Artist Talks – Martina Mullaney

Sugartits is both the title of an artwork and an artists talk, that comes out of research on maternity and contemporary art.  Considering the social, psychic and symbolic order of the mother, Sugartits challenges established forms of art on maternity. The work moves beyond body-centric essentially determinate art where maternal experience is explicit in the work. Adopting activist, social,Continue reading “Artist Talks – Martina Mullaney”

Lecturer Liam Ainscough in exhibition at Oxford University 2019

Room 103: a visual tribute to George Orwell was selected to exhibit the influence the writer has on contemporary visual art at NINETEEN EIGHTY FOUR NOW 10-17 Oct. 2019 at Oxford University Organised by Dr. Lisa Mullen and Dr. David Dwan Oct. 10th: Carole Cadwalladr and Fintan O’Toole in fine, provocative form at this evening’s talk ORWELLContinue reading “Lecturer Liam Ainscough in exhibition at Oxford University 2019”

Fine Art Graduates show in neo:artprize 2019

neo: are really excited about the relaunch of the neo:artprize in 2019, in partnership with Bolton Council. With over 50 artworks from 39 contemporary artists working across the world and using a whole range of media, the quality of the diverse and vibrant entries for the prize really impressed the distinguished judges, who were:Jordan Baseman: Reader inContinue reading “Fine Art Graduates show in neo:artprize 2019”

Lecturer Rebecca Sitar in exhibition at The Freelands Foundation, London 2019

Rebecca Sitar, lecturer in Fine Art was invited to participate in the fifth cycle of Fully Awake 5.6 at The Freelands Foundation, London in September. The group painting exhibition was co-curated by Ian Hartshorne and Sean Kaye exhibition. Fully Awake 5.6 was part of a cycle of exhibitions involving academics, artists and art educators inContinue reading “Lecturer Rebecca Sitar in exhibition at The Freelands Foundation, London 2019”

University of Bolton art students chosen for Venice Fellowships 2019

Second year BA Fine Art students, Natasha Mitchell and Abbie Detheridge will spend a month in Italy as part of the Venice Biennale Student Fellowships for 2019, during one of the world’s most important art and architecture Biennale exhibitions. The opportunity to conduct independent research in and around Venice has been sponsored by Bolton SchoolContinue reading “University of Bolton art students chosen for Venice Fellowships 2019”