Two years ago, I wrote a post about what were my experiences to date with the volunteer culture so inherent in the arts. It’s a rant against the frustrations of a system in which passion and knowledge didn’t seem to matter as much as ticking the box by working for free to prove commitment. Two Read more about Let’s talk about: kicking the door open[…]
There’s an art documentary coming out in a couple of weeks called The Price of Everything. You might already have heard of it; critics seem to have been dissecting it since the trailers first appeared. Will I be going to see it? Probably, but not with much excitement. I don’t understand exactly what – if Read more about Let’s Talk About: Art as a luxury[…]
Hi everyone. I was asked by the Art Fund to write a guide to Liverpool. We’ve got so much great art, culture and food, and they thought you might need a hand choosing where to head if you only have a day. So here it is: 800 words on some of my favourite places in Read more about Scene setting[…]
Messy Lines is featured as Guest Publication in May’s Art in Liverpool magazine! It was really nice to have the opportunity to be able to write about writing and why this project is so important to me. Available in galleries & venues around Merseyside. It may also appear online in a couple of weeks – Read more about Messy Lines on Messy Lines[…]
A bluffer’s guide to the problems of art.