My Time Space Money project will look at the rise in domestic abuse and violence against women during lockdown in the UK.
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Documenting my phd journey at the University of Derby.
Practice Led Research into Femicide, Domestic Violence, Relationships and Domesticity.
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.
Unusual gallery space staffed by small plastic cats.
Disengaging from The Attention Economy to plug into something/anything else, and then… blogging about it.
A blog about exploring the psyche, ego, soul and spirit within art research and practice.
Share tips on resilience with fellow emerging artists
# Flaunt It is an exhibition and social event in Southampton conceived by Tony Spencer and Peter McGinnis.
Create an income from doing what you love.Learn how to set SMART Goals to achieve success as an artist.Free Webinar for Artists Funded by the Arts Council
This project is in tandem with the blog: “Locked down into Paying/Denying Attention”.
I intend to access a beach that has no official access.
I am still exploring what I can do on this site. for the meantime please have a look at my website to discover what I have been doing during this unusual time to be graduating! https://jasminesheckleford.wixsite.com/onlytraces
Reflections on my changing art practices in a temporary working space
https://www.refused.space/ This online showcase offers a glimpse of a diverse range of work of exceptional quality from University of Suffolk’s BA (Hons) Fine Art 2020 graduating students. Outcomes that are the result of the students’ hard work and willingness to challenge […]
An alternative view of the landscape
I’ve called this blog ‘I draw’ because my art-work is centred on Drawing. I am an artist from Margate.
Portal is a new collaborative installation project initiated by Ceramic Artist Emma Summers. It is inspired by traditional folk and fairy tales and the the historical medieval market town of Ludlow and the community of South Shropshire.
Tracing the parallels between Ash Die Back disease (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus) and Covid 19
The art of biodiversity
A blog on filming on your smartphone
In the coronavirus age when, we learn, a virus is neither dead nor alive; when scientists can create and manipulate biological life, technology creates artificial life, and inanimate objects often appear to take on a life of their own, the question is, “What is Life”?
A new blog charting my continuing practice
My latest artwork is a video and spoken word performance
Pasha du Valentine writes this morning from her studio at Royal Clarence
Artists are bringing their £10.8 billion per year industry in to play to help lead this country out of darkness.
An exploration of forensic identity and what it means to be unable to identify human remains.
Musings from the Palace at Royal Clarence