On Making’ with Jacqueline Moore
Jacqueline Moore, Director of Make Hauser & Wirth Somerset will host Open Source Salon accompanied by Natalie Melton, Creative Director at the Crafts Council, and Malaika Byng, Editor of Crafts Magazine.
They will explore contemporary making and the resurgence of interest in the crafted object, focusing their discussion on the value of the handmade as well as the approach and vision for the recently opened Make gallery. Whilst in conversation, guests will have the opportunity to handle, examine and interrogate objects and participate in an open Q&A.
Open Source Salon is an intimate and unique evening of discussion and dining for like-minded creatives and enthusiasts. Every salon invites special guest speakers to share their knowledge and experience on one of the key themes at the heart of Hauser & Wirth Somerset – art, architecture, landscape and food.
Tickets are £35 and include a two-course meal and a drink on arrival.
by 14 July 2019 to avoid disappointment. [ID:346]
6:30 pm Hauser & Wirth
Exhibition Tour: Unconscious Landscape.
Walking tour of ‘Unconscious Landscape: Works from the Ursula Hauser Collection’, led by Hauser & Wirth Somerset Exhibition Assistant, Tilly Dunne.
Guests will be led through the galleries and Cloister Courtyard whilst discussing significant works in the exhibition.
The exhibition, which is co-curated by Ursula Hauser’s daughter Manuela Wirth, spans all five galleries in Somerset, presenting 65 works by female artists and artists’ estates.
This is a free event, but must be booked in advance at
5:00 pm Hauser & Wirth
Into the Marvellous — An evening with Martin Shaw
Dr. Martin Shaw is one of the country’s best-loved storytellers and the leading teacher of myth of his generation. In troubled times it can be easy to fall into either despair or numbness, and it was a traditional role of the storyteller to rouse both beauty and vocation in such moments. To attend to the grace. In this electrifying evening, Shaw will bring myths that remind us of love, grief and the mysteries. He will also be talking about his new book, The Night Wages, a rumination on the vitality of ancient stories in modern times.
£10 per ticket or to carry on the conversation after the event join At The Chapel for supper £15.
Clubroom bar open from 6.30 pm; event starts promptly at 7pm.
Please let us know if you are unable to use your ticket as we often have a waiting list.
7:00 pm At The Chapel