A Time and a Place Symposium

Image Credit: Ann-Margreth Bohl

New Brewery Arts, Brewery Court, Cirencester GL7 1JH


Thursday 19 March 2015
2 - 6pm
Admission Fee: 10.00
Booking recommended

Organised by Janice Botterill, Exhibition Curator

Chaired by Grace Davies (Visual Arts South West) & Hannah Brady (Exhibition Manager, New Brewery Arts)

This event aims to provide a professional development and informal network opportunity for artists, curators and arts organisers interested in residencies, particularly in the South West and is presented alongside A time and a place an exhibition curated by Janice Botterill as the first recipient of New Brewery Arts’ OpenCurate programme.

It is hoped that the event, funded by Arts Council England, and supported by New Brewery Arts and Visual Arts South West, will provoke discussion and conversation about artists’ residencies.  We anticipate the event will also initiate and develop links between artists, curators and organisations involved in artists’ residencies.

The event will centre around a series of presentations from artists participating in the associated exhibition.  The event will be documented and compiled into a short summary/report which will be circulated and disseminated online through VASW and NBA by Janice Botterill, Exhibition Curator & Symposium Organiser. BOOK HERE

Participating Artists:

Ann-Margreth Bohl (www.annmargrethbohl)

Jill Carter (www.jillcarterart.com)

Nancy Clemance (www.nancyjclemance.co.uk)

Tara Harland Viney (www.taraharlandviney.com)

Sasha Ward (www.sashaward.co.uk)

Jullie Smith, lead artist The Semantic Archive (www.juliesmithart.org/)

Exhibition blog: www.atimeandaplace-exhibition.blogspot.com


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