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To:August 19, 2018
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Here are a few of my favourite things from the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition ?
Well a 6am start and a convoluted journey (which way is it now??) were worth the bother to get to the YVAM conference, aimed at early career artists: “the artist’s journey – which way is it now?”. Lots of advice […]
VIBORG: links with Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire pottery found at Viborg, evidence of work and crossover of skills by English/Danish blacksmiths, cobblers and moneyers in the 10th century. But most inspirational artefact was fragments of woven tunic found in a posthole […]
A review of Grayson Perry’s ‘All Man’ series on Channel Four television.
I have been reading Grayson Perry’s ‘Playing To The Gallery’ which is fascinating reading, there is a whole science to selling work and being part of a ‘scene’. By being more lucrative and proactive in getting custom, that will be […]
A host of well-known faces from the arts, film and TV are featured in the visual campaign for Panic! What Happened to Social Mobility in the Arts?
AUDIOBLOG – Please click here The danger with a funded project is that you spend such a long time making sure you have the books balanced, promoting, marketing, networking and managing, that it becomes difficult to fit in doing […]
A campaign against proposals to close the ceramics department at City and Islington College has gained the support of Turner Prize-winning potter Grayson Perry.
The artist and ‘national treasure’ Grayson Perry is to receive the Critics’ Circle Annual Award for Distinguished Services to the Arts in Britain.
Grayson Perry used his final Reith Lecture for BBC Radio 4 to look at his journey to becoming an artist, and to discuss the central purpose of creating art, which he described as “meaning making”.
In his third Reith Lecture for BBC Radio 4, Grayson Perry discussed the art world’s obsession with novelty, and asked if art has lost its ability to shock.
The second Reith Lecture for BBC Radio 4 by Grayson Perry saw the artist exploring how something is defined as a work of contemporary art.
In the first of four Reith Lectures for BBC Radio 4 titled Democracy Has Bad Taste, artist Grayson Perry explored the question of who determines what is ‘good’ art, and why.