Worcestershire Arts Partnership Blog

Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Job Opportunity

3 Actors required by Jestaminute Community Theatre c.i.c
We need three actors with significant devising/improvisation experience to work with writer/director Andy Higgitt to devise/rehearse/perform a new full length play. Funded by ACE and Worcestershire County Council, the play will tour to venues across Worcestershire; and will tell the stories of fictional characters based on the accounts of people who have experienced domestic abuse.
Each actor will be required to take on 2 main roles:
Female 1 playing age late 30’s -early 40’s
a) Lisa -long suffering victim of abuse from a controlling husband
b) Ruth -professional woman, perpetrator of abuse in a same sex relationship
Female 2 playing age early –late 20’s
a) Sara perpetrator of often violent abuse against her husband
b) Selina victim of abuse in a same sex relationship
Male playing age early –late 40’s
a)Terry perpetrator of abuse against wife (Lisa); more psychological/emotional  abuse, rather than physical
b) Michael – victim of physical+ emotional abuse from wife ( Sara)
Audition in Redditch Wednesday  22nd May
Actors must be available for:
Devising:       3rd – 8th June; to include some preparatory guidance from professionals working in the field (Stonham) and  a show back of work-in- progress on 6th June to an invited audience.
Rehearsals: 19th, 20th, 21st, 24th, 25th, & 26th June          
Performances: 27th, 29th, 30th June, 4th 5th & 6th July.
Contract fee £1700
Closing date : 1 pm 11th May
Please email Andy with your CV:
Any questions please email.

Jestaminute Community Theatre c.i.c is a social enterprise whose objects are:
"to use performance and media arts to enhance the life and well-being, and to enhance social cohesion  of the residents in  the midlands"

Testing times: Fighting culture’s corner in an age of austerity

Keynote Arts Speech by Culture Secretary Maria Miller. Originally given at British Museum. This is a transcript of the speech, exactly as it was delivered

Tuesday, 23 April 2013

Artists News and Opportunities Bulletin


The work of more than 20 recent visual arts graduates from the West Midlands’ five university art schools has been selected for a multi-sited exhibition in Birmingham, designed to showcase quality, innovative work by the best new talent in the region.

A new platform to showcase work by selected art graduates from five universities across the region, New Art West Midlands (NAWM) is a partnership between TPWM and Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, The Barber Institute, Grand Union and Birmingham City University, Coventry University, Staffordshire University, University of Wolverhampton and University of Worcester. More information on NAWM can be found here:

Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery
15 February - 19 May 2013

The Barber Institute of Fine Arts, University of Birmingham
8 March - 19 May 2013

A list of upcoming talks and tours associated with New Art West Midlands at the two venues  can be seen here: http://tpwm.squarespace.com/news/2013/4/9/new-art-west-midlands-tours-and-talks.html
The New Art West Midlands catalogue is available from all exhibition venues for £10.

The catalogue features the work of all exhibiting artists and essays by NAWM selectors, Lynda Morris, Jeremy Millar and Keith Piper as well as Rachel Bradley, NAWM Project Organiser and Lisa Beauchamp, Curator for Modern and Contemporary Art at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.
Turning Point West Midlands is looking to support two separate events in the West Midlands region that further critical debate and discourse on professional artists and the visual arts. 
The ambition is for the West Midlands to shape debate, to drive forward new ideas and identify ways in which we can enhance the position of artists and the visual arts.   

The successful proposals will be chosen on the strength of how they address this.

Organisations or constituted groups can apply (they in turn can choose to bring in an independent worker).  

A sum of £2,250 is available for each event. 

The events must take place before December 2013.


Where? - School of Art lecture room, BIAD, Margaret Street, Birmingham. B3 3BX

When? - Monthly -
Wednesday 22 May - 5-6.30
Wednesday 19 June  - 5-6.30

Who for? - Artists and makers and any one involved in the visual arts.

What is it? - An opportunity to ask questions – about anything: Making applications, commissions, professional development, where to find opportunities, what is Turning Point? What are the priorities for artists in the region? ........

The sessions are informal and aim to benefit artists through shared information.

Please email Annabel Clarke Annabel.Clarke[@]bcu.ac.uk (putting TPWM Question & Answers in the subject line.) if you intend to come so we can gauge numbers. Please feel free to email your questions in advance.
We are delighted to announce the recipients of Spring 2013's round of Studio Visits.

Charlie Fellowes will visit Andrew Lacon
Deborah Smith will visit Trevor Pitt and HIVE Collective 
Jane Morrow will visit Ian Andrews and John Wragg 
Stuart Tulloch will visit Caitlin Griffiths and Jo Gane 
Mark Titchner will visit Alex Lockett 
Louise Clements will visit Elly Clarke

Another round of studio visits is scheduled for Autumn 2013. Please check the Turning Point West Midlands website for updates.

In The Window @ AirSpace Gallery
We have three 1-week slots available to show work in the gallery's window  
exhibition programme, offering a great opportunity to have your work  
seen by a wide audience.
Dates - 13-19 May, 20-26 May, 27 May-2 June. Deadline: Sunday 5 May 2013.

Nuneaton Museum and Art Gallery: Exhibition Proposals  
 The Warwickshire venue is looking for proposals for exhibitions from artists and artist groups. Exhibitions may be touring, local history, thematic (based on the museum collection), community or visual art. For full application pack, email:
jennifer.shaw@nuneatonandbedworth.gov.uk Deadline: Friday 19 May 2013
The Library of Birmingham, supported by Arts Council England and working in collaboration with local, national and international partners is creating a new hub and network for photography in the West Midlands. GRAIN will include research and development projects and a range opportunities all aimed at strengthening and sustaining photography in the region and promote the sector nationally and internationally.
See the GRAIN website for more information on their current projects. 

Culture Net
Culture Net is Arts Connect West Midlands new website. It will act as a key source of information on arts and cultural provision for children and young people in the region. Culture Net will include information on theatre, music, film, media, digital arts, dance, visual arts, museums, archives, libraries and heritage activity. It will profile organisations as well as freelancers and we would like to include details of artsmedialearning network members. This information will be promoted to schools, local authorities, cultural organisations, development agencies and others working in the sector regionally and nationally.
Craftfinder is a UK resource for those looking for the finest in contemporary craft. Makers are also welcome to register for their work to be included on the site.

a-n Interface - platform for critical writing
With What's on and Reviews unedited, a-n's platform for critical writing, Interface is a focal point around the presentation of contemporary art. Reviewer index and Venue index offer an alternate view on a-n's archive of reviews and signpost writers and venues.
Internships in the Arts
Useful guidelines from Arts Council England to help clarify the legal obligations / set out the responsibilities of arts organisations offering internships. 

