ARTISTS INLCUDE: Candice Jacobs, Tristan Hessing, Tom Godfrey, Matthew Jamieson, Bruce Ayling, Tom Allen, Dan Keeling, Jonathan Waring, James Mitchie, Alex Stevenson, Emily Kydd, , Andrew Cullen, Tinsel Edwards, Twinke Troughton, Louisa Bailey, James Bowen, Ed Hix, Ian Nesbit, Kate Cox
23rd February 2005
About the event
'Somewheretogo' is an ambitious large scale group art exhibition that brings together a selected group of 19 talented young and recently graduated UK based artists.
The 'somewheretogo' event is to be held in a former classroom block of the Trinity Technology College in Warwick, due for demolition in early March this year. The show will extend over two floors in 31 individual spaces.
demolition of the building has given rise to a truly unique opportunity
for the selected artists to create some really ambitious work that would
otherwise not be possible. 'Somewheretogo'
'Somewheretogo' is being curated and organised by a former pupil of the school, Tristan Hessing, and his professional partner Candice Jacobs from Stratford upon Avon. Both have attended The Warwickshire College and studied Fine Art at The Nottingham Trent University graduating in 2004. Among the selected artists exhibiting in the show are several former pupils of the Trinity Technology College and also artists from the local area. Jacobs and Hessing along with 12 of the exhibting artists are currently members of Stand Assembly, a major new artists studio complex in Nottingham. www.standassembly.org
The Trinity Technology College, Myton Road (A425), Warwick
For further information, please direct any queries to
Tristan Hessing (senior curator)
Travelling southbound on the M40, turn off J14, follow the A452 to the first major roundabout. Travelling northbound on the M40, turn off at J13, turn right onto the A452, continue until the next roundabout, from here both routes are the same. Follow the A452 towards Leamington Spa heading straight on over the next roundabout. At the next roundabout take the first left onto an adjoining roundabout, take the first left again onto the A425 (Myton Road). After a few hundred yards you will go over a canal bridge, the school is shortly after this on the left.
southbound on M1, take the M69, then the A46. Follow signs for Warwick
Castle. At the second roundabout with the castle gates ahead of you, turn
left. At this next roundabout turn left again.