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Article by Julia Finnegan

Whether it is the unique timbre of their voice that speaks to you, or their concise...

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WHY PAINT? OKWA

JUNE 24TH-AUGUST 7TH, 2021


In this show OKWA artists address the question(s):  What does paint do for you in your expression?  Why do you choose it rather than another medium?  

OKWA paints: Group Exhibition

June 24th-August 7th, 2021

Tim De Rose: New Works August 12 - September 18, 2021

Sticks and Stones: A Collaborative Installation 

September 23 - October 30, 2021

A Show of Smalls: Group Show 

November 5 - December 24, 2021

PAST EXHIBITIONS.

PHILEEN DICKINSON - COVID STUDIES 2020: EXTROSPECTION

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ArtBook - We Learn at Home

In We Learn at Home, Miriam Elia’s follow-up to last year’s hit We Go to the Gallery, Mummy takes John and Susan out of their local school to be reeducated at home—though not before tagging the walls of St. James’ Primary with the words “Fascist Scum.” In order to introduce their young minds to a new, alternative worldview, Mummy will ground all learning in a feelings-based outlook, free of any actual facts or skills, and reevaluate core subjects such as mathematics, religion, philosophy and art. John and Susan burn the Union Jack, debate and learn to paint their inner children. Key vocabulary for young readers includes terms such as “Marx” and “Buddha.”

Pocket-sized, printed in bold colors and written in clear, simple English, the Dung Beetle Learning series pays tribute to and skewers the much-loved British Ladybird early learning children’s books of the 1960s, with our child protagonists learning about contemporary art and politics rather than helping their parents around the house. In We Go to the Gallery, Susan found that the decay of Western civilization smells like rubbish, John learned that some toys are only for venture capitalists and the siblings discovered that God is dead. What new lessons will Mummy teach?

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