November's Artist of the Month we've selected Cat Bagg who, along with her own artistic practice is also part of the curatorial partnership 'Field Notes'.
Axisweb is seeking to appoint three new trustees to our board - artist, commissioner and digital.
Our Vacant Space Coordinator Harlan Whittingham recently staged a live action role play event in the Ridings Shopping Centre in Wakefield. We talk to him about the event titled 'Quarantine' and how it was received by the people of Wakefield.
Do you have a project that you'd like to undertake in one of our Vacant Spaces? We've put a call-out for commission proposals for our Axisweb members which includes a fee of £250 and free use of our spaces in Wakefield.
We have a number of filming commissions underway this month. We've been filming the Artists in Residence at The Art House: Joey Chin and Buhle Wonder Mbambo and are also filming at this year's Engage Conference on the 13 and 14 November.
Our regular Archive feature is a Rant by Fern Thomas and Owen Griffiths which explores collaborative working and asks whether an individual sense of practice can be lost amongst the group’s agenda.
For November's Artist of the Month we feature Cat Bagg who works collaboratively with Rosie Thomson-Glover on the curatorial partnership Field Notes.
Axisweb is an independent charity and seeks to appoint three (3) new Trustees - Artist, Commissioner and Digital.
We talk to Harlan Whittingham about his recent project 'Quarantine', a process driven, performative exhibition inspired by LARP. The event took place in several of our Vacant Spaces in Wakefield.
We're inviting Axisweb members to propose projects to be shown in one of our Vacant Spaces in Wakefield, West Yorkshire. This could be an existing artwork or series of works that you wish to display, a work in progress that you want to develop, a screening, performance or other type of event or happening. Budget: £250. Deadline: 12 November 2018.
Singapore-based artist Joey Chin and South Africa-based artist Buhle Wonder Mbambo were the Artists in Residence at The Art House from September to November 2018. We've been commissioned by The Art House to make a film about their time there.
We are pleased to announce the initial Social Works? Events taking place in November. They include Artist-led workshops by Amahra Spence and Joshua Sofaer and Get-Together events by Priya Mistry and Alex Wilde. Social Works? is part of the Models of Validation Project and is generously supported by Manchester Metropolitan University, Arts Council England, Peckham Platform, The Art House Wakefield, and Heart of Glass.
We highlight some of our favourite events happening in November 2018 by Axisweb Members.
In Owen Griffiths and Fern Thomas explore collaborative working; as part of a collective in an off-centre city in Wales, they are discovering the advantages of working within a group, but ask if your individual sense of practice can be lost amongst the group’s agenda?
We've been commissioned by Engage to make a film about their annual conference which takes place at the Whitworth Art Gallery in Manchester 13 & 14 November 2018. The theme of this year's conference is arts, healt and wellbeing. The film will be online later this month.
Social Works? Open Publication Launch
We report back from the launch of the 'Social Works?: Open', the first publication from the Social Works? programme which features 14 new commissioned pieces of writing and 2 artist commissions. The publication was launched at the Social Art Summit in Sheffield on 1 November.