My a-n bursary was for building contacts in the prison service to develop a new idea for working collaboratively on an exhibition commission with prisoners. What a year it turned out to be for learning about the arts in a difficult to access sector.
Engagement - a-n The Artists Information Company
Image: Inventory 07.05.20 -gifted binoculars -borrowed Canon -spycam (return to amazon now in process) -iphone6s -walking shoes (usually work-wear) -bumbag -house key
Inspired by this blog, I have started the project Questing for Forest Cove. I will record the process as I go. At this point it is in it’s early stages. TBC.
After a hectic summer and autumn of engagement events on the Wirral, I am now just two weeks away from the exhibition opening at the Williamson Art Gallery – 7 December 2019 – 2 February 2020.
This will be an ongoing blog around a five-year personal project I’ve obsessively researched, based around a rediscovered family photographic archive. It will culiminate in an exhibition and interventions at the end of 2019 at The Williamson Art Gallery & Museum.
To support my artistic practice I work part-time as an Audience Interviewer in the cultural sector, which has informed my work & I regularly receive neurodiverse audience feedback of the lack of access to interpretation in museums & galleries, which is […]
Venue:Swindon Museum & Art Gallery
From:September 12, 2018
To:November 30, 2018
Location:South West England
ACE commissioned report from Britain Thinks, reviewing how the arts, museums and libraries sector has progressed since 2010
Summary of Taking Part data for the engagement in the Arts during 2016/2017.
What I liked about the pace of visitors on Friday was that I was able to spend time with each of them. There was only one occasion when two groups overlapped. With the kind of work that I make, and […]
Myself and Artist Rachel Ramchurn have been discovering the delights of collaborating, although we may both agree the writing of funding bids falls into the ‘not so delightful’ area. The ‘A Pocketful of Treasures’ event we ran on the Fallowfield […]
Throughout 2017 I will be making new artworks and creating engagement opportunities responding to this unique architectural relic. This blog reflects on the ideas in my application and my initial responses to this unique residency opportunity within this iconic London landmark.
Conference proceedings report from the third International Teaching Artist Conference, held in Edinburgh.
Venue:The Gumption Business Centre:
Date:November 18, 2014 at 09:00 AM