Fidelma O’Riordan reflects: How to Live

In another reflective piece, Fidelma O‚ÄôRiordan ‚Äď Creative Apprentice at John Hansard Gallery ‚Äď shares her thoughts on How to Live by David Blandy.

How to Live (2020) is one of two digital works by artist David Blandy, specially commissioned by John Hansard Gallery to reflect on the uncertain times we currently find ourselves in. The work was first shown as part of the gallery’s online programme in June 2020 and you can still watch it here.

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Fidelma O’Riordan reflects: Ancient Mariner

Today, in her second piece, Fidelma O’Riordan – Creative Apprentice at¬†John Hansard Gallery – responds to The Ancient Mariner Big Read.

The Ancient Mariner Big Read is an inclusive, immersive work of audio and visual art reflecting the abiding influence of Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s 18th century epic poem and it is free to access online.

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Leaping Forward: The Value of Arts and Culture for Everyone

The¬†¬†John Hansard Gallery’s¬†Head of Education, Dr Ronda Gowland-Pryde, discusses the importance of accessibility to the arts ahead of her appearance later this week speaking at Creativity & Life Chances: Artswork Conference 2017, alongside other leading professionals¬†in the field from around the country.
Image: Department for Doing Nothing, © John Hansard Gallery

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