Keeping things interesting

I’m delighted to announce that I’m now a Director of Flow Contemporary Arts, along with Carolyn Black and Grace Davies. Flow Contemporary Arts is a Forest of Dean-based registered company developing encounters with art in unusual places. Exciting times ahead…

30 Museums go Wild Swimming

To find out what on earth I am talking about, come to my talk of that title at University of the Arts London on Friday 28 October 2016. Actually, I’ll be talking about the regional and national scope of the New Expressions programme’s work with museums across England. Part of a symposium, The Artist in Read More

Just published: Evaluation summary of programme supporting collaboration between artists and museums

New Expressions has just published the executive summary of my evaluation report on New Expressions 3, the third phase of a programme promoting creative collaboration between contemporary artists and museums. For the first time, New Expressions 3 was national in its reach and tested some new ways of working, including a mechanism to enable contemporary Read More

Three recent films: Artists and museums working together

I recently project managed a collection of three short films about contemporary artists collaborating with museums and historic houses. Made by Axisweb for my clients New Expressions and Visual Arts South West, the films feature six artists and museums and introduce their specially commissioned artworks across England. The three films are part of a set Read More

Coming shortly: Opportunities for artists and a film-maker

I’m delighted to be working with Flow Contemporary Arts and Burton Art Gallery, Bideford, Devon, on an exciting new project. We will soon release some opportunities for artists and a film-maker. The call-out is almost ready and I’ll share it here. You can also subscribe to Flow’s newsletter here: http://flowprojects.wordpress.com