AiM provides supported studio spaces — “creative sanctuaries” — for artists with acute and enduring mental health problems. Established in 2002, studio holders are supported by mentors who are practicing artists, and exhibit both as a group and as individuals. […]
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A blog about the Revolutionary Arts Group's network of artists and arts organisations using empty shops to create temporary pop-up shops, community spaces and galleries
A Three Year BA (HONS) in Fine Art at Northumbria University.
Things have moved on since since winding up my last blog “After Rites”. Some good things have happened, and some bad things, but I’m now getting some creative ideas and direction, enjoying a time of inspiration that I will soon […]
Third year Fine Art, leading up to degree show twentyten
A move to York as an artist in residence… a year surrounded by children, away from my London life.
An Arts Council funded project this new work takes the British Engineerium, once an important Victorian pumping station as the driving force to explore our industrial heritage. Instruments of Power (working title) will explore shifting attitudes towards the machine, steam […]
The highs and the even highers of running an independent art and culture paper!
Ba (Hons) Fine Art Currently specialising in performance, mixed media and installation.
I am a photographer working in Leeds, West Yorkshire. It’s been almost a year since I graduated from my degree, and I haven’t done anything with my photography. Hopefully this blog will help me get motivated and develop my critical […]
The following diary excerpts, emails, texts and transcripts will record my extraordinary experiences as I prepare some sort of work for the next Whitstable Biennale in 2010. At the point of writing I have very little idea of what I […]
I have been commissioned to work with the community of Voe to create a permanent piece of artwork for their school playground. This is a collaborative commission organised jointly by Creative Links and Olnafirth Primary School, both part of Shetland […]
www.bernicewilson.com http://twitter.com/BeNice4 Studying a BA in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins, specializing in 2D – mostly painting and photography with a bit of animation and sound thrown in for good measure
Artist Larna Campbell is excited to be ESA’s first artist-in-residence at Union 105, the new artspace at 105 Chapeltown Road. Larna will make public interventions around Chapeltown that come out of a process of dialogue and interaction. Larna is interested […]
This blog will form the basis of my contribution to ‘Lecture Hall. Free School.’ curated by Five Years and Ladies of the Press. It will be translated into a performance, which will be shown on Friday 18th June, 16.00 – […]
BA (Hons) Fine Art
I want to use this blog in some way to make it all better, slightly. I am a realist.
The hoarding – in Kennington, South London – is opposite the Charlie Chaplin Adventure Playground where I was placed during 2009 by the South London Gallery, as artist in residence. Work with the children again, I will be writing texts […]
Given the increasing numbers of academically qualified artists, some educated even to PhD level (there now exist Doctors of Art), I have wondered, for a number of years, about the concept of an Art Surgery modelled around the idea of […]
BA Hons – Fine Art
BA Fine Art
ba hons textile crafts, explores contemporary craft within art and design.
BA Fine Art
BA Fine Art.