New exhibition from Artist Ben Turnbull at Saatchi Gallery
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“the exhibition that lockdown unleashed” -Marirose Pritchard
My a-n bursary was for building contacts in the prison service to develop a new idea for working collaboratively on an exhibition commission with prisoners. What a year it turned out to be for learning about the arts in a difficult to access sector.
It’s been a few months since I completed my creative coding training, which was part of my a-n bursary. Since that time, along with many many other artists, my projects plans have changed. Lots of projects were cancelled, but also […]
STATIC – Sarah Cole and Annis Joslin – is a research project exploring immersive technologies, access and experiences of domestic violence. This blog will share some of our experiments and learning whilst in residence at FuseBox, Wired Sussex.
Arts Council England have awarded me a project grant to research how to create interactive art without touch over the next year
Local Artist helps bring colour to Thamesmead’s Canals
Conversations with artists about their work and the creative process
I’m going to be studying MA Fine Art at Birmingham School of Art, BCU from September 2020 – August 2021. This blog is going to be documenting the ideas and artworks I make, as well as the thoughts of the […]
I will be open for visitors and buyers at my little studio in the beautiful Purbeck Hill of Dorset
Bristol Artist-Led Forum (BA-LF): How to apply the Teal paradigm & Donut Economic Thinking to an Artists Network and Beyond.
Finally got my new website up and running. https://fran-duggan-art.business.site/?m=true
Sketches, ideas, work in progress.
As artists and freelancers, we need to adapt to survive these challenging times.
As I go back to University for my final year it’s nice to reflect on my previous two years artwork to see how my practice has changed, developed and grown through my previous and current work.
Botanical illustration in the modern world – exhibiting in the midst of a global pandemic!
An enquiry in to understanding systems of representation.
New piece I have been working on.
This blog records my professional development connected to a recent a-n bursary for training in creative coding (8 one-to-one sessions) with creative coder Chris Ball. I began with some online exercises to understand the basic principles (am complete beginner) and […]
Our intention is to take our immersive music/light/art show KlangHaus to Glasgow to perform at UN Climate Conference CoP26 Nov 2020.
A global celebration of Bruce Lee,
marking what would have been his 80th birthday
We are a peer group of artists that haven’t met together for nearly a decade. We have all worked individually on our practices and felt the pressures of production, coping with a range of barriers. These challenges might have […]
AN MENTOURING BLOG-BEX MASSEY 2019-2020 I was lucky enough to receive a-n Mentoring 2019-2020. This comprised of four hour long (which happily usually ran over) sessions via Skype with the fabulous Lucy Day. Lucy is an independent curator, artists mentor and […]
Read my article to see how I successfully job searched during a pandemic, with hints and tips for your own job search.
https://vimeo.com/245014501 “(Forests are)..sensorially far too various and immense for anything but surfaces or glimpses to be captured. They defeat view-finder, drawing paper, canvas, they cannot be framed;..” (John Fowles, The Tree, 1979) My current project, Digital […]