The course is a 2 year Masters degree in Fine art sculpture. The university itself is based in New York State and is about 5 hours from the city itself. It is actually only an hour or two from both […]
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To co-incide with ArtsFest held in Birminham this September – a group exhibition featuring Birmingham and Bordeaux artists will exhibit at the Works Gallery. The show hopes to foster greater collaboration between the artists working in these cities. The featured […]
Last week I returned to uni to do a Masters in Fine Art with Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. I’ve decided to keep a blog to record my successes, failures, high points and breakdowns as hopefully it should be […]
I've decided to continue with my blogging activities on a-n. I want to continue building on the progress made last year and keep the momentum up. Blogging it seems to help me question and evaluate each new experience.
‘We drove down to the coast today. Mrs d’Alaska’s mum said we should boil the water before we went swimming.’ Colin d’Alaska, his family and friends, are a (kind of) living artwork, allowing me to investigate new methods of communicating […]
Walking Home formed the basis for my final major project for my MA. It worked over many ideas that I had developed during my degree – ideas around walking, performance, writing, and the performative installation. Walking Home was a simple […]
Scientific and Natural History Illustration
I am planning a solo exhibition about subjectivity in our choice of art. The first part is about individual choice, when members of the public will be invited to make their personal selection from a retrospective of 30+ years of […]
BA fine art III a journey
This blog is about the 5 weeks during summer 2009 that we spent in the Caucasus making collaborative work and researching the local arts scene and the residency we attended at Art Villa Garikula in Garikula, Georgia. Supported by Artquest […]
This is me looking at how I make artwork and how others make theirs- Where do the ideas come from? Whats the theme that runs through it all? How do I know when I have my own practice?
This blog tracks the development of a drawing research project which explores relaltionships between activities of drawing and those other professional practices. It focuses on interrogating shared interdiciplinary enagagement with notions of ‘delicacy’ and aims to use this information to […]
In Certain Places artist in residence at the St. Johns Shopping center in Preston. www.incertainplaces.org
The Chameleon project is built over ten prototypes (2008-2010) with a cross disciplinary group of an artist, social neuroscientist, emotion neuroscientist, affective computer scientists, technologists, human computer interaction scientists and a curator. The project investigates the scientific foundations of emotional […]
As an emerging artist I sometimes find it difficult to maintain my practice. Jobs, financial security and a social life constantly cause various distractions. Previously I have always kept my practice simultaneously to everything else I do, allowing inspiration to […]
Vilnius is a 2009 European Capital of Culture and Artothlon, a reality show for artists, will run for six weeks over the summer. I’m in it, along with 15 others from Lithuania and abroad. Here’s a record of the project, […]
Liverpool Carters (the last men to have worked with the teams of dock horses) needed an expert equine sculptor Judy Boyt was the obvious choice. Her Liverpool brief was to design and sculpt a life size statue to commemorate the […]
I have been selected to work on 3 residencies over the next year in the UK, Poland and Finland. You've heard about Capitals of Culture? Cornwall wants to be a European Region of Culture. My first residency in Poland starts […]
I have been invited to present a solo project this August 09 at the recently launched NOID gallery on 31 commercial road. In an era of intimate relationship to objects and ownership the ‘Building my Library’ reflects linear processes of […]
Last month I received the good news; I have been selected as an Escalator Live art artist. An Arts Council East scheme, Escalator supports the development of regional artist. Comprising selection and then GFTA proposal to realise the identified development […]
Projects unedited blog by Caroline Wright
A collaborative project between myself and Dot Howard, kindly supported by an's New Collaborations Bursary. We have formed a new collective for artists making site-responsive or durational work, including sound. We're based in Norwich and looking for members. Visit http://otherotherother.wordpress.com […]
"Inside Out" May 2009 follows the highly successful Inside Out May 2008 Exhibition held in the village of Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog.
I'm using this blog to help myself move on with my creative practice, and to record my progress.
This blog is here to follow the development of my artistic practice and also Tether activity, which ranges from collaborative group projects and exhibitions at The Wasp Room gallery. It is likely to be very banal and not disclose too […]