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 […]
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Lady Kitt and Dan Russell’s Artists Make Change Peer Learning Group for the North East of England.
We are a group called Stair/Slide Space who will be asking the question “What does it mean to drop out?” through our peer learning group session. The topic of dropping out is very timely, with many of us falling out […]
Miyuki Kasahara: 5 x 5 sq ft & Liam Scully: 100 days/ 100 drawings
BA-LF: How to apply the Doughnut Economics Thinking & Teal Paradigm to an Artists Network and Beyond.
This is a blog about RE-Create my clothing renovation app I created through lockdown and an Archive blog since 2012 on Art+ Fashion.
An alternative view of the landscape
A lifetime with many highs and setbacks, with a gap programming computers for a large food manufacturer to earn some money and a pension!
Rabbits Road Press (London) Granby Press (Liverpool) and Tender Hands Press (Glasgow) are delighted to be working together as an Artist Make Change Peer Learning Group. Through creating a working group, we are keen to share best practice about how […]
The true story of an artist’s recent experience of falling victim to a phishing campaign, how to avoid falling into a similar trap and what to do if and when it happens.
We are going ahead with our program just as art fairs and exhibitions are being cancelled or postponed
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 […]
We gained Arts Council Funding.
An Arts Council England supported project seeking to engage a broad national and international audience in discussions around heritage, migration and interconnectedness
An incentivisation vehicle documenting the attempted rebirth (or reawakening) of the craft enterprise business ‘GAO Industries’. Will it succeed? I don’t know.
open call on the theme of restriction and what that means to you.Some insight into how the Correspondence Collective was formed and how we envisage building an online community of artists.
A great feature in Book Arts newsletter from UWE Bristol
Here at last is my blog for the a-n Artist Bursaries 2020.The bursary was for me develop my soundart skills and practice. It is such a boost to get this kind of award enabling you to pay for courses, equipmen & mentoring and gives you a bit of ‘street cred’ with commissioners.
what is mail art? a brief look at how I found mail art and what it means to me to be using mail art as an art practice.
Working with new skills and a new collaborative partner for the new year, exploring questions that has arisen so far.
Inaugural monthly blog on portrait and musician art.
Laying a screenprint, one colour separation after another
Silver Jewellery Making is a practical beginners’ guide to making silver jewellery. Seven step-by-step projects guide you through the core skills and techniques that will enable you to progress to making your own beautiful jewellery.
When Covid strikes and that you’re already in lockdown, you’ve got no choice but to come out….
Textile Echoes: Annette Mills, Delia Salter, Jennifer Jones and Tara Kennedy are textile artists who have been accepted for a month’s residency at The Textile Centre, Blonduos, Iceland.