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Sturnidae Exhibition

Sturnidae Exhibition

Sturnidae -  Exhibition Art exhibition at the David Wright Gallery Artsmill Hebden Bridge Artists: Carine Brosse David Ashby Jacquie Denby Chris Murray Tony Stephenson Philippa Troutman Driven by her love of the west coast of Scotland, fascination with St Kilda…

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Beauties Farewell

Beauties Farewell Exhibition

Wednesday 9 November  -  Saturday 12 November Exhibition & Model Gallery. 19 East Parade, Leeds, LS1 2BH 2:30 - 5:30pm     For more information, please visit the website: blankpage147.wordpress.com

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Paint Her to Your Own Mind Exhibition

10th July 16 - 30th September 16 Exhibition By Volume VI of The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman Laurence Sterne's exuberant and provocative approach to telling the story of Tristram’s life and opinions has reached the point where…

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Digressions Exhibition

A display of multimedia artworks created by artist Philippa Troutman and poet Ian Duhig for the tercentenary of Laurence Sterne's birth. The Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery   The University of Leeds  Parkinson Building  Woodhouse Lane  Leeds  LS2 9JT library.leeds.ac.uk/art-gallery-events…

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Spirit of the Staircase

Philippa will be exhibiting new work in a group show at Machpelah works as part of the Hebden Bridge Open Studios 2015. Dates: 3rd 4th and 5th July Time: 11am - 5pm Venue: Machpelah Works, Station Road, Hebden Bridge, HX7…

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Press Review – Lost and Found

Laurence Sterne’s shaggy-dog novel, The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman, published between 1759 and 1767, remains one of most influential of all comic novels in the English language. Commissioned to create a collaborative artwork commemorating the 300 years…

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Digressions

Philippa is currently collaborating with the poet Ian Duhig on a project entitled DIgressions based around Shandy Hall and the legacy of Laurence Sterne. The book resulting from this will be published by Smokestack later this year while exhibitions in…

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