Happy Diwali! Our window gallery is lit up with a beautiful new installation by Jas Dhillon – cotton choonis (dupattas/shawls/scarves) screen printed using Punjabi text and hung against a backdrop of fairy lights in keeping with the Indian festival of lights.
The Chatham Intra area has been awarded £1.6m Heritage Action Zone funding from Historic England for regeneration in the area. The focus is on bringing the history and heritage of the area back to life, and boosting the local economy by 2024.
We are very lucky to have a wonderful textile artwork in our windows through July. One of our regular print studio members Rosie James has been making a series of fantastic portraits through lockdown, in her signature style drawing with threads and leaving the ends hanging loose.
For the safety of our staff, volunteers and visitors to INTRA during the COVID-19 outbreak, we have decided to temporarily close our venue from today.
Following the sold-out workshop accompanying Rochester Cathedral’s Museum of the Moon exhibit, we’ll be hosting another chance to screen print souvenir moon and space themed bags and cushions at INTRA.
We’re certain of the important roles that art and kindness play in tackling health and wellbeing challenges. This was one of the reasons that we started our ‘Wave’ arts club for young people aged 15 to 24 who are at raised risk of suicide.
Explore magical chromatic processes with fountain pen ink artist Nick Stewart in his innovative ink and bleach drawing workshop.
On Tuesdays INTRA is buzzing with Karen Verma’s popular glass classes, with intricate fused glass, copper foiling, stained glass and mosaic pieces being created over a series of weeks or months by her students.
On Saturday 23rd November we’re holding our lovely annual printmakers get together and print fair – the Wayzgoose! Join us to meet the printmakers at INTRA and see what we’ve been up to in the studio, browse hand printed cards, textiles, crafts and artworks (including lots of new work from the 20-20 print exchange at …
Our much loved Mexican Day Of The Dead themed festival for all ages returns this year on Sunday 3 November with lots of your favourite art and craft activities. Honour lost loved ones with a decorated shrine or sugar skull, print a tote bag, cut colourful papel picado hanging banners, decorate a skull mask, make jewellery, enter the drawing competition, and get your face painted…