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Advice on new business to help artists

Hello As well as doing my own artwork I am starting to provide some design services to help other artists to work in the public realm. I have spent 20 years working for the artist Walter Jack on large, complex, […]

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Artist LUAP brings good vibrations to Notting Hill

The latest in the series of vibrant public art installations overtaking Kensington + Chelsea’s empty retail spaces has been unveiled today. The next of the High Street Windows is presented by London-based artist LUAP, who takes over the All Saints storefront in Notting Hill.

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Coventry’s Monsters

I want to talk to talk about an art trial that was in Coventry during October had term 2020, Coventry Monsters. Throughout the city where eight massive, inflatable monsters in bright colours and bold designs perched up high on buildings for the public […]

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Mellandagarna: the between days

Suddenly things are a lot calmer. Catching up on unread emails from Thursday evening and Friday I learn that my show in Uppsala is postponed. It should have opened on 16 January but Swedish regulations regarding covid-19 restrictions were strengthened […]

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Workplace – Taking Stock : Loughborough

‘Workplace’ Taking Stock : Loughborough Paul Conneally 31st October 2020 Taking Stock is a series of works linked to and emerging from artist photographer Christopher Mear’s walk to work as a retail operative. Here I transpose his walk directions from […]

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Now Showing #281: The week’s top exhibitions

A selection of the week’s best shows, including: ‘pick pocket’ public art at The Ryder Projects, London; Clementine Drake’s carved plaster at Patriothall Gallery, Edinburgh; and hallucinogenic paintings by Andreas Rüthi at Swansea’s Glynn Vivian Art Gallery.

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Creative Practice as a means of Problem Solving

I was recently asked to give a talk about starting out an art practice in Dumfries and Galloway, to a group of young artists – blueprint100 at the Stove. I’ve learned to avoid these experiences as I am usually far […]

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Armistice Day: centenary of first world war to be marked by creative responses across UK

Commissions from the 14-18 NOW programme include Danny Boyle’s portraits of soldiers created on beaches and Rachel Whiteread’s Nissen Hut at Dalby Forest in North Yorkshire, while other shows across the UK range from frontline images by nurses and women ambulance drivers, to contemporary artists’ responses to war and the machinery that surrounds it.

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Good News

Where did January and half of February go? The last six weeks have passed in a blur of activity. We got the fantastic news at the beginning of January that our grants for the arts funding bid to Arts Council […]

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