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New art studio and research centre set up in town centre

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Source: Wiltshire Times

SILT – Sustainable Image Laboratory, Trowbridge – has taken space in St George’s Works off Silver Street with help from a £20,000 Future High Streets government-funded grant.

The project space houses education and research facilities including an eco-darkroom, botanical ink and dye station and artist studios.

It will also be used for ecologically focussed art exhibitions, events and talks, with bookable workshop sessions starting January 2024.

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BAFFIN AND BEYOND: WORLD-RENOWNED INUIT ART STUDIO CELEBRATES 65TH ANNIVERSARY

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It began with an art studio so small and ill-equipped that printmakers opened windows to the Arctic winter to ventilate toxic chemicals.

Now, it’s an internationally known wellspring of imagery and imagination that graces the walls and tabletops of Canadians and art-lovers around the world — as well as a business that offers Inuit everything from public housing to small engine repair.

“We’re kept pretty busy,” said Pauloosie Kowmageak, president of the West Baffin Cooperative, Canada’s oldest Indigenous-owned arts organization, celebrating its 65th anniversary this year. It’s known in its home community of Kinngait, Nvt., simply as “the co-op,” but it’s better known as the first of the printmaking studios that brought Inuit vision to the world and gave Canada some of its most iconic art.

Read more: https://barrie360.com/inuit-art-studio-celebrates-anniversary/

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MFA in Studio Arts

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Source: e flux education

Greetings! The School of Art at Syracuse University invites applications for its MFA in studio arts degree, and I hope you will share this with your students considering graduate school. The MFA in studio arts brings together students, faculty, and visiting artists from across the country and the world to take part in the creation and discussion of contemporary art through seminars, studio visits, group critiques, and public exhibition. Syracuse, New York is conveniently located and only a short drive or train ride to New York City, Boston, Philadelphia, Toronto, or Montreal. Students regularly spend the weekend gallery hopping in some of the best art cities in the world.

As an art school within a research university, the emphasis of the MFA program at Syracuse University is on the creation of innovative modes of artistic production. Offering both a two- and three-year program, our curriculum affords the opportunity to concentrate in one or a combination of all of our nationally recognized areas: ceramics, experimental practice, painting and drawing, jewelry and metalsmithing, printmaking, and sculpture. All areas implement emerging technologies for interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary practices. This curricular flexibility enables MFA candidates to develop a deep course of study particular to their current research while offering maximum encouragement to access the greater University. Graduate students are provided with a personal/semi-personal research studio, as well as access to over 70,000-square feet of shared facilities and shops within studio intensive areas.

Read more:https://www.e-flux.com/announcements/577485/mfa-in-studio-arts/

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