CULTIVATE presents SELF - A show of self portraits
Organ magazine, London, United Kingdom
23/02/2021 to 23/02/2022
Cultivate presents Self - a carefully curated show of self portraits - an online show and 33 invited artists, mostly painters, one or two who paint with cameras or pencils or... A show curated by artists and Cultivate founders Sean Worrall and Emma Harvey.
Case Study: Fronteer
Fronteer is run by Michael and Sharon Borkowsky and began as a freelance arts initiative to provide exhibition spaces and host open calls for artists. In October 2020 they opened a gallery of their own; Fronteer Gallery in Sheffield and have established the annual art prize 'The Fronteer Open'.
Trevor R A Dingle
Born South Yorkshire, England 1969. I have always drawn and painted, then began photography seriously in the 1980s as a teenager, largely learning the technical aspects including film developing and printing from my father and developing my own eye.
Saltaire Inspired is an ambitious arts charity, creating quality contemporary arts events in unique settings.
We have a vision to establish Saltaire as an internationally recognised centre for the visual arts, inspiring people of all ages and...
ARTIST OF THE MONTH OPEN CALL
25/01/2022 London, London
OPEN CALL TO MULTIMEDIA ARTISTS WORLDWIDE. Submit NOW for an opportunity to be featured in January 2022!
Cultivate presents Alright?
Cultivate, London, United Kingdom
16/03/2021 to 16/03/2022
Alright? Another carefully cultivated thoughtfully curated maximalist artist-led on-line group show featuring 200 pieces of art from 39 invited artists from all over the land and indeed the globe.
I am a painter based in Southport, Merseyside. I have exhibited across the U.K. and most recently in a solo retrospective exhibition at The Atkinson Art Gallery in Southport called ‘Colourfields’ February 2017. I am an associate member of Cross Street Arts in Standish, Wigan. I also work as ...
CuratorSpace Artist Bursary #13: Daura Campos
Daura Campos is a Latinx, self-taught, lens-based artist based in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Her photographic practice challenges traditional image-making processes, revealing itself as more than a meta-commentary with a subtext that prompts broader conversations on the implications of existing in a dissident body.
Spring Show 2022
26/01/2022 Leeds, West Yorkshire
The English Art Co. hosts Art Roundhay Park and is now permanently based at The Mansion Conservatory within the beautiful surroundings of Roundhay Park, Leeds. We showcase new works by artists David Lyon Art, Samantha Ward Art, Ryoko Minamitani and other local and regional artists and producers.
b-side is an arts organisation based in Dorset, UK. We work with and commission artists to make new site-responsive work revealing the marginal, often forgotten and less commercial aspects of our coastal towns and communities. We invite professional artists to make artworks in response to...
THE NEW ARTIST | OPEN CALL
In the last hundred years humankind has seen unprecedented innovations and changes - from skyscrapers and the moon landing through to social media and human rights.
I'm an interdisciplinary artist and educator working in the UK. My works often encompass live data visualisation, mapping systems, performance, photography and installation underpinned with conceptual rigour. Working within the intersection of art and science, I consider collaborations with...
Cultivate presents Saturation - a maximalist group show
On-line, hosted by Organ magazine, London
23/06/2021 to 22/06/2022
The latest in terms of the carefully curated series of on-line art exhibitions from the London-based artist-led thing that is Cultivate, a group show called Saturation, featuring around 200 pieces of work from 37 artists.
CuratorSpace Artist Bursary #13: Cameron Naylor
Cameron Naylor is a UK-based artist specialising in sound design, and audio-visual installation pieces. Their pieces have been installed in galleries and venues around the UK. They are interested in the intersection of audio and visuals, and how they can be used artistically in installation settings. Their artistic influences are John Cage, Brian Eno, Daito Manabe, Agnes Varda, and Tarik Barri.
Case Study: Benji Appleby-Tyler
Benji Appleby-Tyler is an emerging artist turned curator, who is currently studying Fine Art at University. He create an open call on CuratorSpace to work with other artists on his participatory project 'IDEA Portable Protest Kit'. Artists followed instructions to construct a 'soap box' and create an individual performance which was collated into a showreel.
Non fiction writing for The Abandoned Dreams Collective
The Abandoned Dreams Collective is a newsletter about lives unlived, dreams only dreamt, realities unrealized.