Fierce FWD
Fierce FWD is a 2 year artist development programme conceived and produced by Fierce Festival. The programme is targeted at emerging artists living and working in the West Midlands (outside of full-time education). In keeping with Fierce being a live art festival this scheme is aimed at those developing projects for live performance. We will distribute 24 micro-bursaries of £250 each in the Spring and Summer. To apply please send a submission of no more than 2 sides of A4, which may include, text, diagrams, photos or video-links outlining an action, research meeting or artistic experiment you would like to make to develop a live performance or intervention. A trace of the activity of the selected proposals will be posted on this micro-site, which will also provide a space for profiling your practice as an artist more generally. Deadline: Monday 22 April 2013.
Grants are available to Arts and Heritage Organisations within Warwick District for any amount up to £2,500. Funding will be considered for: 
Original, high quality imaginative projects which take place within Warwick District
Projects that clearly demonstrate development and increased access to arts/heritage
Deadlines for 2013-14: Monday 20 May, Monday 2 September, Monday 9 December 2013.
Grant supporting new work. Priority is given to artists, small organisations and galleries who submit well argued, imaginative proposals for making or producing new work or exhibitions. Next deadline: 10 June 2013. 

Wellcome Trust Small Arts Awards  
Small Arts Awards Funding (up to and including £30,000) can support the development of new project ideas, deliver small productions or workshops, investigate and experiment with new methods of engagement through the arts, or develop new collaborative relationships between artists and scientists. Upcoming deadlines: 28 June, 1 November 2013.

Paul Hamlyn Open Grants Scheme
The Paul Hamlyn supports innovative ways for people to enjoy, experience and be involved in the arts across all art forms. It has a particular interest in young people, including initiatives involving families, careers and communities. Deadline: ongoing.

The Henry Moore Foundation
Awards grants in six categories including New Projects, Research and Fellowships for Artists every 3 months. Deadline: ongoing. Applications considered at quarterly meetings.

Nesta Digital R&D Fund for the Arts
The Digital R&D fund for the Arts is a £7 million fund to support collaboration between organisations with arts projects, technology providers, and researchers. The Digital Research & Development Fund for Arts and Culture was a pilot project between the Arts Council England, Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and Nesta to support arts and cultural organisations across England who want to work with digital technologies.  Deadline: ongoing.

Artists Access to Art Colleges
The AA2A project provides placements for visual artists and designer makers in Higher and Further Education institutions across England. In 2012/2013, AA2A schemes will run in 33 institutions, providing 132 placements nationally. In the last 13 years, over 1,300 participants have had the opportunity to undertake a period of research or realise a project, using workshops and supporting facilities in participating fine art and design departments. Deadline: ongoing.
Arts Activity Commissioning, Birmingham City Council
In 2013-14 BCC are inviting proposals for activities which contribute to the following objectives:
Providing opportunities for Birmingham residents to participate in high quality arts activities in local neighbourhoods.
Providing opportunities for improving Birmingham’s reputation as a visitor destinationand strengthening international partnerships, trade & investment.
Provide opportunities for children and young people to develop their creativity, skills, knowledge and understanding of the arts under our Creative Future framework.
Deadline: ongoing

rb&hArts plans to create a new artwork for the courtyard space at the main entrance of Royal Brompton Hospital, London. We are looking specifically for a mosaic or surface design artist. The artist will be expected to lead at least 3 open workshops. Participants will range from the local community to patients, families and staff, students of Chelsea Children’s School’s Royal Brompton base, and students from the Imperial College Medical Humanities programme. We will also work on the wards. The aim of this project is to bring colour and interest to the space and make it relevant and engaging to the communities using the hospital. Deadline: Monday 22 April 2013
We are pleased to announce an open call for designers and artists interested in being considered for a public art commission at Blackhorse Lane, East London.  Part of a wider regeneration programme, this project will result in a permanent piece of art on the gable wall of 6 Blackhorse Lane that will act as a 'public welcome' to the area.  It is envisaged that the final design will celebrate the industrial heritage of Waltham Forest and will draw attention to the rich history of making in the area. Deadline: Tuesday 23 April 2013.
Oxford and Cherwell Valley College are looking for an artist in residence to work closely with students, staff and the architects of exciting new buildings to create a work of public art for the campus and encourage the next generations of artists to create work in the public realm. Deadline: Thursday 25 April 2013.

Children's Library Commission, The Library of Birmingham, Capsule
Capsule wish to commission an artist or illustrator to develop new work for the Children's Library at The Library of Birmingham. They require a series of illustrations – of characters and their environment – that will be produced as large-scale soft toys/furniture and as vinyl illustrations on specified walls and floor. It is expected that children will be able to develop their own narratives and play with the characters in both informal and workshop contexts.
Deadline: 5pm, Monday 29 April 2013.
A £1 million initiative for new site-specific commissions across the UK.
Open proposals are encouraged from visual artists, filmmakers, writers, composers, theatre makers, choreographers and producers as well as artists working in the digital
space for ground-breaking projects that will transform the UK's cultural landscape.
Deadline: 6pm, Monday 29 April 2013.

Dorset Wildlife Trust wish to commission an artist or designer to explore new approaches to interpreting the concept of ‘Living Landscapes’ at a number of its nature reserves in West Dorset. Deadline: Tuesday 30 April 2013.


Open Monument - call for submissions
As part of the international group exhibition OPEN MONUMENT which will open on the 3 May 2013 in Kunstraum Kreuzberg Bethanien in Berlin (exhibition 3 May – 16  June) WE INVITE YOU TO CONTRIBUTE to the online platform THINKABOUTSPACE with your ideas regarding a new form of public monument. The exhibition is dedicated to a multimedial and transformative historic monument and will show new monuments in the public space of Berlin Kreuzberg and works in the gallery space. Deadline: Saturday 20 April 2013.

