UK’s Invisible Flock Announces New Residencies to Support Less Privileged Artists
We believe that art today must have a positive impact on society and the world we live in and as artists we have a responsibility to open up collective thinking and to build space for critical inquiry - Invisible Flock The interactive arts studio Invisible Flock has announced an open call for two artist residencies, to encourage innovation in art, design and technology, at their new studios in Yorkshire Sculpture Park, UK. Interactive art studio Invisible Flock Invisible Flock via Twitter The residencies are part of Invisible Flock’s The Cost of Innovation project, which aims to reduce socio-economic barriers to innovation by creating a greater number of
Pastel portrait by John Russell acquired for the Nationalmuseum Sweden collections
STOCKHOLM.-Nationalmuseum has acquired a pastel portrait of Lady Georgiana Cavendish at the age of six. The portrait...
Masters on the Market: Alma Thomas
In 1960, after nearly 40 years as an art teacher, Alma Thomas retired to focus on...