Saturday 14 October. The exhibition showcases the work of 13 Scotland based artists exploring dual identities in their work. Neil Hanna 07702 246823

Title:
Crafted Selves: The Unfinished Conversation

Times:
Tue - Sat 10:00 - 17:00

From: 18 May 2024

To: 3 Aug 2024

Venue:
Gracefield Arts Centre
28 Edinburgh Road
Dumfries
Dumfries & Galloway
DG1 1JQ

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Curated by Cat Dunn, Crafted Selves showcases work by 13 established and emerging Scottish-based artists exploring what it means to have a dual identity in range of media, including sculpture, painting, ceramics, textiles, installation, film and creative writing. Many of the artists have a sense of self from having a cultural heritage which is both Scottish and one which is rooted in another cultural home, while others explore dualisms in sexuality and disability. They include Barbados-born Alberta Whittle, who represented Scotland at the 2022 Venice Biennale, and Zimbabwe-born Sekai Machache, who represents that country at the 2024 Venice Biennale. See our review from January 2024, when the exhibition was at St Andrews Museum.

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