Creative Hinckley’s recent preview night was for the G8 artists, Diane E Hall Graham Ensor , Robert Thacker & Maureen Cooper who are exhibiting at The Gallery until September 30th with their exhibition called ‘Trace Elements’ Supported by the Arts Council and The National Forest they worked from 2009 – 2010 on the 2 year […]
Creative Hinckley has successfully gained through to the final stage of the Nat West Community awards for 2011. They now need your vote to help them through for a possible financial award to fund projects, enhancing the valuable work they already do for the community. Just visit http://communityforce.natwest.com/project/4719 you will have to register then you will be […]
Sharon Stiengolds preview night was very well received and had sport celebrity visitors from international rugby. Creative Hinckley director and Leicester Tigers rugby fan John Brightmore invited the Tuilagis after reading in a Tigers programme about Manu Tuilagi that, when asked the question, “What would you like to do if you didn’t play rugby?” he […]
A new exhibition, Beautiful Life – Memory and Nostalgia, will be opening in The Atkins Building at Creative Hinckley Gallery on 28th November 2011, and will run until 13th January 2012. The exhibition is curated by Dr Ming Turner and was developed by South Hill Park, Bracknell and De Montfort University in partnership with the […]
Chat is the newsletter of Creative Hinckley and is compiled from contributions by our members and produced bi-monthly. Click on the link below to download the PDF. Also, in case you missed it, there’s a link to Issue #14.
Are you 8 – 18 years old? Do you live in the borough of Hinckley and Bosworth? Are you inspired by the Cultural Olympiad and London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games? Would you like some help to kick-start your sporting or creative ambitions? Would up to £50 help you to achieve your goal? Hinckley and […]
Market Bosworth Festival would be pleased to hear from artists who could offer workshops in schools. Each year we provide the opportunity for ten primary and secondary schools in Market Bosworth and surrounding villages to benefit from a one day workshop with an artist. Funding comes from the education budget within the Festival and the […]
Creative Hinckley have just released their current guidelines for any artist or group wishing to hold an exhibition of their work in the Creative Hinckley Gallery at the Atkins Building, Hinckley. The guidelines are available as downloadable Word documents, including a version compatible with older versions of Word (97 – 2004)