Pick of the Week 2014

July's Guest Editor: Blair Todd

Every month we invite a Guest Editor to select our Pick of the Week feature. Chosen from the activities listed in our events pages they select highlights from across the region.

This July we welcome Blair Todd, Exhibitions Curator and Deputy Director at Newlyn Art Gallery & The Exchange:

Blair Todd is the Exhibitions Curator/Deputy Director at Newlyn Art Gallery & The Exchange, Cornwall. As well as delivering twelve shows per year over both venues, he also curates many of the shorter projects and events. He creates platforms in the main gallery programme for artists' development including the annual Transition project, as well as social/interactive projects, residencies, live art and performance. He has been involved in a number of artist-led groups and been guest selector for exhibitions and awards at other organisations, as well as visiting lecturer at Falmouth University. Newlyn Art Gallery, with The Exchange, its second venue in the centre of Penzance, has a long history of presenting major solo exhibitions, including John Armleder, Christine Borland, Marcus Coates, Tania Kovats, Tatsumi Orimoto and Lawrence Weiner, as well as international group exhibitions. The gallery’s Learning and Participation Programme, which is increasingly integrated with the exhibitions programme, has a national reputation for its peer led projects with young people and is currently developing a project with residents in care homes.

Image: Vestandpage, Performance Transition, The Exchange, 2011 (Steve Tanner).

What's On

Free art classes for over 50s

SPACE, 6 West Street, Old Market, Bristol, BS2 0BH

Sunday 06 December 0217 – Wednesday 28 March 2018

Radical Clay: Teaching with the greatest potters of the 1960s

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery, Queens Rd, Bristol BS8 1RL

Saturday 22 July 2017 – Sunday 10 June 2018

Empire Through the Lens

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery, Queens Rd, Bristol BS8 1RL

Saturday 30 September 2017 – Friday 31 August 2018

Visual Arts South West

Working towards a South West where talented artists thrive, and a resilient and connected visual arts ecology that inspires more engaged and diverse audiences to value and advocate for its work.

Part of the Contemporary Visual Arts Network

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