Once again we are proud to congratulate and announce that the ever productive and talented Kadie Salmon is showing at the Florence Trust Winter Open. OPENS Friday 3rd February 2017 6-9pm
Florence Trust Winter Open 2017
Opening: Friday 3rd February, 6-9pm
Open: 4th – 5th February, 12-6pm
Live Programme: Sunday 5th February 3-5pm
Caroline Jane Harris
Florence Trust, St Saviour’s, Aberdeen Park, Highbury, London, N5 2AR.
The Florence Trust is delighted to invite you to the opening of the Winter Open on Friday 3rd February 2017 from 6-9pm. The Winter Open takes place at the mid-way point through our twelve artists’ year-long residency at the Trust and is the public’s first chance to explore their studios.
This year’s artists were selected from a competitive field of applicants on the strength and potential of their practice. The Winter Open, which consists of both open studios and an exhibition, is a great opportunity to meet our artists and see how their work is developing and responding to the space and the artistic community.
Mulled wine and drinks will be available through the opening night.
This year a few of the artists also offer a series of screenings and performances on Sunday 5th February 3-5pm.
For more information about the Florence Trust’s Winter Open or to arrange a tour of the exhibition with our Director or Curator, Ashlee Conery at email@example.com
About the Florence Trust
The Florence Trust offers twelve-month studio residencies commencing in August each year for up to a dozen carefully selected artists. During the residency, each artist gets 24-hour access to a studio within the Trust’s Grade-1 listed neo-gothic church; included in the Trust’s two annual exhibitions; and participates in a mentoring programme tailored to the requirements and objectives of each resident.
In the past, artists have joined the Trust at a pivotal stage in their careers and used the opportunity as a springboard to establish themselves in the London art scene and beyond. Our alumni have gone on to exhibit in museums and galleries around the world and their work has become part of major international public and private collections.