Former Glory is a bespoke upcycling furniture business specialising in lampshades and reloved vintage furniture, based in Derbyshire.
We went along to the third Swop n Shop on Saturday 20th October, this time held at Banks Mill, to have a good rummage!
The University of Derby’s Evolve is working with Friar Gate Studios to provide local artists with an exciting new platform to showcase their work.
Next month sees the launch of the PINT Contemporary Arts Festival. A multi-venue independent arts event in Burton Upon Trent. The project is the brainchild of town artist Alistair Kennedy.
Artist Maja Mihajlovic's 'misremembered spaces' are the uncanny places through which we wander in our dreams
Belper artist Ruth Gray decided to stay at home this year for her holiday, so she began to look around her home town for inspiration and treat it as a 'staycation' rather than a vacation!
Ilkeston based sculptor, Rachel Carter has recently been commissioned to design a piece of public art for a new housing development in the Mickleover area of the city.
A new exhibition linking to the work of Joseph Wright of Derby, The Enlightenment and what this period meant to the city of Derby and the Midlands, will take place in QUAD, Derby, from October.
Wirksworth Arts and Architecture trail is part of the September long Wirksworth festival. Rob went down to take a look.
Rob caught up with Derby-based artist and designer, Lesley Warrington to find out more about her work and upcoming projects.
Derbyshire artists are invited to submit work to be displayed in a 6-week exhibition at Derby Museum and Art Gallery.
For two weeks in September New Mills will become an art gallery as New Mills Arts Trail takes part in the town’s festival fortnight.