New Art Highlights
22 - 28 November 2021
New Art Highlights of the week includes: James Paddock, Alan Slater, Lucy Brown and Vivienne Baker.
Online panel discussion and screening: Mirrored to the Core, 8th December 2021 by James Paddock
You are invited to a panel discussion and premiere screening of Mirrored to the Core – a collaborative video artwork with an operatic twist.
Join us on the 8th December at 4pm to watch the short film alongside a discussion, hosted by Alys Scott-Hawkins with lead artist James Paddock, opera director Rosalind Parker, video artist Sarah Mace-Dennis, and Colin Hambrook editor Disability Arts Online about the project.
The free event will be broadcast through Disability Arts Online’s Facebook and YouTube channels at 4pm on Wednesday 8th December.
Mirrored to the Core is about two people who meet and fall in love. Communicating through ‘heard voices’ of the subconscious mind, their telepathy is represented by operatic singing accompanied by a contemporary musical soundscape. Romantically and poetically translating scientific research into video art.
Mirrored to the Core is supported by public funding through the National Lottery Project Grants from Arts Council England.
'small skull (slim man reflection version)', 2006 - 2021 by Alan Slater
Oil paint and acrylic paint on canvas.
"Building it up and cutting it down" Artist online Lecture now available ON DEMAND, 14th October 2021 - 31st March 2022 by Lucy Brown
Lucy Brown will be presenting her lecture titled "Building it up and cutting it down" as part of The 62 Group of Textile Artists "The Skill of Constructed Sculptural Textiles" evening. This is the fourth event in The 62 Groups popular annual lecture series at the Fashion and Textile Museum, London. This online lecture will introduce 62 Group members Lucy Brown and Ann Goddard and their respective practices.
Tickets £5 | online event | hosted by the Fashion and Textile Museum
For further information and to purchase on demand tickets please visit
Catkin city, 2020 by Vivienne Baker
Oil on canvas.