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We Rise Again, The Gallery, Parndon Mill

  The little gallery in Parndon Mill hosts rotating shows of works by local artists, including those who work in the various studios in the Mill. Having recently moved to Harlow from London I have had the pleasure of discovering a self-sustaining art community with lots on offer all year round. Parndon Mill is an arts venue on the banks of the river Stort on the outskirts of Harlow. Since the sixties it has been occupied by artists and craftsmen, including painters, sculptors, weavers, calligraphers, printmakers, designers, architects, guitar makers, ceramicists, glass blowers, jewellers, carpenters and a blacksmith. There has been a mill on that site for hundreds of years, it was even mentioned in the Domesday Book. The current building was completed in 1900 and continued as a mill until it was closed in 1960. It now hosts studios and workshops and provides a vital resource for artists and craftsmen in Harlow and the surrounding areas. This new exhibition looks at the themes of recycl

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