When researching neurodiversity and art, the subject of access to funding came up for me. The application for funding documents a process that is often very challenging for the neurodiverse creative. Laura Dobbs, in her blog https://rachel.we-are-low-profile.com/blog/ July 2016) talks […]
Creative - a-n The Artists Information Company
What’s it like to be a neurodiverse creative with a late diagnosis of ASD aged 54 years old? Time to find out I guess…
Gong to post here some ideas and tips on how to document and distribute.
Areas of Interest Challenge – How to ‘connect’ the old and present communities by exploring the trace of the past. The role of re-enactment; how much is done, what form does it take, what community involvement is there; is it […]
Work from a community project designed to increase public awareness of Kaleidoscope Gallery
‘The FOOTFALL PROJECT ‘ ‘The remit for SVAF running the Sevenoaks Kaleidoscope Gallery as an artist led space has a focus on increasing numbers of the public and arts community visiting the Gallery space. Increasing its profile and visibility. We […]
Recently I had a lovely interview with Kickstart & Inspire about life as a practicing Artist. I would like to share it with you.. #myworld What age did you fall in love with art? I don’t remember an age when […]
If I could say it in words I wouldn’t create art. My Artistic Practice When I am creating a painting, my aim is to give suggestions of something similar enough to my audience so that they can ground themselves in […]
How do we view an image?
Endless Horizons & Ever-changing Skies: An Exploration of the Colour & Forms of the British Landscape
As a creative industries graduate I struggle with the notion that crafting is somehow not worthy to be called art…..
Venue:Darlington market Square
Date:September 23, 2017 at 10:00 AM
Location:North East England
Does anyone know what the benchmark is for renting creative studio/work space in Brighton & Hove? My research so far has ranged from people paying £69 per month to £330 per month for around 100 sqft. I’d love to set up […]
This blog is dedicated to sharing insights and experience from the coach training process and sharing from my current journey integrating and putting into practice my new skills as a trained coach for artists.
Wnat to share this work, it is part of the Creativity Matters programme, which saw older people taught to do creative workshops. It shows the joy of creativity.
After a long await I am happy to say that I have finally got my new shelf, I have decided to place a few new books on it for now. The reason I have done this is because needed more […]
MILK up to 1 month Fee – None Travel – None Accommodation – None Expectations- North East based artist. Make work in gallery space http://www.mmmilk.co.uk/about Resartist, Open Roads, 3 weeks Fee – None Travel – None Accommodation – $750 Expectations […]
A short residency,
in a cold place,
a rickety bus ride
from the nearest town.
Time to think, to make,
to rethink, to remake,
time to wander and ponder
dark lakes + dense forests.
Reading + drawing,
writing + filming,
listening + looking
at Atelier Austmarka
For the past two weeks I have been letting myself indulge in online searching clicking on anything that relates to my interests in residencies, diversity, sharing, and research. I often have a sprawling approach to looking online although I am […]
Over the last few months we have been working with Co3 Dance and the poet Louise Fazackerley, sharing ideas and using the garden space for more creative endeavours. As the garden is having a Alice in Wonderland theme, due to the tale […]
My creative reflections were all discussed in my previous blog post. I discovered more than just artistic revelations on my residency. Now I am back from Kurt Schwitters Merz Barn in Cumbria, I am pushed back into city life. I […]