9 December 2021
Unlock childhood memories with 'Hidden Sounds of Coastal Arcades'.
Frazer Merrick explores the joy and wonder of Walton Pier located in North Essex, from the crashing sounds of the penny dispensers to the distinct sounds of modern arcade machines.
6 October 2021
With Whom on Zoom: Episode 7: Raquel Meseguer Zafe
Join us for another episode of With Whom on Zoom in which we are joined by artist Raquel Meseguer Zafe, discussing her Coventry exhibition, A Crash Course in Cloudspotting
22 June 2021
Gold arts award embroidery
I have made two pieces of embroidery for the gold arts award. For this award feedback is required, so any would be appreciated. Thank you
14 June 2021
How climate change is reflected in contemporary art
We know art has the power and the mission to convey a message in a way that moves people. How are contemporary artists talking about climate change through their pieces?
30 April 2021
My artwork/ Paintings!
This is some of my artwork i want to share;
30 April 2021
My Artivism paintings.
Artivism is like activism through art and because i have been doing a class about artivism it inspired me to do a few paintings;
30 July 2020
St Helens World Of Glass
Visit to the St Helens World of Glass Museum
Written by Danni Skelding
8 July 2020
Do Arts Subjects in Schools Matter?
For a long time we have been fed the narrative that arts subjects don't belong in schools. So I decided to dig a little bit deeper. Why do people feel this way about these subjects? And is there any substantial evidence to support their views?
30 September 2019
The Red Turtle a Feature Film Review
A review of the entrancing feature film The Red Turtle primarily produced by Studio Ghibli and Wild Bunch animation studios. With current events in climate change I believe The Red Turtle could not have been more timely.
30 September 2019
War Horse The National Theatre Play Review 2019
In this War Horse play review I explore the National Theatre Company's masterful use of animation, storytelling, puppetry, music and scenic arts.
24 September 2019
Cast of Thousands at The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery
Ceramic figurines have been a popular feature in the ceramics industry. Students learn about the history of these objects, the heroes and villains that inspired them and are encouraged to create their own stories of interpretation.
11 August 2019
Pinhole Camera Workshop
I taught people how to create a pinhole camera for my leadership project.
26 January 2019 – 31 December 2019
NEW! Dorset Printmaker registered as an Arts Award Supporter.
If you are working towards your Gold Award and looking to collaborate with an arts practitioner to learn new skills and develop new work, why not consider joining Genevieve Lavers in her picturesque Dorset studio for a bespoke printmaking workshop?
10 February 2019
Chinese New Year - Clay Pig tile activity
Welcome in the Chinese New Year of the Pig at the museum with traditional music and dance including Dragon, Lion and Unicorn dance performances.
3 January 2019 – 7 January 2019
UKYA City Takeover: Volunteers needed!
We are looking for volunteers to support UK Young Artists in delivering one of the most extensive survey shows of young creativity in the world, happening in Nottingham, 7 - 13 February 2019. Register at ukyoungartists.co.uk/volunteering
Deadline to apply: Monday 7 January 2019
11 December 2018
A review for Tate Modern
27 November 2018
Kiki with Drag Queens : Rascals review
Review of Rascals' show from Nov. 16th. Description of three acts. London.
1 August 2018 – 5 October 2018
22nd Japan Media Arts Festival - Call for Entries
The Japan Media Arts Festival Executive Committee is now accepting entries for the 22nd Japan Media Arts Festival.