There is this idea(l) of the artist creating art for art’s sake, living la vie bohème, being envied for their freedom and creativity and having the liberty to express their individuality as they please. Is this actually the case though?
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New international digital platform Art et al., showcasing curated work by neurodiverse artists from across the UK and Australia, launched on April 14
The website features new commissions and conversations between artists from supported studios, peers and arts professionals
Virtual Artist Residency with Louisa Chambers (UK), Edy Fung (IE/SE), Tracy Mackenna (SCO/IT) & Edwin Janssen (NL), Danica Maier (USA/UK), Michelle McKeown (IE/UK), Stefanos Pavlakis (GR/DE)
Here are my notes (09/2019-05/2020) of the framework of ‘artful leadership’: artful+novel ways forward led by (neurodivergent) thinkers/makers embedded within socio-political structures to catalyse social/cultural change amid COVID-19+ future novel challenges.
How the a-n Artist Bursary made a difference for the prospective development of the artist
A nomadic space in the real and virtual worlds acting as a for location for curated activities which explore the relationship between climate change and wellbeing.
Exploring the external physical weather and our internal psycho-emotional weather as as a metaphor
Supported by an A-N Artist Bursary, I am undertaking research with Louise Hobson, exploring ways that we may find collaboration through our shared interests. The funding has supported a visit to Grizedale Arts.
Initiated by visual artist Sam Williams and lead by choreographer Joe Moran, Containers is a series of workshops for artists, writers, curators and researchers with an interest in the choreographic and a desire to incorporate movement and somatics into their […]
Reflections on the opening of Manifesta 12, supported by an a-n Biennial Bursary.
Cathy Wade, July 2018.
A blog giving a behind the scenes look at Jamboree 2018, an artist-led gathering of 150 artists and curators
During May I shall be traveling to New York as part of a Professional Development Bursary to attend: Open Engagement 2018, Queens Museum. Keynotes: Lucy Lippard and Mel Chin
This Professional Development Bursary was to pay for mentoring from curators to help me develop and contextualise my practice within current curatorial thinking. Aiming to examine and reflect on my work and make future plans for directions and potential outcomes.
A Preview of the H_A_R_D_P_A_I_N_T_I_N_G exhibition at Phoenix Brighton.
Part 1 of a reflective blog about reevaluating my practice during an A-N supported Fellowship
a-n New Collaborations Bursary
I am so grateful for a-n for awarding me the a-n professional development bursary. This is a great help towards taking my practice to the next stage. My practice explores the in between areas of fact and imaginary, still […]
2015 will see the Philippines showcase at The Venice Biennale, after a hiatus of 5 decades. A soul searching discovery with artist, Vanessa Scully.
When I wrote my application for the Review Bursary back in February 2015, I felt I was struggling to know how to take my work forward in ways that are in line with my interests and values.I wrote, “I am […]
In 2014 I was awarded an a-n Re:view Bursary to support the critical and artistic development of my work. I met three arts professionals who offered advice on my then current projects. This article is a summary of the impact the advice had on the development of two key projects.
Report on HOUSE VISIT’s research trip to Billytown, The Hague, in May 2014, funded by the a-n New Collaborations Bursary.
This will be my first visit to Berlin and my first Curatorial Residency. I intend to use this blog to document the research I develop during this 3-month residency at Node Center for Curatorial Studies. The research I develop will […]