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Follow My Leader
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Consultant for the Higher Academy of Happiness.

The brief from the Academy is challenging. I will be conducting research in the Utopian community of Christiania in Copenhagen as a 3 week artist residency. I leave in two days.

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The Unreal God And Aspects of His Non - Existent Universe
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University of Lincoln

Currently studying BA Hons Fine Art and Illustration at the University of Lincoln. One of only a few Universities that offer joint honours courses, I combine skills I learn as an illustrator with fine art practice and vice versa. We […]

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One a day
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‘Coup de Pouce’ at L’H du Siege, Valenciennes, France.

'Coup de Pouce' (a nudge in the right direction) is a 3 month residency programme supporting early career artists. It gives artist's invaluable time to research and develop ideas. This is the first international residency, of this kind, supported by […]

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Think Make Grow Artist Network

We have recently started a Network of Artists who deliver community art in the Border area of NE England and SE Scotland. This blog will introduce some of these artists and their work, and the ways in which we try […]

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ITPOS for email invite
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In This Place Of Safety

A site-specific audiovisual installation In This Place Of Safety (ITPOS) uses a building as a projection screen to explore intersections between temporary video interventions, architecture and art. This project is kindly supported by the University of Westminster and the Arts […]

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Hayley Parfitt
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North East Wales Institute

BA(hons) Fine Art. I have enjoyed my course in NEWI. when I started I thought Fine Artists only painted oil paintings. I was under the impression I would leave a better painter, I was wrong. I have not painted in […]

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Manchester Metroplitan University

'Embroidery' is an unlikely title for a course which is incredibly diverse. While some may use stitch and produce textile related work, others use video, or make installation pieces. What unites us I think is a considered approach, coupled with […]

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Alexander Stevenson
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Gaps in Archaeology

"The trials and tribulations of working with museums in Leicester". Or perhaps "the exhibition that never was, changed three times and then was again in a lasting but intangible sort of way"…read it, you'll understand…

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migration

we hope to discuss the politics, problems, highs and lows of putting together a series of grant funded shows over two years. The diverse resulting shows and the dialogue between selected artists and the curators louise Fox and Marilyn Middlemiss. […]

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Cheapside Show

Cheapside Show is a multi-disciplinary event from artist group Strange Ways, taking place at The Edge, Birmingham, 30/06/08 to 12/07/08. The site-specific and site-responsive arts project, will investigate one of the last remaining industrial locations in operation in central Birmingham […]

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The University of Bolton

The Textile/Surface Design degree is an incredibly diverse course with work ranging from bespoke suface design for stationary and wallcoverings to contemporary textile art for gallery and installation settings.

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