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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.
A gathering of my thoughts and experiences during a 1 month residency at Arteles creative centre in rural Finland, where I set out to make drawings based on the people and landscapes I encounter.
Personal thoughts and annotations on a period of development supported by Artist Bursary 2018. Follow me to see where it will take me.
Research into art and mental health informing collaborative newspaper project Dwell Time. https://dwelltimepress.wordpress.com
Part one of a series of blog posts documenting my research visit to the Finish Bioarts Society.
A collaborative contemporary art project offering disadvantaged, socially excluded people the opportunity to connect, reflect, cooperate and develop agency
A project currently in production for the Great Exhibition of the North. I am lead artist in a collaboration with Newcastle’s Disability North – making a video installation that will be shown in four venues across the city over the summer of 2018. All views my own of course…
This blog will chart my wet plate collodian journey. I have been awarded the Professional Development bursary in order to learn this process, and gain the skills (and confidence!) in order to create a project using this ancient technique.
This blog will explain all my research on the chlorophyll printing process.
This process can be practice in 2 completely different manners.
Method 1: Bleaching
Method 2: Altering the photosynthesis
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
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.
Advancing ideas around the simulacrum, and other questions concerning the copy, the original, and representation, through work produced in my artist’s residency in the printmaking room at the University of Suffolk.
My practice explores the potential for prosthetic’s which are made with aesthetic considerations in mind. My work began with the idea of bespoke prosthetic’s which are perceived, both by their wearer and observers, as aesthetically pleasing objects as well as being functional.
Shouldn’t Throw Stones – The view of a Night Watchman is an exhibition, tour and book publication documenting artist Kevin Casey’s role as a Night Watchman at the Ex Pilkington Glass HQ in St Helens.
Prints and Drawings 2018
If the general definition of a ‘weed’ is taken to be ‘a plant in the wrong place’ or ‘a plant growing where it is not wanted’, what then is the right place for a plant to grow? Project: The Ragwort […]
Long distance walks through beautiful places, looking to capture what I see and how I feel
My first blog, embracing social media, and my art practice
The first in a series of blog posts about a self-organised Risograph and silk-screen printing residency in Birmingham.
This is a celebration of contemporary botanical art and artists around the world!
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. […]
An art and economics philosophy blog by Emilia Telese
ACE Club launches it debut show at Union Club, Soho, London June 4th and 5th,
In reassessing my practice I find I’m doing live-art, now I’d like to look back at how I got here.