New writing commissioned for exhibition on Power and visual art, National Justice Museum, Nottingham 2021.
The Autumn/Winter 2012 visual arts season at the Royal Derby Hospital is being guest-curated with Antoinette Burchill on the theme Using Light. There will be approximately 12 artists selected for exhibition spaces across the Royal Derby Hospital. Artists are welcome to broadly interpret the theme. This could be though a range of medium including (but not exclusively)Continue reading “Call out for artists – exhibition opportunity, Royal Derby Hospital (deadline: 7-5-2012)”
This work is being exhibited at Deda on Chapel Street, Derby until 29 October – the first leg of the Games People Play tour. As further dates and venues are confirmed, I’ll let you know. Ms Mischief. x
The Joker A modern deck of cards contains 52 playing cards and 2 Jokers. The Jokers are picture cards that refuse allegiance to a specific team or suit. They are the wild cards – the unpredictable, mischievous tricksters of the pack. The Jokers can work for – or against – you to win or loseContinue reading “A pair of Jokers. Card Deal exhibition.”
My lovely friend Aimeeface found this brilliant ink stamp in New York. She knew I had a body of work about Fool pending and this would wend its way into that work. The first chapter is Card Deal, an exhibition/project led by Artcore.
Yesterday’s post about The Joker was part of an exhibition proposal I submitted. The more I worked through the ideas, the more they tallied with the notion of the Fool – a character I’ve been thinking about for years, and someone who pops in almost every MisAchievement project. The grand news is that I’ve beenContinue reading “A small confession”
air: arts to aid wellbeing “air is the arts program for Derby Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Our vision is to create a unique patient and family friendly environment at Derby Hospitals. Aiming to support the healing process with high quality art. Helping to create a place in which patients, visitors and staff can engage positively.”Continue reading “Advocacy, not Mischief”