Art Project, Event & Workshop Documentation ⋆ Supporting Your Art
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What does Supporting Your Art mean? This is something I have been thinking around and exploring for a while. Recently, I have had the time to think about it's full potential. I chose the name because everything I did; my skill-sets, my experience and my values...

I met Artist Kaitlin Ferguson through her work with Genevieve Rudd on the Artist Educator Social Network. I wanted to talk to her about her work during this time and how she feels now that lockdown is easing. Read on to hear how she has...

Things are tough right now. For everyone. For those of us that work in the arts, whether we run an organisation, work at one or are an individual doing their thing, it is likely that things are unsure right now. However, the work doesn't wait...

Much like Jess Jewell who was interviewed in our last blog post, Matthew Gabrielli appeared on the Project Headphones Saturday live show. He spoke about his time throughout lockdown and how people could help. He spoke passionately about Theatre, how it fits into our lives,...

Comedy is a part of our wonderful sector that I know absolutely nothing about. Jess Jewell was recently on a radio show that Supporting Your Art helps out with over at Project Headphones. Jess spoke about her work across the comedy scene and how it...

Genevieve Rudd is an artist who works across Community Arts & Arts Project Development. Like most people, she has had to adapt her work and deliver from a distance. I got in contact with her to find out how her work has been adapted and...

February 14th (which seems like a very long time ago now) marked my first year as a full time freelancer. I have spent a full year, full time supporting the art sector in Norfolk. It's been extraordinary. I wanted to take the opportunity, whilst there...

[caption id="attachment_484" align="alignleft" width="300"] Participants creations from the ArtatWork sessions[/caption] To say this is an unusual time is an understatement. COVID-19 and the UK lockdown have had far reaching effects across every industry. The art sector is no different. The participatory arts sector is reliant on sharing...