During May I shall be traveling to New York as part of a Professional Development Bursary to attend: Open Engagement 2018, Queens Museum. Keynotes: Lucy Lippard and Mel Chin
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Exploring postmodernism using the story of the Chinese Community of Liverpool as a springboard of ideas.
Making friends on the trian
Documentation of an artist in residency program at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Seoul, Korea, from the 11th of April to the 20th of June 2018.
Reflective blog on my recent trip to Budapest, funded and supported by Castlefield Gallery and a-n.
David Frank Harding has at last released his collections from the last 10 years.
Reflective blog on recent delegation to Budapest organised by a-n & Castlefield Gallery.
Image: quickly taken photo of László Haris’ ‘Blow Up, 3-4’ (1973) taken whilst browsing Saándor Szilágyi’s ‘Neo-Avant-Garde Trends in Hungarian Art Photography’
A reflective blog about the recent International Delegation to Budapest, Organised by Castlefield Gallery and A-N.
Refelections on a trip to Budapest as part of the a-n / Castlefield Artists’ International Delegation 2018
Reflective blog on my recent trip to Budapest, kindly funded by Castlefield Gallery’s Lee Artists’ International Bursary Fund and supported by a-n.
Sometimes you’ve just got to say no to Westminster.
Link below: Anna Rogers, art & design as socio-economic activism. Written by Emily Hartless
A collation of my research into rural arts, what it means, the challenges and what others have been up to in this area.
Previous Student Project
In February 2017 I proposed a research trip to a cluster of projects and event in Germany and the Netherlands which are situated across a variety of my artistic interests and resonate with several of the projects I am currently […]
Research into art and mental health informing collaborative newspaper project Dwell Time. https://dwelltimepress.wordpress.com
I’m currently looking into urban decay and abandonment, the process of a changing urban world and the feelings of dystopia contrasted with the possibility of renewal. I’m giving consideration to imagery that portrays both a sense of place and of change.
This blog shares my experiences as the inaugural Artist in Residence at Tower Bridge throughout 2017. As the residency ends, I reflect upon the year long development of my multidisciplinary practice.
Presented at the ‘What Is? Collective’ event, Heads Up Festival, Hull, March 2018.
Following an artist-led community engagement intervention on the Trees Estate, Preston
Reflecting on the experience of opening a gallery in an area simultaneously denigrated, marred and celebrated for its unique political history,
During my residency I’ll be working on the planning and development of The Great River Run, an endurance running and live performance artwork that will follow the trajectory of the river Thames from its source to the mouth of the sea, a distance of around 220 miles.
During 2018 to July 2019 I am one of ten artists working as part of a project, ‘Surrey Unearthed’ across the Surrey Hills. I am an artist and papermaker and work by walking, collecting, interacting with people and making.
Reflections on what turned out to be rather life altering.