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The Gibberd Gallery

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HARLOW Art Trust today announced that Bright Eyes, a sculpture by leading female artist Eva Rothschild, is now on view at Glebelands, Harlow until March 2022. The 10-foot-tall sculpture was safely installed yesterday by specialist art technicians. This work has been presented on the site…

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THE HARLOW artistic community gathered together to celebrate the 90th birthday of renowned sculptor Gerda Rubenstein. Gerda was not well enough to travel but that didn’t stop the community sending out heartfelt birthday messages to Gerda. Gerda has historic links with Harlow through her early commissions…

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ON Thursday 11th March, Kate Harding, Artistic Director of Harlow Sculpture Town will be discussing public sculpture in the town and on campus at ‘Rediscovering Our Sculpture’, an Art UK symposium via Zoom. This virtual conference celebrates the end of the fantastic Art UK Sculpture project…

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HARLOW Art Trust today announces the launch of a new website and digital map at www.sculpturetown.uk, making Harlow’s unique and growing urban sculpture park of over 100 public artworks more accessible than ever before at a time when, now more than ever, communities need safe…

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BACK IN early March, we let our camera showcase all the work at the Harlow Open. The wonderful Gibberd Gallery is closed just now but please have a look at the wonderful work exhibited at the Gallery. There are so many wonderful artists in our…

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THIS exhibition charts the history of Henry Moore’s iconic Harlow Family Group. The sculpture is shown for the first time alongside maquettes, archive material, and photography to explore how it has come to occupy such a significant place in the life of Harlow New Town.…

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THE Gibberd Gallery invites you to the opening of their upcoming exhibition ‘Sculptural Citizens’ this August 10th. ‘Sculptural Citizens’ explores the history of the Harlow Family Group, one of Henry Moore’s most significant commissions and earliest additions to Harlow’s nationally significant sculpture collection which today…

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THIS Wednesday The Gibberd Gallery asks you to join them for an evening of special events. 6.30pm: Cast your vote for the People’s Choice award and find out which images have been awarded prizes by this year’s special guest judges of our Open|Open exhibition. 7pm:…

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THE Young Curators invite you to the Illusions exhibition, a group exhibition by schools across Hertfordshire and Essex and curated by the Young Curators. The exhibition will be held in the Gibberd Gallery from the 22nd May – 20th July 2019. Join us for the…

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EXPERT conservationists from Plowden and Smith are working on cleaning nine sculptures in Harlow. This is all part of the National Lottery Heritage Funded project “Access to Harlow Sculpture town”. The nine pieces are Eve by Rodin Family Group – Henry Moore Trigon – Lyn…

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WHETHER you’re a beginner or a grandmaster, come along on Saturday 6th April for an afternoon of chess playing in the Gibberd Gallery with artist and enthusiast Cedric Christie. A limited number of chess sets will be provided, but you’re also welcome to bring your…

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THE Gibberd Gallery has launched a call for submissions for an exhibition exploring the creative potential of Harlow’s public spaces. The Open Open is a twist on the gallery’s much-loved annual Open art exhibition. It is designed to celebrate the soft launch of a new…

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ON the 29th January, the Young Curators will be opening the Curating Harlow exhibition, a group exhibition of work by Harlow’s emerging artists, students and graduates from the Young Curators programme. Young Curators are a motivated group of 14 – 19 year olds, curating exhibitions…

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A NEW exhibition will open on Thursday 24th January at the Gibberd Gallery: Colour Has No Words by Cedric Christie. After completing an apprenticeship at Harlow Technical College, Christie used his knowledge of welding to make sculptures, first exhibiting in 1994. He has since lectured…

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