Noting down every step of my ideas.
Blogs - a-n The Artists Information Company
Hello, this is Trish! I am a Fine Art student at the University of Suffolk in my third and last year, so called ”end of the beginning”. I will be exploring and observing, personal and honest in my writings.
I’ve decided to start another exciting journey for my MOJO and I’d love for you to get in involved…
One glaring great injustice for artists on low income is the ‘Call for Artists’ paid submission ‘scam’, where artists are invited to submit their work for inclusion in an exhibition but by also by offering prize money that exhibition submission becomes a gambling wager.
Most artists we get across are non-native English speakers. They tell us how challenging they find articulating their practice clearly and profoundly when writing applications and connecting with art professionals in person.
how does the landscape feel? /sut mae’r dirwedd yn teimlo?
Arts Council England have awarded me a project grant to research how to create interactive art without touch over the next year
This is my blog documenting my final year of an honours fine arts degree at The University of Suffolk.
My most recent project, ‘Covid 19 and Creativity’ explores how imagination can overcome restrictions.
Tales of the pretty much expected….and sometimes not
If the general definition of a ‘weed’ is taken to be ‘a plant in the wrong place’ or ‘a plant growing where it is not wanted’, what then is the right place for a plant to grow? Project: The Ragwort […]
This blog will be documenting my degree project, creating a resource about the most endangered plants in the world, to raise awareness of the plight of plants in the climate crisis.
#1: arrive early, leave early. “Stop here please.” The taxi spits us out in Portland Road, Hove, for the first stop of a four-stop evening, at the studio of an interior designer who has just started exhibiting art in her […]
My reflections on drawing, persistence, learning, earning, being an artist, on being male, the ‘Artists Insight’ project, the theory of ‘The Creative Cycle’. I aim to reveal some questions and contradictions involved in living with an art practice in the contemporary world.
STATIC – Sarah Cole and Annis Joslin – is a research project exploring immersive technologies, access and experiences of domestic violence. This blog will share some of our experiments and learning whilst in residence at FuseBox, Wired Sussex.
The increasingly intense exploration of drawing, and the threads between words, sounds, music, lines…
Project Me: charting the progress of my practice since 2007
Looking at my final year of BA (HONS) Fine Art
Find via the link below my 3rd blog, exploring the Blackwater Estuary.
A place to write about my inclusive praxis
A research collaboration with New York-based artist Felicity Faulkner examining coastal and environmental change around Orford Ness, Suffolk, UK and Montauk Point, Suffolk County, USA. My travel to the USA is supported by a-n Artist Bursary.
In Quarantaine, with Georgina Starr
Prison Residencies and working remotely in a re-emerging world
My first blog ‘Keeping It Together’ came to a natural end when I moved in to my studio. ‘Keeping It Going’ picks up where that left off. Will I be able to maintain a blog at the same time as […]
a residency made possible by the work of eaststreet arts in a meanwhile space in derby with a taylored programme of artist support.