Project Space 11 opened on the 23rd June 2010,is an artist-led initiative situated in the heart of Plymouth City Market. The setting of a traditional indoor market – a microcosm of Plymouth culture and unique in its architecture creates an […]
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This Blog will chart the activities of Sam West as we research and develop sustainable artist-led activity in the UK and beyond. Sam West has just received a NAN Futurific! Bursary : which will help us to further develop artist […]
A blog by the Degrees unedited online editor to focus on and spotlight student artists work that deals with photography, either as an approach, a methodology, a tool or indeed an end result. This is a cross-blog with the World […]
I am an emerging freelance art writer, working on growing my business. This blog is my attempt to be 100% truthful about getting work, getting paid, time, marketing & networking, dispelling the myths around creative portfolio careers.
Blog to document my ongoing research into the transformation of the mundane and revealing areas of unconciously collaborative activity. as part of my MA Fine Art site and aarchive course at UCLAN.
This blog will cover 5 days of the third week of the current strand of the Head & Whole project, taking place at Abbey Walk Gallery in Grimsby. It will take the form of informal musings regarding the content and […]
Anthony Boswell’s life and work as an artist.
Fundada Artists’ Film Festival is a showcase of international contemporary screen-based art. Fundada believes that art should be fun and inclusive, conceptually strong and critically engaged. Curated by artists Alice Bradshaw and Nancy Porter. http://fundadaartistsfilmfestival.blogspot.com/
For the next 12 months I will be an artist in residence at a quarry. I hope to open up a dialogue about working in heavy industry as an artist. This residency has been made possible through the support of […]
A record of my two-year residency at Lime, an arts and health organisation. The residency gives me and three other artists free studio space and access to equipment and resources, in exchange for working for Lime one day a month.
One project, 12 challenges, 12 months.
Pigeons are a kind of disruptive anomaly amongst the order of the city, and yet they usurp the order whilst being a part of it. Surely the best means of rebellion/subversion; become a part of the system you aim to […]
Blogging the research and development of COPY, a Yorkshire based network and platform for critical/experimental/art writing, supported by the NAN Go and See Bursary scheme. http://www.copy-pages.org
Visual Art and Professional Practice B.A. at University Centre Folkestone which is part of Canterbury Christchurch. We are a new campus based in the Creative Quarter in Folkestone. My course is a practical one with a History, theory and context […]
Curator Helen Kaplinsky is undertaking a residency from the 4th July – 10th August at 501 Art Centre, Chongqing, China. She has commissioned London-&-Berlin-based artist-&-DJ collective psychoanalYSL to produce new work for the exhibition. This blog documents Helen’s research, alongside […]
I decided to keep a diary of my working on this The School Looks Around – project being run by daisi. I have been appointed lead artist at South Dartmoor Community College in Ashburton. The School Looks Around is a […]
Fine Art (sculpture)
I’m currently in my final year doing Fine Art (painting).
This blog is to record the progress of setting up our first Art Trail in the lovely town of Belper, Derbyshire. For our first year, we aim to put 10 artists into 10 venues. The trail will take place in […]
I work in sculpture, mosaic and mixed media. This blog is to record the journey of my practice and how I develop personally and intellectually. I will also be recording the process of working with a business support programme which […]
BA (Hons) Fine Art franchised from Glyndwr University, Wrexham
Wimbledon college of Art (Ba)Hons: Fine Art: Painting
It could fizzle out before it gets going, blow up in our faces or explode and set the town on fire – a step by step record of a project unfolding.
Ten studio days over the next couple of months to find a rhythm. Daily exercises as a discipline and as a structure to build on. Time to experiment.