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Soil Culture

You should know this - 2015 is the official UN Year of Soil.

I am showing a new work produced at Hauser & Wirth Somerset in this touring show put together by CCANW.
It opens in Bristol at Create (on July 4 (from 6pm - do come) running till August 26.

Create Centre
Smeaton Road
Spike Island

tel: 0117 925 0505

Nina Pope, Karen Guthrie & Rebecca Day at Filmhouse, Edinburgh

And Relax....

Gosh, that was the week that was.

Two screenings of The Closer We Get at Edinburgh International Film Festival and one at Open City Dcoumentary Festival in London.
A lot of (great) reviews.
One award (thanks, Open City!)
Much laughter and tears.
Many old friends :-)

Ye Olde Somewhere

Most ex-printmakers like us seldom see our old work getting the light of day, though of course in many private houses it's probably being enjoyed daily - in fact a buyer of one of my degree show prints from 1991 recently contacted me about buying another print 24 years later - and with a his (slightly) healthier bank balance!

So it was my good fortune to drop by GOMA (Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow) to see 'Ripples in the Pond' a group show including two prints from 1992 by us - that's three years before we even started collaborating as Somewhere!

It's a fascinating show as it's conceived as a conversation between works by women on paper and moving image and was generated by partners Modern Edinburgh Film School, along with LUX Scotland and Glasgow Women’s Library. There is a screening room along with lots of very diverse pieces.

Our two small prints were created at Edinburgh Printmakers Workshop, a wonderful place where we both worked at one point, and they then we acquired by Glasgow City Council (I can't remember how) and until now have lived in a planchest in storage, so it's great to see them again and to know that they have interested someone enough to draw them out into the public eye again.

And on a library table in the show, there is a copy of the lovely 'Guide to Somewhere' produced for last years show in Kettles Yard!

AND the show runs until April 2016 - so no excuses if you are in town!

More about the show can be found here.


This is our final season programming the lovely Floating Cinema, so join us as often as you can this summer as we leave London for the first time and float to Bristol.

This Friday 5 June we kick off at Brentford with Kevin MacDonald's acclaimed film 'Life in a Day' - an epic collection of everyday brilliance, collated from 80,000 contributors from around the world.

Enjoy canal side refreshments, and find out more about our ambitious voyage and action packed programme of screenings, events and artists commissions that will unfold along the route.

20.00 Explore the Floating Cinema and enjoy canalside refreshments
21.15 Speeches
21.30 Open Air screening programme
23.00 Event ends


FREE, Booking essential, limited capacity available.

As there is limited capactiy, book online here via Eventbrite.

Please note the finale open air film is rated 12A and children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult.