Part of the Festival of Making, 14-16 June in Blackburn. Hosted by Jamie Holman, in association with Creative Lancashire.
Art in Manufacturing (AIM) is a co-commissioned collaboration between the National Festival of Making and Super Slow Way. It pairs artists and makers with manufacturers and domestic artisans, giving the artists access to specialist machinery and heritage craft techniques, to create work that forms an integral part of the National Festival of Making.
Over the festival weekend we offer opportunities to hear more about the works created for the 2019 AIM showcase, through in-situ talks, panels and interviews with the artists, commissioners and host manufacturers involved with the current and previous exhibits.
Panel Participants include:
- Amy Pennington (2019 Artist)
- Anna Ray (2019 AIM Artist)
- Anthony Green (Blackburn Yarn Dyers)
- Daksha Patel (2019 AIM Artist)
- Dawinder Bansal (2018 AIM Artist)
- Jamie Holman (Artist & Lecturer)
- Jon Wilson (Darwen Terracotta)
- Nicola Ellis (2018 AIM Artist)
- Liz Wilson (2019 AIM Artist)
This event is FREE to attend. Spaces are limited on the day, so please book your place in advance.
Jamie Holman is an artist, writer and lecturer who achieved critical acclaim after exhibiting in Bloomberg New Contemporaries 1996 at Tate Gallery Liverpool and Camden Arts Centre London. Holman worked in moving image and performance before developing a broader multi-disciplinary practice that included photography and sculpture.
Holman was a founding member of the music/artist/writers collective Tompaulin, who recorded three albums and two John Peel sessions between 2000 and 2008. Recently Jamie exhibited at The Royal College of Art and has been published in The Saatchi Gallery Magazine. Jamie is a non-executive Director of National Festival of Making and co-founder of PRISM Contemporary Art Gallery in Blackburn.Click to book your place online