DAN network exhibitions


Prabhjot Virdi-Smith at The Button Tree Cafe

Prabhjot Virdi-Smith is a experienced photographer and her work is inspired by the beauty and wonders of nature. She enjoys travelling and exploring new places. Prabhjot finds most of her inspiration from landscapes and from architecture. She likes to play with light and shade, and searches for a specific atmosphere and the richness of various textures. 

The Meetbox April programme

Every month in the future you will find a monthly programme of The Meetbox here on the website. As it is an outline of the events, for more details or to book or register your interests, please contact Karen (07789 912627)  or Justine (07725 488513) or pop in The Meetbox (open Tue-Sat 11.30am – 4pm).

The Meetbox address: St. Andrew’s Square, Shopping Centre, Droitwich Spa, WR9 8HE

Al Haden’s photography in Park’s Cafe

Al Haden LRPS, the Chairman of Droitwich Camera Club and member of Droitwich Arts Network, has his photographs exhibited in Park’s Cafe from 4 April until 2 May. Al shows a selection of landscapes, airplanes, abstracts and animals in colour, black and white and monochrome photographs.

Tamara Jelača ‘s embroidered illustration

Tamara Jelača has a two-weeks display in Droitwich Library, from 2 April until 16 April. She chose to show her small-format embroidery that was part of the series of illustrations for contemporary American poetry. The piece is inspired by Louis Simpsons famous poem “American Poetry”. Simpson described a poem like a silver mine. Silver does not usually sit on the top of the earth to be grabbed by any prospector. The miner needs to dig, excavate, and search for precious metal. Poetry requires the reader to do the same. For me, a poem is like a tornado. Like a powerful swoosh of ink, words and meanings.