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Helen Lindon(Contributor)

Helen’s studio is on the South East coast of England a few metres from the shore, looking out to sea. “As I make my work I see, hear and feel the sea churning and pounding…relentlessly rising and falling through all seasons and all weathers. I love it and fear it and wonder at it – in awe of its immense power and beauty. The sea defences here are constantly under stress from the crashing waves and in the not too distant future, the…

We were delighted to be invited by Helen Lindon to conceive a collaborative event for SALT: The Sea and The Environment festival in Folkestone co-curated by Folkestone Quarterhouse, Folkestone Fringe and Karen Shepherdson from Canterbury Christ Church University. A Table of Elements was an exhibition, which opened with a curated conversation with a group of invited guests from different walks of life about climate, inner and outer weather and…

Land & Sea Exhibition Royal Cinq Ports Yacht Club April 10th – April 12th 2015 Works from left as you enter the exhibition: Engraving from a painting of Dover by William Turner View of Dover by C.W.1879 (painting) On the Goodwin Sands by T.U.Kingsbury Dover Harbour in 1856 by Henry Pether Boating to Windward by T.U.Kingsbury South Prospect of Dover in the County of Kent (Etching) Misty morning Dieppe by T.U.Kingsbury Dover Douvres by…

Pupils at St Mary’s CEP enjoyed two 2 and a half hour sessions exploring space with Helen Lindon: Day 1: ‘Space the Final Frontier’ We started with a slide presentation about colour and space, how we see, and how the use of colour has developed through evolution and how colour affects emotion. We then worked on practical exercises, seeing how the same colour would look different on different backgrounds and how we could make…

Watercolour Workshop Royal Cinque Ports Yacht Club April 12th 2015 “With so much diverse talent, abilities and approaches in the room we would like to call on this pool of knowledge to energise and inspire the workshop. We won’t do this in a formal way but by doing what we are doing and interacting if and when appropriate with others. Clare Smith, myself and Helen Lindon are happy to help anyone at any time if something specific comes…

As part of the STEAM UNIVERSE project, the artists have created a poster and a set of booklets for teachers to download as an inspirational resource. To obtain a large printed poster to hang up in your school please contact info@dadonline.eu. The downloadable zines have been created as small folded booklets from a single sheet of paper. They act as prompts to encourage creative learning, according to Greg “like no other worksheet…

DAD @ SALT(Update)

The DAD Chalk Up 2016 film production Weathertime was screened in the cosy, dry and atmospheric Folkestone Sea Sports during the 2016 SALT festival which was blessed with heavy rain and beautiful sunshine. The film is a visual diary of the weather in the channel in September 2015 by 30 visual artists from the coasts of France Belgium and the UK with several entries from Folkstone artists. The individual responses in painting, drawing, print and…

Our 10th anniversary year is feeling very special and receiving the Kent Creative ‘Arts Organisation of the Year’ award in May gave us a real boost. The appreciation of DAD’s work continued 2 days later in the speeches and feedback we received from visitors and participants at the INSPIRATION = DOVER concert and exhibition at Dover Town Hall on 20 May. The event was the culmination of Chalk Up, our cultural tourism project, and of the Dover…

LAND & SEA Watercolour workshops Sunday April 12th 2015 Lord Nelson Suite Royal Cinq Ports Yacht Club Emma Cooke, Heather Howarth, Ann Doherty, Ruth Mitcheson, Helen Hofmann, Dinah Hook, Jon Hogbin, Liz Pallister, Victoria Pasquino, Cathy Trinder, Deborah Colam, Lyn Bebbington, Richard Kemball-Cook, Caspar Krabo, Sharon Zelenczuk, Moira Eddy, Chris Burke, Fleur Whitfield, Helen Lindon, Clare Smith and Joanna Jones, all participants in the…

May 9th 2018 at 11 am in the Dover Silver screen cinema saw the Mayor and Mayoress of Dover Cllr and Mrs Rix, and others from Dover Town Council join invited guests for the Pebbles screening event. The meaning, history, geology and importance of the English Channel pose many questions and in 2016 Dover Town Council commissioned DAD to deliver the Pebbles Project to deepen the public ’ s understanding and appreciation of Chalk and Pebbles. The…