Art Odds and Art Sods – All Work Under £50 – Group Exhibition at Deaf Cat Coffee Bar – Rochester – 25th June to 15th July 2012
Art Odds and Art Sods is a group show at The Deaf Cat Coffee Bar, Rochester, featuring prints, paintings, books, photographs, jewellery and hats from: Wolf Howard Matthew Bray Jim … Continue reading
Tuttle 101 is back and being held on the 5th of March 2012 from 9.30am at the Deaf Cat Coffee Bar, 83 Rochester High Street, Rochester, Kent, ME1 1LX. Tuttle … Continue reading
From late October through to the end of November, Lupen Crook will be presenting his artwork in two separate exhibitions in London and Medway, initially at Barden’s Café in Dalston, … Continue reading
A collaborative exhibition by Zara Carpenter and Rikard Osterlund showing prints produced using prescribed painkillers. This on going project explores how chronic pain and the long-term use of prescribed medication has … Continue reading
Owen Davies is an artist who plays a huge part in the creative scene of Rochester, Kent. Creatabot asked Owen some questions to find out more about him and what … Continue reading
What is MADE? An independent fair with affordable alternative handmade creations. From artist’s books, zines and small press to lovingly crafted/knitted/cut/stamped/pressed products made by hand.
Matthew Bray is a well known artist in the Medway area. He kindly spoke to Creatabot to tell us a little more about himself and his background.
The Deaf Cat studios are set over three floors forming a small, creative community and there are currently 3 studios available for hire.
Rikard Osterlund is a professional photographer in Kent who switches between being a commercial photographer, photographic artist and photography lecturer. I found out some more about him and where his love … Continue reading
Usually found busily sewing away in the Deaf Cat cafe in Rochester, Zara Carpenter is an inspiring craftswoman who leads the way for many creatives. Maybe by learning some more … Continue reading
Red White and Blue is an exhibition covering the subject of how Britain has changed and presents the dissapearance of historical Britain in photographic medium.
Wolf Howard Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings – Deaf Cat – Rochester – 28th December to 5th January
The unique and multi-talented Wolf Howard is holding a free exhibition at the Deaf Cat Cafe, 83 High Street, Rochester, Kent from the 28th – 5th of January.
Matthew Bray & Owen Davies are holding a free exhibition of their artwork until the 27th of November every day from 10am – 5pm at the Deaf Cat Coffee Bar, … Continue reading
The Deaf Cat is a coffee bar in Rochester, Kent that is a hub for the local creative scene. Not only can do they hire out their wall space for … Continue reading
The 2010 winners Find out who won!
The Deaf Cat Cafe in Rochester is holding another fantastic mini makers market filled to the brim with goodies!