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H.F. – Visual Episode (W.5)

Here is Week 5: Change of gear in the process. I took a break from the template I’ve been using since the first studio session and decided instead to revisit certain improvisation moments from the previous rehearsals that still resonated until […]

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FULL FRONTAL: Back to Nature

Opportunity for artists, poets and writers based in and around the coastal zone from (and including) Newhaven to Hastings, East Sussex to submit work for Full Frontal’s curated exhibition, Back to Nature which will take place in empty shop windows in Eastbourne.

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Evaporation

Evaporation has for a long time fascinated me as a way to represent death. It alludes to the spirit/soul leaving The last moments of life and gradual disappearance Continually present but unseen Here but not here We are all made […]

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Coronavirus COVID-19 gallery guidelines

Coronavirus COVID-19 Gallery Guidelines Art by Osian has reopened its doors to the public. We are proactively implementing Coronavirus COVID-19 Gallery Guidelines for visiting the gallery. We shall adhere to the Government’s Guidance and The Arts Council of Wales recommendations. This is to facilitate […]

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part way through

with everything i’m doing within my little an often covid-19 strategy, the stopping to reflect part has of late been something i’ve let slip a little. i am keeping daily notes for any potential report / evaluation needed by the […]

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Call out for Bristol based NHS staff!

I am currently recruiting participants for a new project about NHS staff wellbeing. The project is part of the University of the West of England (UWE) Enterprise summer scholarship scheme. Please share if you can! The deadline is Monday 6th […]

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Class of 2020: Lauren-Marie Haywood

BA (Hons) Fine Art Mixed Media, University of Westminster. “My work interrogates the intersection between blackness and womanhood, encouraging black women to see the beauty in our melanin and heritage. Bittersweet yet empowering, it serves to examine the history behind […]

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Odd times to be ‘deep mapping’.

The late Clifford McLucas formulated a ten-point manifesto for deep mapping, and suggested that the outcome should have three components:  a graphic element, which should be large; a database; a time-based media component. Based on minimum ‘live’ visual research in […]

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12th June Rain stopped play!

The elements beat me. Overnight drawings were reducing to tiny scribbles. In the rain the paper swells, stopping the movement of the pen. So, that is the end of that little lockdown research project. I’ve blogged about it on my […]

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Zoom workshops with the Royal Drawing School

I have a commission to work on which is to make some drawings for a book but definitely not illustrations so I am really pleased I signed up for 2 online courses with the Royal Drawing School, both of which […]

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