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Chapter 7: Is there a dark side to play?

It’s hard to say a definite yes or no, it depends on the circumstance. The first issue that is discussed in the chapter is bullying, which isn’t play at all. We all know the feeling of being teased when it’s […]

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Chapter 6: Playing Together

“Those who play together stay together” page 158 Quick, play with your friends and partner to make sure you stay together. That’s what this phrase says to me. Chris and I are going to go swimming tonight to stay together! […]

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Exhibition in Dundee, open 24 hrs (windows) Artist talk 27 September see nomasprojects.org for further info.
Event Exhibition


  • Now showing
  • Venue:
    Nomas projects
  • From:
    September 03, 2020
  • To:
    October 01, 2020
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Job Commissions

ALL AT SEA – Call for film shorts

Art Walk Porty calls for submissions for film shorts to its ‘All At Sea’ programme to be screened outdoors on Portobello Promenade, Edinburgh on Sunday 18th October, as part of their 2020 programme of socially distanced autumn commissions.

Job Art vacancies

Website Content Developer

East Street Arts are looking for someone who enjoys a challenge and working with people to create a user-friendly product.

Job Exhibiting

DLUM International Print Biennale-Skopje

A major event both for the diffusion and for the visibility of contemporary printmaking from all over the world. It’s third edition will be presented as on line exhibition amid COVID 19 situation on the web site and FB profile of DLUM Association

Job Art vacancies

Artist Lead for Guild National Campaign

Guild is a four year Arts Council England funded programme in support of the development and resilience of artists spaces. East Street Arts are looking for an artist, artist collective or organisations to work with and to lead to deliver the campaign.

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30 Paintings in 30 Days, Day 2

She’s a little weary and her mascara has smudged. Her lipstick has faded so you can just make out the edges and everything has sort of smeared. This lady hung up her dancing shoes a while ago but her heart […]

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30 Paintings in 30 Days, Day 1

Rusty bolts, warped wood and stuck locks – this door is living in her memories of times gone by. Dreams and hope of several generations still reside in faithfully applied layers of paint that peek out as others peel and […]

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An encounter

The reeds and ex-thatching stock that neatly hem the fresh water of Slapton Ley are reverberating with late summer cricket calls. They’re incredibly loud; driving 60mph through the lanes of an evening after work, blaring ‘Autumn’ by Joanna Newsom, they’re […]

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Drawing and Dimensions – Part 2

Drawing and Dimensions – Part 2 In part one I wrote about the lines of ink on paper, wire in three dimensions and the shadows cast back onto the paper. I have a handle on where I am with them. […]

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Drawing and Dimensions – part 1

  I read in order to extend my ability to express what I’m doing… trying to do. I’m not looking at other people’s words in order to crowbar their thinking into my work so that I look clever. Because I’m […]

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Now Showing: The week’s top exhibitions

This week’s selection features exhibitions, talks and projects presented via online viewing rooms, social media and other online platforms, plus newly reopened physical spaces, including: Elizabeth Price’s new Artangel commission in London, Kathy MacCarthy’s mass forms at PEER, London, Stills: Centre for Photography reopening with the collaborative project Elementary Blueprint, plus a free webinar from the Visual Arts Alliance.

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Asking ….

This is cheeky email day.. Throwing off-the-wall ideas into the ether. I hope I didn’t sound ridiculous and perhaps I said too much all in the first interaction. Slowly, slowly a bit at a time might have been better. First […]

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Mydriasis is a medical term for pupil dilation. This is the title for the test piece (picture above). I’ve looked through my previous studio works and found a test piece I have done in the second year of BA Fine […]

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American Gothic : a 90th anniversary

Grant Wood’s American Gothic is 90 years old. We are collecting art that can show descent from that image — we are interested in your description of how you got to your present position and how far you have come. Not just for visual artists!