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Jewellery Co-working Spaces with Retail Opportunities.

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As an agency, we function as a support group for our designers offering services from retail sales, events management, press loaning, runway show and photoshoot production alongside our advice and consultancy for all aspects of running a label.
As a retail showroom we feature an in-house jewellery studio and designer run concept store, our ethos lies in the belief that there should be a more direct connection from design to production to consumer.
Spaces available now to join our jewellery studio as an in-house designer, potential for studio only to be part of our communally run retail store as well.

Price and Conditions:
250 €, net/month for the studio only.
300 €, net/month for a space in the collectively run store which requires you to work one day per week for the full profit of your sales.

The full space is 49ms and about half of that is the studio, shared between 5-6 designers. Studio designers have a key and full access to the studio, we have some communal tools and one inbuilt bench for short term jewellers but for a long term, the designer should supply there own bench and tools.

 

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CAMP Announces 2020 Program

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CAMP, a high-altitude residential arts school in the French Pyrenees, has begun announcing its 2020 program of workshops. Now entering its third year of activity, the newly announced program includes five-day residential workshops in music, visual art, filmmaking, photography, VR and literature, with masterclasses led by such luminaries as Matthew Herbert, Julia Kent, Aviva Rahmani, Chris Watson, Simon Armitage, Gabrielle Bell, Roedelius, Phill Niblock, Elliott Sharp and others.

Announced so far:

2020-04-22 // MODELING RESILIENCE WITH ART WITH AVIVA RAHMANI
2020-05-06 // CURRENT STRATEGIES FOR IMPROVISATION AND COMPOSITION WITH ELLIOTT SHARP
2020-05-13 // HEARING THE IMPOSSIBLE WITH MATTHEW HERBERT
2020-05-27 // DEEP LISTENING, PHASE 1 WITH PHILL NIBLOCK
2020-06-03 // DEEP LISTENING, PHASE 2 WITH HANS-JOACHIM ROEDELIUS
2020-06-17 // PERSONAL STORIES IN COMICS WITH GABRIELLE BELL
2020-09-02 // OUTSIDE IN - THE POETRY OF NATURE AND THE NATURE OF POETRY WITH SIMON ARMITAGE
2020-09-30 // FIELD RECORDING: RED DEER SEASON WITH CHRIS WATSON

CAMP is a residential arts facility in the French Pyrenees. It's a place where great art is made, new movements are formed, new ideas are explored and groundbreaking people are nurtured. CAMP is located in Aulus les Bains, the last village before the France/Spain Pyrenean frontier chain. The location is spectacular - we are nestled at 750m above sea level, surrounded by snowcapped peaks over 3000m high, ancient forests and cascading waterfalls. There are eagles, lammergeiers, vultures, ibex and bears. Walk out of the residency, and within ten minutes you are completely alone in one of the most beautiful mountain landscapes in Europe. Aulus les Bains is also a spa village - there are hot water springs, and a thermal spa in the village to take advantage of the healing and relaxing properties of the water.

Courses are fully inclusive of accommodation and excellent catering - every participant gets a private, peaceful room with a mountain view.

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Collage Artist Lab

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Collage Artist Lab

at Tulane University Special Collections in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Friday, 3 April-Monday, 6 April 2020

Deadline: Rolling with no applications accepted after January 5th, 2020. 

Collage Artist Lab is a four-day intensive of workshops and discussions designed to foster the integration of history and contemporary art into a collage artist’s practice.

The goal of the Collage Artist Lab is to equip artists with tools and strategies for picking up the unfinished work of history and speak to contemporary civic discourse around social, economic, and environmental issues. Through interactive sessions, collections research, and site visits with a historian, artists will explore their process and practice; present a slideshow of their work; receive supportive, critical, curatorial feedback about their ideas; and discuss contemporary issues. 

Designed with collage artists in mind, the lab considers how collagists use popular material culture in their work. The Lab will speak to issues of appropriation, copyright, and fair use and explore how the artist’s choice and understanding of material shapes the narrative of the artwork. 

Artists will complete the Lab with a project proposal for an exhibition or a book and a sample work that will be exhibited during the month of July 2020 in the Special Collections Gallery at Tulane University and will be a feature of Kolaj Fest New Orleans. Kolaj Institute will consider proposals for additional support.

Collage Artist Lab is intended for self-motivated artists, regardless of the stage in their career, who want to develop a practice of working with historic sites or history associations to create and present art that embeds itself in non-traditional spaces and speaks to a general community about contemporary issues.

CURRICULUM

BEFORE THE LAB

Accepted artists will receive a package of information about planning their trip and readings to prepare for the Lab. Artists will be asked to prepare and submit a 5-7 minute slide presentation of their art practice prior to arrival.

DURING THE LAB

Each day will start at 10AM with a gathering of participants and facilitators where we will review and discuss the work for the day. Sessions are scheduled throughout the day with ample time for breaks and exploration. Friday and Monday will take place at Tulane University Special Collections. On Saturday and Sunday, the lab will meet at Antenna Gallery. 

Friday will focus on artist research and learning how to use collections. On Saturday & Sunday, the lab will have artist presentations and sessions that focuses on artist development with an emphasis on articulating artist practice and how artists make connections between history and contemporary issues. On Saturday, participants will meet historian Frank Perez for a walking tour of the French Quarter to explore the role of site and place in the context of art and history. The group will visit some of the sites referenced in the Special Collections and hear stories about New Orleans history and the evolving cityscape. Perez will also speak about the LGBT Archives Project of Louisiana. On Monday, the lab will return to Tulane University Special Collections for a discussion on proposal writing and researching specific material requested by the artists. Themes of race, gender, and the environment will thread throughout all the sessions. Each day will end with an informal discussion off site from 7 to 9PM.

AFTER THE LAB

Artists will leave the Lab with a network of peer support; an idea for a project; and the task of turning that idea into a project proposal and a sample work. The project proposal may be for an exhibition, a book, or some other project that will be considered by Kolaj Institute. The proposals and sample work will be exhibited during the month of July 2020 in the Special Collections Gallery at Tulane University and will be a feature of Kolaj Fest New Orleans.

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01/05/2020

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