Orchidaceous was a collaborative project from last year with the Suffolk botanist Martin Sanford. Martin is an expert on orchids and so it seemed obvious we would work around that theme. Combing orchids and human sparked both our imaginations, so […]
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http://mappingcollaboration.blogspot.co.uk/. A participatory exhibition that examines creatively working together and explores how our values for collaboration could be visually expressed, incorporated and mapped.
From:February 17, 2015
To:February 20, 2015
artmaking / placemaking
“Dormant” – an appropriate word as it puts me in mind of the mouse (dormouse) at the Mad Hatter’s tea party, and describes the recent state of my blog here! In an only somewhat tenuous way the condition of my […]
Eight women come together to stitch scrolls.
A collaborative project between sound artist Joseph Young and ceramist J Kay Aplin to create a body of work that responds to the landscape of the Shetland Isles, inspired by the practice of John Cage.
This year’s engage International Conference takes place in Leeds in November, and is set to explore how innovation and risk taking in gallery education can often run parallel with a need to disrupt, subvert and ‘unsettle’. We speak to conference programmer Michael Prior to find out more.
I thought you might be interested to see how my experiments/artwork using Halen Mon salts are progressing. I’ve been using the chalk (washed from the salt) as a ground on the surface of glass sheets. I then cover with salt solution […]
Residencies are as diverse as the practitioners, organisations and environments that host them. From fee paying to sponsored, rural to urban and global to local. They provide a matrix for investigation, invention and exploration (at best) and at worst they […]
My residency at The Tetley, Leeds, is over. The work is made and currently displayed. Some of the work will remain in situ as permanent pieces whilst others will return to my studio until they can be given another breath […]
Sunday. I haven’t had a Sunday off for ages, so this is quite a novelty. We have to work 15 weekend days in 12 weeks at the gallery, so I usually do the Sunday rather than Saturday, as it’s less […]
A new arts collective made up of five BA(Hons) Embroidery graduates, based in Manchester.
A small, voluntary community group based in Manchester. ArtAnon work within the local community to deliver creative workshops and curate public exhibitions to celebrate collaborative achievement.
I may have some sort of personality disorder. I am really quite anti-social for an extrovert. I like to be on my own. When I’ve had a few days of being out there having fun and being nice and smiley […]
Over the last two weeks I’ve been part of Clare Smith’s wonderful Stitched Time Project, and it has surprised me with a few wider lessons. The Problem Solving Machine as a device to address thorny issues This approach requires […]
This collaboration was actually conceived out of a conversation in a pub many moons ago. The idea of us working together was so strong that we followed through. I am very happy to be the recipient of this bursary, which […]
Documenting the progress and thoughts of the collaboration between designer Mike Kann and artist Bettina Fung.
This collaboration is supported by the A-N New Collaborations Bursary.
A 12-hour ‘jamming symposium’ in Dundee seeks to explore artists’ collaborations in Scotland through a series of gigs, performances, screenings and readings.
DFW undertook a collective residency at site of Kurt Schwitter’s final installation. A reflection of the place and work made.
Friday. My final day with Halen Mon is drawing to a close. It’s gorgeous here, and I’d love to stay. I have so many ideas for art, ranging from the semi functional to the more fantastical, but how best to […]
Last night was the opening of our Colonize Revisited exhibition at Arena Gallery and I’ve been so tired today, all I’ve done is flitted from one thing to another, unable to focus for more than ten minutes at a time. […]
Meeting 2 The moment Dr Carolyn Rando saw the rabbit still had a face, she gave a gasp of delight. It’s a Sunday and we are spending a few hours in the suburban back garden of Charlotte’s parents’ house. Charlotte […]