This blog follows the reaction to a fire in the building where Green Door Studios was located. The building on Highgate in Kendal, Cumbria had been the studio premises for the artists’ collective since it was established in 1995.
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Dialogue is imperative to my practice, I cannot make artwork alone in my studio like the archetypal image of the Artist. I make art that comes out of conversations and interactions with communities. I now realise that structured critical and […]
This blog documents my work during a three month residency at Fremantle Arts Centre, Western Australia. The FAC is a state funded, multi-arts organization hosting exhibitions, residencies, concerts and workshops.
for the bees is a participatory project led by Owen Griffiths and Fern Thomas which stems from a concern about the threat to bees. Working with a musician we will compose a song for community choirs to sing to bee […]
BA (Hons) Fine Art
We are Level 2 BA Fine Art students. Every year Level 2 students take part in Gallery Practice. With support from staff, the students organise & co-ordinate a public exhibition, from securing a venue, fundraising & publicising, to the installation […]
BA (hons) Fine Art a contemporary art course focussing on a healthy balance of context and practice.
This blog has been formed to provide information and reviews about Blank Media Collective, our events and the services that we can offer emerging practitioners.
I attended my graduation cermenony on Monday; the honeymoon period is now over, I have recovered from the stresses of student life, been on holiday, caught up on neglected tasks, worried about the superficiality of my ideas, got bored and […]
I have been staying at the home of friends who live in France where I have been inspired to create silkscreen and monoprints prints using Lichen found on the oak trees.
Ba (hons) Fine Art
From the drawing board to the opening night, this blog will cover the realisation of my proposal for the market estate project. www.marketestateproject.com
Journey to the Podium is an opportunity for artists to adopt one of the Essex ambassador athletes and create an artwork that marks their journey to the 2012 games. Organised by Essex County Council Arts Development, the brief is to […]
I’m currently studying for a PGCE at Goldsmiths, and due to this my art practice has come under great pressure. I hope this blog will explore the relationship of my practice with my teaching experiences, and how they interlink and […]
I have been invited to exhibit and give a talk to students at Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, Canada in February 2010.– coroocoo coroocoo coroocoo coroocoo – The title of my research is ‘Tell me something: our […]
Lewis Holleran & Gary Bolam on the lead up to a joint exhibition at the Park Gallery, Falkirk, Scotland…
St George’s Arts is an artist led organisation based at a redundant church in Esher, Surrey, a Tudor building which provides an inspiring setting for arts events. It hosts an annual Artist / Maker residency and is developing a programme […]
Recording my progress I prepare to exhibit as part of a group show, Danger, at The Rag Factory in East London, curated by Kate Wiggs.
Public Facilities is a sign-posting project which will hopefully divert some traffic into some of the “semi-public” places in society. The project will be launched on Wednesday 3rd of March with a public intervention in Temple Bar, Dublin, where participants […]
I am a third year Art Practice student at Goldsmiths, University of London. But I am also director of Q-Art London, a forum for students and graduates from across London’s art universities.
I am using this blog as a way to develop the characters that are forming within my work. Perhaps creating a different profile/project for each character, allowing them to take on their own meanings and history, with the hope that […]
A blog telling of the stresses of the last semester of my glass degree at The University of Wolverhampton!
Pretty Vacant is a project being run by myself and a friend. We organise exhibitions of student and graduate work in empty public spaces. for more info please visit www.prettyvacant.org Follow our story as we embark on our second project…
…on moving to the UK and figuring out the intricacies of the London Art Scene…
Landscape/Portrait (www.landscape-portrait.com) is a collaboration between artist Kevin Carter, artists, communities from around the UK.The project presents self-portraits of real people across England and Scotland and compares them with the demographic portraits that exist based on official statistics for their […]