Exhibitions we feel you should see:
Rashid Johnson: ‘Shelter’ South London Gallery, Free, running until 25th November.
‘For his first solo exhibition in London, New York-based artist Rashid Johnson presents an entirely new body of work in the South London Gallery’s main space. Inspired by the idea of an imagined society in which psychotherapy is a freely available drop-in service, Johnson’s installation of large-scale paintings, hanging plants, Persian rugs and four wooden day beds questions established definitions of the art object and its limitations, as well as the relationship between individual and shared cultural experience.’
Vanley Burke, Bob Shipman & Bob Treadwell: ‘Reflections on ‘The Gambia” Mon 12 – 30th November, Park View Gallery, 70 Vicarage Rd, Kings Heath (no website yet).
Social Fabric: Sally Harper works with local Kings Heath residents over 8 weeks, to represent the local community in textiles.
Hello Culture 2012: Transforming Culture Through Digital, Thursday 22nd – Friday 23rd November, Gibb Street
‘Join some of the country’s leading cultural and digital minds as they explore digital transformation as a way for organisations to produce, interact, create, curate and engage with cultural experiences.’
Loads of opportunities via Turning Point WM:
Art Book and Zine Fair, 12:00pm – 4:00pm, Saturday 24 November, The New Art Gallery Walsall featuring artists Lucy McLaughlin, Adam Gale and Emma Richardson.
Mercurial Dance is looking for a digital artist closing date Friday 30th November:
‘Mercurial Dance is seeking expressions of interest from experienced Digital Artists: Coders, Geeks or Technical Wizards for a number of forthcoming digital dance projects in 2013. We are looking to expand our pool of freelancers who we collaborate with in our interactive digital dance projects over the next year which will include making work for a variety of places and platforms.’
Central Youth Theatre requires a visual artist:
‘We are seeking an artist who can work with us during 2013 to help us create a hall of fame. We wish to make handcastings of former members and mount these on a wall in our premises in Wolverhampton. We need an artist who can initially advise us on the best way to approach this project – how we can realise it practically, and who then has the availability at various points through 2013 to do hand casting sessions.
In the first instance we are seeking expressions of interest from West Midlands based artists.
Please email a CV and supporting letter to email@example.com ‘
Alkhami Arts are seeking sessional freelance artists, crafters, Dancers and Drama Instructors to join our team of facilitators that deliver creative arts workshops across the city to a variety of groups.
If you have a current CRB & Experience of delivering workshops to small groups, please contact us for more information on 01213561944 or 07505111554 & firstname.lastname@example.org
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