Venue:St Augustine's Centre
Date:September 14, 2019 at 11:00 AM
Location:South East England
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I want to share some of the drawings I produced while in Collemacchia and reflect on the experience I had making them. I’ve been struggling with drawing for a while, it’s a vital part of my practice; I feel comfortable […]
strategic responsibility for maintaining oversight of artist support programme that creates bespoke development opportunities for artists and spaces nationally.
to work with the whole team at East Street Arts to plan and deliver a range of events and activities designed to unlock artists potential and advocate for better livelihoods for artists on a local, national and international scale.
Around 50 placements, allowing artists and designer-makers to realise a project using art college and university facilities in England e.g. workshops, IT, lending library, lecture programme and access to *local collections
We are looking for an artist to plan, deliver and manage a schools programme for Estuary 2020 – a major festival of visual art, literature, performance, and film that will take place across the Thames Estuary.
Explore the permeable structures and transformational agency of creative learning, across a range of educational paradigms, societal and cultural contexts.
to use planning and administrative skills to help deliver a programme of workshops and events for young people aged 15 – 25, championing Tate St Ives and the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden as inclusive venues for young audiences.
a key member of our arts team, which manages the marketing and processing of arts awards entries, as well as liaising with criminal justice staff and entrants about exhibitions and events participation.
ArtReview / ArtReview Asia is looking for an editorial and publishing trainee to start in October for a period of six months.
looking for two Curatorial Associates to play a key role in supporting the Artistic and Creative Directors and the wider organisation as it develops the MIF artistic programme.
unique opportunity for research and curatorial experimentation in the field of visual arts, based on an 18-month residency,
seeking scholarly articles presenting new information or interpretations of subjects pertaining to the theme of the issue.
looking to recruit two new full-time assistants as part of a 12-month training programme for people beginning careers in the arts and cultural sector.
to provide excellent teaching and a high level of research, supporting the University’s strategic themes: influencing globally, contributing locally, maintaining and creating partnerships with creative industries.
looking for an individual who is highly skilled and experienced in offering guidance and tuition to all students to enhance their academic and study skills.
This week’s recommended shows include Lucy Austin’s layered paintings at That Art Gallery, Bristol, a group exhibition of dystopian visions at Newlyn Art Gallery, plus the launch of this year’s Platform Graduate Award 2019 series of exhibitions in Oxford.
Oh my goodness, where did the year go? The degree show opening night is the 25th September where my work will be shown to the wider public for the first time. I’m really nervous about this, I have shown some […]
The opening of Millree Hughes’ and I’s show ‘Involuntary México’ with and by the visionary Méxican artist curator, Aldo Flores of Salon Des Aztecas, opened on Saturday. It sees the Metro Hidalgo Station being transformed into one of the biggest […]
About Parley who I’m working with currently: “Parley derives from the old french verb “parler” to speak. Parley is a discussion, conference, debate, sometimes used to bring about truce or change. We chose the name because we like it and […]
Echoes of a Market had the soft launch on Friday. The space looks great and I had a chat with Vicki who runs Parley about how my visual response to the recordings might manifest in the space. Having a conversation […]
Date:October 19, 2019 at 07:00 PM