One solution to being able to get work out there, might be to offer original works in a small format from time to time Just now these 10 small paintings (the smallest is a very miniature 4cm—4 cm, the others only slightly larger but all framed) are up for sale in a shop that sells all kinds of maker’s works. Small means less materials, but not necessarily less time spent, it’s a difficult one to assess; that is: Art is for anyone who likes it, but then it does have to be affordable. : )
Just finished this small artwork for the Swedish art group METEOR to be included in an upcoming visitation called dold konst– hidden art out in the countryside. An artworks protestation against the allowed dereliction of a group of very old riverside trees.
Ponor – Janczak = 50/50 collaboration between visual artist and musician – with guest invites via the net.
Nick Janczak: https://soundcloud.com/fuzzyhaze
Breeze Creatives CIC and Vane, have been granted access to Old Shire Hall in Durham for a limited time, to host four very special events that aim to showcase some of the best creativity in Durham, Newcastle, Sunderland and the surrounding areas.
As part of this series of events taking place, on Friday 15th August for one night only we are staging a free night of film, video and moving image work by a selection of filmmakers and artists from throughout the region and beyond. Over a dozen rooms throughout the Grade II listed Old Shire Hall will be turned into screen rooms to showcase a diverse range of work.
Not only is this a chance to see some exciting up and coming filmmaker’s work, but also a chance to look around the splendid Old Shire Hall, which has been inaccessible to the public for several decades. Old Shire Hall is a Grade II listed building situated in the heart of Durham City centre. It was built in 1895 as the County Hall, and was used as such until 1963 when it was bought by the University of Durham as a home for their administration. Old Shire Hall has particular significance as this is where the first all Labour County Council was assembled in 1909.
Artists and filmmakers showcasing their work on the night include: Ruth Siddals, Beth Ross, Tim Neath, Peter McAdam, Ponor-Janczak, Klaus Pinter, Sean Burn, Kayleigh Keefe, Letizia Binda-Partensky, Sheryl Jenkins, Roberta Orlando, Melanie Menard, Lucia Schweigert, Nicola Joanne Carter, Huw Andrews, Fin McMorran, Allie Litherland, Anna Flemming, Amelia Crouch, and Stu Herring.
Free admission with pay bar.