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Furtherfield Micro-residency (save the date)

Free, Fair, and Alive! A People’s Park Play Day  10 August 10.00-17.00, Furtherfield Commons and surrounding area Future park self-governance starts with learning about the present. We gather for a public reading of stakeholders meeting minutes in the style of […]

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Untitled blog post from "Stills for a game"

And so I decide to take a 1.30pm flight to Kraków… A short exploratory trip connected to connecting, genetic memory, listening, walking, and touching the ground… Day 1 I stay still and listen to the the shifting sounds of distant […]

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Week 3 Thursday

More thinking than artwork today – at least to start with. I’ve been trying to get to grips with the rhythm of the dig and my place in it. Having tried various scenarios for various people – management, supervisors, students, […]

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Centrepieces studio and exhibition pop up – Bexleyheath

I am a member of Centrepieces mental health arts project (based in LB Bexley), which is a charity that helps adults in their mental health recovery through art. Centrepieces provides the resources for people to participate in art workshops and activities and to exhibit and sell.

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OLD BLOGS NEVER DIE

Old blogs never die, on AN that is. Today, as part of looking back, as I approach completing ten years of blogging, I republished some of my early blogs. Over time, some content has been eroded. Indeed, attempts have been […]

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Week 3 Wednesday

A busy morning starting early making a series of rapid sketches of the start of the archaeological day collecting kit from the store. Tea break provided a chance for a pair of studies. Just before lunch there was the excitement […]

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2D Technician

We are looking for a 2D Technician to provide technical support to the 2D programme area (painting, drawing, mixed media).

If you believe you have the right skills and experience for this role, we want to hear from you!

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Saturday and Sunday

Saturday 26 May Have now got 4 fans to test my experiment, to keep my length of fabric horizontal, yet moving and causing a disruption. I spend much of the day seeing if I can improve the upward flow of […]

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Thursday + Friday

Thursday 23 May This morning all the artists gather in the gallery, each looking for the ideal spot to put their work. I am drawn to the airy extension space which has a loose pebbly floor, horizontal beams and glass […]

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17/07/19

Whilst we were installing the Dwell Time exhibition at Huddersfield Railway Station this morning, we had a couple of conversations with passerby by. People were curious what we were doing and some commented on the previous work which had been […]

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I am delighted to inform you …..

I cannot quite believe it but this drawing …. …. has been accepted for the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize! Getting into this (and also when it was the Jerwood) has been a long-held ambition of mine … I keep […]

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16/07/19

We had a Dwell Time meeting today finalising the last bits of planning for our exhibition opening this Thursday and looking at the various funding applications we’re planning to apply for. We’ve been doing lots of interviews for this project […]

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15/07/19

I recently read Ella Minnow Pea by Mark Dunn: “A progressively lipogrammatic epistolary fable” in which the island inhabitants are required to use less and less letters of the alphabet in their speech and writing as they drop of the […]

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Tuesday + Wednesday

Tues 21 May It’s hot already so I make an early start and head out east towards the cemetery (an old family habit). It is huge, scruffy and busy. Shoulder high wildflowers sprawl across the site, littering the paths, choking […]

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