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York Open Studios 2016

Posted on: April 16th, 2016 by admin No Comments

Despite the untimely rain had a good turnout last night to the preview my York Open Studios event with potter Carolyn Thorpe. Open this weekend and next.(April 16/17 23/24) This is one of 70 venues of artists and makers open to the public during York Open Studios. Do come.

York Open Studios

Posted on: April 4th, 2016 by admin

I will be one of 100 artists and makers exhibiting their work for York Open Studios this April. My second year in the YOS scheme but exhibiting from my own home for the first time. My work is predominantly mixed media response to landscape. Also pleased ceramicist Carolyn Thorpe will be showing her raku pots here.

http://yorkopenstudios.co.uk/artist/Elizabeth-Sandie

Ilkley Fringe Festival. Just One Street. Thursday October 11th. 9pm. Playhouse.

Posted on: August 1st, 2012 by admin No Comments

All welcome to this free illustrated talk, North Parade at the start of two centuries as part of Ilkley Festival Fringe. Ilkley Playhouse.

International Women’s Week – Talk at St Olave’s Church Hall March 6th 2012

Posted on: February 12th, 2012 by admin No Comments

I will give a late late lunchtime talk about my Book Just One Street 1-2pm on Tuesday March 6th 2012 at St Olave’sChurch Hall on Marygate lane (the snicket that runs from Marygate carpark to Marygate.) The talk forms part of the International Women’s week events and helps celebrate York 800.

The talk will inlcude archive photographs of the area when the street was first built and talk about the big difference in the occupancy of the street at the beginning of the last century. It was part of a development that included Queen Anne’s Road built between 1895 and 1901. As this is part of International Women’s Week I will draw particular attention to the differences in women’s lives. The book Just One Street tells the story of the street’s origins and details of its occupants from the census returns of 1901 and 1911. It also gathers together stories of 30 neighbours interviewed in 2010.

£2 admission on the door includes tea/ coffee. Feel free to bring sandwiches if you are on a late lunch break – Any profits go to the church roof appeal. (Thieves stole lead from the roof last autumn much damage has been done, including damage to the Church organ.)

York Poetry Society Friday May 7th

Posted on: April 23rd, 2010 by admin No Comments

On Friday May 7th at 7.30 I will be giving a talk:  ” U.A. Fanthorpe: a temperamental outsider” to  York Poetry Society  at Jacob’s Well in  Trinity Lane off  Micklegate.   Non members  welcome –  £2 admission.

The Society meets on the first Friday of the month.

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