A blog written by Freelance Artist, Raising the Bar Project lead and Neurodiversity in Arts Consultant Gaia Redgrave focussing on access in the arts for those who are neurodiverse and/or disabled. This blog is intended as a resource for artists, organisations and funders alike.
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This is my blog for Professional Practice 2 where I will be looking at how people in the creative field promote themselves and how galleries and foundations promote artists.
This blog is for my Professional Practice 2 module where I’ll be analysing and researching artists’ websites and their social media presence e.g Instagram, in response to help grow my professional engagement in the art world and my professional presence on social media.
What’s it like to be a neurodiverse creative with a late diagnosis of ASD aged 54 years old? Time to find out I guess…
This blog is for my Professional Practice 2 module, in which I will be reviewing and analysing the social media accounts/blogs of various artists and galleries.
New beginnings in Lincoln with a very special studio visit (our two kids).
It dawned on me that all my paid commercial work is human centered but my fine art is generative, or made by chance, or performative using plastic cats as the actors. There is little human contact in the core of my fine art.
Professional practice 2 module blog. This blog will be reviewing other artists’ blogs, social media, websites and other platforms. This will help me develop my own practice and gain an understanding of what works for me as a practitioner.
Crab Nebulae , from The Cloudy and Hot Atmosphere of a Quiet Sun. Acrylic on paper.
From the light projection of the same name.
Marcus and Ron – Contemporary Artists introduce their latest Artwork Title: We Love You but.. includes new words!
Experiences of the dismissal regarding female reproductive health issues
The trials and tribulations of setting up an exhibition in Hastings in the Covid-19 landscape.
Pollen Collective is delighted to announce their first London exhibition. Nine multidisciplinary artists have developed new ways of working in response to the challenges of the past year. The bold new work celebrates our relationships with domestic and natural spaces through mate
There is this idea(l) of the artist creating art for art’s sake, living la vie bohème, being envied for their freedom and creativity and having the liberty to express their individuality as they please. Is this actually the case though?
Online mentoring sessions for creatives – www.joannewebbstudio.co.uk
Botanical illustration in the modern world – exhibiting in the midst of a global pandemic!
Artists Marcus Clarke and Puppet Ron discuss their Artistic collaboration Titled: Money-Bitcoin which explores Duality and Value.
New international digital platform Art et al., showcasing curated work by neurodiverse artists from across the UK and Australia, launched on April 14
The website features new commissions and conversations between artists from supported studios, peers and arts professionals
Shared Visual Experiences and Thinking Through Art is abbreviation for SVETTA Art Club for NHS staff working at Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Foundation Trust
We are a group of artists, curators and arts educators, where the majority are members of Young Blood Initiative, an international community of artists that aims to explore other ways to create and collaborate. We have set up this study […]
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In his hand, he holds a memory
Artists Marcus Clarke and Puppet Ron discuss their Artistic collaboration Titled:Six Cherry Blossoms