Axel Scheffler @ the Hive Worcester

An open day at university leads to an awesome moment in my life. A tutor from Worcester University had chatted with me and we had laughed at my eagerness but lack of portfolio. He later called me to see if I wanted to join the class in meeting Axel Scheffler at the Hive later onContinue reading “Axel Scheffler @ the Hive Worcester”

Visiting BCU; Park Side Campus.

The new Park Side Campus next to millennium point was a fantastic building. It’s only a year old so it’s still all white and shiny. We had an awesome tour around and got a look at all the nice new technology that was on offer to visual communication and Arts students. So what did weContinue reading “Visiting BCU; Park Side Campus.”

BHGallery Exhibition for World Mental health

As a group of local artist who have all been affected by the problems of Mental Illness we decided that would exhibit some Art, Poems and Music this World Mental Health Day. We all connected though the Time to Change campaign and would just like to raise awareness of Mental Illness and hopefully reach outContinue reading “BHGallery Exhibition for World Mental health”

Teresa Albor

24 sculptures in 24 hours As part of the Longbridge Lighting Festival artist Teresa Albor wanted to make an artistic statement about production and labouring linked to this area of Birmingham (UK) she used items that were all factory produced and used the gallery space that had once been the site of a car factory.Continue reading “Teresa Albor”

Art Class: Bournville College.

Sorry its been a while between post. Now I have taken on an amazing opportunity to join an Art class at Bournville. the class is a brilliant mix of young ladies and men from around the West Midlands. I have the privilege of documenting there journey into Art, Photography and Design. Getting their thoughts andContinue reading “Art Class: Bournville College.”