I will develop making my work accessible to children using an extract from my performance Unknown Statue integrating Makaton language to communicate signs & symbols within the work. Supported by a-n bursary 2019 programme supporting self-determined professional development.
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This blog records an exciting collaborative project exploring dynamic materials that respond to changes in environmental conditions. Working with engineers we will create a series of prototypes over the next 8 months and explore their sculptural and architectural potential.
This blog considers the act and the media of Drawing in both the organisational methodology and the essential instinctive gestural aspect of Making.
‘I am an Art Builder’,
I am one of many Art Builders who will be working on The Big Build in Dreamland in Margate Kent: Engaging over 2000 children in extraordinary art project involving eight East Kent Schools.
Starting out on my bursary journey
I love the texture of wood, and have been exploring using the grain of different timbers to create texture prints. This is my latest print, exploring English Ash wood.
This blog aims to document my year long journey as a student of UNION, a sector-based coaching programme for emerging community artists & social activists across the north of England.
How on earth to continue a practice with no income??? Dealing with financial abuse and neglect.
The Autonomous Artist is a dedicated blog detailing activities, thoughts and reflections about my time as 2017/18 Visual Artist Fellow on the Clore Leadership Programme. I will be exploring the role of the artist in arts leaderships and reflecting on independent, […]
Overarching theme is TEA, transitional theme is 1998 visit to The Gambia. I am producing an artists book in the form of a hand built tea caddy complete with teabags containing artwork.
I write songs to heal the soul and create a legacy
A new gallery in Louth, Lincolnshire
Tales of the pretty much expected….and sometimes not
Just putting the final touches on work I’m submitting this year to the Open Studios run by Roundhay Artists.
New blog focused around interviews with practitioners from various art and design backgrounds.
Thoughts on art, literature and philosophy as they intercept my life and practice.
Fruit Routes hosted by artist activists Anne-Marie Culhane and Paul Conneally.You are invited to share ideas for individual, collaborative and institutional action towards a more sustainable life through space to imagine and reflect, walks, conversation and sharing food and drink
Bred Pudding Collective is an ever shifting collective of artists, poets and musicians brought together by founding members Paul Conneally and Russ Ralph.
As artist Kate Sherman prepares to hang an intriguing new series of work based on driving along the Sussex coast, read an interview with her about her painting:
Returning to work full time as an artist after 17 years out of the ‘scene’… this mid fifties man’s weekly thoughts and experiences of how tough it is to get ‘back in’
This will be an ongoing blog around a five-year personal project I’ve obsessively researched, based around a rediscovered family photographic archive. It will culiminate in an exhibition and interventions at the end of 2019 at The Williamson Art Gallery & Museum.
Still blogging as it’s become a habit after my MA. Now I feel it’s just up to me to push my practice into the unknown using the learning experience as a catalyst.
12″ Vinyl picture disc referencing every nuclear explosion since 1945.
I launched my picture disc on Indiegogo a couple of weeks ago and at the halfway point I’m 53% funded!
This blog reflects the posts I write for Disability Arts Online where I write about my experiences as an Emergence Bursary Recipient.
I will be presenting the findings of my research regarding care facilities and their creative programmes (or lack thereof) within the areas of Fylde, Wyre and Blackpool.