HENRIETTA MACPHEE‘s practice is centred in ceramics. Her pieces are sculptural, figurative and colourful. Each playfully tells a story representing an innocent yet thought provoking relationship with its material form.
Video artists on Leeds Big Screen: December
CuratorSpace is working with Leeds Big Screen to showcase artists with a connection to Yorkshire who work in film and video. Films will be screened in Millennium Square at 1pm and 6pm daily throughout December. Here are the artists who will be showcased this month.
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 50 artists' studios. We also have a three-bedroom accessible flat for...
DYSPLA Storymakers Residency
Deadline: 16/12/2018 Location: London, London
Supported by the Arts Council England, DYSPLA are looking for 3 neurodivergent storymakers that are keen to write a script for screen or stage. We have three residences available and will offer full development and support during the process.
Ellie Robinson-Carter is an Illustrator, Researcher, Creative Dementia Practitioner and Lecturer based in Falmouth, UK.
Video artists on Leeds Big Screen: November
CuratorSpace is working with Leeds Big Screen to showcase artists with a connection to Yorkshire who work in film and video. Films will be screened in Millennium Square at 1pm and 6pm daily throughout November. Here are the artists who will be showcased this month.
Joya: AiR / spring residencies for artists and writers
Deadline: 17/12/2018 Location: Vélez Blanco
“Joya: AiR is a not for profit arts residency developed by artists for artists of every conceivable discipline. Consider Joya: AiR not only a unique, stimulating and contemplative environment for international artists and writers, but as a meeting point for divergent and creative thinking. This is a multi-disciplinary residency, self determined, critical and profoundly engaging.”
Cupola Contemporary Art
Cupola Contemporary Art was established in 1991 and has grown to become on eof the largest most highly respected privately run contemporary art galleries in the North of England. With a reputation for quality shows and innovation, the gallery regualrly hosts approximately 10 themed or solo...
Open Call: Penny Thoughts Arts Publication (Issue #11)
Deadline: 18/12/2018 Location: Manchester
Penny Thoughts is a free newsletter publication that is distributed around Manchester and now further afield including an online presence. We print a new issue fortnightly and have published 10 issues so far and are looking for artists/writers/thinkers/procrastinators to submit to our upcoming issues.
Artist and Educator. I work conceptually and with text, the idea always takes precedence over the object. www.pamelacrowe.com
CuratorSpace Artist Bursary #1: Sophie Cundale
We are delighted to announce the winner of the first CuratorSpace Artist Bursary, London-based artist, Sophie Cundale. Sophie specialises in moving-image, and works with film and performance to explore the extremity of psychological states.
Art in Manufacturing Open Call for Artists
Deadline: 19/12/2018 Location: Blackburn, Lancashire
The National Festival of Making (NFM) and Super Slow Way (SSW) Invite Expressions of Interest from Artists for: Art in Manufacturing In 2019 we will commission six new artist residencies with up to three places available through this open call process. Art in Manufacturing is NFM's headline commissioning programme, pairing artists and/or makers with manufacturers in the North of England; giving artists a unique opportunity to work within an industry context. The programme, now in its third year has previously included collaborations with manufacturers working in food, textile, paper, plastic, cardboard, ceramics, wallpaper, textile, metal. Manufacturers will once again collaborate with artists, interlacing often traditional techniques and materials with challenging, contemporary ideas, with the new work to be revealed as part of the two day festival in Blackburn, Lancashire. Expression of Interest are being sought for the project which has 3 commissions at open call.
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 currently exploring the connection between the sun, Antarctica, and human activity over the austral summer season. I describe myself as an environmental artist. I’m interested in the interrelationships between people, places, culture and nature. In 2017, I moved from the UK to New...
CuratorSpace Salon #7: Creative Mothers Project
Our second professional development event this November will take place on Saturday 17th November 2-4pm at HEART in Headingley and is co-curated by the Creative Mothers Project. These events give you the chance to hear from creative professionals about the work they do and how they can help you to develop your own practice. You’ll also have the chance to have a drink and meet other people working in the creative industries.
Mural Project - Prison Art Workshops
Deadline: 20/12/2018 Location: Ipswich, Suffolk, Suffolk
Artist call-out for paid opportunity to deliver mural design workshops in prison, and lead volunteers in painting finished mural.
Open Call for Balkan Residency program January - April 2019
Deadline: 29/12/2018 Location: Sofia
Taste the cultural diversity of Bulgaria and provoke your creativity.
I have been involved in producing artwork and in art education for over 35 years. I achieved my degree in ceramic sculpture in 1978 at North Staffordshire Poly, I then moved back to my home in Liverpool and began teaching Art. I moved to Lincolnshire in the 1990s.
CuratorSpace Salon #6: Arts and Health
Our next professional development events for artists and curators will take place on Thursday 8th November at Duke Studios, Sheaf Street, and is co-curated by Arts and Minds. These events give you the chance to hear from creative professionals about the work they do and how they can help you to develop your own practice. You’ll also have the chance to have a drink and meet other people working in the creative industries.
Call for Artists: Radar Artist Fair 8-10.02.19
Deadline: 30/12/2018 Location: London, Greater London
Submissions now OPEN for The Radar Artist Fair 8-10.02.19 / Old Spitalfields Market. New monthly Artist Platform amplifying the next wave of artistic talent over 3 days. Over 55 exciting artists a Month will showcase their work to a global audience of over 75,000 a weekend to inspire and connect the next generation of artists/collector.
CuratorSpace Artist Bursary #2
Deadline: 30/12/2018 Location:
CuratorSpace have launched a new bursary for artists to develop new artworks, projects, or products. We encourage applications that are imaginative and contribute to artist development. One bursary of £500 will be awarded every 3 months.
The Fruitmarket Gallery
My Work explorers memories emotions and conflict in a playful and evocative way. I use Multiple characters to do this. I also use exuberant colors to bring out a playfulness in my work
CuratorSpace and Leeds Big Screen to showcase Yorkshire artists
CuratorSpace is working with Leeds Big Screen to showcase artists with a connection to Yorkshire who work in film and video. Films will be screened in Millennium Square at 1pm and 6pm daily throughout October. Here are the first artists to be showcased in this new partnership.
Featured Artist: Alex Dodsworth
As part of our subscription package, we are launching a new featured artist section which showcases artists and the specific projects they are working on. The first of these is Alex Dodsworth, whose creative photography practice has developed into the production of collaborative zines, addressing issues of the representation and visibility of LGBT people.
I am a multi-disciplinary visual artist encompassing painting, photography, sculpture and landscape interventions. The landscape lies all around us, ever accessible and inexhaustible, offering a plethora of material to delve into its continual transformation. We are surrounded by an invisible...