folk songs · Musician · performance · Wilshire folk songs

CAPTAIN SWING AND THE BLACKSMITH

The new novel by Beatrice Parvin, praised for the “musicality and lyricism of its language” is rapturously showcased with British folk music and storytelling. A riotous tale of passion and tragedy, set on Salisbury Plain in the 1840s, will be brought to life by spellbinding voices, fiddle wizardry and accordion.   ‘Captain Swing and the…… Continue reading CAPTAIN SWING AND THE BLACKSMITH

Art Academy · artist · Artists · Bath Academy of Art · Brit Art · creators · sculptor · sculpture

50 years of Brit Art at BAA

Showcasing the finest representatives of staff and alumni of Bath Academy of Art let us reflect on the last fifty years of development in British art.                 William Scott 1913-1989 It was back in the 1950s, at the beginning of a period of major artistic flourishing in Cornwall, that St Ives formed the nucleus of…… Continue reading 50 years of Brit Art at BAA

artist · sculptor · sculpture

Art in the Landscape

When we think about local history, it is perhaps easiest to think about the use of the land; those who made use of it and the changes they brought. The landscape is constantly transforming from season to season. There are changes in industry, in working practices, settlement use and advances in technology from cement to…… Continue reading Art in the Landscape