Word is getting out about the diverse array of courses, workshops, and opportunities for all being offered by Metal Art School. It’s great to see that all their hard work is trickling through for the benefit of the town.
Netpark & Colette in The Guardian
There was a great mention of Netpark and R&D funding in The Guardian today, and Colette’s quote even made it into the headline!
Metal Art School Developments
The Art School at Metal Southend, Chalkwell Park is ever expanding its range of workshops, courses, and outreach work. It is offering some truly unique experiences to artists new & seasoned, old & young, in addition to catering workshops and facilities to people with low level mental health issues, dementia, and physical & learning disabilities in an […]
Metal presents… Netpark Illustrators
We’re delighted to be exhibiting the original sketches, creative processes and final works by five illustrators commissioned in the summer of 2015 to work with a writer and five Southend primary schools to create a series of new site-specific digital stories for NetPark in Chalkwell Park, Southend-on-Sea. NetPark is the first digital art park in the […]
VILLAGE GREEN MARKETPLACE – DEADLINE EXTENDED
Due to the overwhelming response we’ve had from people wishing to still apply for a stall we have extended the deadline, so if you missed it the first time you still have a chance. We are welcoming creative/homemade/stylish ‘festival chic’/art-based contributions that will encourage play and interaction and support the ethos of this family friendly festival focused on the arts. More details […]
TOMA’s Emma Edmondson on Ship Full of Bombs
Artist Emma Edmondson chatted to the Indie Night In crew about what people can expect from TOMA, an alternative approach to continuing art learning and discourse.
Village Green mentioned in The Guardian
Village Green is held up by The Guardian as an example of a festival which is looking to the future, following Village Green director Sean McLoughlin’s speech at Future Festivals in Brighton.
Artists and Metal Art School gurus Simon Monk & Camilla Fox are conducting the TOMA interviews today and are excited to meet the candidates. There’s been an outstanding response to the call for applicants for this truly unique alternative art educational model, to be led by artist Emma Edmondson. A truly democratic approach to continuing learning […]
Metal Art School – Arts Award – Establishing Ethos
Metal Art School have had the brilliant Libby Liburd, our Arts Award Support Consultant, spending time with Camilla and Simon talking about strategies to establish the ethos of the school. Her spirit and expertise are invaluable and she’s a joy to have around.
Call out for participants to work with resident artists H2Dance
WANTED: Participants to take part in movement workshops and a sharing with dance/performance company H2DANCE. Choreographer Hanna Gillgren and Heidi Rustgaard are organizing movement workshops at Metal, looking at meetings between different communities and cultures. H2DANCE will work with you to develop a series of choreographic instructions that you will then respond to live during […]
Nene Park Commissions – Artists Announced
Peterborough Presents, Vivacity Culture and Leisure Trust, Nene Park Trust and Metal are happy to announce the selected artists for the Nene Park Commissions. The artists will kick-start their research in the city in late April attending an intensive development LAB at Metal, with the new artworks presented as part of a weekend festival on […]
National Art & Design Saturday Club
Metal is supporting the fantastic National Art & Design Saturday Club and its Creative Journeys project, and hopes to have one here at Metal Art School very soon. Watch this space! Here’s a film from some of the UK’s leading designers, architects, engineers and other creative professionals about how they got started.