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September 2020:

This month''s email includes; September''s Artist of The Month, our Updated Network Associate Membership Insurance Cover, Why Artists Must Demand The Impossible, The Axisweb Hardship Fund and our podcast series Live Out Loud. Also, our usual segments; Art Highlights, Five2Watch, Opps and more...

04 September 2020

Conjunctio Toads (photographed 26th Feb, 2020) and Ascension, 2020, Tin, steel, gold.

Our Artist of the Month for September 2020 is Chantal Powell. Chantal talks to us about her practice, process, upcoming projects and more. 

I work with the language of the unconscious, which is one of symbols and metaphor. It's a paradoxical language that is experienced by intuition or poetic understanding. We find it in our dreams, in archetypal symbols across cultures, in myths and legends. It's both familiar to us and at the same time has a potency that is a deep mystery, enabling us to gain a deeper understanding of the psyche."

Read more >

We have increased the Public and Product Liability insurance included with membership to ?10 million and for no extra charge!

Insurance cover is part of our Network Associate membership and Membership Bundle.

As a charity we put artists'' first. We're the only artists' membership organisation that provides this level of cover as standard.

It offers greater peace of mind to artists, curators and creative freelancers who may be undertaking more ambitious projects.

Find out more about our Network Associate membership here >

Tate protests, August 2020. Courtesy Tate United

''Why Artists Must Demand The Impossible'', by Turner Prize winner Tai Shani, is an article on resisting the art world''s rightward drift in an age of COVID-19 cuts and censorship. 

"In July, I experienced something that made me worry even more intensely than usual about the troubled relationship between artists' work and the institutions that 'support' it."

Read more >

The Axisweb Hardship Fund is now temporarily closed. Over the last few months we''ve helped support 110 artists with a combination of money diverted from our Awards programme and also our GoFundMe page. The level of demand has been very high and we''re sorry we can''t help more of our members. We''re still collecting donations however and will open up further rounds when funds permit.

So far we have raised ?3,305! We''d like to thank everyone that has applied and everyone who has donated to this important cause. The sense of community and support amongst our membership and from external friends and partners has been extremely humbling to us. #ArtistsSupportingArtists

"I donated because my career has been in the visual arts, in different roles. I am an artist and I see artists as my community." - Axisweb Member 

The more donations that we receive the more rounds we can facilitate to help people in need. Please give what you can. 

Support your community here >

About our Fund: 
Any member facing financial hardship and who are unable to work, disabled, a career, on low income or freelance is eligible to apply. 
We don''t ask you to explain why, but ask that you only apply if you need the money. 
We initially made available a fund of ?5,000, this has been added to since totalling at ?11,000. For eleven weeks we have distributed 110 x ?100 awards. 

Learn more about our Hardship Fund here >

Ian is an artist, filmmaker and DIY culture enthusiast based in Sheffield. His work is born out of interests in walking, the land, grassroots organising, emerging social movements, deep listening and documentary processes. His practice is openly collaborative, working with artists and non-artists alike. His projects explore ideas of commonality, working alongside citizens and communities to create spaces for exchange that are beyond the everyday, often using chance interactions to open up personal and shared terrains. 

See Ian''s artist website >

As he says in introducing the Re-visioning conversation series, "I was about to set out on a 220 mile walk on foot, collecting and sharing acts towards and visions of a positive future society. In the deep uncertainty of the present moment, I find myself, like many others, embarking on different trajectories of unlearning, destabilizing and re-visioning. These conversations are part of that process. They begin through some convergence of ideas or space. Transcribing them is not making art but a way of temporarily living inside the ideas they contain, an act of deep listening. Publishing them is not exhibiting them but extending the invitation."

He extends the invitation to make contact with him if these ideas resonate with your own practice and ideas, and you feel there is a conversation to be had:

Ian has recently engaged in a conversation with artist and Axis member, gobscure, in his article ''Re-Visioning #2: a conversation with gobscure''. 

