Identity

June 12, 2019

I have reached the final of this competition on the theme of Identity and self-expression, co-organised by Handmade in Britain and the Ashmolean museum, Oxford.

The finalists will be exhibited on

13-25th June Ashmolean Museum, Exhibition shop level 4.

27th-30th June Handmade Oxford, Waterperry Gardens.

https://www.handmadeinbritain.co.uk/identity/

https://www.ashmolean.org/event/identity-2019

Fantastic Properties

June 12, 2019

The Crypt Gallery, NW1 2BA

14th-16th June.

Private View 13th June 6-9pm

Open Friday and Saturday 11-7

Sunday 11-4

“Fantastic Properties” will be a multi-media show where each member of the collective explores his or her response to the exhibition space as a place where personal and collective histories collide. Our experimental engagement with materials leads to unexpected outcomes. See www.unit303.com

I will be exhibiting as part of the City Lit Visual Arts show at 

Safehouse 2, 137 Copeland Rd, London SE15 3SN 

A collection of work from across Visual Arts, showcasing work from Textiles, Print, basketry, Jewellery, Ceramics, Sculpture, Photography and much more. 

Tuesday 10 - Thursday 12 July, 10:00-16:00 
Private View on Tuesday 10 July 18:00-21:00

https://www.citylit.ac.uk/blog/city-lit-art-show-tuesday-10-thursday-12-july-2018

Our final show for the City Lit Foundation Diploma in Art and Design takes place at The Menier Gallery, 51 Southwark Street, London SE1 1RU (5 minutes walk from London Bridge station and the Tate Modern). Please come and join us!

Opening hours

Thursday 22nd March 11am-6pm

Friday 23rd March 11am-8.30pm

Saturday 24th March 11am-2pm

'The course is... a qualification that is a starting point (it's in the name), a springboard - a rigorous introduction to creative practice and thinking, a unique opportunity to explore one's creative freedom, and a pathway to higher level study, independent artistic or design practice, or to professional work in the creative industries... And/then we should acknowledge the 'unfinished business' of creative practice itself - of making and experimenting and exploring without end.'

Ian Tucknott, Course leader

 

Most of us on the course have had lives that have meandered around the houses before alighting on art as a second career.  Although the foundation is conventionally a starting point, for us it's also a middle - a staging post. We bring to the table a varied and complicated set of life stories. We bring a fierce commitment (emotional and financial) to our art, as many of us to varying degrees were discouraged in our childhood artistic dreams. We also bring all the knowledge - and baggage - of our previous careers. I like to think of the Diploma as more of an Art Conversion course. By hook and by crook our wonderful tutors have coaxed us and corralled us into the disciplines of professional art practice. As you might expect, the results are quite different to a 'standard' foundation course full of 18-year-olds. We are starting out, yet at the same time, well on the road already.

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