SLAM JAM PT. 5! Sheffield, slam poetry night at BANK STREET ARTS It’s been a while since our last SLAMJAM. This time we are teaming up Bank Street Arts (directions on the website www.bankstreetarts.com )in Sheffield. This is YOUR moment to SHINE. For those who aren’t familiar with the SLAMJAM format. EMAIL us (email@example.com) or message onContinue reading “SLAM JAM PART 5 (CAKE) AT BANK STREET ARTS, 16TH MARCH 2011”
AN ART CRIT GROUP FOR EVERYONE want some critical discussion or feedback on art or your practice in general? You can’t always get what you want, but sometimes, you might just find (get) what YOU NEED! Bring friends, your work, or ideas, or debates, or compliments, or love, or exhibitions, or whatever. Make the itContinue reading “ART-CRIT – just for you!! BANK STREET ARTS, SHEFFIELD”
Rose Blake updated her portfolio with some of her latest illustration work. I really enjoy her style, especially her band tshirts (The Beach Boys, Talking Heads) that you can see after the jump. More of her shirts are available in her shop!
NOTE: This will probably change. this version is NOT going to be published in printed format; but a variation of this article will (alas a BETTER version of it). But you know, please feel free to comment; and yeah. We are all surplus: why the dark matter of the artworld matters. Dark Matter: Art and Politics in theContinue reading “We are all surplus: why the dark matter of the artworld matters”
I totally digg this work: Each week we were making one new design available via the Arkitip Intel but we have now placed the entire collection online. 32-year-old Dutch illustrator and designer Parra has decorated the Amsterdam underground with his playful, bizarre graphics that span a broad base of themes, from introspective to audacious and bawdy. TheContinue reading “Parra Illustrator”
A look back at the Mind the Gap show at Prism Gallery a month and half ago… some beautiful work!
Forget art school. Smizzy has the answers….. No I actually, I don’t have ALL the answers – but I do know where to find the answers that I seek. Well, answers are usually more like tips to help you find your own personal answer – but resembles some sort of answer never-the-less. I realized aContinue reading “How to Write an Artist statement, word?!”