to Dec 15


Do you need help with refining your career path, expressing yourself in written and spoken word, writing statements, CVs and funding applications?

I provide tailored mentoring guiding individuals to strengthen their skills and build confidence to introduce themselves, this includes elevator pitches and written forms, to allocate and approach relevant organisations and professionals, and improve their on-line presence.

I am a mentor for the University of the Arts London, and a visiting lecturer for Central Saint Martins, Royal College of Art and The Glasgow School of Art.

For enquiries and arranging a session email

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to Aug 4

Masterclass Sweden

I will be teaching a 7-day weave masterclass at Sätergläntan Institutet in Sweden this July.

With a focus on experimentation this workshop will encourage you to build woven structures with uncommon materials, which may include materials commonly used by other industries, second-hand, up-cycled or rejected goods. The process will help you to push the boundaries and explore innovative ideas and outcomes while it gives existing materials another meaning and role in life. 

Title: ‘Another Meaning’
When: 29th July to 4th Aug 2019
Where: Sätergläntan, Insjön, Sweden
Day schedule: 8:40am - 4pm Monday to Saturday, 8:40am to 12 noon on Sunday
Fee: 6000SEK (£492), it includes lunch and evening meals and refreshments
Accommodation: on site at different affordable price ranges

Hint on ‘uncommon materials’: encouraging your creative thinking I'll ask you to arrive on my course with a selection of unusual materials that you can weave with. This material may be something that you can directly use on the loom such as cassette tapes and electric wires, or something that you need to prepare for loom use such as single-use plastic bottles. I'd like you to spend time observing your environment, what you have at home that could be up-cycled into a weave experiment or artwork, what is available in your town, perhaps goods from garage/car booth sales or second-hand charity shops. Is there something specific, typical or personal that you can use? Something that you see all the time but never thought of working with it? Something that you collected for a while, or on travels or were given? Think manmade and nature. Think scale small or large, short or long, thin or thick. Let your imagination go beyond the common and use this as an opportunity to experiment with ideas, materials and processes you have not before. Bring a sketchbook, pencils and scissors with you. I'm excited to meet you and see what you all come up with.

For more information please follow @rita_parniczky or email

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to Jan 19

Exhibition 'In the Dark'

PV Thursday 17th 6-8pm 

with three performance artists: Birgitta Hosea, Fay Barnett & Fanny Cox


Friday 18th Workshops 2-4pm, Artist Talks 4-6pm, Music performance by Stephen Carley 6-8pm

Opening Times : January 17th, 18th, 19th 2-6pm

The Cello Factory, 33-34 Cornwall Rd, London SE1 8TJ

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10:30 AM10:30

Paper cut-out collage workshops

Paper cut sculpture: 2D to 3D - Skill workshops by Rita Parniczky.

Rita invites you to her studio where you'll be introduced to paper cutting, an art form you will explore through Collage, 3D construction and manipulation. You will learn a variety of techniques that will enable you to create sculptural works that take on new forms when exposed to light. The workshop aims to open your mind to the possibilities of paper cutting whilst giving you the practical skills you will need to bring your creative vision to life.

Throughout summer 2018: you can expand your creativity, learn about different techniques and get new skills while making Paper Cut Jewellery.

Various dates available weekly. All materials and tools are provided.

For all enquiries and booking please email contact@ritaparniczky.com

About artist: Rita works with sculptural weave, photography and mixed media exploring structure, visual change with light and the way we experience our environment. Her sculptural work is multi-award winning, has been exhibited (inter)nationally and is part of the V&A permanent collection. She lectures at Central Saint Martins, Norwich University of the Arts and The Glasgow School of Art, and has delivered workshops for British Council and Crafts Council.

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11:30 AM11:30

Theo Moorman Trust Award 2018

I am proud to be recipient of the Theo Moorman Trust Award 2018. The project focuses on re-assessing my woven sculptural work X-Ray series. The Award is supporting my in-depth research on the role of textiles in the 20th century in recent years. I will be travelling to Paris to meet and discuss work with textile artist Sheila Hicks who has kindly agreed to meet me at her solo exhibition at the Centre Pompidou this April. On my return, I will continue experimenting with new processes and materials in my studio.

Works I am making explore the idea of function, expectations and limitation we have for objects and people. The project will enable me to question, and express my findings through new mediums and processes resulting in sculptural works.

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11:30 AM11:30

Awarded a-n Artist Bursary 2018

I am thrilled to announce I am an a-n Artist Bursaries 2018 recipient.

I have been making short videos for several years however, for the first time, I will be learning into editing. This support by a-n The Artists Information Company will enable me to undertake a course in editing in the summer of 2018 to make work in a new medium, and express my ideas without words. 

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11:30 AM11:30

Designing Difference, chaired by Charlotte Abrahams

Conversations in Design: Designing Difference
A discussion about the importance of individuality in an increasingly homogenous world. How do artists and designers create work that stands out and speaks to the contemporary consumer? From hi-tech materials to cutting edge techniques via traditional craft skills, expect insights into work that goes far beyond the usual references.
Helen Amy Murray, Anna Garner and Rita Parniczky in conversation with writer and journalist Charlotte Abrahams

Hosted by FT How to Spend It
Location: Design Centre Chelsea Harbour, London SW10 0XE


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to Feb 6

Collect 2017

One-off representation by Joanna Bird Collections and Contemporary Applied Arts at Collect 2017.
View an installation of large-scale works - evolved from Parniczky's Perrier-Jouët solo exhibition in summer 2016 - in the stunning setting of the Saatchi Gallery in London's Kings Road, Chelsea.
PR/press enquiries to Jayne@caa.org.uk and Samantha@joannabird.com

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to May 11

COLLECT 2015, Saatchi Gallery

A new body of large-scale work, X-Ray Vault Series II No II, III & IV installed at Collect Open 2015.
In this installation, Rita Parniczky investigates the performance and capability of the monofilament warp threads to form shapes and patterns inspired by the architectural structure fan vaults.

Supported by Arts Council England.

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