Revitalize! - Flaxmill Maltings Community Arts open exhibition
10 - 12 May 2013.
The title of the show is 'Revitalize!', and submissions should reflect this theme, but the subject matter is entirely up to the submitting artists. Open to anyone internationally, working in any media. Applicants can submit up to five physical pieces of work in any media and/or 15 digital images or up to a five minute film. Suggested donation of £5 per application. Deadline: Thursday 25 April 2013.
This spring Roots Gallery will be hosting an Open Exhibition to showcase the wide range of creative talent and the artistic network which Roots continues to support. Artists and craftspeople working in a variety of media are invited to submit work for this new exhibition which will run from 6 May - 31 May 2013. A curatorial connection will be drawn and a theme developed based on submissions received. Deadline: Sunday 28 April 2013.

Ceramic films needed, British Ceramics Biennial
The BCB is inviting submissions for ceramic films, of no more than 30 minutes, to be included as part of the programme to be delivered at the original Spode factory site. Deadline: Tuesday 30 April 2013.

Exhibition Opportunity for Visual Artists, Shire Hall Gallery
Submissions are invited from artists in all media who create contemporary portraits & self-portraits for an exhibition in January 2014. The exhibition will focus on demonstrating a wide range of interpretations of portraiture through materials and technique.We welcome submissions of digital media.Please send up to 6 jpeg images no larger than 1mb per image, CV and artist statement by email to: 
kim.gould@staffordshire.gov.uk . Deadline: Friday 3 May 2013.

Call For Art Submissions, Nozstock Festival
Nozstock: The Hidden Valley is inviting proposals for original artworks to be exhibited at 2013’s festival on 26th-28th July. We display interactive artworks, sculptures, craftwork, paintings and photography. Items that are most successful during selection take into account the festival environment and are generally weatherproof and made of strong durable materials, large in scale and fitting with the annual theme.This year Nozstock is becoming the 'Wildest West' and we want you to produce an iconic cactus or totem! Each piece should be a minimum of 6ft/2mt in height... Deadline: Monday 6 May 2013.

Call for artists, Portable Art Space
Portable Art Space is a non-profit art organisation and charity based in Herne Bay, Kent that will provide a platform for artists. This new platform will support artists by helping them to explore, develop and promote their own practice to a variety of diverse audiences by organising a range of events. These will include workshops, talks, collaborations, exhibitions and performances. 'Free expression' is the theme for 2013, so whether you are a visual artist, poet, sculptor, painter, musician, filmmaker, dancer, performer or writer, you are invited to submit a proposal for the exhibitions and other events.  Deadline: Sunday 26 May 2013

The Public's Summer Exhibition 2013 - Call for artists
Artists from across Sandwell are invited submit work to The Public’s annual Summer Exhibition and have a unique opportunity to display their work within the gallery for free.
This year’s exhibition will have the theme ‘People and Places’. Artists are invited to submit up to three pieces of work in a variety of mediums, including painting, drawing, photography and printmaking.  All artwork selected for the exhibition will be displayed from Wednesday 20 July to Sunday 28 September 2013 alongside work from both upcoming and internationally renowned artists.  Selected work will also be displayed in The Public's online gallery.
Deadline: Saturday 1 June 2013.
The project is aimed at generating an online visual archive of images relating to the concept of failure. These images will later go on to form a unique publication, which will then be distributed to art institutions across the UK. As it evolves the archive will become an unselected and unedited series of visual responses to the idea of FAILURE in its broadest range of senses or deviations. In essence the archive is an experiment in generating a collective visual narrative based upon a single word. The narrative will be generated by whoever feels compelled to contribute. There will be no curating, no overarching "quality control" and no selection process. Deadline: Saturday 1 June 2013.

International Conference, 8 - 9 November 2013, mac birmingham
Lessons in Geography presents a platform for interdisciplinary dialogue concerned with the metaphysical properties of geography in the broadest sense. This two -day conference seeks to explore the complex space between the physical and hypothetical realms within creative practice.  Bringing together notable and distinguished artists, writers and commentators, the conference is intended at the same time to offer a platform for less established speakers to share their understanding and approach to this subject.  The University of Derby in association with mac birmingham invites proposals for conference papers from both established and emerging contributors. For further information contact: Craig Ashley at Craig.Ashley@macarts.co.uk. Or Vered Lahav at v.lahav@derby.ac.uk
Deadline: Please send proposals of not more than 250 words and CV by 10 June 2013.
 Worcester Open 2013, Call for artists
The W0 13 Exhibition is open to all national and international artists over the age of 18.
All work must be original, and completed since 2010. Please note that if your work is selected you will need to make sure you can get it to the gallery on the specified dates. All 2D & 3D media is eligible for entry including sculpture, painting, print, installation, photography and video. See our web site for specific limitations. There is a limit of six entries per artist. The exhibition will be launched with a private view on Friday 12 July  and will be open to the public from 12 July - 27 July 2013. The exhibition will be held in the Old Library Space, Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum. Entry fee applies.
 Deadline: Tuesday 11 June 2013.
'Pop-Up Junction' Contemporary Arts Festival, Wolverhampton - Call for artists' submissions.
West Midlands based artists, or artists with a tie to the West Midlands are invited to send in photocopies of artwork (minimum A4 size - no maximum restrictions) and/or artwork on postcards to be entered into the Junction Pop-Up exhibition in Chapel Ash, Wolverhampton. Artwork submitted needs to be themed around 'Festivals'. Entries to be sent to Belinda Longsden at Wolverhampton Art Gallery clearly marked 'Pop-Up Junction Festival'. The postcards will be auctioned off / sold during the Pop-Up Junction Festival on Saturday 3 August and all money raised will go towards the cost of the festival. For further information contact Claire Starmer-Jones at claire.starmer@dudley.gov.uk or Belinda Longsden at white.tree3@yahoo.co.uk. Deadline: Friday 26 July 2013.
Art In The Gardens at Ryton Gardens
Opportunity for sculptors and artists to display their work outdoors at Warwickshire's Garden Organic’s Ryton Gardens over spring and summer. For further information contactastrachan@gardenorganic.org.uk or call 0247 621 7712.
Call for submissions: Artfetch
Representing the next generation of leading artists from around the world, Artfetch gives selected emerging artists the opportunity to showcase their work online, bringing it to a global audience. Artfetch is now accepting submissions from undergrad / post grad students, and recent art college alumni. Presenting the work of selected emerging artists for sale online, the Artfetch team of specialist cutting-edge curators will choose the most promising to be included and listed for sale on the website. Send work to info@artfetch.com with a CV including D.O.B and contact details, 1 page artist statement inc. short bio, a selection of jpeg images stating the medium, year made and dimensions (width x height). All media accepted.
Call for Artists - Exhibition Opportunity, The Bond, Birmingham
The Bond is a meeting and events centre in Digbeth, Birmingham and we are looking for artists working anywhere in the UK to display 2d work on our site . We have an exhibition space in our Bond Cafe which has a rolling exhibition programme and we are also looking for artists for possible exhibitions within the centre. No charges, artists responsible for their own marketing, insurance and preview costs. The Bond will take a 25% commission on any sales.
Send Artist’s statement, C.V. And Images of work. Please indicate size and medium and send to our artist in residence Paul Hirst at joinus@thebondco.net or post to: Paul Hirst, the Bond Company 180-182 Fazeley Street, Digbeth, Birmingham. B5 5SE. Do not send original artworks. Attachments and links to artist’s websites/blogs are accepted.