I sustain a visual art practice (with an emphasis on the moving image, performance, text and sculpture) through various positions as artist, curator, programmer and writer, and often work under a title or pseudonym, for example Modern Edinburgh Film School, Neon John and ‘The Men and...
I'm a cultural geographer (w/ PhD) and multi-media artist who focuses on overlooked, surreal natures, natural history, nature noir, site, & memory. I create films which draw on landscapes, research and experimental nature cinema, but I also write (including artist's books), work as a painter...
Matter of Identity: I, you, we & other
y Gaer, Glamorgan Street, Brecon, Breconshire, United Kingdom
11/12/2021 to 13/02/2022
Matter of Identity: I, you, we & other. The exhibition contains installations developed through a period of intense drawing and making, informed by conversations with people living with dementia, scientists and activists involved with dementia friendly communities. At the heart of the work is a belief in the enduring power of mark making to hold the essence of identity.
CuratorSpace Artist Bursary #13: Liz O Connell
Liz O Connell is an emerging artist with Irish and Yorkshire heritage. Through her research into her family's links with textiles, she creates visual sketchbooks and film and photographs. She explores domestic narratives by making glass textiles and using them performatively, exploring complex ideas about gender and 'invisible' work . Alongside her sculptural pieces, she reappropriates domestic detergents and materials, using glass cloths and subverting domestic chores by filming the process and creating film stills and canvases.
Ones To Watch 2022
30/01/2022 Leeds, West Yorkshire
Ones to Watch; our annual exhibition for creative students and 2021 graduates currently studying in or from Yorkshire is back!
Winter Issue/ Publication open call for artist working in a different media
Collect Art is an independent ad-free online art gallery, dedicated to discovering and promoting art and a common space for artists, photographers, designers, and other artists.
The Art House
The Art House provides studios and programmes offering time, space and support for artists and associates to develop their creative practice and progress their professional careers.
The Art House building is home to 45 artists' studios and three makerspaces - a print studio, ceramics...
Though rooted in printmaking, my MA in Fine Art (UAL) encouraged me to expand my practice to include installation and assemblage. I use a range of media including traditional (e.g. print, ceramics) and newer technologies (e.g. laser cut) which I combine to stretch possibilities. My work reflects...
CuratorSpace Artist Bursary #13: Damaris Athene
Damaris Athene's interdisciplinary practice explores how digital technology is altering the world around us and affecting how we interact with and perceive our own bodies. Athene works with different mediums such as painting, sculpture, performance, photography, digital collage, printmaking, and the boundaries between these mediums, to examine the flattening and perfecting of the digital world.
Waterways at WWT London Wetland Centre
WWT London Wetland Centre, Queen Elizabeth Walk, London, Greater London, United Kingdom
16/12/2021 to 28/02/2022
BobCat Gallery will be hosting a group exhibition in the gallery space at the WWT London Wetland Centre, Barnes, from 2nd December 2021 - 28th February 2022. ‘Waterways’ will celebrate the diversity of wetland habitats and wildlife through contemporary art, and includes the work of 11 artists who have been inspired by wetlands near and far.
CuratorSpace Artist Bursary #13: Jenny Mc Namara
Jenny Mc Namara is a visual artist from Dublin and based in Newcastle. She holds a degree in a degree in Glass and Ceramics and an MFA in Fine Art. Her practice focuses on visual perception, pattern and how we see and understand imagery. The sculptures she makes are pattern machines – experimentation between surface, space and colour.
I started involving people in my work over many years by asking simple but BIG QUESTIONS such as: to name a painting; to tell me their wish; or to tell me what they worry about. I had incredible responses to all these questions but there was always something missing - I never really connected...
Case Study: ARTbound
ARTbound is an arts organisation, developed and managed by photographer and curator, Meg Oxford. It began in 2014 and primarily creates events and exhibitions, by building partnerships with other art organisations, galleries and creative venues, to support artists in showing and selling their work.
Cultivate presents Deflect - a maximalist group show
On line via Organ magazine, London, United Kingdom
12/01/2022 to 31/01/2023
The 18th in an ongoing series of maximalist on-line group shows from London's Cultivate Gallery, Deflect features the carefully selected work of 43 participating artists from all over the land and indeed the globe