Visual artists Katie Shannon and Jenny Grant have both kindly produced a limited edition insert artwork for Weaponise Your Sound compilation 2019.
They may be scattered across the globe but their love, strength and support for their art and counterparts continue to inspire on a daily basis.
“Weaponise Your Sound” which has been curated, conceived and designed by Kristina McCormick of Diet Clinic. Diet Clinic is an NTS radio show showcasing females dj / artists.
All proceeds go to London based charity, Focus E15 which demands social housing, not social cleansing.Thanks to Kristina McCormick & Optimo Music along with C.A.R, SUE ZUKI, Marika Underspreche, Penelope Trappes, SLIME, Odete, Maral, Fanastic Twins, Cucina Povera and Zoe McPherson
Team: Kelsey Douglas, Steve Finch & Pia Fruin
From an intimate party under a giant skirt to an empowering portrait series of women and non-binary people of colour, we warmly invite you to immerse yourself in our program and join us in celebrating emerging artists and captivating live events as part of PEAKS in 2019!
— East Kalgoorlie and Leonora Creative Challenge Residency’s for 2018
Collaborators: Murray Collier and April Phillips
— Subiaco Arts Centre, Artist in Residence for the June Theatre Festival 2018
Alongside Gabby Loo and Annabelle Williams
— Edmund Rice Foundation, Sports Day
Faciliating a Banner & Flag Making Workshop
Photographs by Duncan Wright
Photographs by Duncan Wright
— The Green Room, Donarch St, Glasgow, 2018
Exhibitors: Niver Kaur Rhona Foster Angeli Bhose Johanna Assman Christian Noelle Coire Simpson Beth Anderson Niamh Mieread Cullen-Dumphy Amelia Tan Jennie Temple Hannan Jones Maddy Hope-Fraser
— Artists in music, Musicians in art curated by Ross Sinclair, Queens Park Railway Club, Glasgow, 2018
Exhibitiors: Aki, Dave Allen, Penny Anderson, Millie Angel, Charlotte Arnhold, Pete Astor, Alan Edward Austin, Ruth Barker, Shipsides and Beggs Projects, David Bellingham, Claire Biddles, Ross Birrell, Bobby Bluebell, Martin Boyce, Andrew Braidwood, Jill Bryson, Roddy Buchanan, Rob Churm, David Michael Clark, Nathan Coley, Edwyn Collins, Anne Marie Copestake, Craig Coulthard, Thomson & Craighead, Martin Creed, Alan Currall, Sushil K Dade, Sean Dickson, Amy Di Rollo, Andrew Divine, Chris Dooks, Natalie Doyle, Bill Drummond, Alan Dunn, Carla Easton, Graham Fagen, Douglas Gordon, Marianne Greated, Bob Carey Grieve, Mark Gubb, Hrafnhildur Halldórsdóttir, Michelle Hannah, Bob Hardy, Winnie Herbstein, Angus Hood, Hayley Jane Dawson, Hannan Jones, Eugene Kelly, Krysia Kordecka, Edinburgh Leisure, Derek Lodge, Raymond MacDonald, Russell MacEwan, Paul Maguire, David Mackintosh, Alicia Matthews, Iain McCall, David McClymont, Brian McFie, Andy McGregor, Richard McMaster, Mary McIntyre, Davie Miller, Kieran Clayton Milne, Jonathan Monk, Douglas Morland, Vikki Morton, Craig Mulholland, Scott Myles, John Nicol, Brendan O’Hare, Dougie Payne, Susan Philipsz, The Lonely Piper, Zexuan Qiao, Beagles & Ramsay, Baldvin Ringstead, Danny Saunders, Jack Saunders, Peter Scott, John Shankie, David Sherry, Dave Shrigley, Becky Šik, Bob and Roberta Smith, Fiona Soe Paing, Tim Sandys, Alan Stanners, Simon Starling, Calum Stirling, Niall Campbell Strachan, Sara Stroud, Robbie Thomson, Hanna Tuulikki, Clara Ursitti, John Vick, Martin Vincent, Jessica Voorsanger, Rachel Walker, Cathy Weir, Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson, Lin Zheng
— Bring Your Best Attitude, Artist Talk @ Edinburgh College of Arts
Talking about these important topics and studio discussions with the Contemporary Arts Practice students.
— One Day to Play, National Theatre of Scotland, 2018
Collaborator: Clarissa Parinussa Kruithof
One Day to Play is a paid opportunity for six artists to experiment across art-forms and to generate a brand new idea.
Six artists will be selected from across different art forms (spoken word, dance, theatre, visual art, music) and will be matched into pairs, invited to share their practices and approaches to making work. We are particularly interested in receiving applications from spoken word and dance artists. Facilitated and guided by Jenny Lindsay (of Flint & Pitch/ formerly Rally & Broad) over the course of one day the artists will work towards presenting ten minutes of a brand new idea as part of the National Theatre of Scotland’s Just Start Here Festival.
The opportunity has been designed in recognition of, and in response to, the strength of Aberdeen’s dance, spoken word, music and visual art scenes. We hope to seed cross-fertilisation of these different forms and sectors, bringing artists together and encourage artists to think about theatre and performance as a form that gives space for multiple art-forms to come together.