Turning Point WM is heading for another busy year and to keep you up to date here is an outline of TPWM Projects Year 2.
(All opportunities and calls for submission will be posted on the TPWM website).
The annual exhibition and vital new platform for graduate artists from the universities in the West Midlands will take place again in 2014.
Working with our partners a multi-strand programme of opportunities for Artist Development will again be offered. In addition TPWM will hold free monthly `Question and Answer' sessions for artists at the School of Art, BIAD so do come along.
TPWM will continue to work with Writing West Midlands.
Plans are currently under discussion for a series of brochures on artists.
TPWM will be looking for potential partners to host new residencies with some TPWM support available towards costs.
TPWM Residencies up and running:
- Eastside Projects - with Spike Island - Artist Stuart Whipps and Temple Bar Gallery - Artist Joanne Masding.
- National Trust, Dudmaston Hall - Artist Elizabeth Rowe.
- Worcester University, Movement Gallery and Worcester Museum - Juneau Projects
- Library of Birmingham Artist Residency - Faye Claridge
- Friction Arts - Artists MSFAC - Margaret Street Free Arts Council
New TPWM Advisory Group Members
We are delighted to have 3 new members: artist Marlene Smith, Laura Elliott, Director, Coventry Art Space and Cheryl Jones, Gallery Director Grand Union.
For the full list of TPWM Group members see: http://tpwm.squarespace.com/what-is-tpwm/
TPWM is part of the Contemporary Visual Arts Network and joins with other regions to feed in to the national debate.
All our activity is based on working with others to maximise benefit to artists and to help strengthen the visual arts in the West Midlands.
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