1 February marks the beginning of a new venture as I join the studio group at Bow Arts Trust. I will be sharing a studio with two superb artists – Elizabeth Murton and Lizzie Cannon, both of whom I met at my previous studio at Cor Blimey Arts. Bow Arts was established in 1995 when […]Read more "Moving to Bow Arts"
On 10 November I took part in a live Q&A session for the Guardian focusing on professional artists. The discussion ranged from networking knowhow, to guidance on how to present the best portfolio and how to make the most of your qualifications in your career. The impressive panel of artists and arts professionals included Lisa […]Read more "Guardian Live Q&A"
I have published this short report on my talk at ISEA 2011 on AIR: How can share working enhance the lives of individual artists? My talk at ISEA 2011 aimed to explain how AIR is facilitating new dialogue between individuals and organisations, acting as the catalyst for new engagement and discussions that will enhance the working lives of […]Read more "Report from ISEA 2011"
Whilst visiting the Kunst en Zwalm Biennial in Belgium as research for my essay for the festival’s catalogue, I caught up with Jan and Chris from the Caravan Gallery. They discuss their participation in this year’s festival, socially engaged practice and their upcoming project with the Empty Shops Network’s Dan Thompson. My full interview can […]Read more "On the road with the Caravan Gallery"
The latest edition of my monthly podcast for AIR: Artists Interaction and Representation is now available to download! This month I report on the Hintze Family Charitable Foundation donation to the National Gallery, high levels of remuneration from the arts in Cumbria and Derby, plus all the latest news from the AIR Activists network. AIR […]Read more "AIR Podcast January"
I will be exhibiting in Double Lives: Duple Trials at the Malt Cross Gallery (12 to 25 Feb). A ‘double life’ conventionally is a life of two identities where one is simultaneously involved in two sets of circumstances and retains the secrecy of one from the other. The exhibition hopes to explore these two sets […]Read more "Double Lives: Duple Trials"
AIR attended The Future for the Arts at the RSA on March 22nd 2010. Culture policy leaders Ben Bradshaw MP, Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport and Jeremy Hunt MP, Shadow Secretary debated the key issues which will shape arts policy and management over the next decade. Labour have been relatively silent on […]Read more "AIR Podcast March 2010"