SEGOU' ART 2024 | EXPOSITION OFF L'appel à soumission pour le programme OFF est ouvert jusqu'au 20 décembre 2023. Consultez l'appel via le lien ci-dessous : http://festivalsegou.org/IMG/pdf/off-_appel_candidature-se_gou_art_fsn_2024-.pdf Télécharger le formulaire via le lien suivant : <http://festivalsegou.org/IMG/docx/formulaire_segou_art_off_2024.docx
Project Art Works will be hosting a Christmas Market at our studio in Hastings selling original works, prints, Christmas decorations and more. Friday 8th December, 16.00 – 19.00 Saturday 9th December, 10.00 – 14.00 Mulled wine, Christmas music and a chance to get some unique Christmas presents for your loved ones. Find us at: Project Art Works, Trinity Hall, Braybrooke Terrace, Hastings, TN34 1HQ If you are unable to make the Christmas Market, you can still buy works online via our Untitled Gallery shop.
RURAL SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS WRITER IN RESIDENCE ROTTERDAM 2023 We are happy to announce a new activity of learning and reflection in our school - writers in residence. It is made in collaboration with Goethe Instituut Rotterdam. Kevser Güler - a Turkish curator - from 8 till 19 November will be a writer in residence for Rural School of Economics (RSoE), in our base - Rotterdam. She will meet our network and write about our birthday party.
Conférence sur le thème "Le Bogolan, une histoire, une identité '´ dans le cadre des journées du Textile du Mali, Malifiniw, animée par Djibril GUISSÉ, Représentant de la Fondation Festival sur le Niger, le 02 novembre 2023, au Palais de la Culture Amadou Hampâté Bah.
Mamou Daffé, désigné Champion 2023 des journées du Textile du Mali, Malifiniw qui se tient du 02 au 05 Novembre 2023 au Palais de la Culture Amadou Hampathé Bah.Merci aux organisateurs .Félicitations à la Fondation Festival sur le Niger
Alongside the exhibition Residential at Baltic, Project Art Works will deliver a programme of workshops for local people, families and caregivers. A studio installation next to the main space will host a series of collaborative events that bring partners and collaborators, audiences and artists together in creative production. This programme follows awareness raising and relationship building in the North East of England which we have been engaged in the last year.
On Wednesday 18th and Thursday 19th October Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art is hosting a series of speaking and non-speaking events conceived by Project Art Works in collaboration with Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid. Terrains of Care explores the intersections between art and care in Spain and the UK through artistic practices and their relationship with complex care needs, disability and neurodivergence. Where do the worlds of art and care intersect?
Project Art Works is looking to collaborate with a garden designer on a show garden for Chelsea Flower Show 2025. Last year, Project Art Works bought Trinity Hall which has an outside space that is currently tarmacked. We would like to turn this into a garden and outside art workshop our community! Image: Project Art Works model © Adams & Sutherland We are looking for a garden designer with show garden experience to partner with us on an application for funding from Project Giving Back and to create a beautiful and practical garden for our charity.
HAVE YOUR SAY The Support Collective is working with Healthwatch East Sussex to share your experiences of health and social care in East Sussex with the aim to inform decision-makers within the local authority and NHS. Healthwatch is an independent voice for the people of East Sussex. They wish to understand the lived experiences of people who use health and care services to ensure views are listened to, reported, and represented in the decision-making process.
A new work by Kate Adams, Artist Director/ CEO, explores Cosmology of Care on a larger scale. The work welcomes visitors in the Project Art Works exhibition Residential at Baltic, Gateshead, open till 25 February 2024. As a tool for navigating individuals circles of support Kate has used the design for drawing the complex systems many of our community has to navigate on a daily basis. Often produced in a workshop setting Kate has used this technique in the studio, during the Turner Prize exhibition in 2021 and documenta fifteen in 2022.
Angela Pell, mother of Johnny Pell an artist at Project Art Works, is coordinating a fundraiser in January 2024 at The Hastings Centre. The event will raise much need unrestricted funds for Project Art Works which will help with the huge building project we are undertaking with Trinity Hall and the arches. The event will include a special screening of the film Snow Cake, which Angela co wrote in 2006, a Q&A Angela Pell and the Ros Blackburn and a raffle at The Hastings Centre.
Project Art Works invites you to join us at Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead for a two day In Process: Explorers Event. Celebrating the close of Explorers, this event will bring together national conversations about how cultural institutions can evolve into more caring and inclusive spaces. In Process will embrace agency in art, systems of care and different artist development practices. This event aspires to be non-didactic and accessible and will include a majority of contributors with lived experience of disability, neurodivergence or as caregivers as well as artists, studios and institutions from around the UK.