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For every exhibition, Fabrica’s volunteers have the opportunity to make a creative response to the work.

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Walking into the dazzling installation of Ron Haselden’s Luminary is going to be extra special for those involved in the installation which happened at the end of March. I was lucky enough to be involved and felt really privileged to work alongside such a generous and insightful artist on this incredible piece.

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Fabrica commits a good deal of time and resource to our volunteer programme and we’re rewarded with the best, most engaged volunteers around. Fabrica Co-director Lisa Finch reflects on our volunteer programme and the crucial role they play.

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Over the last few years, Fabrica has worked on developing an older audience for our exhibitions and activities. In the following post, Clare Hankinson who leads on this work, reflects on what it has meant, for the older people and for us.

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Issue 20 of The Response magazine is in response to REEF by Simon Faithfull which runs until 23 November

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During every exhibition Fabrica volunteers produce a magazine in response to the Exhibition, called – The Response. Issue 16 is in response the installation Resonance by Susie MacMurray which runs until 26 August. You can read a hardcopy of the magazine in the gallery, but it is also available to view online.

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Response magazine is a magazine created by Fabrica volunteers in response to the current exhibition.

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In response to each exhibition, Fabrica volunteers produce a magazine of writing, drawing, painting and photography. The Response, Vol XI is out now featuring some amazing work around the themes of Gathering. Pick up your copy now from gallery for only £2

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Our fantastic volunteers have started a blog all about Fabrica. What follows is volunteer Dorian Vaughan’s introductory post. Please vist the blog at fabricavolunteerblog.wordpress.com Dylan Thomas described the wordplay intrinsic to the writing of poetry as “the joy that is part of the painful, voluntary work.” Every artist, photographer, musician, and writer will recognise that […]

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