COLLABORATE & EXCHANGE: CRATE Micro-Residency Exhibition

COLLABORATE & EXCHANGE: CRATE Micro-Residency Exhibition

Artists: William Hughes, James Mccoll & Sara Jackson
Partner organisations: Grandad’s Workshop, Monkton Stargazers & Windmill Community Gardens

Preview: 6:30-9:30pm, Friday 29 November 2019
Exhibition Open: 12-3pm, Saturday 30 November-Wednesday 4 November 2019

Join us to see the collaborative outcomes from our , which took place between August and September 2019.
Selected by open call, three artists were placed within local organisations and businesses for at least one week, for a chance to exchange skills and knowledge.
This exhibition explores the process of collaboration, looking at the effects of these cross disciplinary exchanges and the importance of working together to diversify and strengthen industries.

Artists & Placements

Artist William Hughes was placed with John Hislop from the Monkton Stargazers at the Monkton Observatory.
Artist Sara Jackson was placed with Frank White from Grandad's Workshop.
Artist James McColl was placed with Windmill Community Gardens.