The Arts Council England have generously funded my Research and Development to enable me to realise this project. There will be bras, there will be women… but what the funding allows me to do is bring you some really good songs. Thank you Arts Council!
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My original blog was a step into the unknown. It has meandered around in my head whilst I have been working and has given me a reference point around which to think. My work has changed since I started. The […]
an accompaniment and documentation of my attempt to make 12 applications to artistic opportunities in 2014. this idea was born out of becoming aware that i’d let my portfolio slip into disrepair and seeing three opportunities that appealed to me […]
Connect what I make, why I make it and what I say about it
This blog will follow the performance project The Customer Is Always Wrong, from planning it in the UK, making and showing it in China and then adapting and presenting it in Europe.
in november 2014 we published our go and see bursary review. from here we turn our attention to the may 2015 art walk. www.corridor-arts.org.uk
Following the success of Xavier White’s Full Circle exhibition at Mausdey Learnings ORTUS learning and events centre in the summer. Xavier has been asked by the curator of The Bethlem Gallery to exhibit a Cohedia installation , Beckenham
Following my progress during MA studies at Edinburgh College of Art, this blog originally documented my first year after graduation, and my attempts to create a sustainable practice. It shows the activities I have been involved with in making this […]
A recent awardee of Arts Council England’s Grants For The Arts program, I am participating in a 2 month residency investigating post-colonialism and the uncanny body in Saint Louis, Senegal. With additional support from WAAW Centre for Art, this blog […]
This blog republishes in short posts my research into the artist led. Undertaken 1994-96, this independent study comprised three reports and 17 case studies. Here I am republishing the finale report: Measuring the experience: the scope and value of artist-led […]
Having being offered a place on the MA Art Psychotherapy course at Roehampton University I decided that I wanted to document how my involvement on this study programme might inform new ways of thinking about myself and thus lead to […]
Working on the last project of six years of part-time study Resolution of Practice
This blog will document the process of my residency with Govanhill Baths in Glasgow.
A collaborative project between sound artist Joseph Young and ceramist J Kay Aplin to create a body of work that responds to the landscape, history and geology of the Shetland Isles.
My Fine Art degree project is based predominantly on cave paintings and carvings. I am painting on large canvases, using oil and acrylic paint as well as oil sticks and pastels. The work is spontaneous and bodily movements are important. […]
My blog will track my almost daily progress through a Fine Art degree at Staffordshire University building up to our end of year Graduate Degree show in 2015
“The National Sculpture Prize presents a rare opportunity for artists. With a brief to inspire ambition and experimentation, the Prize not only provides funding for ten sculptors to realise their proposals, but includes the curatorial support and enthusiasm of the […]
My first painting of the figure and pattern that didn’t show the face. I am pleased with this, which is always a good start, as I am now moving into my final year project work. It has helped me to […]
My current painting is of Rocket a character from Sucker Punch; a film about a girl institutionalised by her stepfather. As a coping mechanism she dreams up alternate realities for herself and imagines a plan to escape the mental facility. […]
If one year equals 7 dog years; Me and Cosmo embark on our middle age together, and I’m looking to him for inspiration for a new body of work!
On being depressed ,promoting one’s self and pursuing a creative path.
Arts Council England Grant for the Arts for project with the Women’s Art Library
In my eyes China has always been such an exciting influence in my whole life and My art started from talking to Chinese people over the internet on QQ chat site. Ever since then i have had the desire to compare China and England together, using the connection into my art.
whats it like to be an artist working with the over 60′s, creating an sustainable arts community at the pavilion cafe in Didsbury park Manchester?
WitCH is a feminist through and through, how will my art and my curating develop exploring this outsider stereotype?