30th July 2018 | Irene Runayker | Leave a comment There are many pathways to the gaining of knowledge; drawing is the major guiding concept of the works in this exhibition. the immediate, imaginative, subjective, analytic, narrative and investigative. Media and Craft intertwine in applied drawing in ceramics and craft applied found objects, photography and assemblages what we see we understand; what we do we know. Showing in the 12th century Crypt the juxtaposition of contemporary and ancient is fully explored in the video “Drawing as an Architecture of Space”. by Anna winter ARTISTS:: A.Forrest, C.Ingrams,P.Latham,P.Bartholomew RunaykerT.Walsh,S.Wiegand, V.White; GUEST ARTISTS: Victor Bowley, Photography; Joyce Corbett,Assemblages of found objects; Pam James, Ceramics, Elizabeth Claridge.Ink works on paper.