The twins looked up to heaven for a funding cloud to appear. My post today is about a Developing Your Creative Practice (DYCP) application, which I first heard about from an Arts Council England (ACE) Relationship Manager just before this […]
ACE - a-n The Artists Information Company
@neurodivergent_mirrorofmine A new project. A DYCP hopeful. A long shot. An emotional imperative. A cultural necessity. A risk. A neurodivergent emergence. Blog Post 1: I gave you my most precious bud.
A new project. A DYCP hopeful. A long shot. An emotional imperative. A cultural necessity. A risk. A neurodivergent emergence.
Video still of a performance with Arts Council England funding forms 2017-2018. Autistic author and poet, Joanne Limberg, has described this blog post, first published on WordPress, as essential reading. So I’m sharing it here too. In many ways it […]
‘Quadrats’ will be one of the three new bodies of works I am making for ‘Fool’s Gold’. The square structures will be formed from discarded ‘sticks’. From the the streets I have collected abandoned mop poles, rusty poles, brass poles, […]
Pamela Schilderman and I have been awarded Arts Council England funding for our exhibition ‘Fool’s Gold’, opening in January 2020 (January 25th – 14th March) at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum. The project, which takes place in Rugby, London, and online, will […]
A space for my ideas towards ‘Fool’s Gold,’ an Art’s Council Funded two-person show at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum – if all that was left of humanity was the things we made, what would be our legacy?
In the guise of fairy tales, reality comes into focus, we are forced to acknowledge we are the authors of our happy ever after.
An upcoming solo show exploring humanity’s ongoing fascination with myths – from ancient Greek legends to modern superheroes and ‘fake news’. Opening July 6 at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
We are amidst a global mental health crisis. To bring about policy and culture change, we must think outside the pillbox. Through an ACE-funded Unlimited commission #MagicCarpet, we argue for ‘lofty arts’ in effecting cultural change in mental health.
ACE Club launches it debut show at Union Club, Soho, London June 4th and 5th,
A blog post in which I finally understand the importance of relationship managers in professional development and funding bid success as an autistic artist. I’m back at the coalface of the Grantium portal, but this time I’m making a higher […]
Where did January and half of February go? The last six weeks have passed in a blur of activity. We got the fantastic news at the beginning of January that our grants for the arts funding bid to Arts Council […]
Yesterday I learned a great deal about being invisible as a socially engaged artist – in the context of intersecting minorities. I am an autistic white Anglo-Spanish woman of middle age. My current project in collaboration with Elena Thomas; The […]
Do you think art galleries who receive funding form ACE should support everyone? When galleries talk about DIVERSITY and ticking that box when supporting artists what do they actually mean? Do they really support British Indian Artists, living and working in the UK ? […]
I have some fantastic news! I have been awarded an ACE small grant for Revolution and Resonance 2017. After a self initiated research residency at Ashburnham Place in Battle. I formed the project using the space around me, the materials around […]
For some months I have been working on a project idea called Revolution and Resonance, which is the result of my seed research at Ashburnham Place, I am glad I was slow at getting this off the ground because this […]
Thank you a-n for focusing on my work over on the your Instagram account this week . Its really given me a high :-) I feel like I should be writing a really interesting post just now as I’m getting so much […]
Joint ACE and British Council commissioned evaluation of the International Artists Development Fund.
AUDIOBLOG – Please click here BEWARE… ranting, sweeping statements and controversial opinions lurk in the text below: My involvement in arts education as a (sometimes loosely defined) teacher has taken a sort of scatter gun approach, but has taken in […]
“On sustainability: it is a kind of discourse that implies a different kind of social relation. What I mean is, instead of doing philosophy, one is doing ecophilosophy, not in the environmentalist sense, but as the philosophy of a possible […]
This is my first chance to post since handing in my online ACE application. After many discussions with artists and producers as part of my Re:view bursary I decided to apply for Grants for the Arts, Research and Development with […]
Now that we’ve had the headlines about the 2015-18 organisations joining Arts Council England’s portfolio of regularly funded, I’m quite interested in what the stats didn’t directly tell us. What organisations applied that weren’t successful? These could be organisations funded in […]
Key findings from 2003 audience research document, commissioned by ACE from the Office of National Statistics