Coventry-based photographer Jonny Bark is the first artist to be announced following a successful Kickstarter campaign for the second edition of the city’s biennial of contemporary art.
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Other News In Brief: Ireland’s EVA International announces theme and guest curator for its 39th edition; Arts Council England awards £5m to Coventry UK City of Culture 2021 plus announces latest small capital grants; fluorescent Ugo Rondine public sculpture unveiled in Liverpool.
The Herefordshire-based painter Clare Woods has developed a series of eight large-scale oil on aluminium works for her new show at Warwick Arts Centre’s Mead Gallery, reflecting an ongoing move away from abstraction towards more figurative paintings. Anneka French talks to the artist about scale, process and her photographic source material.
For the latest dispatch in our ongoing Scene Report series, artist, curator and founding director of the Coventry Biennial of Contemporary Art, Ryan Hughes, offers a snapshot of visual arts activity in the 2021 UK City of Culture.
Kathy McArdle, British Council Director of England and Cities, reflects on the international dimension of the UK City of Culture initiative.
The inaugural Coventry Biennial takes as its theme ‘the future’ and has as its main venue a relic of the city’s past – the former offices of the Coventry Evening Telegraph. Selina Oakes reports.
Venue:Herbert Art Gallery, Coventry
Date:September 15, 2017 at 07:00 PM
Launching in October, the inaugural 17-day visual art festival will feature over 70 exhibitions and events from UK-based and international artists. Jack Hutchinson finds out more from artist and biennial director Ryan Hughes.
Spending time in Coventry to help develop Ludic Rooms latest project
I am now considering new elements and development of the project. For details about one of my new projects: The walks will also continue to develop around Walking with The Waste Land and will include guest walkers to take a […]
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An explanation about Quipus and how they fit in with Walking
An explanation An introduction to my use of Quipus, Ropes and Knots as a way of documenting walks
For news about our latest walk using walking as a research process.Please follow the link. These walks have been developing since November 2015 as a part of the research group, A Journey with The Waste Land. We are working towards […]
Sarah and I are very lucky to live in Coventry, a lot of culture happens here and at the beginning of October we were treated to the Festival of Imagineers and a visit from our very lovely friend Ceri. On […]
I live in the very brilliant Coventry which is full of exciting creativeness. On 10th June 2016 a lovely man by the name of Dom arranged a symposium all about digital in art followed by a micro festival the following […]
I am very excited about an upcoming exhibition I am in with Joanna Jones and Helen Lindon as part of the SALT festival in Folkestone. We are also running an elemental, experimental workshop in which together with workshop participants we will create […]