Call for...Call for... lists national and international calls for work which due not require a fee to participate. There are too many to include in our Bulletin so we would like to suggest this as a resource you may wish to subscribe to. 

Marsh Awards 2013
Nominations and submissions for the 2013 Marsh Awards are invited from artists, designers, conservators, architects and members of the public:
 1.The Marsh Award for Excellence in Public Sculpture is offered for a sculpture installed in a public place within the last 18 months.
 2.The Marsh Award for Excellence in Public Fountains is offered for a fountain commissioned within the last 5 years.
 3.The Marsh Award for Excellence in Restoration is offered for a restoration of an existing work, reflecting a core activity of the PMSA and an essential aspect of guardianship.
Each award may be won outright or shared. The awards are presented at a ceremony in London in November. They seek to acknowledge and commend excellence, to increase awareness and discussion of public sculpture and fountains and to celebrate new work that demonstrates originality, aesthetic quality and sensitivity to its site. Deadline: Tuesday 30 April 2013.
Portrait Prize Exhibition, RBSA
An exhibition open to all portrait artists and with a first prize of £1000. The exhibition will be selected by Simon Davis RBSA RP, Andrew James RP and Robin Lee-Hall RP. Entry fee applies.
Deadline: 4pm, Monday 13 May 2013.
Artists are invited to enter work in all media (except photography).There will be three cash prizes for this exhibition. The first prize is the RBSA prize of £1,000. All works exhibited will be eligible for this prize. The winner will be selected by the Selection Committee. The second prize is the Alec Morison Watercolour Prize of £500. All watercolours exhibited will be eligible for this prize. The third prize is the £250 Roslyn Zalin Memorial Prize. All works exhibited will be eligible for this prize. There will also be a runner-up prize of a £50 RBSA voucher. Deadline: 4pm, Wednesday 29 May 2013.

W-CA Contemporary Art Prize, Worcester Open 2013.
The W0 13 Exhibition is open to all national and international artists over the age of 18.
All work must be original, and completed since 2010.  All 2D & 3D media is eligible for entry including sculpture, painting, print, installation, photography and video.  There is a limit of six entries per artist. The exhibition will be launched with a private view on Friday 12 July  and will be open to the public from 12 July - 27 July 2013. The exhibition will be held in the Old Library Space, Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum. Entry fee applies. W-CA is please to offer a cash prize of £500 chosen by W-CA members from the final exhibition
Deadline: Tuesday 11 June 2013.
Derwent Art Prize 2013
The Cumberland Pencil Company is delighted to announce their inaugural Derwent Art Prize. The aim of the Prize is to reward excellence through showcasing the very best international works created in pencil. It is an open submission opportunity for British and international artists, offering prizes of up to £8,750. An exhibition of selected works will be held at theprestigious Mall Galleries in London SW1 from 16-21 September 2013. The exhibition will then tour to venues across the UK, including the Pencil Museum in Keswick, Cumbria.The Prize is open to all living British and international artists. Artists can submit up to 6 pieces of work.
Deadline: Monday 1 July 2013.
FRESH, British Ceramics Biennial
Graduates from BA and MA courses in 2012 and 2013 are invited to submit their work for selection for FRESH 2013, to be presented in the China Hall on the original Spode factory site.  A single prize of £3,000 is on offer... Deadline: Friday 5 July 2013.
National Open Art Competition
The annual open competition aims to nurture creative talent from both emerging and professional artists. Mediums including painting, drawing, photography, original prints, wall hung installations and computer generated art may be submitted for the competition. Prizes include the Towry Award for Best in Show of £10,000 and Photographic Prizes of £7,000.   The Entry fee £20. Deadline: Wednesday 31 July 2013.
We are looking for a selection of the coolest short films to screen throughout the festival (23-29 September) with the best film submitted winning a grand prize of £1000. Any film produced after 2010. 10 minutes or less. Deadline: Friday 2 August 2013.
 The Aesthetica Art Prize | Main Prize
The Aesthetica Art Prize is an opportunity to advance your profile on the international art scene. We welcome entries from all age ranges and experience levels, from upcoming talents to established practitioners. Work previously exhibited elsewhere is eligible for entry and all work submitted must be available for an exhibition in spring 2014. An artist will be shortlisted in each of the four prize categories. £1000 prize money. Deadline: Saturday 31 August 2013.

The Aesthetica Art Prize | Student Prize
The Aesthetica Art Prize is open to all full or part time students. It is an opportunity to advance your profile on the international art scene and is open to all artists worldwide. We welcome entries from all age ranges and experience levels, from upcoming talents to established practitioners. Work previously exhibited elsewhere is eligible for entry and all work submitted must be available for an exhibition in spring 2014. An artist will be shortlisted in each of the four prize categories. £500 prize money. Deadline: Saturday 31 August 2013.

If you are applying for the prizes above please let TPWM know. We would like to gauge the number of artists applying from the West Midlands region.

Residency and solo exhibition, The Lombard Method  
The summer residency runs from 25 July to 22 August 2013, and aims to provide a supportive environment in which to make new, exhibition standard work. To offer critical input during this intense period of development, Helen Legg, Director of Spike Island, Bristol will visit the selected artist in the studio during their residency. The residency is followed by a 3 week solo exhibition at The Lombard Method. There is an artist fee of £700, accommodation provided in Birmingham, and £400 available for materials and travel. Deadline: Sunday 21 April 2013.

