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What Happened Next

In August I had my last mentoring session with Rory Pilgrim, which along with a discussion day for moving image was funded by an A-N Artist Bursary. This is what happened next. I moved to Glasgow to start an MLitt […]

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Events In Artist Led Spaces

Earlier this year I received an A-N artist bursary. I used the bursary for mentoring sessions with the artist Rory Pilgrim and to run a moving image discussion day at Rame Projects (Cornwall) for artists working in Devon and Cornwall. […]

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A-N Bursary: Talking With Sweet Potatoes

I received an A-N artist bursary 2018 that I used for mentoring sessions with the artist Rory Pilgrim and to run a moving image discussion day for artists working in Devon and Cornwall. Here I reflect on the impact that […]

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What’s Going On

I am lucky enough to be an A-N artist bursary 2018 recipient. Here is an introduction to my practice and what I am doing with my bursary. I am an artist who makes moving image and installation through research periods spent working […]

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Evaluation and ideas for the new year

Doubtful about the survey and the general direction of the project beyond 2018, for my last A-N bursary mentoring session, I sat down to talk to Jenny Richards, freelance curator and writer and one half of collective Manual Labours. Manual […]

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Artists Bursary 2018. Part 4: Reflection

My time at the conference spent with teaching artists and facilitators from around the world was incredible, the conversations and workshops that I took part in helped me delve into the question: What is the best way to describe my […]

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Artist Bursary 2018 Part 3: Listen, Adapt, Continue

During my time at ITAC4 I took part in numerous workshops across all artistic disciplines. I listened to inspiring talks from artists from all over the world, watched performances, heard from radical practitioners who are using their practice to change […]

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Dungeon Crawling 4: Going Deeper

Having spent all this research time looking at different ways of approaching game design it was time to learn how to take the project one step further – into the realm of 3D. Being trained in photography and video editing […]

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The Feminist Library

Following my visit to The Women’s Art Library, this strand of the research project was somewhat overshadowed by attending meetups and workshops. It was surprisingly challenging to organise library visits to fit around these other occasions that brought me down […]

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What Happened Next

In August I had my last mentoring session with Rory Pilgrim, which along with a discussion day for moving image was funded by an A-N Artist Bursary.
This is what happened next.

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What Happened Next

In August I had my last mentoring session with Rory Pilgrim, which along with a discussion day for moving image was funded by an A-N Artist Bursary. This is what happened next. I moved to Glasgow to start an MLitt […]

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Events In Artist Led Spaces

Earlier this year I received an A-N artist bursary. I used the bursary for mentoring sessions with the artist Rory Pilgrim and to run a moving image discussion day at Rame Projects (Cornwall) for artists working in Devon and Cornwall. […]

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Setting up as a Limited Company

I am a light and text artist working to create installations and sculptures mainly for the public realm. For around 5 years I have been working as a sole trader in terms of my business structure. It has worked well […]

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The Women’s Art Library

If you work as an art technician, you are part of a fairly new and growing trade, which wasn’t as prominent twenty years ago, as it is today. I wanted to connect the trends visible in today’s art tech scene […]

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It happened….

It happened. I can’t quite believe it. I remember when I got the news that I had received the a-n bursary. I jumped into the living room where my husband was sat watchign tv and shouted “I got the bursary!”. […]

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Create to Move: Collective Introductions

Create to Move is a collaborative practice between Emma Macleod (visual artist), Fiona Hermse (visual artist, jeweller & community artist) and Emma Snellgrove (choreographer & dancer). We are a recently formed collaborative arts collective.  Key to our practice is a […]

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October Newburgh Residency – my reflections

A reflection on Create to Move Residency at The Steeple in Fife in October 2018. Blog by Fiona Hermse Blog by Fiona Hermse We had decided that this residency week would be a time for us to figure out our […]

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Fresh Air in Fife

A reflection on Create to Move Residency at The Steeple in Fife October 2018. Blog by Dancer and Choreographer Emma Snellgrove Blog by Emma Snellgrove Newburgh Fife was a perfect setting for our fourth residency as Create to Move collective. […]

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Create to Move: St Margaret’s House Residency

A reflection on Create to Move Residency at St Margaret’s House in July 2018. Blog by Emma Macleod (visual artist) The first of our Create to Move residencies as part of our AN Artist Bursary, was a 3 week-long residency […]

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Woodwork as we want it

As part of my bursary activity, I spent a lot of my summer weekends in London; visiting libraries and archives, attending meetups and discussions. I found myself in the capital again in early June, on my way to a workshop […]

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Create to Move

A blog about Create to Move – a collaborative project with Emma Macleod, Fiona Hermse and Emma Snellgrove. We were supported by AN to develop our working practice through a residency as part of the Artist Bursary 2018. This blog is a reflection on our residencies.

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