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user interface and accessibility research

alongside the content creation, i’m also researching the user interface.  this is currently happening as two lines of research the main interface how might the work be made more accessible. the accessibility considerations involve me adding additional code to hack […]

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on site and content creation

new areas of the site are still being opened up through the completion of more scaffold runs.   recently i’ve been able to access the southern side of the sowter mill.   the scaffolding facilitates both work on the roof and the […]

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Three Potters

What a time to be alive, my friends!   Shinichi Sawada Untitled (72), 2018. Photo by Ellie Walmsley, from JenniferLaurenGallery.com   The internet was not around when I was just a grubby urchin clambering through the rock pools of Hunstanton, […]

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Painting extinction?

God this is a hard post to write, but I can’t put this off any more. Like so many people, I’m waking up to the vital task of being as rigorously plastic free as I can. I’ve been changing as […]

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An Introduction to Wet Plate Collodian With Box Brownies

This two day workshop will be an introduction for complete beginners to the 19th century Wet Plate Collodian process to produce ‘Ambrotypes’ on glass and ‘Tintypes’ on metal plates. This is a truly magical photographic process that is both immediate and beautiful.

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Portrait Sculpture short course.

Enjoy discovering the fascinating art of portrait sculpture in this three day course. During the weekend you’ll produce a life-size head from quality handbuilding clay. Your tutor is an award-winning portrait sculptor who exhibits regularly with the Society of Portrait Sculptors.

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Figure painting short course.

Discover painting from a classic subject- the human figure. This course is suitable for beginners but is also an opportunity for those with some experience of the subject to really get their teeth into a sustained painting using a range of media from a live model.

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Week 3, Monday

This ongoing residency requires a long view. The film I’m composing is not a final outcome. It’s a good way of collating my findings but I need to think beyond its development to wherever the project takes me. So while […]

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off to the lab

I gave them my labelled sample bags a couple of days ago, and they put them into concentrated acid to dissolve them. Now they are dissolved and ready to work on. We prepare three chromatography slides and add a drop […]

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Now Showing #303: The week’s top exhibitions

This week’s recommended shows include an education-themed exhibition of work by Scottish artist Ruth Ewan and Turner Prize-nominated Colombian artist Oscar Murillo at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, an Olafur Eliasson retrospective at Tate Modern, and the European premiere of a new multi-screen film installation by John Akomfrah at Baltic, Gateshead.

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14/07/19

I went to see the amazing Hollie McNish last night, part of Hebden Bridge Arts Festival. I saw Hollie perform last year at Hope Baptist as a solo gig and last night she was joined by “Scottish writer and poet […]

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13/07/19

I went to Mandy Barker‘s new show opening at Impressions Gallery yesterday. Mandy gave a talk about her work in the show and there was a Q&A with the audience as well. She used a microphone plus PA system and, […]

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zooming in, stepping back

In these last 2 days, I return to solo drawing – through short detailed studies and experiments. Zooming in to get a better recording (note, video, image, physical trace) of the strategies and devices I am using and that keep […]

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