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cluster by dermot punnett

Dorothy Cross
Alastair Mackie
Liz Orton

01–24 september 2017
creative studios and artspace


Dr Robert Burstow
Penny McCarthy
Louisa Chambers
& Emily Strange
Dr Tim Shephard
Wolfgang Buttress
Aidan Shingler
Danica Maier

Haarlem Artspace

Seminar & Talks

01–24 september 2017

september 2017 – february 2018


Internal Nebular / Veneer


This session of talks will feature presentations and
discussions examining diverse themes, and utilising the
current discourse in contemporary Art. Haarlem Artspace
provides a space for knowledge exchange, encourages
cross-fertilization of ideas and collaborations.


Dorothy Cross
Alastair Mackie
Liz Orton

‘Epitaph’ by Alastair Mackie,
commissioned originally to
commemorate the 400th anniversary
of Robert Smythson and the men who
built Hardwick Hall.
‘Internal Nebular’ will be exhibited at
the opening on 1 September, 6 – 9pm,
and during the Wirksworth Festival
weekends 9 –10 September 2017,
10 – 4pm and 16 & 17 September 2017.

16 september 2017 | 13:00 – 17:00
My Fakes and Counterfeits
presenting on on-going work
examining the archaeology of
the facsimile
Penny McCarthy is a Reader in Fine
Art at Sheffield Hallam University.
Beginning her career as a Henry Moore
Fellow in Drawing she has exhibited
extensively. Her picture essay
Time will Darken Paper was commissioned
for Esopus (New York) issue 21, 2014.
Mirror, an essay reflecting on the
relations between memory and
making, is included in the book
Memories of the Future (pub. peter lang,
june, 2017).


Danica Maier

30 november 2017
Exploring dualities of material and site
Danica Maier’s work uses site-specifc
installations and events to explore
ideas of expectations of site, traditional
values, ‘women’s work’ and labour.
Maier is interested in manipulating a
locations expected function and pushing
beyond the original intentions.
Aidan Shingler

25 january 2018
Aidan Shingler is an artist and creator
of StarDisc, a cultural landmark,
21st century stone circle and
amphitheatre in Wirksworth. Set
a top the reclaimed quarry, Stoney
Wood, StarDisc “stimulates curiosity,
encourages enquiry about the universe,
and ignites the imagination”. StarDisc
has attracted tens of thousands of
visitors and staged numerous events.

During the Wirksworth Festival
Art & Architecture Trail weekend
(9 –10 September) Haarlem Artspace
will be open to the public, showcasing
our studio holders’ work.
Studio Holders
Conor Hurford
Gavin Repton
Dermot Punnett
Natalie Hallows
Olivia Punnett
Geoff Litherland
Abbie Canning
Rosanna Scrase
Anna Mawby
Clay Smith
Olivia Peake
Kat Starczewski
Artist in Residence
J M F Casey

To find out more about our studio
holders, exhibiting artists and what
else we are up to, please visit our website

Dr Tim Shephard

All seminars and talks will be available
via podcasts on our website:


kat starczewski





The Festival fortnight continues
with dance, music, theatre, a range
of workshops and other events.
For more information go to

22 february 2018
Dr Tim Shephard is a historical
musicologist, academic researcher and
author. Lecturer in Musicology at the
University of Sheffield, Tim’s interests
are in musical cultures of the past,
(particularly Renaissance Italy).
Tim is known as an expert in the
relationship between music and visual
culture (painting, sculpture, book
illustration, and all the discussion
surrounding them).

th E

penny mccarthy

The Art & Architecture Trail
(9 -10 September) sees homes and
public spaces become galleries to
over 120 artists, including a curated
exhibition ‘Veneer’
(9, 10, 16 & 17 September).

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by graphicworkman.co.uk

26 october 2017
Wolfgang Buttress is an awardwinning artist working with public
space. He creates elegant and
contextually rich public artworks,
which seek to define and highlight
our relationship to the natural world.

Haarlem Artspace is committed
to championing rural artistic
practice inspired by landscape, the
environment and ecology. It is a place
for artists and creatives to exchange
knowledge, collaborate, engage new
audiences and connect with broader
networks. We are in an early phase of
development and have exciting plans
in store. Please connect with us and
keep in touch to hear more!


Wirksworth Festival
From 8 – 24 September 2017,
Wirksworth will come alive with art
of every shape and size.

Wolfgang Buttress

We invite you to visit our contemporary
studios for artists and creatives.
We are passionate about helping
talented, creatives thrive. As well as
studios we offer flexible co-working
space, curated exhibitions and events.
You can find us in the recently restored
Haarlem Mill, Wirksworth.



West End





Photo works by artist Liz Orton from
‘The Connection Should Make us Upset’.

Penny McCarthy

16 september 2017 | 13:00 – 17:00
Stone, landscape and geology
in modern British sculpture
Dr Robert Burstow is an academic
researcher and author, an independent
exhibition curator and a Reader in
History and Theory of Art at the
University of Derby. His research
focuses on the history and theory of
20th century British sculpture and
is widely published, most recently
in British Art in the Nuclear Age
(Ashgate, 2014).


the exhibition will include
A large video installation work
by Dorothy Cross titled ‘Stalactite’.

16 september 2017 | 13:00 – 17:00
curators talk on the wirksworth
festival parish room exhibition
Louisa Chambers is lecturer at
Nottingham Trent University.
Louisa focuses on simple folded
form, and how a folded shape can
be transfigured from a temporary
structure into a flat two-dimensional
space. Emily Strange also lectures at
Nottingham Trent University. Her
work makes reference to impossible
structures through drawing, with a
special interest in the architecture of
failed utopian Modernist projects.

Dr Robert Burstow





St Jo

The exhibition explores the
clandestine nature of geological time
and the crystalline structures it forms,
as well as connecting to the history of
stone, so much a part of the Derbyshire
landscape and identity. The works
all have a reverence to the natural
world, whilst being sited firmly in a
contemporary understanding of the
ground beneath our feet.

Louisa Chambers
& Emily Strange







Harlem Artspace presents ‘Internal
Nebular’ curated by Olivia M Punnett,
award winning artist and Director
of Haarlem Artspace. It is part of a
programme of events comprising a
seminar during the 2017 Wirksworth
Festival, and 4 further talks running
until February. The show continues on
from Haarlem Artspace’s last curation
for the Wirksworth Festival by Geoff
Diego Litherland in 2016.

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