Creative Exchange 2019 Graduates

Today was a fitting date for our three amazing Creative Exchange participants to complete their program with Duck ‘n Weave – they took their ‘creative leap’ on Feb 29th!

We’ve not only forged lovely friendships over the last twelve months, but also kept each other accountable creatively. We’ve cheered each other on when challenges have arisen, and commiserated when things have gone awry. And because creativity doesn’t exist in a vacuum, we’ve also shared other milestones together too!

We spent time reflecting on the benefits of the Creative Exchange and will have something to share with you shortly based on these conversations.

In the meantime, we wish Fatema, Sue and Naomi all the best for their creative endeavours – a new studio space, a book, online workshops, using the word ‘artist’ near your name… so much to look forward to! Thanks for joining us in the inaugural Creative Exchange xx

You can find out more about these artists in our Participant Profiles page.

If you are interested in joining the next Creative Exchange, starting at the end of May 2020, check out our information page for more details about cost and structure.

Balance – Fringe 2020

Our exhibition for the Fringe Festival in 2020 is about trying to find a place somewhere in between chaos and boredom, light and dark…

Cheryl, Donna & Niccy at the opening of Balance.
Work by Donna Gordge.
There’s always hidden treasure at Cru if you look for it! Work by Cheryl Evans.
Work on the right wall is by Cheryl Evans (large blue paintings) and Niccy Pallant (smaller framed pieces).
We are so grateful to Martin and Deb at Cru Tapas Bar & Kitchen for their continuing relationship with Duck n Weave.