A visit to Munster Skulptur Projekte
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Recording a foray into experiments with alternative plant-based materials for screen printing and DIY studio set-ups, whilst seeking inspiration from ancient civilisations and our contemporary Mexican printmaking counterparts.
Wired’s Italian office commissioned UK-based artist Heath Kane to create a series of images for its latest special edition, guest-edited by Russian art/music/activist collective Pussy Riot.
Jenny Steele’s research project ‘Miami Moderne’ is supported by an Artists International Development Grant from Arts Council England and The British Council. She will be researching into 1930s-1940s modernist seafront architecture within Miami Beach.
Having being offered a place on the MA Art Psychotherapy course at Roehampton University in 2012 I decided that I wanted to document how my involvement on this study programme might inform new ways of thinking about myself and thus lead […]
What does it mean to have all the colours available to you as an artist? We just can click and order, browse wondrous shops full of pigments or go onto our devices and swipe, touch and tap our way […]
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.
Bringing together ideas about life, death, growth and evolution, developing new printmaking skills, and putting on a show. Supported by a-n’s invaluable Professional Development bursary and a partnership with the Fine Art Printmaking department at the University of Brighton.
Made in Korea is an exhibition and residency programme for Korean ceramists in 2017, hosted by The Ceramic House. The exhibition then tours to Sladmore Contemporary. An Arts Council AIDF grant funded a research trip to Korea.
An a-n Professional Development Bursary supported me to go to Newcastle’s ‘Moving Parts’ festival. This blog is a repository for my findings.
I have been photographing and filming the inner workings, remains and archives of the old Pilkingtons Glass HQ (currently Alexandra Business Park) in St Helens, Merseyside. The site is a vast complex structure filled with historical rooms, objects and […]
Having moved to the very tip of Cornwall I have come to understand the power exerted by the sea. West Penwith is surrounded by a vast timeless substance that is so much more than just a liquid pushed by tides. […]
Sevenoaks Visual Arts Forum (SVAF) have submitted a successful bid to run the Sevenoaks Kaleidoscope Gallery as an artist-led space. This blog will chart the progress of its first year.
A blog charting research/activities undertaken during the period of my a-n Professional Development Bursary.
Following our first rural, interactive, community- and time-based public installation…exploring the process, history, community, surroundings, landscape…
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 […]
This is a community based walking group which is using walking as a research tool for locating TS Eliot’s the Waste Land and selected other poems in Margate. Please feel free to join us for our next walk in Margate.
My bursary will fund work on filming & professional editing software to make a short film about British artist Felicia Brown’s 1932 gift to her sister “Gypsy” – a tea set from Berlin.
a-n bursary award to attend the Venice Biennale 2017 experienced through performance work, drawing the pavilions with feet. It was amazing.
A blog about my research into using TLCs to make responsive glass installations
Back to the future….. Since starting my research I have always relied on the effect of the sun as the major activator for the colour change in my TLCs. Of course, the amount of change depends on the weather conditions, time of […]
In 2017 I applied to a-n for a travel bursary. In 2017 a-n awarded me a travel bursary. This is the report.
….to document and archive a ten year project…to win the Turner prize….10, 000hrs of art….1,000 hrs per annum
A new Collaboration between Sharon Campbell and Rachel Ramchurn
Personally, I find an aesthetic appeal on the C-Prints (Fujiflex or Kodak Endura Metallic photographic paper). They are very similar to the Cibachrome that I enjoyed when I started printing years ago from the film…