exploring the intersection of social/queer culture and human and more-than-human’s beneficial impact on conservation… which is to say, how queer-theory human relations and expression with/through nature, impacts on policy making regarding conservationism. NOTES Fairytales: Debts. Transformation. Chaos. Story. Spells. Alternate parallel […]
planning - a-n The Artists Information Company
process and planning of collaborative illustrative and audio art exhibition, between myself and Ulrika-Igraine Muñoz-alarcón.
Has Covid altered the way I work? My journey through my final (!) year studying BA (Hons) Fine Art at the University of Suffolk.
I went over the Penistone today to meet with the Penistone Arts Week team. We have been discussing the possibility of launching the newspaper during PAW and also screening some films related to mental wellbeing as part of our launch […]
Date:October 27, 2018 at 10:30 AM
Location:South East England
Responding to: Rosalie Schweiker & Margherita Huntley ‘Teaching for People Who Prefer Not to Teach’ 22 May 2017 MayDay Rooms
One of the fantastic things about receiving my professional development bursary from a-n is that I can now try making a Grant for the Arts application and use my bursary as the match funding I’ll need to support the application. So here […]
Having time and space to work on new ideas after the New Year has been a godsend. Space is a much undervalued factor… but not to us artists! I’ve been coming up with mind maps and numerous pages of notes […]
Audioblog – Please click here I don’t really like New Year. There’s the regulation jollity thing. Actually I find it depressing. Quite often I just want to be left alone, its passing just another day into night into day. Drunkenness […]
Just rejoined the AN after 3 yrs absence and am planning.
Yesterday was the second planning session with Dan. I think we are almost ready now, in January, to hit the ground running, shoot the flag up the pole and see how it shimmies, type of thing…. (I need a bit […]
Fifteen days since the knee op. Can’t drive yet… another couple of weeks probably before I can get back behind the wheel. I am climbing the stairs, one at a time, good leg first, like a toddler. I can walk […]
It’s all been a bit of a blur, like the old saying about waiting forever for a London bus then three come along at once. I went from feeling like it would be months till I would have my studio […]
I made a few attempts to find an Arborist to consult on what the local Council had requested as per my previous post, but they were either not available until October or never returned my calls. So I called the Planning […]
Its been 4 months since I started the wheels in action to make my garden studio a reality. Getting rid of the old garage, hence my parking space, meant a new driveway at the front of the house to allow […]
From design and plan of the building, to moving in, setting up and getting down to ‘making’, this blog explores my journey towards a studio of my own.