Walk through the process of creating a mural from start to finish
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Strategies for creativity when the world is in chaos
a-n Artist Bursaries 2020 recipient whose work explores mapping and scientific visualisation technologies discusses the impact of her bursary, and how she has adapted to coronavirus Covid-19 and the subsequent lockdown.
A multiply layered and wide ranging exhibition.
Cooler day and night with some showers.
As part of their open call, psychotherapist Irina Petreanu and photographer Liliana Zaharia are hosting a series of weekly free workshops as an intention to open up a dialogue about how emotions can be experienced in the body.
This was half my total harvest of radish. There were two left alone by the slugs. Even this one has a bite out of it. Radishes may have originated in South East Asia. Greek and Roman agriculturalists of the first […]
First three artichokes of the season. Cooked them whole and served with a vinaigrette. Leaves were tasty and I ate the hearts as well as the chokes which were still soft and tender. Artichoke has art at the start (as […]
Liverpool John Moores University BA Fine Art students are staging their final exhibition ‘on Mars’. Announcing that our ‘planet is currently broken’, they are using NASA’s detailed 3D scans to transport viewers to the Gale crater on Mars – creating […]
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I’ve just completed my second year studying MA Multi-Disciplinary Printmaking at the University of the West of England. Since my last post (back in November!) I’ve made a lot of progress and have recorded in other ways but not on […]
BA (Hons) Contemporary Art Practice student, UWS/City of Glasgow College. “Environmental chaos and vanishing resources are the current legacy of our culture. It is time to accept diversity and no longer regard items as mere detritus or disposable commodities.” Alison Brewster experiments […]
Venue:Up The Wall at 31
From:May 21, 2020
To:June 30, 2020
From:July 04, 2020
To:July 12, 2020
Location:South West England
A 17.5ft x 8ft Llanidloes mural has recently appeared in a community garden belonging to Compton’s Yard Trust. The work features well-known landmarks and various individuals local to the Llanidloes area. The main emphasis pays tribute to all essential workers […]
A wet afternoon going into a wetter evening and night. The wet paper inhibits the movement of the pen.
Venue:remote and online
From:June 05, 2020
To:June 30, 2020
participatory opportunity with artist residency
The sea squirt is one of our more ancient relatives. Its primitive nervous system is closely related to ours. Young sea squirts spend their time growing and exploring the sea. When they reach adulthood they attach them selves to a […]
Bird and wind, night and day drawings 2nd June 2020. It was a hot and still day and the night threatened a storm that never happened. 🐦 🌲 ⛅
An exhibition and auction of donated artworks in support of the NHS Hospital Charity, the Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals Charity (BSUH Charity)
I went out to see if the coronavirus experience had motivated any of east London’s street artists to respond to our current situation.
This week’s selection features exhibitions and projects presented via online viewing rooms, social media and other online platforms including: a-n Artist Bursaries 2019 recipient Alinah Azadeh’s new work We See You Now, a film by artist Evan Ifekoya at Copperfield London, and a show of oil paintings on paper, digital prints and plotter drawings curated by artist-researcher and a-n member Sara Choudhrey.
Day 1 in a series that tracks the weather through the movement of birds and wind. The 1st June was clear and calm, not much wind and just a gentle progression of temperature.
“How do you know but ev’ry Bird that cuts the airy way,
Is an immense world of delight, clos’d by your senses five?”