August 21st sees the nationwide release of the Art Party film by Tim Newton and Bob & Roberta Smith. This was shot at the Art Party Conference last November. I’m really looking forward to seeing it!! GOVESHY even made it into the official trailer! Bonus! Art Party from Tim Newton on Vimeo.
Spent the afternoon in the Museum Gardens with Yorkshire Museum Manager Gary Bateson, taking publicity photographs for the porcelain sandwiches. Then onto the Treasure’s House to meet with Visitor Services Manager Lisa Holden for more of the same. This followed on from my packed out artists talk at Kings Manor. Brilliant Day! Photos: Ian McKinley […]
York Curiouser kicks off next weekend. My comissioned artwork ‘Porcelain Sandwiches’ will be set out in the Yorkshire Museum Gardens, Treasurer’s House Gardens, Kings Manor, The York Walls and Peasholme Green.
The Crafts Council very kindly covered me on their #todayimmaking feature. Thanks guys. Today I’m making Porcelain Sandwiches for York Curiouser, an upcoming exhibition which will see 300 of these sandwiches ‘left’ around York.
An interesting exhibition which I have some work included in, coming up at Crescent Arts in Scarborough for Museums at Night. The exhibition will be shown in the gallery space at Crescent Arts during April and May.
How Many Artists Does it Take to Draw a Lightbulb? Open Studios and a joint exhibition of current work from the six resident artists at Crescent Arts. Myself and Jade Monsterrat will also be giving artist talks on both days over the weekend of the 16th, 17th Feb as part of the Coastival festival.
I’ve been selected to take part in this years Saltburn Arts Fair which is run in conjunction with Mima (Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art). I’ll be setting up a stall on the 5th August.
I have a solo exhibition at Crescent Arts in Scarborough. The exhibition entitled FARM WORLD runs from Saturday the 9th June until the 7th July.
I’ve started work on FARM WORLD, my next exhibition which will be shown at Crescent Arts in Scarborough. This exhibition is part of my Studio Residency and will be shown in June and July.
I’ve just delivered the finished Charmology Head to Shirley Collier, CEO of Scarborough Museums Trust. It will be exhibited in the upcoming Fears, Foes & Faeries Exhibition in Scarborough Art Gallery .
My ceramic piece The Death of Sainsbury’s is currently on show at Ferens Art Gallery in Hull, the exhibition which the work is included in runs until April 15th.
I was invited to be a live guest artist for the evening at the recent Eastern Summer Late event at Scarborough Art Gallery (commissioned to draw the public’s portraits).
I’ve been invited by the National Glass Centre to display my work in a Craft & Design Showcase, this will be installed downstairs in a large display case next to the elevator. This showcase will run from 13th October through until 10th January 2012.
I’ll be starting a new studio residency at Crescent Arts in Scarborough in October, this is a subsidised professional development placement and is supported by the Arts council.