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Join us for Open for Art 2017

Open for Art is back Friday 30 June – Sunday 2 July  This fourth year of Open for Art celebrates design, the arts and creativity, from marking the 100 years since the birth of iconic British Designer, Lucienne Day to exhibiting the work of Reading’s emerging designers, artists, performers and makers of all ages. Come […]

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Things are changing

Many things are changing at jelly – firstly we have left Jacksons and fit out begins on our next home in Broad Street Mall. The website is also changing too, to make things easier so bear with us whilst we get everything into the right places. As well as change, we still have plenty going […]

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Pigeon Street, back at last…

jelly friend Peter Lang is an animation artist who makes animated paintings and runs animation workshops in and around Reading. From art college, Peter specialised in children’s broadcast TV where he created the much loved 80s TV show ‘Pigeon Street’. Now, after over 30 years since it first aired Peter has decided the time has come to bring […]

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Open for Art 2017 – weekend arts festival

jelly’s Open for Art weekend festival is back from Friday 30 June until Sunday 2 July. Now in its 4th year, it is back better than ever with 3-days of dance, painting, photography, drawing, trails, drama, illustration, music, talks, walks, performance art, printmaking, textiles, fashion, design, animation and workshops. This year we will be focusing on […]

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The relaunch of Pigeon Street

This week Pigeon Street, as part of its projected relaunch, will be featuring in The Conversation Space. This is the space in Jackson’s Corner (just further along the road, past the main doors), dedicated to trying out new ideas. Every other week a new artist is resident, making work, testing out and developing their ideas. […]

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