Artist and co-founder of OSR Projects Simon Lee Dicker has been selected for a Momentum Open Call commission by Somerset Art Works. The commission will enable Simon to produce new work, during a 6 month residency at Dawes Twineworks in West Coker, that will be exhibited during the Somerset Art Weeks Festival 2015.
For more information about Somerset Art works and the other artists that have been selected for a Momentum bursary commission follow this link.
We are delighted to announce that we have been successful in receiving funding from Arts Council England to run a programme of exhibitions and events that will take place at the OSR Project Space, and beyond, throughout 2015 and 2016. By creating time and space for artists and curators to produce critically engaged work that acknowledges the social, geographical and political context in which it is made, we aim to produce art that captures the imagination and connects people through different forms of participation. Additional support for this programme of work comes from a South Somerset District Council Arts Award and corporate sponsorship from Old Mill Accountants and Financial Planners.
A fabulous new print by Nick Davies. Support the alias crowdfunding campaign and one of these beauties could be yours
2014 has seen Alias go through a review process, looking at internal structuring, organisation focus, and relevance.
Moving Forward and Staying the Same: Artist Led Evolutions will share their findings and look at ideas related to review processes, their benefits and challenges, and how independent activity positions itself in relation to the wider art world, public presentation and local community. Invited speakers include Dave Beech (artist, writer and curator), Bryony Gillard (artist and curator), Mark Gubb (artist) and Toby Huddlestone (artist and curator)
Saturday 24th Jan 2015, 10.30am – 5pm at the OSR Project Space.
Scratch the surface of an English village and behind the closed doors and high hedgerows things are not always what they seem. Sometimes the tranquility has been ruffled by disquiet or dissent…
read more of Fiona Robinson’s review of Micheal Calver’s Uneven Territories
Anna Newland Hooper’s The S Project is now open, upstairs at Inn the Square, until March 2015. Anna lives and works in Wellington, Somerset. UK. She is currently studying for a research MA in photography at Plymouth University.
Here’s a loose, painterly cityscape of implacable facades and bland brutalist offices, here’s a modernist interjection, hard edged, and here’s a soft edged one too…
read more of Jason Miller’s review of Micheal Calver’s Uneven Territories