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un-felt

Thinking about ideas of smooth and striated space (Deleuze) in relation to walking connects back to experiences of felt-making. 10 years ago I disassembled the process and materials to create objects and installations, and later activated the materials through moving […]

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Conversation

Art isn’t an iPhone

Hi! Below is an article I wrote about my concern that many are treating art as they would an iPhone; using marketing rather than engagement to attract audiences. I would love to hear your thoughts and start a conversation. The […]

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Event Exhibition

Colors, etc

  • Coming soon
  • Venue:
    Tripostal
  • From:
    May 19, 2021
  • To:
    November 14, 2021
  • Location:
    France
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Careers Week Virtual Event

I attended one of the virtual events at the University of Suffolk’s careers week (26th – 30th April) titled ‘Suffolk and Norfolk School Centred Initial Teacher Training – Routes in to teaching’. As I am currently interested in becoming a […]

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Virtual Group Exhibition

I was a part of a virtual group exhibition at The Art Station in February 2021 titled ‘Congruous’. Link to exhibition: https://theartstation.uk/exhibition/congruous/ The exhibition consisted of the level 6 Fine Art students at University of Suffolk. For this exhibition we […]

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Job Residencies

Artist in Residence at Lightworks

Blackpool Illuminations is delighted to have recently secured a grant from the Arts Council to deliver an exciting new artists’ research and development programme.

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Comparing Blogs

Tom Hunter link: http://www.tomhunter.org/blog/ Little Brown Mushroom link: https://littlebrownmushroom.com/blog/ Comparing Little Brown Mushroom Blog and the Blog section on the Tom Hunter website. The Little Brown Mushroom blog has a function where if you click on an image it enlarges […]

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Instagram and hashtags

Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWmIwbS7elE&ab_channel=M3lart When using Instagram, hashtags can help get your artwork out there for others to see. When you use generic hashtags for example #art, there will be lots of other posts that have used that hashtag, this […]

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Visiting artist lecturer – Ann-Marie James

These are my notes from visiting artist Ann-Marie James on making a living as an artist. James took an unpaid work experience placement at a museum, and joined a group for young people interested in the arts at Kettle’s Yard. […]

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Event Exhibition

BLAW EDITIONS

  • Coming soon
  • Venue:
    Blaze Image Gallery,
  • From:
    May 21, 2021
  • To:
    June 20, 2021
  • Location:
    London
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CMYK screenprinting

1/4 I’ve created four screenprint copies of my work onto canaletto paper with Justin’s help last week. We exposed the mesh screens to UV at 155/160, washed out the excess, then applied the CMYK inks on the paper with a […]

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Neurodiversity and accessibility in creative practice.

When researching neurodiversity and art, the subject of access to funding came up for me. The application for funding documents a process that is often very challenging for the neurodiverse creative. Laura Dobbs, in her blog https://rachel.we-are-low-profile.com/blog/ July 2016) talks […]

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Post 11: Looking at PGCE courses

https://www.buckingham.ac.uk/education/pgce/independentpgce I found this course at Buckingham University which offers an iPGCE (a PGCE specifically for Independent schools). I know a number of people who did this course and really rated it, especially as you get to complete the course […]

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Post 10: Doing Art and English as a PGCE

Whilst looking at PGCE courses I have been having a think about what I want to teach in the future. As I said in a previous post, my end goal is to teach Art at a Prep School level (probably […]

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