We’ve had some fortuitous timing with this project, most notably that our decision to work with risograph aligned with The Old Waterworks expansion of their printmaking facilities to include – a risograph! Although I’m no longer a studio holder there, […]
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The mixed media artist will create a unique piece of art for the Parliamentary Art Collection in response to the campaign trail and election result.
Video still of a performance with Arts Council England funding forms 2017-2018. Autistic author and poet, Joanne Limberg, has described this blog post, first published on WordPress, as essential reading. So I’m sharing it here too. In many ways it […]
I am interested in the notion of Nothing, and what nothing is? I imagine that when I look into darkness or pure black, the absence of light is the boundary of the universe, creating a memory of what it was […]
# Flaunt It is an exhibition and social event in Southampton featuring Tony Spencer, Peter McGinnis and Jilly Evans, who present a visual comment on current society, disability, humanity, ritual, and positive phycology.
This blog will serve as a record of the steps I take to realise a bronze sculpture for the lawn of Sandham Memorial Chapel
For the second part of my research, I visited the Botanical garden and library in Padua. Being in Padua you can’t escape the historic background of the city and to get a better understanding of the Renaissance context of […]
Chromatic compass, a recent painting that encapsulates my passion for colour and geometry. Futuristic angles and vivid colours (including metallic ones , i.e., silver) both collide into a striking composition.At first glance, this paintings seem static. Yet a dynamic sense […]
Wednesday 18 December 2019 Huddersfield Railway Station Join the Dwell Time team in the First Class Waiting Room on Platform 1 of Huddersfield Railway Station for mental wellbeing/festive card making, mince pies and mulled wine (other refreshments available and/or […]
Launch exhibition Includes Banksy, Grayson Perry, Tim Fishlock, Harland Miller, and KAWS
Thinking about two senses of the word ‘gesture’ – researching and developing a new body of work with the help of the a-n Mentoring Bursary 2019.
The 2020 a-n Artist Bursaries are now open for applications, with awards of between £500-£1,500 available to a-n Artist and Joint (Artist and Arts Organiser) members wishing to undertake self-directed professional development.
to provide high quality, relevant learning opportunities which enable students to maximise their educational, vocational and personal development potential.
the role requires substantial experience of managing loans, arranging transport and insurance for temporary exhibitions, liaising effectively with colleagues and external contacts within a gallery/museum or similar environment.
responsible for coordinating the day to day running of two MA programmes as well as assisting in the coordination of the shared curriculum and programme elective units.
looking for an exceptional Programme Director to lead the artistic and cultural strategic vision for our CPP programme: lead the development, delivery and evaluation of the programme.
call for conference papers and artist micro-commissions.
seeking a dynamic and enthusiastic full-time Administrator to work closely with a small, busy team supporting all areas of the organisation’s activities.
to support the other team members to ensure that the Print Sales Gallery stock and administrative systems are maintained accurately and that the Print Sales Gallery programme of commercial exhibitions and associated events is delivered professionally, accurately and on time.
invitation for expressions of interest to design and build an outdoor structure for a new secondary school in Barking.
an exciting opportunity to join ARC and support the development and delivery of our creative programmes – including work with young, older and disabled people and an extensive community-led programme.
to support workshops and projects preparation and liaise with customers as well as tutors and partners. To work with the Open Programme Project Manager to coordinate programmes, courses, lectures and study trips.
awards to support the production and dissemination of new moving image works.
The Lodge Project will enable an established artist with a minimum of 5 year’s experience to undertake a funded residency, in the Derbyshire Dales, in July, August and September of 2020.
The Creekside Artists Graduate Studio Award is designed to support the development of a professional artist by providing studio space and peer support in the recent months since graduation.