Spike Island

I Am Making ArtMardyke Ferry Walk


Saturday 22 July 2017, 2–4pm


Free, booking advised

Various locations, meet at Spike Island at 2pm

Booking advised

Donations welcome

Event type

I Am Making Art

Connecting with Tessa Lynch’s exhibition, walk with artists Carol Laidler and Pat Jamieson to gently explore the area surrounding Spike Island. Use all your senses, writing and drawing to closely observe and uncover new ways of experiencing the environment. This walk is wheelchair accessible.

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I am Making Art

These monthly activity sessions are led by artists and take place in the Spike Island Café. Visitors of all ages and abilities can try out new techniques and approaches to making art, from drawing and painting to collage, sculpture and animation and are invited to drop in any time during the session.

Carol Laidler and Pat Jamieson

Recent collaborative works include: Changing Rooms, Cleveland Pools in Primordial Soup, FringeArtsBath (2017); Flight, a walk and performance talk, Language, Landscape and the Sublime conference, Dartington Hall (2016); Beached, installation at Dawlish Warren (2016); Every Few Hours Someone Cries, Glenside Hospital Museum (2016); Naming of Parts, Glenside Hospital Museum (2016); Waterline, installation, walk and performance talk for Royal Geographic Society Conference, Exeter (2015).

Recent exhibitions with alldaybreakfast include: Unlocked, The Vestibules, Bristol City Hall (2017) and The Unit, the Arcade, Broadmead (2016); The Time Machine, happening/durational installation at Fringe Arts Bath (2016); Concrete Evidence, installation/performance at Plymouth Art Weekender (2015).