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30 Paintings in 30 Days, Day 18: Quiet Door

She’s sitting proudly in her subtle shades, in amongst her less than subtle neighbours. Exuding a much envied quiet confidence, she knows who she is and is comfy in her own skin. Quiet Door (mixed media painting on canvas board, […]

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Being Heard

I have had a wonderful experience of being listened to. In one day the chairman of the Plantation Gardens contacted me to ask if it would be useful for the gardeners to take into account my possible show of musicians […]

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Waiting at East Putney station

When we view things it is never a flat scene in front of us. We take for granted the layers of structures, nature and people, interweaving one behind the other, a constant change of positioning and shifting going on all […]

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Getting Going

So now the money has landed in my account I can start in earnest. It is worth noting that in the same week the money arrives, Birmingham goes into local lockdown measures, and 3/5 of the band, the recording studio […]

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30 Paintings in 30 Days, Day 17: Sunny Surround Door

She’s positively aglow and feeling in full vibrancy. She adores the trailing plants against her sunny surround. It’s natural for her to flow into the trance of appreciating all around her and being appreciated in return before she gently retreats […]

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How Mentoring With Laura I. Art Gallery has helped Glenn sell his art

We have invited one of our own very talented artists, Glenn Badham, to share his story. In a live conversation, Glenn will take you through the process of how mentoring sessions helped him sell out over 23 paintings in his one-man show, secured 4 commissions etc.

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Create An Income From Doing What You Love

In this webinar, we are aiming to give you clarity about your goals and ambitions and set up real plans to get you there. Writing effective goal setting is the foundation to every successful business.

Grace Jones, NYC, 1970s. Photograph by Anthony Barboza
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Now Showing: The week’s top exhibitions

Current and forthcoming selection of exhibitions, talks and projects presented via online viewing rooms, social media and other online platforms, plus newly reopened physical spaces, including: Grace Before Jones at Nottingham Contemporary and Olivia Bax’s Mark Tanner Sculpture Award Show at Standpoint Gallery, London.

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Course Leader BA (Hons) Creative Events Management

An exciting opportunity has arisen within AUB’s BA (Hons) Creative Events Management course to lead this vibrant and well established course which recently celebrated its 25th Anniversary.

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30 Paintings in 30 Days, Day 16: Sleepy Door

She sleepily twitches the latch and settles back into her nook, cosseted by the cushion of green lushness. Like a dog snoozing with one ear cocked, those bright hues so roughly hidden give away her true alertness. Sleepy Door (mixed […]

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DUF Stuff

DUF Stuff → #dataunionfork @Untitled Festival 18/09/20 Klink!

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Micha Eden Erdész: ‘So Near Far’

Newlon Housing Trust commissioned Artist Micha Eden Erdész in 2011 to create ‘So Near Far’ at their London flagship site Ashburton Triangle, on the periphery of a major London sports venue in Holloway. ‘So Near Far’ was devised in relation […]

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The studio

I’ve read The Function of the Studio by Daniel Buren and Thomas Repensek this morning. The text opens with a quote that’s also in the book, The Studio Reader: on the space of artists, and firstly describes the archetypes of […]

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Deputy Director

Para Site, Hong Kong’s leading contemporary art institution and one of the oldest and most active independent centres in Asia, is seeking a Deputy Director, following the departure in December of Claire Shea, the current holder of the position.

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Class of 2020: Ariel Helyes

Painting, Royal College of Art. “I make works about thinking, works about my disdain for labour and works about powerlessness. I prefer the lightest of media and the use of techniques that require little time. But if making an artwork […]

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Class of 2020: John Iveson

BA (Hons) Fine Art, Teesside University, MIMA School of Art and Design. “I use photography to consider the relationship of geometric forms in derelict, and disused, neglected buildings. I study the idea of ruin through documentary photography, to question time […]

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Class of 2020: Al Hill

BA Fine Art Sculpture, University of the Arts London, Camberwell College of Arts. “Examples of Queer Domesticity is a piece of textile, based on the theme of queer domesticity in the bathroom. Drawing from examples that Al Hill and their […]

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