G is for John Gianvito, A-Z of Filipino Cultural Exports Not strictly a Filipino Cultural Export, an exception has been made for US essay filmmaker John Gianvito, in gratitude to his 2010 film ‘Vapor Trail (Clark)’. ‘Vapor Trail (Clark)’ recently showed […]
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F is for Patrick Flores, A-Z of Filipino Cultural Exports This post is less about Patrick Flores, than it is around the curatorial decisions made in representing the Philippines at Venice Biennale in 2015. Although Flores is the official curator of […]
E is for Exploitation, A-Z of Filipino Cultural Exports …as seen in feature documentary ‘Machete Maidens Unleashed’ (2010), by Australian film director Mark Hartley. This film is a fan-based tribute to the endless number of exploitation films made in the provinces of the […]
D is for Lav Diaz, A-Z of Filipino Cultural Exports b. 1958. We live in a post-internet age, as such we want questions to answers immediately. Our broadband providers update our internet speed, thus we accelerate. We want things now. Being […]
C is for Manuel Conde, A-Z of Filipino Cultural Exports Patrick Flores, Curator of the Filipino Pavilion at ‘The 56th Venice Biennial’ presents ‘Tie A String Around the World’, a group exhibition featuring 4 Filipino artists including, Manuel Conde, Carlos Francisco, […]
B is for Lino Brocka, A-Z of Filipino Cultural Exports Lino Brocka (1939–1991) is a celebrated Filipino Filmmaker, producing more than 50 films in a short career spanning barley 20 years. Working between commercial and experimental film, at his finest Brocka […]
A is for Pio Abad, A-Z of Filipino Cultural Exports Pio Abad (b. 1983) is a contemporary visual artist living and working in London. Originally from Manilla, Abad left the Phillipines, for Scotland in 2004 to continue his studies in […]
2015 will see the Philippines showcase at The Venice Biennale, after a hiatus of 5 decades. A soul searching discovery with artist, Vanessa Scully.
Re:view professional development bursary progress blog
The third round of a-n’s Re:view bursary scheme has made nine funding awards to a total of 11 artists to develop their practice through self-determined professional development.
a-n is supporting 21 artists to attend the 56th Venice Biennale preview week in May, through the latest round of its Go and see bursary awards scheme.
The latest round of a-n’s Re:view bursaries – supporting artists to develop a self-determined professional development and mentoring programme – is now open for applications. Here we signpost the application information and profile some of the successful projects from 2014.
For the second time, a-n will be supporting artists to attend the preview of the Venice Biennale. With a short deadline, a-n members are invited to submit their applications without delay.
The latest round of a-n’s Go and See bursary scheme for artist-led groups has awarded over £12,500 to 11 artists’ initiatives across the UK.
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.
the review is ready to go ! and i find myself wanting to make the most of pressing the create and publish button. i know from experience that when i’ve published something and then spent time promoting it i’ve […]
our go and see bursary experience has become a three part experience. today i am feeling that our third part is nearing completition. since part 2 in september i’ve been working to create the review of the whole experience. it’s […]
i’m feeling rather pleased. i’ve spoken to hayley skipper from the forestry commission this afternoon and asked the questions i’ve been waiting to ask. i can set about finishing the review now.
i return today to finishing off the review for our #goandseebursary . from a review of twitter i saw that my review needed to answer a question we’d set ourselves. today i’ve emailed hayley at grizedale to ask some […]
part of the research before making the #goandseebursary visit to grizedale was to familiarise ourselves with grizedale through their archive website. it’s the result of a phd research made by edwina fitzpatrick. today i’ve emailed with edwina with some thoughts […]
my reflective process of the #goandseebursary has gained some form completed storify timeline of the main part of the visit write and thank the curator of the arts development team at the forestry commission write more blog posts compose review […]
in order to prepare my review i’m processing the images, words and sounds collected while at grizedale. i’d not preplanned to make recordings at grizedale while we were there. sometime before lunch we were walking along a gravel path and […]
today i’m going to try and form my experience at grizedale into something. i am still having waves of emotion when thinking about last weekend. something about the visit has connected to me at a very personal level and i’m […]
we made our go and see visit. we got back yesterday. today i still feel waves of emotion coming over me. grizedale had an unexpected impact on me … today i’m flavouring the memories of the satruday and the sunday. […]
the visit now seems very real. i can relax and look forward to the weekend, all the necessary care for pets and children are in place and the maps of grizedale have been looked at and mulled over. i can’t […]