The exhibition in the Library

The exhibition in Droitwich Library is the final event of the ArtsFest 2017. 24 artists showed their works in various media. More »

The Best in Show at Hanbury Hall

A beautiful painting ‘Royal Scot 66113 Cameronian’ by Kenneth Robinson was voted by visitors as the best artwork. More »

DAN annual exhibition at Hanbury Hall

Each year DAN members hold an annual exhibition in the prestigious venue, Long Gallery at Hanbury Hall. More »

Handel Water Music

Droitwich Spa celebrated Handel Water Music with a concert and historical reenactment. More »

DAN members artwork selection

DAN members are very diverse in their artistic expressions - there are the excellent watercolourists, oil painters, photographers... More »

Droitwich ArtsFest 30th June - 28th July 2018

Droitwich Arts Festival. Four weeks of mostly free events. Music, art, crafts, dance, exhibitions, drama, and poetry. More »

 

Droitwich bunting project

Bunting 7 mayWychavon District Council and Droitwich Arts Network are organising World War I Bunting making project and invite public to take an active part.

Number of bunting kits are ready to be picked up at few points in the town – The Old Library, Ems haberdashery shop, The Library and The Meetbox.

The deadline to bring back your bunting triangle, decorated and ready to set up is 7th May. All triangles will be displayed along Droitwich High Street and Victoria Square and in the library during Droitwich Arts Week from 21 – 28 May.

All bunting making kits are FREE.

Free bunting making workshops for children and adults will be held in The Old Library on 9th April. Find more information here.

 

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.

St. Richard’s Festival exhibition application form

St. Richard’s Festival exhibition will be held in St. Andrew’s church during the festival, from 30th April until 2nd May. On the bottom of the page you can find a link to application form that has to be returned by Saturday, 23rd April by email  thecanalsidestudios@gmail.com, or hand in at Park’s Café, Victoria Square or at The MeetBox, St Andrews Square.

DAN member John Dudley won Art Recognition Award for 2015

DAN member John Dudley, the music festival organiser and the man dedicated to discover and promote a young local talents, won Art Recognition Award that is organised by The Whychavon Community. John worked hard to present some extraordinary musicians to the local audience and visitors of Droitwich Spa festivals and other venues.

The Wychavon Community Recognition Awards 2015 were held on 15th March 2016 at Peopleton Village Hall. The top three nominations from each of the eight categories were invited along with their guests to the ceremony where the winner was announced.