The Canterbury Journey is Canterbury Cathedral’s 5 year conservation project. This blog records the experience, research and work of Dawn Cole during her year long term as Artist in Residence in the Cathedral Archives for the Canterbury Jouney
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A blog in which I attempt to chart progress in 2018.
A reflective blog about the recent International Delegation to Budapest, Organised by Castlefield Gallery and A-N.
Reflective blog on recent delegation to Budapest organised by a-n & Castlefield Gallery.
Image: quickly taken photo of László Haris’ ‘Blow Up, 3-4’ (1973) taken whilst browsing Saándor Szilágyi’s ‘Neo-Avant-Garde Trends in Hungarian Art Photography’
Exploring postmodernism using the story of the Chinese Community of Liverpool as a springboard of ideas.
A blog about art practice and practicalities, from an artist with an interest in making her own paints from pigments chosen both for their aesthetic qualities and their role in the history of art and trade
Reflections on the Budapest Delegation, 2018
“GRAFT in FLUX” is an exploration of continuous transformation of the behaviours, environment, and partnerships within our prison system.”
Portal is a new collaborative installation project initiated by Ceramic Artist Emma Summers in partnership with Loudwater Studios. It is inspired by traditional folk and fairy tales and the the historical medieval market town of Ludlow and the community of South Shropshire.
Portrait of a Parent is the title to my MA proposal and I aim to create a body of work that supports new understandings of parenthood and creates a platform for dialogue between parents both with and without children.
This project is a continuation of the performance #work where I used the action of spinning a plate that highlighted the accessibility of this simple prop. In this blog I will document my project research & development.
Project Me: charting the progress of my practice since 2007
While attending an art college at Carmarthen School of art, I have access to lots of different art departments. One of which I use quite regularly. The photography department. Getting my work photographed in a white studio with professional lighting […]
Somewhere to talk about being an autistic person, a professional artist and project lead.
Documentation of an artist in residency program at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Seoul, Korea, from the 11th of April to the 20th of June 2018.
‘I am not an object, I am not White’. The current project aims to investigate notions of object white and its removal, in it’s aims to contest and re-establish on a personal level and Universal status of white, starting with traditional paintings i.e the implementation of God.
Reflective blog on my recent trip to Budapest, funded and supported by Castlefield Gallery and a-n.
How does our community influence our art? And how can the arts impact a community? Some reflections from my involvement in Square Peg’s ‘Underlined’ community arts project, along with thoughts and events that provoke new ‘ways of seeing’
How on earth to continue a practice with no income??? Dealing with financial abuse and neglect.
Making friends on the trian
A collaborative contemporary art project offering disadvantaged, socially excluded people the opportunity to connect, reflect, cooperate and develop agency
Looking into connections between autobiographical memory and clothing, linking art and science through research and material investigation.
Image: Untitled (STB), 2011, plaster, 30 x 12.5 x 9.5 cm (cast of inside of clothing)
David Frank Harding has at last released his collections from the last 10 years.
Refelections on a trip to Budapest as part of the a-n / Castlefield Artists’ International Delegation 2018
My work over the last four years has used a visual language to explore birth, identity, and gender. Metamorphosis has been an ongoing theme where, through the feminine form, I have explored the notion of change and passing of time. […]