A 7th season as Artist in Residency at the Ness of Brodgar excavations in Orkney.
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Drawing links between fine art and particle physics.
I’ve LOST my new studio but am still painting.
Announcing my new coffee table art book
A group of artists have been inspired by the historic records of Shepton Mallet Prison, including “crimes” such as being a Suffragette or the theft of butter.
The artists will be spending time in the prison to create work inspired by the building and its history.
In 2021, I received the a-n Artist Bursary Time, Space, Money to create a ‘Contract of Self Care’ to support a best practice model for artists who have a social practice as well as the participating members of the public involved in their projects.
a blog charting my year long journey as one of the 2022-23 student residency co-hort at banks mill in derby.
How on earth to continue a practice with no income??? Dealing with financial abuse and neglect.
My work conflates the real and the imaginary within a multidisciplinary practice, including digital installation, comics, animation and sound art. #payingartists
I document my life from a seated position, turning my experiences into art.
Agency of Realised Worlds exhibition celebrates the life work of the Artist Clem Archibald. This exhibition is a collaboration between Artist Clem Archibald and Curator Sarah Francis. Heading down to APS I first meet the curator Sarah Francis for a […]
Revisiting my connection with urban green spaces—those wild or cultivated places inside or close to the city walls.
Not Visual Artists. Young Artists being made to think Analytically, Convergently before they’ve developed their Divergent Creative thinking crushes their talent and works against the goals of creative people, communities and country. We need other ways to develop young artists.
When online, your artwork is vulnerable to being stolen by the unscrupulous. This is unfortunate but what can be done to protect against the theft? There are a number of counter-measures that can be taken. An obvious way to protect […]
So posting on Instagram might seem like rocket science to some people but if you’re new to it then it might seem a bit confusing. On the screen there will be 5 icons along the bottom. The first one is […]
In this blog I’ll be expanding on some of the fleeting thoughts that capture my interest as I go about my life and work. Things that I want to expand upon and become more conscious of. Any responses are most welcome!
Artist Adinda van ‘t Klooster describes some examples of art using Virtual Reality and some different platforms that bring these to the public
I aim to investigate and evaluate how social media can help artists extend their reach amongst viewers, do research and explore opportunities.
a plan devised by sarah filmer and katie daley-yates to make things with men experiencing isolation in a suburban southampton community, drawing on the resources found in the surrounding green spaces.
finally back at my paint spot
Collaborative research and development project exploring geographical and psychological territories and the nature of the boundaries that may protect and/or restrict.
A programme of talks, walks, and events at Crate in Margate looks at access issues
Professional Practice 2 : Blogging and Dyslexia