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Finding Your Creative Voice Masterclass

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Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Finding Your Creative Voice Masterclass

April 20 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

For artists of all levels, this session will help you to identify and strengthen your creative voice (incl. distinct artistic style, niche, voice, authenticity and story). Your creative voice allows people to connect and find value in your work to purchase it or to make more of it. The stronger your creative voice the more likely you are to get opportunities including sales, licencing agreements, exhibitions, shows and galleries representation. It is vitally important that Artists communicate in a consistent manner across their business – from website, to statement, to social media to live events. This practical session will fall into two parts:

This session will last for 1hr 30 minutes and will include an opportunity for Rosalind to answer any questions that members may have.

Members Free | Non-members £15

Ticket Link: https://visual-artists.org/event/finding-your-creative-voice-masterclass-vaa/

 

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Here, I Made This: Dialogues of Distance

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Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Pollen Collective is delighted to announce their first London exhibition. Nine multidisciplinary artists have developed new ways of working in response to the challenges of the past year. The bold new work celebrates our relationships with domestic and natural spaces through material innovation and collaboration.

Faced with the constraints of the Covid pandemic, Pollen Collective artists have produced an uplifting exhibition of beautifully handcrafted, enigmatic work. The unique setting of One Paved Court echoes the show’s themes of domesticity, shelter, and community, and showcases the diversity of experimental work across a variety of media.

By utilising technological platforms, socially distant meetings and postal art chains, the artists have been able to make, share and collaborate in the true spirit of a collective. Pollen Collective artists have worked together to weave poetry into delicate paper cloth, to create mixed-media collages, photographs, sculptures, paintings, and installations that interrogate our experiences of confinement and isolation, as well as their diametric equivalents.

The exhibition includes an exciting collaborative art project which engages with the local Richmond community. School children, art students and seniors have been invited to respond to a visual and word prompt provided by the Collective. Their work will be showcased at One Paved Court during the exhibition.

‘Discovering the making of Art has been, for me, the great and happy discovery of Lockdown. I’d never tried my hand before (despite being in my 70s), but the focussed creativity has brought light in a very dark world.’ -Jane Dewey, participant in Pollen’s Community Project

Images of the exhibition, artists’ biographies and other video content will be available on the Pollen Collective website. A virtual Artists’ Talk is scheduled for 13 May 5 – 6 pm.

Press Contact: Kate Lowe: +44 (0)7760 260 162, lowephoto1@me.com

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One Paved Court, 

1 Paved Court, Richmond, TW9 1LZ

She answered, "Art"

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Wednesday, April 14, 2021

In a bid to highlight the phenomenal work of female artists for the masses, independent curator, Gita Joshi, has partnered with the team behind South London Women Artists (SLWArtists) to host a virtual exhibition. The online showcase, titled She answered, “Art”, launches 14 April and will include over 40 pieces created by the critically acclaimed group of visual artists. 

Gita Joshi, the founder of The Curator’s Salon, has hand-selected works by SLWArtists for inclusion, comprising a range of styles including printmaking, photography, painting and textiles. Going ‘live’ on Wednesday, the online exhibition will be available to view for free throughout spring, until 23 May.

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Grab your FREE ticket to: Creative Director of Getty Images James D. Morgan Webinar Live from Sydney

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Monday, April 19, 2021

Original Magazine is proud to host our first live webinar featuring renowned photographer and Creative Director of Getty Images, Asia and Pacific Region; James D. Morgan.

This live webinar on the 19th & 20th April - 12pm (midday UK Local Time both days) will begin with a talk by photographer James D. Morgan ending with an interactive Q&A. Firstly, James D. Morgan will discuss his background, his passion and the path he took in photography along with some highlights, including his work spanning from Disneyland to photographing Barack Obama and how he set up his own business which has now led to his involvement with the world’s largest stock image company; Getty Images

We will end this webinar with a Q&A where you will get the chance to ask any questions you have for photographer James Morgan, and we encourage you to ask any questions you have. This will be an invaluable chance to ask photographer James D. Morgan questions including the business side of photography to how he continues to stay motivated, highlights throughout his career and advice for those wanting to go freelance; to name but a few examples.

Check out James D. Morgan's work here: www.morgan-photo.com

We cannot wait to see you all on the 19th & 20th April when we go live on Zoom!

Thanks from us all here at Original Magazine and a special thanks once again to James D. Morgan offering what will be a wonderful insight into the creative industry which will hopefully inspire us all.

To grab your FREE ticket to this live webinar: https://linktr.ee/OriginalMagazine

 

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Live on Zoom of course over the two days - Monday 19th & Tuesday 20th April 12-13:30pm (UK Local Time)

Frame Rush 2021

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Friday, July 2, 2021

Submit your short film to Frame Rush 2021: Unmasking Movement 

We are looking for films that challenge and blur the boundaries of what we perceive now as dance on screen. We aim to share stories told in imaginative ways through film and movement. Making movement the medium, not the subject. 

Frame Rush, the annual screendance festival is run by the postgraduate students of the world’s only MA in Screendance. The festival will take place in July through an immersive online platform to engage with a global audience.

 

Submissions are now open on FilmFreeway: shorturl.at/zGSZ6

Submit your films by 29 March 2021 

 

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London, United Kingdom

Surviving and Thriving as an Artist, Representing Yourself in a New Art World

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Thursday, March 25, 2021

FREE to all UK and International Artists, we would like to invite you to our March get together featuring Curator, Artist, Consultant, Writer, Teacher and Mentor, Rosalind Davis. The focus of conversation will be discussing how to survive and thrive as an Artist plus how to represent yourself in a new art world.

During this webinar you will receive the tools, to empower and encourage yourself to be inventive and entrepreneurial in your career as well as with your art to make thriving as an artist a more tangible and realistic possibility.

Connect with other artists and be supported in growing your arts business. Find out more about The VAA: www.visual-artists.org

Thursday 25th March @ 11:00am GMT via Zoom

Registration closes March 25th at 10:00

Register for you free ticket here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/online-art-cafe-surviving-and-thriving-as-an-artist-representing-yourself-tickets-141674244479

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