After Illusion is an online residency opportunity that takes place via Instagram.
I’m so pleased to be starting 2021 by taking part in After Illusion, an Instagram based residency; the residency program run by artist and curator Skye Williams.
‘After Illusion is both a residency programme and community platform for creatives. Founder Skye Williams, an artist herself, set up the programme after realising a need for the arts community to show internal support during this particularly difficult time.’ – Skye Williams
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‘Do Not Touch The Artwork’ an Exhibition curated by myself, Nick Rhodes and Kathryn Poole.
‘As long as the exhibition is socially distanced, you don’t invite any externals of the university to attend and you let people know not to touch the artwork, it will be fine.’
This was the advice we were given in regard to curating an exhibition at the PR1 Gallery. So here we are, advising you to ‘not touch the artwork’ to ‘socially distance’ and preferably not attend the exhibition unless you have a specific reason to be in the Victoria Building. The UK is now in its second lockdown of the year, so I think these will be easy arrangements to keep.
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Autistica’s Creative Differences Auction will be ending on Tuesday the 27th October at 20:00 GMT.
There is still time to visit the auction site and bid on your favourite work. By bidding on the artworks, you are supporting the arts in addition to supporting a hugely diverse community of autistic people and their families. The artwork can be viewed and bid’s placed here.
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The University of Central Lancashire’s Hanover Project presents ‘Connections‘.
Hanover Projects first solely online exhibition. Including practising artists, current 3rd-year students, alumni and UCLan tutors. Curated by Gallery Intern Abigail Rooney.
During the lockdown, my heart has been breaking for creative students; they had to leave their studios and gallery spaces. There is nothing quite like the atmosphere of an active artist studio for making that ‘magic’ happen, outside of that space it can be difficult. However, they have taken this challenge in their stride and been incredibly proactive. This will be the Hanover projects first entirely digital exhibition, and I am so proud to be part of it.
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Creative Differences – Exploring Art and Autism
I am so pleased to announce that I will be taking part in ‘Creative Differences’; An online auction and exhibition. The aim of the event is to raise funds for ‘Autistica’ a UK based autistic charity.
The auction will take place on 13th October 2020 from 19:00 GMT via Zoom. This is an exclusive opportunity to support a vibrant charity in addition to the arts. Artists and makers have been hit incredibly hard during COVID so it’s great to feel supported by Autistica. By buying a unique artwork, you are advocating for the artist and funding a charity that gives so much to the autistic community. Continue reading “Creative Differences – Exploring Art and Autism”