Definitely settled in as Community Artist: collaborating with local art projects, connecting with the V&A collections and mapping out my own artistic concerns. First off, spray painting at the Henry Dickens Court Community Centre. Local children working with TMO, Steph Perkins and lead artist, Claire […]
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As part of an exhibition marking the 250th anniversary of William Hogarth’s death and featuring work by David Hockney, Yinka Shonibare MBE and Grayson Perry, Jessie Brennan is exhibiting a series of newly commissioned drawings of the soon to be demolished Robin Hood Gardens in Poplar. She talks about the project.
I’ve just completed my residency at the V&A Museum. This was the first time the museum funded an artist to be based outside the museum. My studio was in North Kensington and connected to a housing development. From July 2014-Jan […]
Economic impact assessment of the arts in Liverpool, focusing on the organisations that made up the Liverpool Arts Regeneration Consortium.
In her article asking ‘What festivals add to a city’ (a-n Magazine, July-August 2011), Dany Louise points out that local authorities tend to favour them for extrinsic reasons like improved tourism and city profile. Based on my recent experience in Folkestone, where I was undertaking a short residency, I would argue that these supposedly extrinsic reasons are in danger of eclipsing the intrinsic benefits, as festivals are increasingly understood within the context of urban development and economic growth.
Led by curator Vicki Lewis and artist Katherine Clarke (muf), the We Are Artists, How Can We Help? action research project questions the presence of artists as a model in regeneration. What does the artist gain? Is there a benefit swap between the artist constituency and their neighbours?
Eight arts and cultural organisation in Liverpool surveyed audiences and visitors about the impacts of their experiences over the 2009 – 2010 season.
Two part document, consisting of conversations with participants of arts projects in North Liverpool, and an in-depth discussion of LARC supported art-interventions in the same city area.
A one-day symposium in April developed by In Certain Places is aimed at urban planners, artists, public art commissioners, architects, urban designers and people with an interest in the future of cities.
Mapping report commissioned by the Liverpool Arts Regeneration Consortium from Impacts ’08.
Research undertaken between Sept 2008 and February 2009 intended to development of the Liverpool Thrive programme, and FindYourTalent.
The planets environmental emergency is providing inspiration for a growing movement of artists whose work focusing on habitats, social issues and survival aims to raise awareness. Anna Minton reports.
David Butler discusses artists and urban regeneration.
In June 2004 I was shown around an empty flat in Farley Bank, Hastings, with a view to taking it on as an experimental space.
Paul Stone examines some of the issues arising from the a-n event in June.
20-21 Visual Arts Centre, Scunthorpe
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CBAT, The Arts and Regeneration Agency is to hold a two day conference, Urban Legacies, in Cardiff on 6-7 May 2004. This coincides with ‘Aint no love in the heart of the City’, a series of temporary art projects in […]