Jessie Bond writes about art and photography for various publications including ‘Art Licks’, ‘Paper Journal’ and ‘This is Tomorrow.’
Assemble is a multi-disciplinary collective working across architecture, design and art, and in 2015 were awarded the Turner Prize for their on-going work in ‘Granby Four Streets’, Liverpool. This talk is an Atelier/ SVA collaboration as part of the OWN project.
Drop into the Atelier Potting Shed for some short informal talks full of practical tips.
Sheridan will be in conversation with Nancy Trotter Landry (Giffords Circus) to discuss her work as a performance and visual artist.
Can an artist claim that an object is a work of art if it has been made for him or her by someone else? If so, who is the ‘author’ of such a work? And just what is the difference between a work of art and a work of craft?
Three years ago, Mary Jane Baxter quit her job at the BBC and headed for Europe in her mobile craft studio. Mary Jane will be talking about her journey and her new book Sew on the Go which will be published with UNBOUND later this year.
Colin Higginson will talk about Art in Motion and Jeff John’s work, which will be on show in the exhibition in John Street for the Site Festival.
Charles Landry is an international authority on the use of imagination and creativity in urban change. He is currently a fellow at the Robert Bosch Academy in Berlin. He invented the concept of the Creative City in the late 1980’s.
Dr Amy Concannon is a curator at Tate Britain. She is a specialist in art of the Romantic period, particularly landscape painting and the work of Turner, Constable and William Blake.