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Jess Mayuga: Introduction

ICYMI in the pilot episode of Stage Presence, Jess Mayuga is moving to Seattle this weekend to embark on the next leg of her life. Coincidently, she’s also moving into IndieBeat for the season, as our Fall… 443 more words

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Artist in Residence at nanopod: Hybrid Studio

The studio is about to metamorphosize into a sort of Edward Gorey- Nightmare Before Christmas-Morbidly curious Wunnderkammern! Artist in residence, Ankixa Risk aka Kika will be setting up shop this September.  41 more words

Metal + Glass

The Hotham Gravel Garden Stage 1

I’ve started work on a new painting which is on an 80×80 cm Jute canvas. The gravel garden with its water features is a new addition to the landscaping in Hotham Park. 29 more words

Open Studios: An Insider View

by Christine Hopkins SGFA

Do a google search for ‘Open Studios’ and you will find a comprehensive list from Bedfordshire to York; towns, cities and regions whose artists are linked together with one aim – to make art accessible to as many people as possible. 1,288 more words

ALCHEMY: Exploring the Intersections Between Food and Art, Toronto Island, Canada

Here is the work that I made during the Alchemy residency

Kale Stones, 2016
edible sculpture work
kale, chard, crab apple from the garden and agar agar jelly powder, sugar and water

detail view

Artist In Residence

The Evolution Continues...

Good Friday

Easter

Pentecost

The Blessed to Be a Blessing art installation lent itself to adaptation so easily. For the duration of Lent we removed all brightly coloured umbrellas leaving up any remaining black ones that hadn’t been painted and the one red umbrella which represented Christ. 109 more words

Art As Worship

The Evolution of Blessed to be a Blessing

There was a brilliant moment when I stumbled across a drama that used umbrellas as props. This was a fabulous way to continue to support our church theme with the umbrellas we had created with our Artist in Residence, Anita VanZeumeren. 92 more words

Art As Worship