Read full article > 
For any member experiencing financial difficulty and whose Axisweb Membership is due for renewal in the next three months - do get in touch. We want you to continue enjoying the benefits of our membership, and to ensure you do we will give you Three Months Free.

Get in touch here >

Need something new to listen to? 

Live Out Loud is a collection of art-related conversations with artists and creative practitioners. Hosted by the lovely Lucy Wright. 

This content is now available to listen to on our Axis websiteSpotify, Sound Cloud, Stitcher, Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts. Be sure to give us a like and follow! 

Current Live Out Loud podcasts: 

  • Practice in Isolation with Beth Davis-Hofbauer and Chantal Powell > 

  • Social Art in the Time of Social Distancing with Rupi Dhillon, Sophie Bownes and Natasha Alexander >

  • Notions of Care with Lady Kitt, Amelia Hawk and David Robinson >

  • Radical Wellbeing with Radha Patel and Suzanne Dhaliwal >

  • Parenthood with Emily Speed, Lauren McLaughlin and Robyn LeRoy-Evans >

  • New World Order with Elsa James, R.M. Sanchez-Camus and Sian Williams >

Don''t miss out see all episodes here > 
Feel free to leave a comment or review on what you thought of our LOL episodes or tag us on social media @axisweb - we look forward to hearing your thoughts! 
Have a look at some of the useful resources, tips and advice we think might be beneficial to help you get through self isolation. This article also refers to what we''re doing to help our members during this time. 

Dolmen - Dartmoor, 1966 by Patrick Caseley

Our latest Art Highlights of the week includes Helen Acklam, Adam Stone, Linda Norris & Patrick Caseley.

Read full article here >


''River of Life'', 2020 by James Eddy 

For #Five2Watch this week we''ve selected five artists who have explored collaboration within their work: James Woolley, James Eddy, Robyn LeRoy-Evans, Gloria Ronchi and Lyndall Phelps.

Read full article here >

Open Call: Residency & Exhibition Opportunities for Outside In Artists at The Art House 

The Art House and Outside In are seeking proposals from individual artists who would like to develop and progress their practice through a residency at The Art House's purpose-built studios in Wakefield.

This opportunity is open to Outside In artists working in any medium. This opportunity is only open to those with an Outside In online gallery or who fit the criteria for the charity. One artist will be selected for the residency.

The residency offers:

  • An artist's fee of ?1500
  • A materials budget of up to ?750
  • Travel expenses of up to ?250
  • Accessible self-catering accommodation in our flat, within the Art House building
  • Studio space in The Art House
  • Access to The Art House print studio
  • An opportunity to show either a new body of work created during the residency or work in progress in one of our exhibition spaces
  • Up to nine days of 1-2-1 mentoring and support during the residency period
  • Flexible support from the Art House programme team in producing, developing, and discussing your work and critical practice. We will talk with selected artists prior to the start of the residency and work to develop a programme of support which suits your needs.

Deadline: 12/09/20 See Opp here >

Jerwood Arts / FACT Digital Fellowship

The Jerwood / FACT Fellowship will appoint 3 emerging artists, curators, creative technologists, critical thinkers, or cultural activists, from any background, to support their potential as producers of the future. FACT's current and future programme has intersectionality at its heart, and so we particularly invite proposals which take a similar approach, and which see the unique, transformative power that technology can provide within this discourse. 

Fellowship includes: 
  • Fee of ?4,000 paid directly to the Fellow, to cover approximately 40 working days across 10 weeks.
  • Production budget (covering both residency and final outcome) of ?2,875
  • Additional travel expenses available up to ?375 (for research visits and final presentation)
  • If Fellows invite other practitioners to develop a work or project, their fees should be paid from the above totals
  • Accommodation provided when on site, with an additional ?25 per diem
  • We will invite Fellows to join us in Liverpool to participate in a conference during Summer 2021: a fee, travel and accommodation will be available for this additional visit
  • Additionally, we have a discretionary budget to address any specific access requirements, to ensure the residency is flexible and it's outcomes are as inclusive as possible
Deadline: 14/09/20 See Opp here > 
Stay safe and well, 
The Axis Team 
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