Prema is the envy of many a metropolitan venue

Prema is a family friendly Arts Centre, promoting performance, live music and art exhibitions as well as accessible workshops, classes and creative experiences for kids and adults.

Prema, near Dursley in the Stroud valleys, offers an affordable day out for all folk in the South West.

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18 May -
13 Jul
7pm - 9pm

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The Potting Shed (Tuesday)

The Potting Shed (Tuesday)

£92/£89(c) • Friends £90/£87(c)

Get stuck in and explore the foundations of pottery in this weekly class devised by ceramicist Geg Fayle. Learn to hand-build and throw on the potter’s wheel, explore different surface textures, slips and glazes for decoration to create some sensational ceramics. This relaxed, flexible class offers you the chance to work at your own pace on a unique ceramics project.

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19 May -
26 Jun

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Charlie Rogers

Charlie Rogers

Free entry

Young, passionate photographer Charlie Rogers is currently completing his studies at City of Bristol College. He caught the photo bug three years ago during his A' level studies. Following his first forays into lens-based media and using the landscape as his focus his work has taken on a new twist, now preferring to work in a monochrome and portrait format.

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19 May -
14 Aug

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Christine Dack

Christine Dack

Free entry

From her Gloucestershire base, painter Christine Dack has become a prolific explorer, regularly dotting about the country to conquer hills and mountains, always drawing and painting and finding flashes of inspiration for her next painting. In recent years the Severn Valley and the woodlands of North Wales have brought about an impressive body of work; paintings in various scales and a family of sketchbooks in which the artist explores colour and texture.

Chris’ studio practice is ever evolving and her recent exploration is to develop a more enigmatic and abstract language within her work, giving a sense of movement through a changing vista to create a sense of mystery.

Chris' exhibition is open Wednesday to Saturday from 9am until 5pm although the space is sometimes used for classes and workshops and so calling ahead to check availabilty is advised.

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