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Supported by Prism Arts professional artists the diverse artists on the Studio Arts programme worked to a professional brief from Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery to create a series of individual pieces that form an arts trail through Tullie’s Border Galleries.

The group where inspired by the ways of working and the stories of the artists featured in Radical Craft: Alternative Ways of Making. Using objects from the Tullie House collection our artists developed their own individual responses and ways of working. This work led to a series of pieces exploring a range of ideas and techniques including textiles, sculpture and drawing.

As well as being inspired by the objects and the artists featured in Radical Craft our diverse artists were also inspired by Tullie House Museum itself, carefully considering where their work should sit in the galleries. By placing their work alongside the objects that informed it the artists hoped that the viewer will make new and unexpected stories and connections.

Artform: Visual Arts

Project Partner: Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery

Artists: Helen Walsh, Dan Campbell, Katie Lock

Participants: Prism Arts Studio Arts

Date: February – March 2017

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