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4 days to go before I depart…

I have been prepping for my artist talk researching images of past work and the Manchester art scene. I always find that I need to start a fresh when putting together a new presentation. Selecting the right pieces to talk […]

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The Thread of Life

For a long time I’ve been thinking about the thread of life as a starting point for a project. The thread of life comes from Greek myth, and relates to the three Fates, or Moirai; three women who decide on […]

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John Jones residency: “Research into new directions”

Following the opening of its new £10 million arts building in June, fine arts consultancy John Jones welcomes its first artist in residence as part of The Project Space programme of exhibitions, events and outreach activities. We speak to artist Ruth Proctor, and learn more about the space from curator Cassandra Needham.

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Takahuhti Research Residency

Tampere Artists´ Association rents living and working facilities at Takahuhti Artcenter for visiting artists, curators, critics and alike. The building is a former old people´s home and it is owned by the City of Tampere.

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Funding

A joint application for funding for the Thai residency and project at the Museum of Bath at Work has come through from a GfA grant from Arts Council England. This is going to enable me to be more ambitious and […]

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Bank Street Arts Residency

Follow the progress of my residency with Bank Street Arts, Sheffield. The residency will see the development of participatory cross-stitch project, as well as a large scale cross-stitch piece by the artist.

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Spike Studios – Funding

One of the perks of having a studio at Spike Island, Bristol, is that – along with funds that we raise running bars at our annual open studios event – 10 percent of our rent is kept aside to fund […]

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Berwick artist-in-residence announced

Bristol-based artist Katie Davies, whose video works explore ‘the politics of spectatorship’, has been awarded the joint Berwick Visual Arts and Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival residency.

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Wysing Arts Centre: “looking back to understand how we look forwards”

From its base in rural Cambridgeshire, Wysing Arts Centre has been supporting artists to make new work for the past 25 years. We hear from artistic director Donna Lynas, and artists Emma Smith and Seb Patane, about the future aims of the organisation and how the its well-regarded residency programme fosters creative relationships.

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Anna Dumitriu, The Romantic Disease
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Anna Dumitriu: “The practice of microbiology feels very like making art”

Anna Dumitriu’s exhibition, The Romantic Disease: An Artistic Investigation of Tuberculosis, developed from a residency at the University of Oxford and culminates in a symposium on World TB Day. She talks about the ‘curious journey’ that led to her scientific and artistic exploration of this highly infectious, but curable, killer.

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SURFACE ARTS and Rumpueng Collaborative Residency

Excited to have been given a place on the Surface Arts and Rumpueng Art Space Collaborative Residency programme in Chiang Mai for one month this August. This will be a great opportunity to focus on changes in my practice, and […]

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Contains Art: time and space in West Somerset

A new artist-led studio and gallery space housed in three shipping containers on the Somerset coast has just announced a residency opportunity for an emerging artist. We find out more from printmaker Susan Lowe, one of the project’s organisers.

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Cove Park: “a place for engagement and the unexpected”

This weekend’s Cove Park Open Day is a chance to meet artists in residence and to bid farewell to the centre’s current building before re-development work starts in 2014. We talk to Director Julian Forrester about what’s in store this weekend, and beyond.

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