Third Thursday Arts Talks

A series of Arts talks and presentations by artists, leading practitioners and academics from across the creative spectrum. The Talks cover a broad range of visual and creative arts; Architecture, Art, Design, Fashion, Film, Photography, Sculpture, Textiles and Theatre.

The Talks are informative, thought provoking and social.  They last approximately one hour, following which there is an opportunity over a glass of wine to socialise, discuss issues and share ideas.

Next Talk:  Paul Harber – The 60s Art Scene
Royal Academy Schools Artist Paul Harber discusses the art and individuals that emerged in the 60s art scene.  This period experienced the interaction between art and the culture chnage that was happening at the timeArts T

Reserve your tickets!

The 2020 Arts Talks are divided into 2 Season a Spring Season and an Autumn Season with 5 Arts Talks in each.

Tickets are £5 per Talk or £20 for a Season Ticket of 5 Talks.

Tickets can be purchased in advance at the Gallery or at YellowEdgeGallery.com/third-thursday-talks/

Please complete the form to reserve your ticket.

Spring Season Ticket of 5 Talks £20

About the Third Thursday Talks

All talks are 7-9 pm at Yellow Edge Gallery 107 Stoke Road.

The talks are informative, thought provoking and social. They offer an insight into different branches of the arts bringing the Arts world to life.The talks are approximately one hour, following which there is an opportunity over a glass of wine, to socialise, discuss issues, share ideas and meet new Arts friends.

Third Thursday Talk Schedule

Paul Harber discusses the art and individuals that emerged in the 60s art scene.

Hampshire based award winning, visual artist and filmmaker, Kye Wilson discusses his use of the moving image to create film, video and art installations.

Photographer Paul Bowers discusses the world’s eye view of the photographer, the images, influences and experiences and how to capture that photographic moment.

Award winning artist Karl Rudziak discusses his new project ‘We Dont Need Culture’, his work as a professional artist and what attracted him to people and portraiture.

Puppeteer Hugh Purves is known for his work on Star Wars and other movies as well as in the theatre.  Hugh will discuss hsi work and the use of puppets in the visual arts.

Yellow Edge Gallery

107 Stoke Road
Gosport
Hampshire
PO12 1LR.

Telephone:  07579 768376

Opening Hours

Wednesday – Friday  1.00 to 5.00 pm 

Saturday and Sunday 11.00am – 5.00pm

Closed Monday and Tuesday

Opening hours might vary during some exhibitions – please check the events page

Directions

Stoke Road is a short walk / taxi ride from Gosport Ferry, up the High Street.  The gallery is just before Waitrose on your left.
Bus Routes E1, E2, X5, 9 & 9A pass the gallery and there is ample free parking in the Jamaica Place car park just to the rear.