"The trials and tribulations of working with museums in Leicester". Or perhaps "the exhibition that never was, changed three times and then was again in a lasting but intangible sort of way"…read it, you'll understand…
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we hope to discuss the politics, problems, highs and lows of putting together a series of grant funded shows over two years. The diverse resulting shows and the dialogue between selected artists and the curators louise Fox and Marilyn Middlemiss. […]
Foundation Degree in Fine Art leading to B.A (Hons)
BA (Hons) Fine Art, 3 years
Cheapside Show is a multi-disciplinary event from artist group Strange Ways, taking place at The Edge, Birmingham, 30/06/08 to 12/07/08. The site-specific and site-responsive arts project, will investigate one of the last remaining industrial locations in operation in central Birmingham […]
Projects unedited blog by Helen Thompstone
Fine Art: Learning Outcomes
Projects unedited blog by BaseNorth
BA (Hons) Fine Art
BA (Hons) Fine Art: Environmental Art & Sculpture
fine art. stuff and things, mainly.
a revealing unfolds, uneditied and shows purpose up to things
The Textile/Surface Design degree is an incredibly diverse course with work ranging from bespoke suface design for stationary and wallcoverings to contemporary textile art for gallery and installation settings.
Last spring, I was asked by Christine Gist if I were interested in developing a piece of work for a group show titled ‘Interventions in the Landscape: Paradise Revealed’ at Pines Gardens, St. Margaret’s Bay in Kent. In the meantime, […]
I am taking a BA(hons) Fine Art degree at the University of Derby. The course is really well structured and encourages contemporary arts of all disciplines. The facilities are second to none with a new purpose built campus dedicated to […]
BA (Hons) Fine Art.
BA (Hons) Art, Philosophy, Contemporary practices is fusion of fine art practice, history and theory and philosophy. Phew!
BA Fine Art, specialising in landscape paintings (very small ones!) Painting the landscape isn't as simple as it looks. With a degree show looming at the end of term, and a void of unresolved decisions to tie up, its a […]
BA (Hons) Visual Studies
Our last project in Sunderland, On Screen In Street, focused on showing video clips in Norfolk Street (Sunniside) business windows. This was so well supported that we have decided to focus on some of the same addresses for our next […]
BUILD's fourth residency has just been completed with artists Louise Hodges and Philip Mayer using the residency to experiment with collaboration and installation in their practice. Previous BUILD artists are Kitty Wingate, Steven Paige and Stacey Righton.
I have been commissioned to make a 'Gateway or Threashold' feature. The product will be a map of the town made in mosaic and installed in the High Street of the town. The mosaic is intended to encourage visitors to […]
Projects unedited blog by Emma Summer
Fine Art Painting/Printmaking
BA HONS FINE ART