CAS have established a response and planning team consisting of the members of staff below. The team will skype once a week to review advice in response to coronavirus and to review contingency and scenario planning relating to the potential impact of coronavirus on our operations. The team will also skype immediately in the event […]
Archives for March 2020
3:39amconversationalpoetry by me #kbwoodnews a trace of thread a paper petal shrined in powder fired becoming another_ a porcelain other to remain forevermore a reminder for us walking while talking of fragility found in a mother found in nature _ found in the spacebetween as we move through the Sandham stillness after dark in the […]
From Chapel Arts Studios, resident artist John McDonald updates us on CAS:AIR “Themes of Life,” an Unlimited supported, community-focused project aimed at telling local stories and engaging residents in artistic practice. Participants from his ongoing art clubs and workshops also share their reflections on the impact of the programme.
noticingthe cyclicalityof a line–vertical linesrounds in lineslines of colourtraces of me#reflectionswithinlooking without–#conversationalpoetry@kbwoodnews4 Mar 2020 CAS Research and Drawing GroupMaija on WhatsApp “I was talking to Karen today and Karen said: “We were talking yesterday about straight lines and I was looking at a photo of a big round pillar. There’s no direction in cyclical movement is […]
This will be the blog for the new CAS Research Group ‘Drawing Languages for Dissent’ www.chapelartsstudios.co.uk/DrawingGroup2020 CAS research Group ‘Drawing Languages for Dissent’First session (2 March 2020) Notes The following is a compilation of quotes from Tim Ingold (2016) Lines: A Brief History – Introduction; and comments made by the participants during the conversation. Ingold […]
Maija Liepins, for CAS Research Group; Drawing languages for Dissent Ready for our first meeting, the CAS Research and Drawing Group have been reading Tim Ingold’s Introduction to ‘Lines; A Brief History’. We have been drawn into a contemplation of lines, dots, traces and surfaces. Ingold says ‘non-linear’ in non-western or other-than-colonial thinking assumes that […]