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THURSDAY 30 AUGUST

7am-10pm Children’s Art & Handdrawn Books by Doreen Cullen at Penicuik Library Carlops Rd

10am-4pm Summer Open Exhibition & Turner Prize competition, Arts Centre upstairs West St.

10 am–4 pm: Tomoko Nagatsuka  -bold abstract pieces from old kimonos, Gallery Café West St.

Shops & shop windows: Amitie, Headcases, Penycoe Press. Flowers by Lindsey, Optical Express 

10 am-3pm: day four of Jane Kelly pottery summer school, Valleyfield House, 17 High St  (prebooked)

7pm Poetry and Prose evening: Tyne & Esk, and Penicuik Writers’ Circles and guests read poems and prose. free new Penicuik library, Carlops Rd

7.30pm Dialogues of Love: Hugh Hillyard-Parker bass, Annie Patch soprano, Graham Macdonald piano: Arts Centre upstairs West Street £5

   

Doreen books, Library      Gallery Cafe ~ Fresh organic bread 11am         Aine Divine portraits at l’Amitie restaurant John St

Gallery Café ~ Tomoko Nagatsuka                                                                                     Arts Centre ~Dialogues of Love

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FRIDAY 31 AUGUST

9am-8pm Children’s Art & Handdrawn Books by Doreen Cullen at Penicuik Library Carlops Rd

10am-4pm Summer Open Exhibition & Turner Prize competition, Arts Centre upstairs West St.

10 am–4 pm: Tomoko Nagatsuka  -bold abstract pieces from old kimonos, Gallery Café West St.

Shops & shop windows: Amitie, Headcases, Penycoe Press. Flowers by Lindsey, Optical Express 

10 am-3pm: day five of Jane Kelly pottery summer school, Valleyfield House, 17 High St  (prebooked)

2pm onwards:  Puppets of Penicuik, Free Puppet workshop with Sheila Anderson; South Kirk Hall, West Street

7.30pm Festival Ceilidh with Bill Richardson Scottish Dance Band & caller Annabel Oates £6 BYOB

Doreen books, Library       Penicuik Community Arts exhibition upstairs, Arts Centre, West St

Gallery Café ~Tomoko Nagatsuka        John Street shops ~Kenneth McQueenie & Aine Divine

Town Hall ~Friday Night Festival Ceilidh with caller Penicuik’s Annabel Oates

 

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SATURDAY 1 SEPTEMBER

9am-8pm Children’s Art & Handdrawn Books by Doreen Cullen at Penicuik Library Carlops Rd

10am-4pm Summer Open Exhibition & Turner Prize competition, Arts Centre upstairs West St.

10 am–4 pm: Maggie Mowbray Paintings at the Arts Centre’s Gallery Café 4 West Street

10 am–4 pm Cathie Ritchie’s Stained Glass Workshop day 1: Beeslack High School 2 days £52

materials & tools provided, prebooking recommended  01968 673893

11am–4pm PENICUIK ARTS TRAIL: Open studios at John Street, High Street, & Ninemileburn

Shops & shop windows: Amitie, Headcases, Penycoe Press. Flowers by Lindsey, Optical Express  

11am–4pm Ian Newton’s Stonecarving & lettercutting open studio at Spital, Ninemileburn

Town Hall exhibitions today by

Beltane studio bronze cast sculptures & video about bronze casting

Anthony Edge exhibition of baroque viola de gambas, consort instruments, Renaissance instruments, French early 18th century instruments

Ulla Hipkin runes on silk

Sue White Oakes sculpture in bronze

Leah Robb paintings of human emotions

Catriona Taylor paintings

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11 am “Next Goal’s a Winner” -Penicuik Arts presents free Dads and Lads storytelling for children & adults at Penicuik Library

1-4pm Autumn Flower Show by Penicuik Horticultural Society at Ladywood Centre donation

-one of Scotland’s oldest flower shows –pot plants, cut flowers, vegetables, floral art. Refreshments

2 pm–4pm Animation workshop for ages 12-16 by Red Kite in the Arts Centre upstairs, West St. £4 arranged by Penicuik Arts (supported by Midlothian Council)- this is a chance for hands-on experience. RED KITE are award winning local animators, and are also giving workshops to international delegates at the Edinburgh Film Festival. Their cartoon THE IMP (a 3D black and white animated series) is broadcast on Cartoon Network US and Disney Japan.

7.30pm Evening of Gypsy inspired acoustic music from Fanattica, local balkan band the Beggar Girls, at the Arts Centre upstairs West St.

