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William Tucker, Thebes, 1966, Arts Council Collection
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KALEIDOSCOPE: Colour and Sequence in 1960s British Art

KALEIDOSCOPE: Colour and Sequence in 1960s British Art looks at the radical changes that took place in British abstract art during the 1960s, with the use of industrial materials and vivid colour. It focuses especially on the growing cross-fertilization between […]

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Independence, demonstration, adaptation

I’ll close this blog with a short reflection and shuffle off. Overall, the key themes for me were independence but also a willingness and ability to adapt to a changing landscape, and the importance of group activity in facilitating discussions […]

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Bits & Bobs

A short and sweet post to wrap up some of the other bits and bobs which didn’t get a full fat write up. Mentioning them here in case it’s useful to anyone visiting Buda. Chimera Projects, a commercial gallery supporting mid-career […]

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Bods & Slow Travel

The best part of the trip was the intensity of traveling as part of a group and the discussions that happened around the planned delegation meetings and visits. Each of the delegation had a very particular project or interest that […]

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Know when to stop! Spreading myself too thinly?

One thing after another! Just back from Florence; Delivered my first Art workshop; made a mad dash to Bury st. Edmunds to deliver 3 paintings for the Suffolk Open Studios exhibition; Welsh Residency; first week of term for my Thursday […]

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Athletes and Artists

I’m no athlete that’s for sure… I admire the women athletes who have begun talking about how their menstrual cycle affects their performance. I admire the marathon runner who allowed her flow to flow to make the point. I think […]

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Wildeye wildlife filmmaking course

The Wildeye Filmmaking course in Norfolk was well aimed at people who want to get into the business, a little less so at artists learning specific skills they want to learn (but I am doing that bit later, one-to-one). It […]

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Keys please? Europarc updates…

  20.04.18 16:25 A dispute about keys to …blip in The Centre of Innovation. ‘Sorry – we’re closed…’ Then the estate agent returns a call at the last moment and grants me the keys. A serious man of business leaves – […]

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Over Sensitive?

The public and personal dilemmas of curation; curating a show of potentially upsetting or disturbing content, whilst considering the needs and concerns of the artists

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balance between bouts of tired

well – my last post was a bit dramatic !  i wasn’t feeling too good.  i’m recovering from a self diagnosed vitamin d deficiency and there is a possiblity of something else as yet undiagnosed. my previous post caught the […]

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Contact

Why can I not get in touch with the office??? Phone always engaged or is it broken, I sent and email and yet no response, ok it was only yesterday but I want to discuss the membership I bought as I believe I bought the wrong one. I f To me that is fairly important .

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Huddersfield Soup

We applied for Huddersfield Soup No.5 and sadly weren’t selected. However, on the afternoon of the event I received a call to say the reserve pitch had dropped out and therefore at #6 in the selection order we were now […]

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Job Exhibiting

Call for Entries, Summer Salon 2018

Islington Arts Factory invites artists to exhibit at the Summer Salon 2018. This is a great opportunity to showcase 2D work in any media as part of this large scale exhibition. If successful, you will Join up to 100 other artists from diverse backgrounds in presenting your work i

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Tower Bridge Artist in Residence

The application process for the 2018 Tower Bridge Artist in Residence programme is now open. This year, we are looking to invite data artists inside Tower Bridge to reveal new perspectives hidden within the fascinating data built up over the Bridge’s 124 year history.