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Sainsbury Centre Artist's Programme

Sainsbury Centre Artist's Programme is a collaborative initiative for artists with a particular interest in working from collections, and with people.

The programme supports the development of research and practice through a series of artist-led discussions, making sessions and critical enquiry. It aims to provide peer led learning opportunities, networking and professional development in a mutually supportive context.

Each session focuses on a different theme or approach, with suggested readings to encourage critical engagement with ideas around artist practice and working in the public realm. Participating artists are invited to present projects, pose questions and lead activities for the group. The focus of the sessions is decided by the participants, in discussion with the programme facilitator.

Artists:

Rach Anstey-Sanders / Liz Ballard / Hannelore Baxter / Chris Blackburn / Ian Brownlie / Annie Brundrit / Francesca Cant / Millinee Chaisrihar /Julia Devonshire / James Epps / Rebecca Greathead / Caroline Hack / Ali Hewson / Dot Howard / Henry Jackson Newcomb / Theodora Lecrinier / Heather Marshall / Sarah Nash / Carolyn MacArthur / Georgie Manly / Lara Nicole / Jennie Pedley / Alida Sayer

Contributors:

Liz Ballard & Julia Devonshire / Lawrence Bradby & Georgie Manly / Judith Stewart / Alida Sayer / Lisa Newby / Nick Warr / Ali Hewson / Jonathan P. Watts / Peter Nencini / Kimberly Foster / Victoria Mitchell / Sarah Lowndes 

For more information, please contact Nell Croose Myhill: n.croose-myhill@uea.ac.uk