- Inkfolk is back with our pop up café/bar whose newly renovated mill space will be used toshowcase creativity to enrich the music and arts scene of Hebden Bridge.
Every Inkfolk event will show an exhibition of artwork from all kinds of artists and we will also put on our own music night, Halcyon, where DJ’s will take you on a musical journey, full of eclectic finds and good times.
We have a fully licensed bar, serving local craft beers and wines. We also offer good teas, coffees, non-alcoholic drinks and cakes in a relaxed atmosphere with great music. Outside there is a lovely garden terrace which, combined with the exhibition space, makes Inkfolk a perfect place to meet friends, view artwork and enjoy good sounds.
Thursday 23rd August 5pm – 11pm
This exhibition will bring together the paintings of Petra Mccarthy and Stephen Millar.
Petra Mccarthy is based in Hebden bridge and will be showing some large scale pieces. Using colour and mark-making techniques, she layers the work and then uses perspex on top to to complete images in her own unique expressionist and abstract style.
Stephen Millar is based in Belfast. His paintings come somewhere between abstraction and caricature. His work makes use of the interplay between image and text, often for satirical ends.
The exhibition will run for the full four days.
Friday 24th August 5pm – 11pm
This will be an excellent chance to come and check us out for the first time, or re-visit us and appreciate the artwork with a drink and good music.
Saturday 25th August 1pm – 1am - Halcyon
Saturday daytime will be a continuation of the gallery exhibition and café/bar.
In the evening from 7pm, Inkfolk will host our music night Halcyon, with DJ’s CP and Havana Candy with special guest, Rob Bright. (BUGGED out). Ticket only. http://www.wegottickets.com/event/180254
Sunday 26th August 1pm - 11pm - Bank Holiday special With Flash Atkins and Rubberlips LIVE.
We will be opening the café/bar as a wind down session. Music will be provided by local failed super hero DJ Flash Atkins playing his usual style of cultured beats and bass, plus playing LIVE, a new and exciting electronic music collab from local musicians will be aired for the first time called Rubber Lips.
This will also be the last chance to have a look at the exhibition, view some projected visuals and have a beer with us.
See you there
Tuesday, 31 July 2012
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