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Primary Colours

Report on the decline of art education in primary schools in England with recommendations for action.

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Letting go of the reigns

I’ve done it again… said I would blog more regularly, but then things happen and another month (or two) goes by. It really has been a learning curve to just sit back and let things happen. I’ve seen ‘opportunities’  come […]

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3. MTP (More Than Ponies)

The continued research and discussions eventually got to the point of where I was able to define the areas of focus and ambition under the tile of MTP (More Than Ponies) which I describe as: MTP (More Than Ponies) is […]

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Galleries & Artists in Miami

As part of my time in Miami, I wanted to spend more time connecting with galleries and artists. On one of my first days there, I was invited to an evening at The Fountainhead Residency which is where I was […]

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meeting

New blog focused around interviews with practitioners from various art and design backgrounds.

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Ingruttati Palermo, Manifesta12

Diary of my experience taking part in a project as part of Manifesta12. The related exhibition ran from 27 July – 4 November 2018

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Artist Studio Share in Clapton London

Hi there, We have a space up for grabs in our studio in Cell Studios Clapton, London. You will be sharing with 4 others, all photographers. There is a work/shooting space downstairs, , mezzanine with our desks upstairs. We all […]

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Happy to be Coaching

It’s been a few months since my last blog and I’m happy to say that I’m keeping with and loving coaching as part of my professional life. Not only is it incredibly satisfying. There’s a real purpose behind each and […]

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Janine Antoni: Saddle

Janine Antoni is an artist whose work is tied to the senses and how we experience and engage with the world through the physical. Instead of focusing purely on how the art object looks, her approach is more likely to […]

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Kiki Smith: Pool of Tears 2 (after Lewis Carroll)

Kiki Smith’s work often explores our relationship to myth and nature. MoMA suggests, In her recent work Smith has often turned to fairy tales in search of dramatic female personae and alter egos. The poignant vulnerability of childhood is an […]

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Respite trip to Denmark

As a carer, it’s hard to take time out of the constant form filling, bureaucracy, mind melting stress of the health and social care crisis, but one thing I have been fortunate to achieve is respite funding to visit family. […]

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Long time no speak…

Hellooooooo (I meant to put that many “o’s” by the way and in my head sounded quite like Mrs Bucket (Bouquet), if you don’t know who that is shame on you). So I have no written for quite a while […]

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Final get-together

Phase 1 of the project ended with a rendezvous in the Forest Studio for those who could make it involving another muddy walk though this time in the pouring sleet. Great hilarity all round thanks to Maureen Jordan’s photo shoot of us […]

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