‘Luminous beings are we, not this crude matter.’ -Yoda
Blogs - a-n The Artists Information Company
This blog accompanies my a-n Professional Development Bursary supported ‘time out’ from my ‘bread-and-butter’ textile teaching, and will become a record of my work as I ‘move on’ with my personal art practice.
Thanks to an A-N Travel Bursary, foundations were laid for a photographic project exploring Finland’s rich history of couple dancing. The first leg took me around Savonia in the east of Finland and this blog is a kind of unravelling of the people and places I encountered.
this is a blog run by the keep it complex collective to document our a-n bursary funded DIGESTING POLITICS series
The Norway model – looking at art in Norway and wondering about a post-Brexit British art scene.
An experiment in making and thinking about new work. A connection with the sea. A physical immersion.
Personal and artistic reflections on the past 6 months in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire and starting an Arts Council England funded project.
I am a final year fine art student working across multiple disciplines to explore the concept of destruction within art.
I am encouraged by the award of a 2017 a-n Professional Development Bursary to continue work around the concept of displacement, which has been of particular interest in my practice for some years. I will be able to look for […]
Stranger Things made me write ‘and beyond…’ after the title of this blog and I probably need stop ending things with divvy ‘spooky’ sayings – but it’s a temporary wonder and will fade! It’s a cracking bit of telly though and […]
An art and economics philosophy blog by Emilia Telese
Just Another Exhibition Space
Trying to find the right words to describe my coaching practice following my completion of the RD1st coaching for artists course funded by a bursary from a-n The Artist Information Company.
The second a-n Writer Development Programme is underway. Over the next five months or so, this blog will include a bit of commentary and plenty of writing by the eight participants.
I am a fine art level 6 student operating in Ipswich, Suffolk. I have experimented with many different practices, techniques and materials over the past few years of fine art education. My current work is based around sculpture and landscapes.
I am a third year fine art student that works in photography and film. I am interested in the concept in movement and challenging the way in which it is perceived.
Threads between words, music and a bundle of old clothes. (Occasionally, images posted here do not display correctly depending on your browser or devices, if this is the case, please try my website where these problems don’t seem […]
community arts and developing practice
Salt road & Black Hole Club A-N artist bursary ecology climate change artist project between Oslo, Birmingham and the Basque Country.
Actively seeking collaborators through print workshops across Europe, backed by a-n travel grant.
October 2016 onwards I’ll be responding to the changes going on at Clydach with the A465 roadworks.
I am part of a group of creatives responding to the site and we have a website http://clydach.weebly.com/
Notes on work, working, making work, and all the stuff that goes into being an artist
Little Forest Land Art was started in early 2017 by ceramicist Jan Griffiths and artist Adrian Mundy on land surrounding Jan’s studio in the Hampshire countryside. Turning the meadow and surrounding woodland into a place for artwork, focusing on Art in the Garden in early June.
Approaching perfumery from a fine art context, this weekly blog describes how scent is a viable means of communication. New post every Monday.
What does it mean to have all the colours available to you as an artist? We just can click and order, browse wondrous shops full of pigments or go onto our devices and swipe, touch and tap our way […]