Crazy Cartoons and Caricatures
Posted on 14.06.16
Crazy Cartoons and Caricatures (ages 5 – 7)
Monday 4 July, 10am – 4pm
Crazy Cartoons and Caricatures (ages 8 – 12)
Tuesday 5 July, 10am – 4pm
Harbour Arts Centre
£10 (materials included)
Join cartoon and caricature artist Neil Smith for a creatively crazy day of cartooning! Draw some famous faces in the morning with an introduction to portraits and caricatures and then paint your crazy creations in the afternoon to take home. Please bring a packed lunch, snacks and plenty of water.
Posted on 10.06.16
Check out this great article on the California Feetwarmers in the Herald.
Tickets are still avaliable from the box office on 01294 274059 or via ticketweb
Posted on 26.05.16
*Special Ticket Offer*
2 TICKETS FOR £20! (A Night of Broadway + Songs Unseen) Telephone 01294 274059 to book your tickets!
The Untitled: Bad Entertainment
Posted on 17.05.16
Thursday 2 June – Tuesday 21 June 2016
Harbour Arts Centre, Studio Gallery
Launch Event: Wednesday 1 June, 6pm - 8pm
This dramatic exhibition has been created by young people from across Scotland, and includes new artists from North Ayrshire. It reveals how they see their world and how they live out its contradictions. The National Galleries of Scotland Outreach Team invited ‘the next generation’ to make the kind of art that they would want to see, inspired by the work of contemporary artists. This challenging and blackly funny exhibition, featuring films, masks, and banners presents their take on society. In the spirit of the avant-garde, they have sketched out the rules by which they would want to live if the future was in their hands.
The exhibition is presented in partnership with the National Galleries of Scotland
The Travelling Gallery is Returning to Irvine!!
Posted on 04.04.16
The Travelling Gallery returns to North Ayrshire next week with their Spring exhibition and tour.
"Here Comes Everybody" by kennardphillipps and Scott Lang is a highly collaborative project using a combination of mediums and materials such as photomontage, digital print, collage and stencils to address important social concerns, from local to global.
We hope that you will be able to pop along and visit between 11am - 5pm on Tuesday 5 and Wednesday 6 April. Entry is free.
The artists will also be holding workshops in the HAC on Wednesday 6, Thursday 7 and Friday 8 April. These are free to access and open to all. It is preferable but not essential that groups attend for all three days.
For more information please call 01294 274059.