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Communications and Social Media Intern

Climate Art, a young multidisciplinary organisation, focused on climate change, is looking for a communications and social media intern to help with its next major project, a three-month residency entitled A Vanished Sea (Without a Trace)

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Week 2 – 16/02/2021 – Gerhard Richter

This weeks blog will look at the website of Gerhard Richter. Richter is one of the main artists who I have been looking at for my degree and so I though it would be fitting to look at his website […]

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Job Professional Development

JOIN THE THRIVING ARTISTS MENTORING SESSIONS!

I share simple and constructive techniques to assist creatives to gain more self-confidence and value in their practice. There are also FREE creative recourses on my site x ENJOY!

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30 Paintings in 30 Days, Day 13: What’s Your Passion?

Showing my love for all blooms and heartfelt passions today. What’s your truest desire? Can you move past yourself to find sincere love for your soul flame? What’s Your Passion? (mixed media painting on canvas, 50x50cm/19.5″x19.5″) Shop: Lynne Forrester, Artist: […]

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Roots, spiders and cigarettes

I did a Jeremy Deller style brainstorm of the word containers, and made some connections with alcohol bottles, cigarette packets and perfume bottles, and related the reeds/sticks/spiders legs to a metaphoric symbolism of the wilting of spirituality. It’s almost like […]

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Conclusions (and what next?)

Taking part in this activity has allowed us to do some good, unhurried thinking at several levels. On the most zoomed-out plane, we’ve been part of a national network of artists grappling with some similar ideas, but skewering them from […]

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What We Did (with the benefit of hindsight)

I didn’t write these blogs as the activity was happening because they’d have been boring descriptions rather than semi-interesting explanations. We were doing stuff without knowing what was going to happen, so a bit of time to think about why […]

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The Second Body

Tibetan healing practices describe the physical experience as a: ‘continuous interaction between the second body and the dense, material human body’. The second body is often referred to as the astral form, soul or mental body that is intertwined with […]

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15/02/21 – Sophie Tea Instagram

Tea uses Instagram as a source for communication, promotion, as her own gallery and platform to share her developing journey. Pushes her online presences on Instagram as it’s more accessible/functional in terms of engaging with audience. Bold artwork = appealing feed. […]

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Dropping out – Conversation #07

27-01-2021 Movement, moving together, to walk at the same time through distance. We voice call over WhatsApp whilst walking around our neighbourhoods describing our locations and what we can see. noticing the moss growing everywhere in the urban environment and […]

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THE VOICE OF DOMESTIC WORKERS NEED YOUR SUPPORT!

My friends at The Voice of Domestic Workers need your support. Please sign our petition to reinstate their rights as workers in the UK. Without workers rights, Domestic Workers are subject to exploitation, including forced labour and abuse – often […]

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30 Paintings in 30 Days, Day 12: Lilac Veil

Step through my hazy lilac veil and tiptoe between the blooms. You’ll see blousy purple presents to treat yourself with in every corner – what’ll you choose? Lilac Veil (mixed media painting on box canvas, 60x60cm/23.5″x23.5″) Shop: Lynne Forrester, Artist: […]

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Connectivity

The opportunity provided by a-n funding helped tremendously to develop my art practice into a new direction which I haven’t expected before COVID19. Working on my art practice development and giving art workshops online changed my understanding of the role […]

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Seduced …

Almost exactly as I made that last post I got a message letting me know that there are two studios still available at the Hospital and that I was very welcome to come look at them! I read the mail […]

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Informal chat with Rupi – Notes

Donna Haraway – theorist Supernatural Natural forms becoming natural Haptics Contemporary surrealism Referenced classical painting I’ve superimposed my drawings onto Abraham Willaerts’ painting, Stormy Sea on Photoshop, because I thought the lack of containers would be interesting, and a scenery […]

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30 Paintings in 30 Days, Day 11: Carnival Heart

Some save their brightest beings for the odd day here and there. For me, there’s a carnival spirit in my heart every day. Carnival Heart (mixed media painting on box canvas, 20x50cm/8″x19.75″) Shop: Lynne Forrester, Artist: Carnival Heart

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I’ve been reading…

Yes, I’ve been reading… This might seem like a strange statement. It seems strange to me. I was the child (and the adult) who would carry on reading if the house was on fire.  When I undertook, in 2010, a […]

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Student discount codes

Membership of a-n is free to undergraduate students at universities with a JISC license agreement. Check below for a full list of current JISC licence holders alongside their student membership discount code. For further information email [email protected]     Institution Discount […]

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Job Exhibiting

Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours Annual Exhibition

An invitation to exhibit your work alongside the best watercolour artists at the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours 209th Exhibition. Welcoming watercolour or water-soluble mediums including watercolour, acrylic, ink or gouache. Awards worth over £8,000.