Tether/Untether Memory Quilt Crowd Fund Launched
Tether/Untether- Participatory Project Launch, 24th June 2016 – Linda’s ongoing studio practice project takes her along the Lincolnshire and Yorkshire coastline creating a body of work which concentrates on commemorative benches and the nature of memory. The participatory aspect of this project invites contributions of photographs, texts and memories which enable the mapping of commemorative benches in the UK and act as both research and memory repository. Contribute at https://www.facebook.com/TetherUntether-1069176009842453/
Arts Council Grants for the Arts success – ArtSPEAK/ArtWORK – A Series of Talks, Workshops, Tours and Artist-Mentoring to take place May – November 2016 in North East Lincolnshire. Artist and Curator Linda Ingham has successfully achieved funding to run this 6-month project taking places at sites and venues in Grimsby and Cleethorpes. More news to follow …
At the Usher Gallery, Lincoln during 2016: Shifting Subjects – Contemporary Women Telling the Self through the Visual Arts. A 15-minute film responding to the title, including Alison Rowley, Poppy Bowers, Wendy Elia, Margaret Ashman and text by Anna McNay. Supported by the Arts Council England; The Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre. Sarah Lucas images provided courtesy Sadie Coles HQ and Whitechapel Gallery.
The New Schoolhouse Gallery, York: Extracts, 23 January – 20 February
Until March 2016 – Shifting Images: Self Portraits of Lincolnshire Artists, The Muriel Barker Gallery, Fishing Heritage Centre, Grimsby
NEWS ARCHIVE 2015
Until 2nd January 2016 – Contemporary British Painting – The Crypt Gallery, St Marylebone Church, London
Ehryn Torrell | Sean Williams |Nicholas Middleton | Alex Hanna Natalie Dowse | Day Bowman | Susie Hamilton | Lisa Denyer | Pen Dalton | Julie Umerle | Ruth Calland | Wendy Saunders | Claudia Böse | Enzo Marra |Sam Douglas | Marguerite Horner| Sue Kennington | Katherine Russell | Ruth Philo David Sullivan | Julian Brown | Wayne Clough | Matthew Krishanu | Freya Purdue | Lee Maelzer | Linda Ingham | Greg Rook | James Quin | Alison Pilkington | Gideon Pain Susan Gunn | Barbara Pierson | Simon Burton
3 November 2015 – 2 January 2016
Monday – Friday 9 – 5, Saturday 9 – 4, closed Sunday
The Crypt, St Marylebone Parish Church 17 Marylebone Road, London, NW1 5LT
BBC/BL Listening Project Workshop Monday 12 October 2015
British Library Conference Centre
Join the British Library and the BBC to reflect on the first three years of the Listening Project: an audio archive of conversations recorded by the BBC in which people are invited to share an intimate conversation with a close friend or relative.
· <!– Professor Joanna Bornat (Faculty of Health & Social Care, Open University and an editor of Oral History Journal)
· <!– Dr Natalie Braber (Department of English, Culture & Media, Nottingham Trent University)
· <!– Linda Ingham (Visual Artist-Curator, Conversations with my Mother, a book-work installation as part of the Shifting Subjects exhibition)
Shifting Subjects Micro-Conference – Leeds Art Gallery, 20th October 2015 – Speakers: Alison Rowley (Huddersfield University), Poppy Bowers (Whitechapel Gallery), Wendy Elia (Commissioned Artist) and Gillian Hadwin (Abbey Walk Gallery) – 1.30pm – 4.30pm – Admission FREE
1st September – 31st October:Shifting Subjects – Contemporary Women Artists Self-Portraiture, Sarah Lucas, Wendy Elia, Miranda Whall, Margaret Ashman & Linda Ingham – Abbey Walk Gallery, Grimsby.
October 2015 onwards: Shifting Subjects (Film) – The Usher Gallery, Lincoln
September: The Brentwood Stations of the Cross – SE9 Container Gallery, London
25th March – Aesthetica Art Prize 2015: Exhibition Launch & Private View – Exhibition continues until 31st May 2015 – Linda Ingham, Heavier Than Heaven, Long-Listed composite Book-Work Installation.