No Jobs in the Arts wants to shine a light on some of the amazing artists working in the East Midlands today. We are now taking entries for the second edition of the zine that will be circulated to industry around the region.
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v I have Returned to Ritherdon! All the catching up, calendar sharing and phase one sounding out is now complete! Here are a few initial points of focus: Lean Manufacturing Philosopy- what is it and how is it put into […]
An artist residency at manufacturer Ritherdon & Co Ltd, taking place between Feb 2019 – Aug 2020. A development from an Art in Manufacturing 2 residency for the National Festival of Making 2018. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
Very excited to be one of the artists working on the Woods to Where else project in Kings Wood with Stour Valley Creative Partnerships. This is a research and development project with a mini residency, working with Mavernie Cunningham, to […]
On Friday I spent the morning interviewing staff at MGS Technical Plastics for my film. Three have worked with the company for 26 years, another just 7 weeks. It’s interesting and enlightening to be given access to a manufacturing work-force […]
Elizabeth Andrews To Do Pile Elizabeth Andrews was born in Penderyn, Rhondda Cynon Taf in 1882. After first hand experience of the horrid mining conditions within Rhondda communities, in 1919 Andrews worked as a campaigner for mining families of the […]
This past week has become very much focused on the what, how and why? What is my context? How can I achieve this? Why am I using the materials/objects in my work? I’ve been researching artists Martin Creed, Robert Morris, […]
As the Port Talbot steelworks crisis continues, this Saturday a mini-festival takes place at the site of the former steelworks in Ebbw Vale, curated by artist Stefhan Caddick.
From:March 22, 2016
To:April 08, 2016
Location:North West England
The Black Path is an ancient route. It has been many things: the northern boundary of an Anglian Kingdom, a medieval sailor’s trod, and a convenient path to work for the steelworkers of Middlesbrough. It is a nominal, barely remembered […]