Pixel Palace Artists in Residence 2013
Pixel Palace are inviting applications from artists working in new technologies and moving image for this year's Artists in Residence programme based at Tyneside Cinema (Newcastle upon Tyne, UK). This opportunity is open to artists based in the UK and internationally.
The Artist in Residence 2013 programme begins on Monday 26 August and will end on Friday 25 October. Artists must be based at the cinema throughout the whole residency period.
Deadline: 5pm, Friday 26 April 2013.

Creative Residencies, The Library of Birmingham/Capsule
Capsule are now welcoming applications for week-long Creative Residencies in the Library of Birmingham. As part of the Discovery Season Capsule and Library of Birmingham are inviting artists, creative practitioners and arts organisations to propose ideas for week-long residencies in the ‘Playground of Discovery’: an exciting and dynamic structure designed by Studio Myerscough to be situated in the foyer. Residencies will need to offer free drop-in activity for visitors to the Library of Birmingham around the central principle of Discovery. The structure will be able to accommodate between 10- 20 people. Deadline: 5pm, Monday 29 April 2013.
Birdland is Everywhere – Re-Imaging Landscape. 1 month Artist Residency.
What we want: An artwork for entry into the Ruskin Archive, made in response to the title: Birdland is Everywhere. Birdland is Everywhere is an artist led project exploring contemporary approaches to landscape, it will be offering a series of multi platform events including projections, seminars and exhibitions through out 2013-14. This residency is one part of this larger project. Deadline: Wednesday 1 May 2013.

Grizedale Arts is offering two awards to artists at any stage of their careers who are interested in redirecting their art making activities towards a useful outcome. The award is £1,000 and 20 days full board and lodging at Lawson Park, Grizedale's lux headquarters in the overly beautiful Lake District of England. The artist will work alongside the Grizedale Arts staff on the ongoing programme, including Youth Club, village projects, gardening and building projects. There would also be potential to work on projects outside the UK, this year in Finland, New York and the Netherlands. As part of this process the artist would develop a collaborative project that would offer a valuable resource to the programme - this is a pretty wide brief that could range from growing a good carrot to making a village bakery or coordinating a programme of events. Deadline: Friday 3 May 2013.
Kingsgate Emerging Artists Residency 
Kingsgate Workshops Trust is inviting applications for the Emerging Artists Residency 2013. The Emerging Artists Residency provides 3 recently graduated artists with subsidised studio, programme of support and exhibition opportunities. Deadline: Friday 3 May 2013.

Graduate Residency Scheme, AirSpace Gallery
AirSpace Gallery is delighted to invite graduating students from BA and MA Fine Art courses to apply for our fantastic graduate support scheme, which was introduced in 2012. We offer:A shared studio space within the AirSpace building for 6 months from July 2013 - Jan 2014., monthly support meetings, your first solo show at the end of the 6 months period within the  Gallery, access to all studio facilities and support structures for 6 months, and an option to get involved in the AirSpace gallery project. Deadline: Monday 3 June 2013.
Site Gallery is now accepting applications from visual artists for its acclaimed Platform residency programme. Artists are invited to propose an idea for which they need time, space and investment to develop to proof of concept stage. The programme is funded by The Esmee Fairbairn Foundation and worth £6,000. Deadline: 5pm, Friday 19 July 2013.

Residency Unlimited
Residency Unlimited lists too many national and international residencies to include in our Bulletin so we would like to suggest this as a resource you may wish to subscribe or follow on Facebook or Twitter. 

This fellowship provides a new and unique opportunity within the School of Art for a practicing artist and researcher to devise and develop innovative approaches to the use of materials and technologies in the production of Sculpture. The role will facilitate interactions between students, technical and academic staff and external industry partners working closely with the College research and enterprise centres. The Fellow will be a mid-career sculptor/artist whose art practice encompasses a dynamic and inventive approach to the use of materials and technologies in the production of contemporary sculpture.  Deadline: Sunday 21 April 2013.

Curatorial Fellowships, The Contemporary Art Society 
The Contemporary Art Society and the Whitechapel Gallery are currently offering three curatorial fellowships providing a unique opportunity to undertake substantial research into public collections in England:

The fellow will focus on the positioning of particular works of art and the debates and discourses that have surrounded their perceived and actual value
Display at Whitechapel Gallery, 20 March – 1 June 2014
Tour Rugby Art Gallery & Museum: June – August 2014
The fellow will focus on the role of art schools as sites of making and production (recognising their particular relationships to past industries)
Display at Whitechapel Gallery: 10 December 2013 – 9 March 2014
Tour Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art: March – June 2014

The fellow will focus on the role of individuals in creating vision for particular collections.
Display at Whitechapel Gallery 12 June – 6 September 2014.
Tour Towner (Eastbourne): September – December 2014

Bursary: £10,000

Timeframe: Fellows to research with collections - June to September 2013
In addition to the research period the fellows will be involved in the installation at Whitechapel Gallery and will contribute to the public programme at the Contemporary Art Society and Whitechapel Gallery during the display. An additional fee is available for their involvement in the tour. Deadline: Friday 3 May 2013.


Beerhouse Student Film Post-Production, City of Stoke on Trent
We are looking for an enthusiastic individual to manage a small team coordinating our high profile Artistic Assessment programme in our Birmingham office. You will be highly motivated and good at managing people and relationships, including working with our assessors across all artforms and our funded arts and cultural organisations. You will have experience of a public facing role, as well as project and budget management. You will be responsible for maintaining an overview of the programme, reporting and data analysis. 
Deadline: Tuesday 23 April 2013.
We are looking for two team members to help manage our high profile Artistic Assessment programme in our Birmingham office. Your role will be to work with our team of experienced assessors and funded arts and cultural organisations to co-ordinate a programme of assessments. You will have experience of working with the public and administrative processes. You will have good attention detail and be committed to working in a team. Deadline: Tuesday 23 April 2013
In 2012 Frieze doubled its size with the addition of two art fairs, Frieze New York and Frieze Masters. We are now looking to consolidate this position and ensure the company is running smoothly and efficiently, and are now seeking a Head of Operations to help with this consolidation. The successful candidate will have worked in positions at senior stakeholder level and have experience managing budgets in excess of £500K, as well as extensive line management experience. Deadline: Tuesday 23 April 2013

Evaluation of Enson Works Heritage Project, City of Stoke on Trent
This project is to evaluate ten inter-connected community learning and participation projects funded by the Heritage Lottery. As part of their delivery, each organisation will collect quantitative data, such as number of participants and postcodes, and some qualitative data such as case study interviews and participatory (flip-chart) evaluation. The scope of this contract is to both work with these partner organisations to draw together existing evaluation materials and to conduct an independent evaluation, before drawing all the findings into a comprehensive, high-quality final report. The project will be delivered June-November 2013. For more details and a quotation form please email elise.turner@stoke.gov.uk  Deadline for quotations: 12 noon, Wednesday 24 April 2013.