 Dads and Lads storytelling at the Library                Penicuik Community Arts exhibition at the Art Centre upstairs

 

Red Kite animation workshop at West Street                                           Beltane bronze at the Town Hall  

 

                                                                Sue White-Oakes bronzes, Catriona Taylor paintings at the Town Hall

 Catherine Freeland        & Jan Miller               & Jane Kelly at Penicuik Pottery                        storytelling yurt

Penicuik Flower show at Ladywood      Glass at Beeslack      Aine Divine portraits at L’Amitie restaurant

Gallery Café ~till 4pm: last chance to see work by Tomoko Nagatsuka    ~from 7pm: work by Maggie Mowbray

  

Ian Newton at Ninemileburn                                                                               Fanattica at West Street

Anthony Edge instruments at the Town Hall                                          The Beggar Girls at West Street

 

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SUNDAY 2 SEPTEMBER

9am-8pm Children’s Art & Handdrawn Books by Doreen Cullen at Penicuik Library Carlops Rd

10 am–4 pm Cathie Ritchie’s Stained Glass Workshop day 2: Beeslack High School 2 days £52

11am-12am  Quaker Meeting for worship in the yurt followed by simple shared lunch

1-4 pm Summer Open Exhibition & Turner Prize competition, Arts Centre upstairs West St.

Shops & shop windows: Amitie, Headcases, Penycoe Press. Flowers by Lindsey, Optical Express 

1–4 pm: Maggie Mowbray Paintings at the Gallery Café, Arts Centre, 4 West Street

3.15pm Penicuik Taize Vaults sing at historic Seton Chapel near Longniddry

 

 Doreen books, Library    Penicuik Community Arts exhibition upstairs at Arts Centre, West Street

 

Gallery Café ~ Maggie Mowbray                                                         Yurt ~Friends meeting

Penicuik Taizé Vaults sing at Seton Chapel

 

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MONDAY 3 SEPTEMBER

9am-10pm Children’s Art & Handdrawn Books by Doreen Cullen at Penicuik Library Carlops Rd

10am-4pm Summer Open Exhibition & Turner Prize competition, Arts Centre upstairs West St.

10 am–4 pm: Maggie Mowbray paintings & constructions at the Gallery Café 4 West Street

Shops & shop windows: Amitie, Headcases, Penycoe Press. Flowers by Lindsey, Optical Express 

1.30pm-2.30pm Musical Minnows for 0-5yrs sing move feel & use music North Kirk 01968 673338

 

Musical minnows at the North Kirk        Maggie Mowbray at the Gallery Café             Kenneth McQueenie at Headcases

            

Aine Divine portraits at L’Amitie                 Penicuik Community Arts exhibition upstairs at Arts Centre, West Street

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TUESDAY 4 SEPTEMBER

7am-10pm Children’s Art & Handdrawn Books by Doreen Cullen at Penicuik Library Carlops Rd

10am-11am Musical Minnows for 0-5yrs sing move feel & use music North Kirk 01968 673338

10am-4pm Summer Open Exhibition & Turner Prize competition, Arts Centre upstairs West St.

10am–4pm: Maggie Mowbray Paintings at the Gallery Café 4 West Street

Shops & shop windows: Amitie, Headcases, Penycoe Press. Flowers by Lindsey, Optical Express 

11am–4pm Stonecarving & lettercutting on view at Spital Stonework Studio, Ninemileburn

Stonecarving and lettercutting by trainee Gus Fisher, local young UK arts prizewinner

7.30pm Sing, play or listen, Acoustic music session in Cragiebield House Hotel folk, trad. rock C+W

   

Ian Newton stonecutting                       Gus Fisher

 

Penicuik Community Arts exhibition at the Art Centre upstairs                            Gallery Cafe ~ Fresh organic bread 11am

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Maggie Mowbray Gallery Café                  Musical minnows North Kirk                             Music session Cragiebield Hotel

 

 

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WEDNESDAY 5 SEPTEMBER

9am-10pm Children’s Art & Handdrawn Books by Doreen Cullen at Penicuik Library Carlops Rd

10am-4pm Summer Open Exhibition & Turner Prize competition, Arts Centre upstairs West St.

10 am–4 pm: Maggie Mowbray Paintings at the Gallery Café 4 West Street

Shops & shop windows: Amitie, Headcases, Penycoe Press. Flowers by Lindsey, Optical Express 

    

Gallery Café ~ Maggie Mowbray paintings & constructions                        Aine Divine portraits at L’Amitie  

Penicuik Community Arts exhibition at the Art Centre upstairs                   Headcases ~Kenneth McQueenie

 

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THURSDAY 6 SEPTEMBER

7am-10pm Children’s Art & Handdrawn Books by Doreen Cullen at Penicuik Library Carlops Rd

10am-4pm Summer Open Exhibition & Turner Prize competition, Arts Centre upstairs West St.

10 am–4 pm: Maggie Mowbray Paintings at the Gallery Café 4 West Street

Shops & shop windows: Amitie, Headcases, Penycoe Press. Flowers by Lindsey, Optical Express 

7.30 pm The Open Heart: Clarelynn Rose & Roddy Johnston -songs & lute , Arts Centre upstairs West St.

Maggie Mowbray       Gallery Cafe ~ fresh organic bread 11am          Upstairs ~ songs & lute: the Open Heart 7.30

       

.            Aine Divine portraits at l’Amitie Restaurant               Penicuik Arts exhibition at the Art Centre upstairs

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CHARLIE BRODOWSKI   PAUL CARLINE   

LARI DON                        LINDA EARLY       

RICHARD DEMARCO           GUS FISHER

CATHERINE FREELAND       JAN MILLER

JAMES SPENCE         ANDREW TURNER

 

Friends of Penicuik Arts

 

 

 

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