Saturday, 22 September 2012
We were very excited to find our exhibition had been selected as one of the exhibition highlights in the Guardian Guide - 22/09/2012.
Here is their lovely summary of the exhibition at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum:
We are extInked, Rugby
Launched in 2009 to celebrate Charles Darwin's 200th birthday, extInked is a strange and unusually affecting project combining graphic art, tattooing, photographic documentation and community action. From November of that year, 100 drawings of endangered birds, plants, reptiles, mammals and invertebrates were permanently transferred by Ink Vs Steel on to the various body parts of 100 volunteers who then became extInked living ambassadors. This show includes the original drawings and documentary images of the whole project, but it's the portraits that convey a passionate commitment to the cause.
Rugby Art Gallery and Museum, to 10th November 2012.
Thursday, 20 September 2012
Saturday, 15 September 2012
Gavin Parry and David Penny (pictured above) from Anatomy Projects were at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum for the launch of the exhibition showing visitors how their restored Victorian Studio Plate Camera works and taking some new portraits.
We would like to thank Jessica Morgan and her team at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum for all of their hard work and support with this exhibition.
We are extInked will be open until 10th November 2012. Free and open to all.
For Further information please contact:
Rugby Art Gallery and Museum
Little Elborow Street
Photography by Simon Liddiard.