random title and it feels a little random to be writing. have been spending a lot of time in my head musing life the universe and everything and as already seen in many previous posts when i get this introverted […]
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i glance over to the window – the afternoon sun lighting up **** phone rings ***** sometime later its getting dark now, my earlier happy mood further helped by a really positive phone call that potentially will led into something […]
A blog in which I attempt to chart progress in 2018.
The latest round of a-n’s Go and see bursaries – supporting the exchange of knowledge and fostering joint developments between artist-led groups – is now open for applications. Here we explain how to apply and profile some of the successful projects from the previous round.
like a week ago, i’ve woken up on sunday feeling more rested than the last couple of days. still in hyper sensitivity, actions around me impact and impart. i hold onto the rails and wait for calm to return. […]
The latest round of a-n’s Go and see bursary scheme has awarded 10 artists’ initiatives nearly £5000, supporting the exchange of knowledge and fostering joint developments between artists.
i’m in the mood for love… who sang that? quite a lot of people actually(1) where did it begin? difficult to pin down until i read the lines of description. as a citizen of the earth i enjoy the interconnectivity […]
Highligthed in an email by Andrew Martyn Sugars, I find myself returning to worries about confidentiality and safeguarding the thoughts and opinions of myself, others on my course and those I work with in a clinical capacity through my placement. […]
Belper Art Trail 8th – 21st July 2013 Submissions are being sort from Derbyshire based artists and beyond in mediums suitable for display in retail outlet windows in Belper in response to the theme “the journey of favorites.” of the […]
while in the process of tidying up the end of the residency, i’ve had the following comment. thank you rob for the comment, please see below for my responses… “The revolution began on the 21:09:06? Is the revolution the avant […]
Review of Beardism, published 30th October 2008. Abraham Lincoln had a beard, I don't know much else about him and I didn't know much about Beardism until I went to an invited gathering to see the latest collection of work […]
a-n Blogs is a great place to share the process of your practice or the progress of a residency or project you’re working on. We’ve pulled together a few tips on blogging on www.a-n.co.uk to help you get started.
the dog makes itself comfy at my feet as i ponder how to begin this post. i’m acutely aware that in keeping at least one post per month going in this blog i’ve made two posts without words. i’ve spent […]
once a month i circle up with other men. the circle is a supportive place to speak, share and listen. what happens in the circle is kept in the circle, however i can speak of my experience. i experienced language […]
following on from yesterday i’ve been working a little more on the website and there seems to be something emerging. i have done a lot with lines. i cover this in the play section of the site. […]
as a boy the film oliver had a huge impact upon me – especially fagin played by ron moody. i would spend hours doing the actions with my hands – i was told this when i was older. as we […]
there was a time when charlie brooker presented a review of the year through all the bits of broadcast tv he’d found most weird/annoying/out there somewhere. liking brooker’s writing style meant watching this review was always entertaining and a chance […]
thank goodness for the break. i’m returning to thinking about things i’ve not had space to consider and the first of these has been the about me on my website. i took the decision to have an about me section […]
there is something very satisfying about getting to mid afternoon on a friday and logging into my a-n account to prepare a blog post. for one it means that i’ve got to the end of the week and managed to […]
after a weeks break at the end of august i’m slowly adjusting to september and beginning to get my head around what work load i need to manage. before i move onto melbourne i want to spend a little time […]
friday night, the dog spread out on the arm of the sofa and my lap becoming warmer from holding the laptop ready to type. reflecting upon my week there’s been three main components. more sessions at derby museums, all of […]
like pebbles on a beach i reach for my experiences this week to gather them together to draw them all into one place. i gather up the photos of buxton, the heat wave and the latest mens circle meeting. beginning in […]
hello from my sofa on a beautiful day in june – 2018 – not just any day because today is the second day of figment new york. figment is a participatory arts festival that happens in cities across the world. […]
i like getting to friday and taking some time to reflect back over my week. this one has been varied and i’m pleased to write today about a feeling of clearing i have. i feel i’ve cleared some troubling energy […]
this blog post is brought to you by the word … unexpected. makes a change having a word to focus on, quite the surprise. the session i facilitated today was at pickfords house – my first time working […]