I was recently commissioned by Taigh Chearsabhagh Art Centre (TCAC) in North Uist, Western Isles, to undertake a community sculpture project in Locheport. The commission was part of TCAC’s ongoing ‘Roadend Projects’ to celebrate the unique identities and environments of […]
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Painter Deirdre King reveals her strategy for getting started as a professional artist.
St Chad’s Church a red-brick Victorian building in Hackney recently hosted ‘Aldgate and other Astrocities’ a solo exhibition of my photographs and objects. The Church is a meeting place for FLOM (First London Outsider Movement) a collective of international musicians, […]
What happens when nineteen artists are let loose in fifty acres of land? Abigail Reynolds shares her experiences of Braziers International.
The crisis in London studios for artists continues, with Cable Street the latest to announce it may close unless funds are found to buy the building. Housing some 180 artists and with 350 more on the waiting list, loss of […]
I recently completed a mosaic commission on the island of Skyros in Greece, for Skyros Holistic holidays. I was able to choose any site that appealed to me within the holiday complex (within reason). I chose a pear-shaped seating area […]
Artists and arts managers will benefit from a new plan at the Arts Council to England (ACE) to establish a network of one-stop-shops delivering continuous professional development opportunities. £1 million will be invested by ACE between 2000 and 2002 in […]
I created Loom House (pictured) while I was working as artist-in-residence at Oriel 31 in Newtown, Powys during June. The ty-gwydd (loom house) was historically an outhouse in which a couple of looms were kept when weaving was still a […]
This year’s Hereford Photography Festival includes the first UK showing of Daniel Meadows’ Now and Then, and Mike Abrahams’ Christian Rituals as well as a new complete showing of Richard Sawdon Smith’s Body In-Visible series about the body and disease. […]
‘Evidence’ is the title of the new works which I produced while on an eight-week Year of the Artist residency at Killhope Lead Mining Centre in County Durham. Five pieces were sited in the woodland which surrounds the mine. The […]
Two recent reports from QUEST – the Culture Department’s Quality, Efficiency and Standards Team recommend that bureaucracy should be lessened in the cultural sector in order to improve management of risk and innovation. A New Approach to Funding Agreements published […]
The dual meaning of this Marxist supposition informs my current body of work, in which the purposeful activity of a nation has defined the external/internal caricature of its people. Heritage parks, the spirit of ‘retro’ and UK Gold are the […]
An exhibition of Conrad Atkinson’s work which carries a powerful message about the way we live our lives today in a society focused on consumerism and mass media, opened at Kendal’s Abbot Hall on 14 October. Entitled ‘Ethical Viruses’, the […]
‘Parallel Objects’ is the inaugural show of my fellowship at Kettle’s Yard and New Hall in Cambridge. It brings together work from the last five years, during which time I have worked on three main series of drawings and paintings […]
One of the benefits of working on land art projects is the beautiful locations. The commission I have recently completed at Court Yard Farm was no exception. The working farm is just inland from Hunstanton on the North Norfolk coast. […]
Mark Beasley explores the common fabric between today’s permanent and temporary public art commissons.
As part of a major extension to the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton, a programme of new building led to the creation of an enclosed courtyard. As part of the ‘Percent for Art scheme’, Brighton Health Care held a […]
Roy Exley charts the purpose of paint in the work of four artists.