Third Thursday Talks
Reserve your tickets!
There are 7 Arts Talks in our 2019 season and tickets for each Arts Talk costs £5 per person. The maximum number of tickets for any Talk is limited to 40.
Tickets therefore need to be purchased in advance or reserved, for payment on the night. Knowing the numbers of people coming helps us plan the event but more importantly ensure we avoid turning people away on the door because we are full.
Please complete the form to reserve your ticket.
If you are planning to come to our Third Thursday arts Talks more than a couple of times in the 2019 season why not take advantage of a season ticket?
The 2019 season ticket for the remaining 6 Talks will cost £25 instead of £30.
If you regularly go to events with someone why not consider a Partner season ticket? A Partners season ticket (for two people) for 6 Talks costs £50.
Season Tickets can be reserved online or purchased at Yellow Edge Gallery. 4
About the talks
All talks are 7-9pm at the gallery in Stoke Road.
A series of Arts talks and presentations by leading practitioners and academics from across the creative spectrum. The talks will cover a broad range of visual and creative arts including: Art, Design, Fashion, Film, Performance, Photography,Poetry, Music and Theatre.
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.
Tickets for the Third Thursday Talks are £5 and there is a maximum audience size of 50. Tickets are available to purchase in advance at Yellow Edge Gallery or can be reserved above.
Royal Academy Schools artist, Paul Harber discusses the influences
and events that inform his painting. He will talk about his work in the exhibition, the models he uses, his approach to visual story telling and his use of humour and social comment.
Although Paul’s work is strongly figurative, he will discuss how artists like
Kandinsky and Mondrian have informed his work. Paul trained at Chelsea School of Art, did his MA at the Royal Academy Schools and was a lecturer in Fine Art and Art History. He has exhibited widely both in London and beyond and is a regular exhibitor with the Royal Society of Portrait Artists and the Royal Academy Summer Shows. His work is in national collections, including the Arts Council and Glasgow University.
His work is in the figurative, realist tradition and often refers to previous periods of art history including Renaissance, Counter Reformation and Roman art, but always concerns contemporary life. His work sometimes contains references to gesture and symbols; using iconography ‘out of context’ in a gentle, humorous and ironic manner.
Reserve a ticket above, or on Eventbrite here.
Jemima is a visual artist exploring ideas around the body in motion and the dialogue it has with the surrounding space. She works collaboratively with artists from different disciplines to create dynamic projects that take form in short films, live performances, installations and written research. Find out more>
The world of comic strip is a world of entertainment. It’s a mass communication medium. They delight the eye, establish characters, tell a story, and produce a punch line. But they have a long history sidelining both art and literature. Get the picture from cave art through to the present day with examples of American, European, Asian and British strips. See the influence on contemporary art and the rise of the graphic novel. Discover the artists from Opper to Lia.
Presentation by local Arts group Peninsular Artists, who discuss their work and influences using examples from their work, which will be on show in the gallery.
Visually impaired artist Clarke Reynolds talks about his influences and how he sees his art.
Yellow Edge Gallery
107 Stoke Road
Telephone: 07579 768376
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.