The post of Gallery Administrator will provide a broad overview of working within a contemporary gallery offering varying tasks and opportunities to work alongside the wider team to ensure the effective operation and administration of The National Centre for Craft & Design. Deadline: Wednesday 24 April 2013.
We are looking for a experienced Senior Officer, Advocacy and Communications to lead on our communications work in the Midlands area. Reporting to the relevant Area Director, your main responsibilities will include providing advice and support to Directors and other members of the senior management team on advocacy and communications matters, overseeing all communications activity undertaken locally and ensuring it is consistent both with the overall national communications strategy and aligned with local priorities and goals. Deadline: Thursday 25 April 2013.



Festival dates: 24-27 May 2013
Birmingham Architecture Festival are looking for volunteers to help distribute programmes, collect tickets and help manage events.

The House of Fairy Tales, Croft Castle, Herefordshire
Be part of a ground-breaking sequel to The Great Artchaeological dig, which debuted in Whitechapel Gallery, London. Established by the artists Deborah Curtis and Gavin Turk the House of Fairy tales is a child-centred, artist-led project which draws on an extensive team of artist, performers, writers, educationalists, designers, musicians, film makers, dreamers and philosophers to create magical, parallel worlds where learning is play and play is directed learning. Event: 9am-6pm, Monday 6 May 2013. For more details please contact Helen Chapman: helen@houseoffairytales.org 
Since its inception as Queerfest in 1997 through to the Fierce Festival we have today, Fierce as an organisation has worked with hundreds of artists on an abundance of projects and events and is now seeking to catalogue and archive all this activity. This archive will be publicly available and will serve as a point of dialogue for new future works to be generated, as well as preserving the past for posterity. Fierce needs volunteers at all stages of the archive building. 
Participant will receive concession tickets to Fierce events and parties.

Volunteers, British Ceramics Biennial
28 September - 10 November 2013. Some roles starting July.
Exhibition Assistant, Marketing & Press Assistants, Front of House Assistants, Invigilators and Workshop Assistants needed. Ideally you will be available to cover a number of sessions per week, particularly during the festival (each session is 4 hours).  Training and induction will be provided.  Reasonable travel expenses will be covered.
The Birmingham-based organisation is looking for volunteers to support a spring and summer programme which includes exhibitions and workshops. In exchange for support Friction can provide mentoring, advice, equipment and space hire, project support, and more. Email info@frictionarts.com or call 0121 772 6160.


1.10pm, Wednesday 24 April 2013. The Barber Institure of Fine Arts - Free
Led by Lisa Beauchamp, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, BMAG

Testing your Creative Business Idea  
Wednesday 24 April 2013, Leamington Art Gallery & Museum. Free
One-day workshop for anyone looking to start or develop a creative business in the West Midlands. The day will focus on tackling the key issues facing start-up creative businesses, enabling participants to examine and test whether they can turn their creative idea into a business reality. 

Start Up Your Creative Business  
25-26 April 2013. Birmingham Hippodrome. Free
Two-day workshop for any graduate starting a creative business in the West Midlands. Discussing the essentials around your values, marketing, branding, financial management, intellectual property, your legal structure (eg self-employed, Limited Company) and your networks. 
1pm, Friday 26 April 2013, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery - Free
Artists featured in New Art West Midlands will give a unique viewing of the exhibition and discuss their artworks in detail.

Equality Training, DASH
10am-4.30pm, Friday 26 April, Shawbury Village Hall, Church Street, SY4 4NH
DASH is running a FREE Disability Art and Equality workshop to give Shropshire visual artists a grounding in Disability Art and Equality.  The workshop should help artists to gain further paid employment through DASH, and could help secure paid work with arts and cultural organisations, schools, community groups, and many other organisations.
Aims of the training:
•       To give artists the experience of working with a Disabled Artist.
•       To give artists an understanding of what the 2010 Equality Act means.
•       To give artists skills that will enable them to take on more work.

AWE: Art. Work. Ethic  
5-8pm, 26 April 2013, The Workspace, All Saints Road, Wolverhampton
Liberated Fishes art collective exhibition combined with business networking event. 
11.30am-1pm, Saturday 27 April, Minerva Works, Fazeley Street, Birmingham
Fierce has recently launched a new artist development scheme: Fierce FWD (www.fiercefwd.org). One strand of the scheme is a series of  ‘Get-to-know-you-events’.  We're opening our contact book and inviting some of the most interesting programmers from across the UK to Birmingham.   We'll have 10 representatives from venues, festivals and artist-led spaces coming to introduce their work, meet artists from the region and share relevant opportunities. This is a valuable chance to meet producers and programmers supporting emerging artists across the UK.  We hope the event will demystify the programming process and debunk the  perceived ‘scariness’ of programmers...
Pathways to Making: Developing your craft career in an expanded field
Friday 3 May, University of Wolverhampton. £15
A one day symposium to debate craft as an expanded field. How are makers diversifying their practice? What potential avenues are there for the application of creative thinking and skills? The event will develop the themes and pathways explored within the touring exhibition Made in the Middle. Speakers and booking details will be announced on the Made in the Middle blog
www.madeinthemiddle.org. To register interest please go to: wlv.ac.uk/made-in-the-middle-symposium The deadline for booking a place is Friday 19 April. The seminar is a partnership between Craftspace, the University of Wolverhampton and Bilston Craft Gallery.
1.15pm, Tuesday 7 May 2013. The Barber Institute of Fine Arts. Free
Exhibiting artists will give a tour of the current show.

