Date:January 25, 2021 at 12:00 AM
podcast - a-n The Artists Information Company
Welcome to Dwell Awhile; a series of podcasts made by Dwell Time in partnership with the Yorkshire Visual Arts Network. In this first series we invited peer-nominated artists to talk to us about their art practice, the contentiously uncritical term […]
What do Ellie Breeze and Lizz Brady have in common? On leaving Cambridge School of Art, Ellie Breeze co-founded the Motion Sickness art collective as a means of staying connected, and also to create opportunities to show work and to […]
What do Alban Low and Ellie Breeze have in common? Alban Low is a professional illustrator, working a signature calligraphic style for album covers and specialising in impromptu portraits of jazz musicians. He tells me how he has two distinct […]
Yasmine Rix reviews the podcast that investigates what artists do and why.
Finally! Completely outside of my original time frame the podcast has finally gone live. Its quite nerve wracking to hit the publish button and hear your voice talk out across the internet. Hearing your voice played back to you is […]
I’ve put my angry feminist glasses on and been holding off writing this blog post for a few weeks (weeks that may have turned into months). To be frank the podcast is going a lot slower than I had planned, […]
An un-apologetically messy journey between life and the development of a new podcast series exploring sociopolitical issues.
Many thanks to Manifest for this podcast recorded during the final week of my Echo installation for Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival and capturing a little of the artist talk.
A new series of podcasts from artist-run Manifest Arts provides interviews with artists and arts organisers in the North West of England.
I have a couple of friends who have visual impairments of one sort or another. I don’t really take much notice of it. I’m not even sure if this is a good thing or a bad thing. I think, because […]