airspacecurriculum

Visiting Artists Programme #5

Artists' Talks
2nd-23rd November, 2017
Film Theatre
College Road
Stoke-on-Trent
ST4 2EF


AirSpace Curriculum is a programme of events, talks and workshops organised by AirSpace Gallery in partnership with Staffordshire University which recognises and responds to the need for continuing professional development for artists in Stoke-on-Trent and the West Midlands.

This part of the Curriculum offer is a series of artists’ talks, organised by Staffordshire University and usually available solely to students on their Fine Art BA Course, but now being opened up for any interested artists and members of the public to attend. This offer will be augmented by additional artist talks at AirSpace Gallery.

The programme offers an insight into the professional practices of a number of interesting and varied professional artists and arts practitioners.

***Please note*** - These talks take place at the Film Theatre at Staffordshire University and are free- but booking is essential for non-University attendees.
For booking information please visit the individual talks links below.

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1. Nicola Dale
Thursday, November 2nd - 12.15 – 1.15
Nicola Dale is a British artist, based in Manchester, working in sculpture and performance. exploring themes of knowledge, what it may look like, how it differs from information and charting it with human interaction. Dale has exhibited internationally, undertaking commissions at galleries and alternative spaces. Recent highlights include residencies at The University of Manchester (2015); NAEA at Yorkshire Sculpture Park (2014); Shanghai College of Fine Arts (2013).
To Book your place, click HERE


2. Tracey Hill
Thursday, November 9th - 12.15 – 1.15
Tracy Hill is a visual artist living and working in the north west of England. Combining print and installation with a practice based on walking and mapping capabilities, Hill seeks out an understanding of the land around us and explores the complexity of peripheral spaces, the resonating presence of landscape within the constantly evolving geography of the North West. Hill is currently working at University of Central Lancashire and is widely exhibited nationally and internationally.
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3. Steven Lowe
Thursday, November 16th - 12.15 – 1.15
L-13 Light Industrial Workshop and Private Ladies and Gentlemen’s Club for Art, Culture and Disruptive Betterment of Culture was founded by artist Steve Lowe in 2003 – initially under the name the aquarium (2003 – 2006) then THE AQUARIUM L-13 (2006 – 2008) – the L-13 Light Industrial Workshop is a creative platform, spiritual home and technical epicentre for a small group of artists that Lowe has found himself working with – both in collaborative venture and by way of support for the individual artists. The L-13 HQ in Clerkenwell is also physical home to the Harry Adams studio, an 1825 Albion Press, The Patented Finger of God Painting Machine and a miniature poodle known as The Beast. Steven is also one half of the painting collaboration Harry Adams with Adam Wood.
To Book your place, click HERE

4. Angela Bartram
Thursday, November 23rd - 12.15 – 1.15
Angela Bartram’s practice includes live art, video, sculpture, print and published text, and concerns threshold and ‘in-between’ spaces of the human body, gallery or museum, definitions of the human and animal within companion species relationships and alternative strategies for documenting the ephemeral. Amongst others, her Live Art Development Agency funded project Be Your Dog was at KARST (Plymouth 2016), and she has published the co-edited volume Recto-Verso: Redefining the Sketchbook (Eds: Bartram, El Bizri, Gittens (Ashgate: 2014). Bartram was awarded a PhD by Middlesex University (2010) and is Reader in Fine Art at the University of Lincoln (UK).
To Book your place, click HERE

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Through a dynamic and evolving programme of exhibitions, events and activities AirSpace Gallery brings critical, high quality contemporary art to the region and provides opportunities for a broad range of artists.

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