7pm, Tuesday 7 May 2013, mac birmingham
mac birmingham warmly invites you to an exhibition reception and talk with leading Kentridge expert Kate McCrickard. With an insight into the artist’s print works and its relationship to his broader practice, this talk will be followed by a screening of a selection of Kentridge’s film works, including History of the Main Complaint (1996) Free event, booking essential.
1pm, Wednesday 8 May 2013, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery - Free
Join the exhibition curator for an insight into the exhibition and the New Art West Midlands project.

Findings Birmingham: Tom Hunter Talk
6-8pm, Thursday 9 May 2013
Birmingham Institute of Art & Design, Margaret Street, Birmingham
Tom Hunter will be presenting a talk to speak about the new commission in the context of his practice and acclaimed career to date. In his talk Tom Hunter will talk about his interest in exploring ways of life and cultures in his photographs featuring public spaces and stages. In Tom’s work cultures, architectures, people and histories are revealed in a captivating, sensitive and exquisite way. Every building or public space has many tales to tell. Birmingham is a place where he has explored new ground and built upon his much acclaimed and celebrated work.
10am-1pm, University of Birmingham
The Digital R&D Fund for the Arts is a £7 million fund to support collaboration between organisations with arts projects, technology providers, and researchers. The fund will support projects that use digital technology to enhance audience reach and/or develop new business models for the arts sector. With a dedicated researcher or research team as part of the three-way collaboration, learning from the project can be captured and disseminated to the wider arts sector. NESTA will be discussing the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts, how to apply to the Fund and an opportunity to ask questions on the Fund.
ARC SYMPOSIUM: The Artist Behind the City
16 & 17 May, Coventry Artspace
The artist behind the city references those essential contemporary art practices that prioritise making a difference to people that live, work and visit a place. It also refers to artists that form the backbone of a city by informing cultural, artistic and city agendas, whilst alluding to the spaces and places occupied by artists in the city; often located in areas that would not be promoted as a city destination.
6-8pm, Wednesday 22 May 2013, BIAD, Margaret Street, Birmingham
Collishaw studied at Goldsmiths College of Art and took part in the FREEZE exhibition curated by Damien Hirst at Surrey Docks in London in 1988 exhibiting the now celebrated Bullet Hole.  He became known for brutal, confrontational and challenging work. In the mid-90s he began manipulating photographs of lilies and amaryllis, transforming these blooms into flowers riddled with disease.  The effect was both alluring and repulsive. Photographs from Mat Collishaw’s Insecticides series feature in The Nature of the Beast at The New Art Gallery Walsall from 26 April  – 30 June 2013.
Masterclass with Mishka Henner: Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Image Hacking But Were Too Afraid To Ask
Mishka Henner, shortlisted for this year's prestigious Deutsche Börse Photography Prize, will be giving a two-day masterclass in Birmingham from 3 - 4 June 2013.
10.30am-5pm, Monday 3 & Tuesday 4 June 2013, School of Visual Communication, Birmingham City University, Gosta Green. B4 7DX. £70 / £60 concessions
Known for his provocative works that re-purpose material found through the Internet, satellite imagery and the history of photography, Mishka will explore different approaches to image hacking, introduce ways of working with online datasets and mapping tools, and discuss the contemporary uses of satellite imagery and drones.

Critical Spaces events: Birmingham
Event date / location  tbc.
Critical Spaces are events are for socially-engaged artists who want to be part of a hyper-local critical support network. The events will be collaboratively developed in response to the interests/concerns of the local artists. Artists will come together to engage in dialogue around their work, in a playful and critical way; to improve and strengthen their practice; and form a collective voice. (The meetings are intentionally lo-fi, to eliminate the need for specialist equipment or facilities, and empower a DIY approach to generating critical discourse and support. As such, there are no costs associated with participation.) If you describe your art practice as socially-engaged, site-specific, situationist, public, community or outreach then sign up.

Drawing in Stitch
11am–5pm, Saturday 20 April 2013 - £45 /£35
Ikon Gallery, Birmingham
A one day masterclass with renowned textiles artist Alice Kettle. Participants explore experimental techniques and approaches, inspired by the work of artist Timur Novikov. All materials are provided.

Life Drawing
5.30-8.30pm Wednesdays, starting from 15 May (for 10 weeks) £190
University of Wolverhampton, School of Art and Design, Wolverhampton WV1 1DT
The course can enrich absolute beginners first venturing into the world of life drawing or confirm and progress the skills of a seasoned practitioner. The short course offers an excellent opportunity to develop a range of skills and work towards a larger project enhancing any portfolio. We will focus on improving figure drawing using nude models and other life drawing exercises.

Jewellery Design
5.30-8.30pm Wednesdays, starting 15 May 2013 (for 10 weeks) £330
University of Wolverhampton, School of Art and Design, Wolverhampton WV1 1DT
If you have already completed a beginner's jewellery course and gained a range of basic techniques, then this course will enable you to gain confidence and become more proficient at using your skills, providing the next step towards turning your ideas into reality.

Creative screen print for textiles
5.30-8.30pm, Wednesdays, starting 15 May 2013 (for 10 weeks) £240
University of Wolverhampton, School of Art and Design, Wolverhampton WV1 1DT
The course will focus on screen print for textiles and will include inductions in pigment printing, discharge, devore, printing with puff binder, and using flock, foil and pearlescent techniques.

Photo Clinic, The Darkroom, Balsall Heath
Darkroom Birmingham offers analogue black and white photographic facilities and training for individual and community use. Our courses will begin with basic developing and printing and will develop in response to community demands to offer support on other technical and human aspects of photography, including portraiture, mounting and framing, editing and presentation, medium and large format photography, alternative processes, advanced printing and more. As well as processing and printing courses there will be drop-in photo clinics every other Wednesday night from 5-8pm….

