When is an Illustration not an Illustration? As I enter my final degree year the daily navigation of my creative identity still feels an uphill hike in foggy terrain. I began this journey as a ‘mature’ student seeking a doorway […]
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Collaborations are organizations or individuals who work together to promote each other’s goods, work, or services. A collaboration is any type of engagement with another company, product owner, person, or group where you may benefit. For instance, a fashion brand […]
Social media has 4.55 billion users word wide. It is often framed as a purely negative thing, what with the ability of bad news and misinformation to spread, but what are some of the positives of social media? Social media […]
The best time to post on social media depends entirely on the function. For businesses, the best time to post on social media is on weekday mornings, specifically Mondays, Wednesday, and Thursday. This seems to stick to traditional business hours, […]
According to the website Gaping Void, people don’t read most art blogs because they fail to inspire the viewer. The most successful art blogs set an inspiring example and leads the viewer to want to create pieces of their own. […]
hiring talent, building relationships, and connecting with other professionals in the field. Twitter offers businesses the chance to find relevant conversations and add to them in meaningful ways. There are also communities built around industry-specific hashtags on Twitter, alongside the […]
A blog is an online journal or diary that is regularly updated with text, pictures, videos, or other content. It can be personal or professional. It can cover a wide range of topics from food to crime, or anything the […]
The history of my project of making installation art that interacts with museum artefacts.
I am discovering, meeting, and interviewing artists and write about it about four times a year.
So there’s a few ways to better your Instagram account and one of those is by using hashtags. Using hashtags are important to add to posts because they help to expand your Instagram audience. If you posted a picture with […]
This is a short introduction to me, and what I do here in Manchester
Using this space as a notebook of ideas around archives, records and power
A year-long Arts Council of Wales funded reportage drawing project in which I draw visitors to Ruthin Craft Centre and Oriel Davies as they engage with the art and the art spaces.
Somewhere to talk about being an ND person, a professional artist and project lead.
A multiform postmemory exploration of second generation political exile from the Spanish Civil War.
I am working with social media and a very traditional medium, the comic book, to create a socio-political publication. I am using ideas of propaganda and storytelling to create highly graphic pages created by AI and Procreate. The pages are […]
This blog is for the Level 6 Professional Practice 2 module. I will use this blog to research and analyse different ways of using online marketing resources in order to grow my understanding of how best to cultivate online opportunities as a professional artist.
I am building a connection and memory in deep time through my drawing practice.
Freelance Research – University of Warwick & Culture Central Partnership
My work displayed as part of our BA2 exhibition
Is it worth paying to promote my website?
Hello, Cerys here! I am a student at Carmarthen School of Art, where I’m currently studying BA2 Fine Art Sculpture. I am 24, from South Wales and just starting my journey into the professional art world. Although I grew up […]
Tattooing has been extremely difficult for me to get going in within the industry from learning the craft to getting started in a shop. In time I would like the channel to support and guide upcoming Artists with in the […]
This is a project I’ve been doing on the Bobbin Mills that once dotted the landscape of the lake district.
Events happening in West Yorkshire and beyond (for studio based activities, please see ‘From the Studio’ blog posts)