Does anyone read blogs – how do I get your attention. Should I put these things in my work – will it get everyone’s attention and me in the papers and pay my mortgage – please let me know.
Blogs - Page 83 of 101 - a-n The Artists Information Company
Miss B’s Salons are regular discussion events chaired by Ruth Beale (Miss B) that bring together invited groups of artists, curators and interested parties to present and discuss their work and selected topics. They are frequently private and by invitation […]
What happens when siblings who get on really well in general but argue (let’s be frank here) frequently about art decide to confront their differences for a joint exhibition? Through a process in which my sister and I make work […]
Studying for Fine Art BA (Hons) based in Wirral and accredited by John Moores University in Liverpool.
BA Fine Art
Helen Scalway is an artist who works using drawing to investigate pattern and place. She has just completed a residency project with the V&A and Royal Holloway, London University. In 2007 and 2008 she held residencies at The Drawing Centre, […]
99 Paintings from a personal archive of photos. With accompanying blog! www.rylandart.com
I am an artist working in Narberth, Pembrokeshire. I have an exhibition at the Queens Hall, Narberth in March 2011. Approximately 6 months away I plan to document the preparatory work on this blog. Dr J Beau & Mr H […]
I was selected to participate in a four-week artist residency at the 501 Artspace in Chongqing, China. I have written this blog as a way of documenting the experience and what happens after the residency when you get back? This […]
Contemporary Fine Art student based in Nottingham involved in a number of curatorial projects.
The journey I am taking as someone who has enjoyed creating for years but has started to make his work available for others to see. Collaborations and many other projects are in the works, so will keep this updated with […]
Artists from St Helens have come together to address the lack of affordable, accessible, studio spaces in the town. Highs and lows from the group’s inception and along their journey towards more space for art in this North-West town.
Fine Art (Painting) – Final Year, Bath School of Art and Design
I’m a recent BA fine Art graduate, my work deals with my own body and personal identity.
Artists Anna Francis, Kate Lynch and Katie Shipley are collaborating on a new project in Stoke. Using QR codes to create a tour of Stoke town. We will be using this blog to record the process of the project.
Nina Chua and Jessica Longmore will be Artists in Residence at the 501 Contemporary Artspace, Chongqing, China during November 2010. Whilst in Chongqing we will be working on individual projects, but will be taking part in a series of daily […]
APT – Artist Parents Talking is a network of professional artists with main caring responsibilities for their children. This blog documents the process of developing a meeting in Yorkshire, funded by NAN.
Journalling my AHRC funded MA in History of Art (leading to PhD)… Focusing on Agnes Martin, art and theory of the 1960s… I also write on contemporary art, draw, paint and am setting up a gallery in West Philadelphia, USA…
Some of my projects are months in the making. Some just launch without thought. My recent Twitter project (#ADailySelfReflection -a self-portrait every day) is certainly a case of jumping before looking, but I am following instinct as a means to […]
Spoil Heap Harvest is a commission for Leicestershire Musuems TRANSFORM Snibston Discovery Museum. Spoli Heap Harvest sees Paul Conneally undertaking a number of cultural forages through the area of NW Leicestershire where Snibston is situated. The forages are mediated by […]
Projects unedited blog by Yvette Dubel
A record of a journey.
I couldnt get the image of the crocodile eating the moon that night out of my mind. This is an exploration, I am trying to find as ever a way to respond. Continuing to develop my work , take steps […]
I’m working with visual memory and text (rather than memory based in human figures and narrative) Especially foreign writing–from travels in Asia and visual influences of written Asian language characters.
BA Fine Art, School of Art, Birmingham Institue of Art and Design.