An enquiry & exploration into awareness, practice and form for artists and non-artists alike. How do we discover, strengthen & embody the paradox between our particular and universal selves – in a serious and playful way? Led by Guy Dartnell […]
Blogs - a-n The Artists Information Company
Initiated by visual artist Sam Williams and lead by choreographer Joe Moran, Containers is a series of workshops for artists, writers, curators and researchers with an interest in the choreographic and a desire to incorporate movement and somatics into their […]
The experience of beginning the journey of a creative career, in my 40’s.
A third season as Artist in Residency at the Ness of Brodgar excavations in Orkney.
Me and Fred explore the world together:
Fred is an Irish Terrier who likes chasing birds and engages with the world by exploring things with his mouth. Rob is an artist who likes black felt tips and coloured pencils, who engages with the world by talking to people on dog walks:
Having graduated from an MA Art Psychotherapy course at Roehampton University, and now working within the field, I still maintain an interest in what it means to be both an art therapist and an artist. The purpose of this blog is […]
Just Another Exhibition Space
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 blog documenting new work by Beth Emily Richards and Owen G Parry, funded by an a-n artist bursary 2018.
A blog by artist Owen G. Parry, recipient of an a-n Professional Development Bursary 2018 to enable dialogues and collaboration with Plymouth based Artist Beth Emily Richards around their mutual fascination with fandoms, alt-communities and Michael Jackson’s Penis.
Securing a place on the a-n Visual Arts coaching course was the nudge I needed to propel me into an area of artist development that has great meaning to me.
Bluecoat Arts Centre in Liverpool launches a new free online archive charting its history
A blog by artist Julie Hill, a recipient of an a-n Professional Development Bursary 2018 to undertake a course in 3d printing at The Cass. Julie is working with 3d files of asteroids (or minor planets) from NASA’s 3d Resources.
New Blog – From West Midlands Based Artist Bec Broomhall
I’m artist in residency at Brighouse Recycling Centre for Brighouse Festival 2018. I will be working on site researching and and undertaking Rubbish Conversations leading up to the Festival (5-14th October), culminating in a performance on site and exhibition at another venue tbc
Research into art and mental health informing collaborative newspaper project Dwell Time. https://dwelltimepress.wordpress.com
Blog about the work I am doing for a commission from Dover District Council to create an artist’s film and a series of drawings/monotypes resulting from my research into the history of Russell Gardens in Dover and its current use as a social space of work and recreation.
If you have any memories of house dresses worn where you live, have them stashed in your cupboards or are a fan of wearing them now, do get in touch.
The Autonomous Artist is a dedicated blog detailing activities, thoughts and reflections about my time as 2017/18 Visual Artist Fellow on the Clore Leadership Programme. I will be exploring the role of the artist in arts leaderships and reflecting on independent, […]
Working on the topic of digital data and how to explore its role in contemporary society, I have approached this subject from a number of perspectives. I have listened to people’s stories of working with data or giving it away, I […]
Journeying and progressing
Documenting a 7 months Arts Council project to develop digital practice in my work and to explore autistic experience of landscape, environment and place.
An exploration of the second generation post memory experience of exile following the Spanish Civil War through object art, performance and installations. I blog about my research, the process and the finished pieces as they emerge.
Project Me: charting the progress of my practice since 2007
My subject matter is almost always the female figure. The colour choices for my work can be dictated by my own feelings and also reveal the emotional context of the painting. My artwork invites the viewer to explore the psychological, […]