Tales of the pretty much expected….and sometimes not
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A peer learning group exploring co-production in socially engaged practice, centred around practice of place. Written by Lead Artist Niki Colclough with contributions from collaborators.
The true story of an artist’s recent experience of falling victim to a phishing campaign, how to avoid falling into a similar trap and what to do if and when it happens.
what is mail art? a brief look at how I found mail art and what it means to me to be using mail art as an art practice.
Silver Jewellery Making is a practical beginners’ guide to making silver jewellery. Seven step-by-step projects guide you through the core skills and techniques that will enable you to progress to making your own beautiful jewellery.
Professional Practice Two: How Outsider Artists Get Heard.
My journey to getting a degree in Fine Arts- 2nd year project 1
Professional Practice Two.
sharing processes from an earth-based practice
AN MENTOURING BLOG-BEX MASSEY 2019-2020 I was lucky enough to receive a-n Mentoring 2019-2020. This comprised of four hour long (which happily usually ran over) sessions via Skype with the fabulous Lucy Day. Lucy is an independent curator, artists mentor and […]
Analogue and digital collaboration exploring ideas around Co-operation, Moderation and Equality
In the middle of a pandemic, amidst the pain and anger that erupted as a result of the George Floyd murder, it is hard to make art that captures this point in time. Yet, The symbolism of the Four Horsemen seems perfectly suited to these imperfect times.
Artists are bringing their £10.8 billion per year industry in to play to help lead this country out of darkness.
Since so many of us globally are confined to our homes and gardens because of Covid-19 pandemic. I thought it would be an opportune time for self-reflection, hence the title, ‘Confessions of a Garden Hermit’.
Celebrating synchronicity and queer community, with reference to Alan Turing, AL & AL, Allan Horsfall and Islington Mill.
I’ve started the year in a fortunate position with opportunities to develop my practice. This includes a residency with a local arts venue, a place on the a-n Mentoring programme, and the opportunity to develop my skills with an organisation […]
This is the transcript for a Lecture & Masterclass to be held at Frankfurt University Hospital.With the COVID-19 crisis, I reframed my talk to the criticality for scientists to work with creative & neurodiverse allies. I invited all to join a new Network. We’re stronger together.
All the latest from the studio of experimental painter Mark Edmonds
Recorded spoken thoughts after a dream on the 26th august 2019
A research project funded by A-N Artist Bursary (2019).
Above image: object/detail from installation, ‘as small as the world and as large as alone.’ shown at Project78Gallery, St Leonards on Sea, 2019
How the a-n Artist Bursary made a difference for the prospective development of the artist
Hortus is a project which involves research into early practices of collecting and cataloguing as exemplified by the sixteenth century botanic gardens and libraries of Padua (IT) and Leiden (NL).
How on earth does art get funded…
16mm Experiments with Erehwon Lab
Six months at BilbaoArte supported by an AN Bursary