EVENTS

Current Events

 

We have now set off on our new pilgrimage "The Way of Saint Martin".

Future Events

 

21-25 September 2022 - St Mary's Church, Dover. A creative exhibition reflecting the pilgrimage "The Way of Saint Martin" from Dover to Canterbury. Alexandra le Rossignol will also be running a three day icon workshop.

21, 22, 23 September 2022 - St Mary's Church, Dover. Into the Light - A Taster Course on Iconography - Join Alexandra le Rossignol for a three day taster workshop in iconography looking at local saints. During this course students will be using egg tempera and pigment together with gold leaf. Alexandra is a professional iconographer trained by Peter Murphy. Her work has sold internationally. Alex will also be doing a talk on Saturday 24th before the evening poetry event.

17-22 October 2022 - 10am to 4pm - St Peter's Church, Canterbury, Walking with Augustine - art reflecting the Augustine Camino pilgrimage route which passes through Canterbury, Follow the journey of 7 artists whose slow pilgrimage was disrupted by the pandemic. Artworks by: Alexandra le Rossignol, Liz Garnett, Sonia McNally, Fiona Taylor, Bay Lees, Marion Lynn and Caroline Hymers.

Past Events

25 September - 30 October 2021 - Saturdays only 10.30am to 5.30pm. A Creative Pilgrimage - Are We Nearly There Yet? an exhibition of the pilgrims journey from Lockdown to the final leg of their journey - pandemic permitting. Chartham Vineyard Gallery, Chartham Vineyard, Burnt House Farm, Station Road, Chartham, Canterbury CT4 7HU.

11, 13 15, 16, 17 September 2021 - 1-3pm - A Creative Pilgrimage - An exhibition of art inspired by the Augustine Camino pilgrimage route as part of Pugin Week - St Augustine's Abbey, Ramsgate, Kent.23 March 2021 - A talk by Liz Garnett and Alexandra le Rossignol to Ashford Timebank on the pilgrimage so far.

10, 17, 24, 31 October 2020 - 10.30am to 5.30pm. A Creative Pilgrimage - The Journey So Far - Part of the Canterbury Festival - an exhibition at the Vineyard Gallery at Chartham Vineyard, Burnt House Farm, Station Road, Chartham, Canterbury CT4 7HU. There will be several talks during the exhibition and details are available from Alex le Rossignol alerossi@btinternet.com

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