PROJECTS & EVENTS                     
YoRKSHIRE SCULPTURE PARK, 2019


Planning the EVENT 

The Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Date held Wednesday, June 12th  

Meetings and event planning have been happening over the last month and negotiating times, workshop, filming and assessment for the trip have been ongoing towards the deadline middle of June.

Use this link to see the splendid trees ...

Yorkshire Sculpture Park Natural Space

Developing Ideas about global issues and where to situate the curatorial idea.....


Underground Gallery at YSP. Guiseppe Penone


Guiseppe Penone inspiring ideas about the materials and narrative in his exhibition trees and beauty aswell as strength is evident in this exhibition.

'trace his evolving and thoughtful consideration of humanity’s intimate relationship with the natural world. '   Giuseppe Penone  -YSP

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The link below expresses Penone ideas

https://ysp.org.uk/_assets/media/editor/Exhibitions/Giuseppe_Penone/ysp-guiseppe-penone-talking-together.pdf

NATIONAL ART EDUCATION ARCHIVE


We connected with the archives at YSP visits to the  NAEA during the MOl event and before as part of the research with the assitance of Anna Bowman


     Research at National Education Art Archive - Don Pavey, Map that Came to Life, Art-Based Games

This is part of the context for the Intervention to be June at Yorkshire Sculpture Park

'The Map that Came to Life' Illustrated narrative text about the countryside and listening and seeing what is around you.




RESEARCH Visits to Forums and Talks


Symposiums & Exhibitions

www.indexfestivals.org/listings


GAP - Series of Talks held at Chrysalis Arts


Karen Guthrie  Grizedale Arts

Ruth Leven  Art Catalyst

Current co-curated projects

Helen Sear in discussion at Impressions Gallery

Bradford

http://www.impressions-gallery.com/exhibitions/exhibition.php?id=88


Modern Nature at the Hepworth Gallery Wakefield


A panel discussion about the new development around the Hepworth.


Crafting Change - Chrysalis Arts 

Panel discussion about sustainability,

ethical sourced materials and business issues


Future Now Aesthetica 2019 Art Prize

Workshops and panel discussions 

 Future Now Symposium 2019\The Future Now Symposium is an exploration of 21st century culture through the mechanism of art. 
7-8 March 2019

Debate. Discuss. Connect. 

#FutureNow2019 

We are currently living in a time of globalisation, expansion and media saturation. There have been considerable shifts in civilisation in the Information Age – we now communicate with each other instantly, yet with an alarming level of disconnect. 


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Panel Discussion: Charlotte Ginsborg; Kit Monkman; Ludivine Large-Bessette & Rhea Storr. Film is rich in narrative. It can cover both personal and universal stories in a matter of seconds and span far-ranging landscapes. Artists have been using film for decades, but in recent years it has gained in popularity both for artistic output and for audience engagement. Artists are using it as a tool to create alternative futures, depicting wider social concerns that reflect present-day issues.
Image: Ludivine Large-Bessette, Drop Out Bodies, 2017. 




Sustainable Design: 


Why Materials Matter
 



Visitors have the chance to explore the 2019 Aesthetica Art Prize ahead of the crowds at the Private View. Following an informative day of talks and panel discussions, join delegates, guests from the art world and the Aesthetica team for a special evening of networking and attending the awards ceremony – all within the heart of the
 York Art Gallery. 






Rethinking Sculpture:  TALK 
Connecting With Objects
 

Jane Bhoyroo, Producer, Yorkshire Sculpture International. In 2019, the Yorkshire Sculpture International launches with Phyllida Barlow as the “provocateur.” Exploring the notion that “sculpture is the most anthropological of the art forms,” the event responds to the idea that there is a basic human impulse to connect with objects. 

The Future 
of Sound Art
 


Nick Ryan, Artist. Emmy and BAFTA-nominated Nick Ryan is a multi-award-winning composer, sound designer, artist and audio specialist, widely recognised as a leading thinker on the future of sound, having worked with the likes of Sony, BBC, Tate, MTV and more. His extensive and diverse practice involves working with film, motion graphics, animation, interactive media and instrument making. Ryan will speak about what can be achieved through technology. 


NATIONAL ART EDUCATION ARCHIVE


  Yorkshire Sculpture Park Archives at NAEA.

     Research at National Education Art Archive - Don Pavey, Map that Came to Life, Art-Based Games

This is part of the context for the Intervention to be June at Yorkshire Sculpture Park

The Map that Came to Life Illustrated narrative text about the countryside and listening and seeing what is around you.





Round TABLE EVENT 

at Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery organised as part of the research for the practical module

Round Table discussion at Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery, Leeds University.

We met in the gallery space to talk about the duration of the exhibition and the context of the artworks and Dr Dawn Woolleys' processes and personal research and concepts that she is working on in her research.

https://www.instagram.com/dawncwoolley/


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