For the first time, Aberdeen Artists Society is exhibiting at Haddo, in partnership with the National Trust for Scotland.
The three elements of the exhibition complement the three areas in which it is housed.
The Mobil Room: An open exhibition, curated by Susie Hunt, of selected framed work (paintings, drawings, artists’ prints, photographs, mixed media and textiles)
The Pheasantry: Artists’ residencies where selected artists will make and show work.
Haddo House South Wing Courtyard: An exhibition of 3D work (sculpture, film, image projection, installation, textiles and sound) in a show entitled “Experimental Use of Space” (curated by Margaret Preston, Jane Hislop and Roderick Scott). The art works are set in the unique spaces in and around the amazing South courtyard of Haddo House, an area the public rarely get a chance to visit. The washroom contains a show, curated by Jane Hislop, of art work by young (under 19) artists.
Artists participating in the exhibition include:
Margaret Preston, Jane Hislop, Roderick Scott, Mags Grey, Kevin Morris, Susan Cassie, Mary Cane, Merlyn Riggs, Rosie Wood, Ann Craig, April Pressley, Gilyan Noble, Helen Denerley, Gerry Stott, Shelagh Brown and Hannah Halliday.
Follow the progress of the exhibition at the Aberdeen Artists Society Facebook page.
Exhibitions open on the following dates:
Saturday 6th October 11 – 6.30
Sunday 7th October 11 – 5.00
Monday 8th October 11 – 6.30
Tuesday 9th October 11 – 4.30
Wednesday 10th October 11 – 4.30
Thursday 11th October 11 – 4.30 (MOBIL ROOM 2D SHOW CLOSED)
Friday 12th October 11 – 6.30
Saturday 13th October 11 – 6.30
Sunday 14th October 11 – 4.00
Saturday 20th October 11 – 4.00
Saturday 6th October 2018 - Saturday 20th October 2018
Venue: Mobil Room, South Wing Courtyard and The Pheasantry
Haddo House & Country Park, Heritage Lottery Fund and Aberdeenshire Council