Dirty Practice 2019/Residency
1-5 July 2019
Wolverhampton School of Art
The event is structured in two parts, a 5-day ‘studio residency’ where we invite practitioners to develop work and engage with the studio practice, and a symposium. Lunch breaks and social events will offer an opportunity to discuss ideas and share practices. The residency closes with a symposium towards the end of the studio period, this year on a Thursday morning.
The studio practice will be complemented by lunch-time ‘provocations‘, a brief presentation by practitioners to discuss practices and ideas.
Dirty Practice Studio, 2015
Monday Morning 1 July 2019: Begin of Residency
The Monday is dedicated to move into the studios, set up the work space and get started for the residency.
11 AM: Residency organiser Maggie Ayliffe and Christian Mieves will give a brief introduction to the residency and this year’s theme Don’t wash your hands!
Tea and coffee will be available.
This will be followed by a brief introduction of all participants. We will ask all contributors to show three images of their current practice and introduce themselves in 3 Mins.
Please note that the studio residency does not cover any expenses or material. You will be provided with a studio space. Refreshments and coffee/tea breaks will be available.
Finally, the first day will be completed by a residency dinner in the studio spaces, coinciding with an alumni event.
Dirty Practice Schedule 2019
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Dirty Practice event, Arena Theatre, 2016
Adkins, Kirsten , PhD candidate, WSA
Ayliffe, Maggie WSA
Beattie, Clare UCA
Byrne, Sarah WSA
Sean Derrick WSA
Holly Herzberg WSA
Sacha Smith WSA
Collins, Rebecca WSA
Crawford, Holly Artist New York
Griffin, Aaron Staffordshire University
Harris, Simon WSA
Kelland, Dean WSA
Kemshell, Edward WSA
Magdeburg, Rachel PhD candidate, WSA
Mccoig, Mac WSA
Metherell, Lisa BCU
Mieves, Christian WSA
Norton, Jan WSA
Rogers, Gavin WSA
Rohr, Doris Liverpool Hope University
Sanderson, Jackaline WSA
Shirley, Stephen WSA
Ward, Henry Freelands Foundation, London