Creative Shift Training Programme
Creative Shift is a boutique training, consultancy and coaching business, using artists and their work to inform and inspire profound and profitable business and personal change. They are offering a number of half-day and full-day courses in networking, delivering presentations, starting your creative business, tendering processes and negotiating contracts. Courses are priced from £45-£180, and will run from 26 September until June 2013.  All fees include course materials and information packs for you to take away. All courses will take place in Birmingham City Centre, at Birmingham Hippodrome Half day courses include refreshments, full day courses include lunch. Discounts are available on booking multiple courses…


National Federation of Artists' Studio Providers
Artists' Professional Development Network
Emerge: the creative industries e-zine
Red Teapot
ArtsAdmin Opportunities 
Creative Stoke
Crafts Council
Arts Council England
Art & Heritage Quarterly
Tank TV
Art Selector
Culture Mondo
Shropshire Visual Arts
Frame and Reference
Art Societies WM
a-n Interface

We Are Eastside
Created in Birmingham
More Canals Than Venice
Culture Vulture WM
Creative Future
Fierce Festival
Flatpack Festival
Area Culture Guide
AIR Artists Daily
Interrupted Thoughts
Curator Charlie
José Forrest-Tennant 

7-9pm, The Vaults, Newhall Hill, Birmingham

B.A.B. (Brilliant Art From Birmingham)
12-5pm, Stryx, Birmingham
Speaking in Tongues: A solo exhibition by Sarah R Key
6pm, AirSpace Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent

B.A.B. (Brilliant Art From Birmingham)
12-5pm, Stryx, Birmingham
B.A.B. (Brilliant Art From Birmingham)
12-5pm, Stryx, Birmingham
2pm, New Art Gallery Walsall

Fools Ball
7pm-2am, The Grove, 8, Avenue Road, Malvern. WR14 3AG

B.A.B. (Brilliant Art From Birmingham)
12-5pm, Stryx, Birmingham

Until it Breaks
5.30-7.30pm, ARTicle, Birmingham
1.10pm, The Barber Institure of Fine Arts, Birmingham

The Nature of the Beast
6-8pm, New Art Gallery Walsall

We're Everything to Each Other
6-8pm, Lanchester Gallery Projects, Coventry

6-9pm, The Works Gallery, Birmingham

6-9pm, Lewis Gallery, Rugby
Curating Curiosity
7-9pm, Ragley Hall, Warwickshire
1pm, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery 

6-9pm, Stryx, Minerva Works, Fazeley Street, Birmingham, B5 5RS

AWE: Art. Work. Ethic 5-8pm, The Workspace, Wolverhampton
Fierce FWD 'Get-to-know-you' event Artists meet UK programmers
11.30am-1pm, Minerva Works, Birmingham

The Fancy
12-8pm, Project Pigeon, Birmingham

Fierce Festival Start Party
1-5pm, Minerva Works, Birmingham
a performance & exhibition by Andy Hopkins
7-10pm, Althorpe Studios & Gallery, Leamington Spa.
11am-4pm, Stryx, Minerva Works, Fazeley Street, Birmingham, B5 5RS

11am-4pm, Stryx, Minerva Works, Fazeley Street, Birmingham, B5 5RS


Katie Paterson: In Another Time | Artists' Plans For Sustainability
7-9pm, Mead Gallery, Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry

Woman to Woman
6.30-8.30pm, Apple Store, Hereford

Lecture: The Evil Painter
6.30pm, Lanchester Gallery Projects, Coventry

Printmaking Talk & Demonstration
10-11am, mac birmingham

The Bird Yarden
11am-7pm, AirSpace Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent
All Day Life Drawing Special
10-30am-5pm, Stryx, Minerva Works, Birmingham.

New Art West Midlands: From the Artist's Perspective
1.15pm, The Barber Institute of Fine Arts, Birmingham

Talk: Kentridge as Printmaker
7pm, mac birmingham

1pm, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery 

New Art West Midlands
15 February - 19 May 2013
Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery

Metropolis: Reflections on the Modern City
23 March - 23 June 2013
Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery

New Art West Midlands
8 March - 19 May
The Barber Institute of Fine Arts

Puppet Show | While It Lasts | Flatfile: Continuations
23 March - 18 May 2013
Eastside Projects

Another Television Ident
April - September 2013
Edible Eastside

28 March - 4 May 2013
Grand Union

Timur Novikov | John Flaxman | Nástio Mosquito
13 February - 21 April 2013
Ikon Gallery

A Universal Archive: William Kentridge as Printmaker
16 March - 2 June 2013
mac birmingham

Paul Crook: Triangle House
23 March - 12 May 2013
mac birmingham

Down our Street
21 January - 26 April 2013

In the Bleak
16 Feburary - 5 May 2013
Terrace Gallery, Great Western Arcade

Findings: Tom Hunter
25 April - 19 July 2013
Colmore Business District / St Paul's Square

Of All The People In All The World
12 April - 21 April 2013
Two Snow Hill
Love Me - Zed Nelson
15 February - 18 June 2013
Light House

The Perfection Aspiration
15 February - 18 June 2013
Light House

The Nature of the Beast
26 April - 30 June 2013
The New Art Gallery Walsall

ARTIST ROOMS: Damien Hirst
6 October 2012 - 27 October 2013
The New Art Gallery Walsall

Let Go of certainty - Walsall College Student Project
25 January - 28 April 2013
The New Art Gallery Walsall

Artists' Studio: Dean Kelland
14 January - 20 April 2013
The New Art Gallery Walsall

Black Country Legends
13 February -6 May 2013
The Public, West Bromwich

Ray's a Laugh by Richard Billingham
13 February - 6 May 2013
The Public, West Bromwich

A most peculiar place
13 February - 6 May 2013
The Public, West Bromwich

Pop Highlights
17 November 2012 - 15 May 2013
Wolverhampton Art Gallery

David Hancock - Cosplay
2 February - 1 June 2013
Wolverhampton Art Gallery

Northern Ireland
15 December 2012 - 6 April 2013
Wolverhampton Art Gallery
Caught in the Crossfire
25 January - 7 July 2013
The Herbert

30 March - 9 June 2013
The Herbert

Nostalgia for the Future (Past)
18 March - 26 April 2013
Roots Gallery
Time Will Tell
April 2012 - October 2013
Croft Castle (National Trust), Herefordshire

The Chase and the Ambush
9 March - 24 April 2013
Hereford Museum & Gallery
Adrian Henri Prize for Poetry in Art 
6-20 April 2013
Twenty Twenty, Much Wenlock
Speaking in Tongues 
19 April - 11 May 2013
AirSpace, Stoke on Trent

Traditional Twisted
2 March - 25 May 2013
Unit 12, Tixall, Stafford
Outside In: Central
23 March - 15 December 2013
Compton Verney

Landscape to Sculpture: John Bridgeman (1916-2004) and Design for Pleasure
25 January – 21 April 2013
Leamington Museum & Art Gallery
Adam Daffurn
27 March - 27 April 2013
Cafe Bliss Gallery, Worcester

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