Remote Round Up: 23th – 29th March


Harlaam Artspace: Podcast 10  – Victoria Lucas
Recording of a talk and in conversation with Victoria Lucas and curators David Gilbert and Olivia Punnett from September 2018. Victoria Lucas is a Sheffield based artist, Senior Lecturer of Fine Art at the University of Central Lancashire and current PhD student at Sheffield Hallam University. Recent projects restructure frameworks that define female experience against socially engrained stereotypes, often incorporating cinematic, literary and folklorist references to illustrate a radical shift in how femininity and power is generated and perceived. Lucas will present the show following a one month residency at Haarlem Artspace in the newly built project space on the recently renovated second floor.


Radar: Helen Papaioannou
Helen tells us about how social interaction features in her musical performance work. Helen hosted the ‘Risk Music’ workshop last week as part of the ongoing Risk-Related project. Using sound-based activities the workshop explored the idea of risk in group communication and the coordination of individual and collective actions.


Mansions of The Future: Food Bank Donations
In response to recent food and supply shortages, we will be collecting toiletries, tinned and dried food for the local food bank, the Lincoln Community Larder. We’ll be accepting donations at Mansions of the Future on the following dates.
Friday 27th March between 12-6pm
Thursday 9th April between 12-6pm


Fermynwoods Contemporary Art: Anti-Drawing Drawing
Fermynwoods asked some of our staff and artists to provide online workshops, prompts and tutorials for our series Isolated Moments, to keep spirits buoyed and creativity alive during COVID-19 global social isolating and quarantining measures. Our first online workshop is for people who think they can’t draw, courtesy of Jessica Harby, artist and Assistant Director of Fermynwoods Contemporary Art. “Too often as an artist I hear people tell me they cannot draw. What they mean, I think, is that they cannot draw a sufficiently accurate representation of a real life thing or person, which is not the same thing. Drawing realistically does not equal drawing! Drawing equals drawing! For those of us who do it a lot, we know drawing includes listening, feeling, intuiting, and looking at the world in a new way. For years, I’ve been running workshops for adults and children where the goal is to draw “badly”. These prompts are adapted from these Anti-Drawing drawing workshops.”


Nottingham Contemporary: Still Undead VR Exhibition
Explore how the Bauhaus school’s ideas lived on in Britain, via pop culture and art schools. Encompassing performance, club culture, publishing and commercial design, the exhibition spans the 1920s to the 90s. It features the work of some 50 artists, designers and musicians, which stretch from Vidal Sassoon’s hairstyles to the title sequences of James Bond films, and beyond.


10 University Classes You Can Take At A Distance
The world of MOOCs (short for “massive open online courses”) is a booming one, featuring more than 10,000 online courses listed by 800 different universities. Many are free, and even more are self-paced—allowing you to take classes at your own convenience—meaning it’s never been easier to go back to school. And there are plenty of enticing offerings when it comes to the visual arts.
Interested in mastering a new, hands-on creative skill? You can learn to draw your own comics or capture artful digital photographs. Wish you could brush up on Art History 101? There are courses exploring the art and archaeology of ancient Egypt and the development of the artistic avant-garde. Below, we’ve rounded up 10 of our favorite art and design classes offered by colleges and universities across the globe.

List of Virtual Exhibitions
While museums and galleries across the world are temporarily closed to protect society’s most vulnerable, the rest of the art-hungry world can attend virtual art tours, learn from free online courses and explore museum archives offered by various international institutions. What will you learn during quarantine? Read on to experience some of the best art you can lap up in the throes of self-isolation, and get a healthy dose of culture without ever leaving your bedroom.

We Are Nonsuch: Creative Quarantine
Creative Quarantine is a daily email of creative activities and adventures for people young and old to do in their own home. Led by a group of artists and creatives who’ve been sent home because of the coronavirus, like most of the country, we want to test what’s possible, have fun and connect with people across the world. So whilst we’re all inside our homes, let’s be as creative as possible!