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Textile Echoes

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.

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Paul Chisholm…

  ” Fusing irony with allegory, Paul Chisholm creates works layered with allusions to his personal history and emotional state, subtly criticizing social and political circumstances. Utilizing his own experience as a springboard, he has built a distinctive visual language, […]

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In context Gran Fury exhibition review

Gran Fury Read My Lips – In context now Auto Italia 2nd of October – 2nd December 2018 Wow finally a show marking the historical and political context of the AIDS crisis in the 80’s and 90’s. For the first […]

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Interview with Brainard Carey

Delving into the Business of Art and How the Art world functions i’m interviewing Art Professionals trying to find out more….. First up is Brainard Carey Author, Artist and owner of the Praxis Centre an online Centre for Artists….. Please […]

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Groundwork

an account of my a-n Artist Bursary professional development

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Book Review

Read all about it !  Highlighting my 5  best reads from last year. The Exform by Nicholas Bourriaud Forever and a day it feels like someone has been talking of Bourriaud and his theories on Contemporary Art and life, But […]

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suicide artists ! Crazy Kids !

“Artists as a profession are peculiar and susceptible to suicide. The solitary nature of their work and the consequent potential for disproportionate self-doubt represent a toxic combination. Oscar Kokoschka even claimed in 1923….  it as an Artistic privilege: My work contains everything […]

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Seaworthy Vessel

This blog charts the progress of my project ‘Seaworthy Vessel’, an ongoing participatory project that uses the concept of seaworthiness in ships as a metaphor for emotional resilience in the face of physical trauma in people.

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Quilliance

Spreading the word about Quilling – the Art of Paper Filigree

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Stills for a game

Developing the use of everyday choreographies, movement, gestures, performative texts, and encounter as process for translating into peripheral and public spaces.

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NEW WORK

New work by Sara Hayward RCA showing at Worcester Cathedral this summer.

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Access 2 – Unknown Statue Performance

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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Heard the one about the gynaecologist and the artist?

Once I was a young artist raised in the sixties and living the seventies. To the art school came the man raised in the twenties and living the Reformation; he is the assessor. He sallies forth into the studio and […]

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Thinking… CONSTRUCTION

Having been recently awarded the A-N artist bursary (many thanks!), my aim is to gain new experiences relating to ideas of construction….

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T,Bag 2019 a community art project

As an emerging multidisciplinary artist I voice my explorations through the use of everyday objects, sculpture, material manipulations, metaphors and subject research.

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Painting etc

A new stage of the journey

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The curse: dystopia, diaspora & climate change in Venice

I arrived during the preview week of the Venice Biennale as a recipient of an A-N Artist Bursary 2019. Curated by Ralph Rugoff, and named May You Live in Interesting Times, I wondered if the 58th International Art Exhibition could possibly […]

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Caryl Beach

It’s all about my art practice.

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Walks with Other Artists

Summer 2018 I walked the 268-mile Pennine Way as Unsolicited Artist in Residence. This series of walks forms the research stage of my new project, ‘Horizons Are Important’. I want to connect with other artists and learn about their practice while making new work in the process.

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