Mapping out an Artistic Tour. from Mima to the Arc Other Exhibitions Currently on Show Include: ARTICLE-DESELECTED

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Mapping out an Artistic Tour. from Mima to the Arc Other Exhibitions Currently on Show Include: ARTICLE-DESELECTED


HEAD to Middlesbrough's mima to see its summer collection of exhibitions.

Running until August 16 these include POSSIBILITIES AND LOSSES - which brings together four artists who work with clay.

On the first floor visitors can also see MAPPING AN UNCERTAIN TERRAIN featuring works from mima's own collection.

Full details on 01642 726720 or log on to www.visitmima.com TIME is running out to catch artwork by The Havelock Art Group at the Museum of Hartlepool.

REFLECTIVE WATER runs until July 26 and features work by the group of women who have physical disabilities who spent 18 month putting the exhibition together.

The theme of water runs throughout the show - be it tranquil or tempestuous, still or stormy - reflecting what is above while hiding what is underneath.

The range of artwork on display includes paintings, mosaic, stained glass, photography and 3-D pieces.

Details on 01429 860077.

TWO exhibitions are currently on show at Stockton's Arc.

In the Artspace, visitors can see Alan Hampson's THE THING SEEN, HAS BEEN until July 28. …

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