Events - Tracie Peisley
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Beyond me at The year the dream died

Porcelain plate and Forget me not stag at the Assembly Group satellite exhibition of the Whitstable Biennale


Saturday 2nd – Sunday 10th June 2018,  11am – 5pm


For more information click – The year the dream died

Second Skin at 44AD artspace

Selected for the Bath Open Art Prize 2018, part of Fringe Arts Bath (FAB)


Saturday 26th May – Sunday 10th June 2018


Opening Night – Friday, May 25, 2018 from 6 to 9pm


For more information click – Bath Open Art Prize 2018

She Murdered at 44AD artspace

Edition 4 Exhibition of contemporary printmaking


Thursday 17th – Sunday 20th May 2018


Private View – Wednesday 16th May 2018 from 6 to 8pm


44AD artspace, 4 Abbey St, Bath, BA1 1NN


For more information click – Edition 4

Irreverent Series at POW Thanet

Tuesday, March 6th – Sunday March 11th 2018


Private view – March 6th from 5pm to 9pm


The Irreverent Series takes portraits by famous Masters and superimposes women into those positions. The imagery has been cut and pasted from books rendering women as equal models and role models.


Artisans and Adventurers, 34 King St, Margate CT9 1DA


For more information click – POW Irreverent Series

Art is Something Much More Dangerous

Horsebridge Open 2018

Exhibition: 13th – 28th January


Including the works Woman Distressing and Medicine Cabinet


11 Horsebridge Road, Whitstable, Kent. CT5 1AF

Designers and Makers Market

Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd December 2017

Turner Contemporary

Rendezvous, Margate, CT9 1HG


Paintings, collages, ceramics, prints, handprinted cards for sale.

Peisley at the Fishslab Gallery

Paintings, Collages and Ceramics at the Fishslab Gallery, Whitstable.


Exhibition: 15th – 21st November 2017

Private View: Friday 17th November 2017, 6pm – 9pm.


Fishslab Gallery, 11 Oxford Street, Whitstable, CT5 1DB

Bridging Medway Competition

The Rochester Bridge Trust Top Art Prize of £1,000 will go towards making more adventurous ceramics. Thank you to the judges, Nucleus Arts, Clayspace Studios and Bridging Medway.


Coming soon – MORE ceramics at 1 Belmont Yard, Whitstable for three weekends in the Canterbury Festival from 14th/15th, 21st/22nd and 28th/29th October.


Solo show ‘Length of my longing…’ can be seen at The Fish Slab Gallery, Whitstable 14th-21st November.

Bridging Medway Prize Ceremony with Nathalie Banaigs and Genevieve Tullberg


Assembly Artists Group


Digital Collages


27th Sept – 3rd Oct 2017


Somerset Maugham Gallery

The Horsebridge Art Centre

Canterbury Festival Artist Open Studios

Carol Foster Ceramics Studio


Peisley ceramics and collages


14th – 15th,  21st – 22nd,  28th – 29th October 2017

10am – 5pm


1 Belmont Yard, Belmont Road, Whitstable, CT5 1QJ

Bridging Medway Exhibition at Nucleas Arts

PUBLICA PRIVATIS and Sing a Song of Sixpence have been selected  for the ‘Bridging Medway’ Exhibition at Nucleas Arts.


Thursday 28th September (6pm) – Wednesday 4th October (2pm)


Winners announced 28th September 6 – 8pm


The Fish slab gallery, Oxford street Whitstable

10-5pm 29th November – 6th December.
PV 1st December – 6-8pm. A show of exquisite new work by Marilyn Phipps, Kimmie McHarrie, Rachael Dickens, Jennifer Wright and Alison Lee.


Working with women

Tracie Peisley is an Artist and Kent Creative Live member, she directs a project called Pandora’s Other Box which aims to ‘expand one’s sense of what might be possible’ through engaging with the creative process in a supportive environment. She is committed to noticing and valuing the work of women artist’s in particular encouraging others to tell the stories of their art practice.


She interviews Rachael Dickens, Al Reffell, Viv Yankah and Mel Powis at their recent exhibition ‘Hold Still’ in Beltinge where Rachael has used the process of rebuilding metaphorically in her art practice and invited women to collaborate with her. The interview is both intimate and moving. Tracie believes that when women describe and share their process it speaks for and enriches others.


This will be aired on the Kent Creative Live show on Channel Radio at 4pm.

Working with women

Tracie is inviting women creatives to submit art work, in any media on the theme of SKIN at the end of August (23-30 th ) at The Horse bridge Art centre, Whitstable. Details can be found on the Kent Creative Arts Events page. Plans for Pandora’s Other Box in 2017 are under discussion.


As part of the LAPWING project Tracie will be working in September 2016 with Homestart, Canterbury, supporting women who have experienced domestic violence, through creative workshops.


Tracie will undertake further workshops with her Vatoussa Arts students ( the children and adults of Vatoussa in Lesbos, Greece) in October 2016.


The Portrait Show
The Assembly Group
Weds 28th September to Tuesday 4th October.
The Horsebridge Art Centre