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Land and the samling

Land and the samling
Land and the samling
Claire Barber was one of five artists commissioned to develop work during 'Land and the Samling', the second project in a three year Visual Arts Programme led by The Samling Foundation.The project began with a symposium chaired by Matthew Collings who, at short notice replaced James Turrell as keynote speaker. Subsequently each artist produced temporary artwork during a month-long residency commission at Kielder Forest in Northumberland. In turn they each mentored 12 A-level art students from across Tyne & Wear. In all sixty young people were involved in intensive residential workshops led by the artists in the forest.
Barber, Claire
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King, Judith
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Barber, Claire
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King, Judith
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Barber, Claire and King, Judith (2002) Land and the samling. Land and the Samling, Tyneside, United Kingdom.

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Abstract

Claire Barber was one of five artists commissioned to develop work during 'Land and the Samling', the second project in a three year Visual Arts Programme led by The Samling Foundation.The project began with a symposium chaired by Matthew Collings who, at short notice replaced James Turrell as keynote speaker. Subsequently each artist produced temporary artwork during a month-long residency commission at Kielder Forest in Northumberland. In turn they each mentored 12 A-level art students from across Tyne & Wear. In all sixty young people were involved in intensive residential workshops led by the artists in the forest.

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Published date: 2002
Additional Information: The exhibition of the 2002 Artist in Residence programme with photographs by Mark Pinder documenting artworks created at Kielder Water and Forest Park, featuring the work of Elpida Hadzi Vasileva, Tanya Axford, Matt Stokes, Wolfgang Weileder, Claire Barber and the 60 participating‘A’ Level students, was held as the following: Bedes World, Jarrow, 21st September - 6th October Gosforth High School, Newcastle upon Tyne, 8th October - 18th October The Arts Lounge, Northern Centre for Contemporary Art, Sunderland, 21 October - 3 November The Globe Gallery, North Shields, 16th November - 30th November The Upstairs Gallery, Central Library, Gateshead, 2nd December 2002 - 13th January 2003 Book accompanying the project was published by the Samling Foundation in 2002.
Venue - Dates: Land and the Samling, Tyneside, United Kingdom, 2002-09-21 - 2003-09-13

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Local EPrints ID: 153255
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/153255
PURE UUID: f34f88e5-8152-4dfb-9b40-9974adf6d52c

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Date deposited: 19 May 2010 07:50
Last modified: 08 Nov 2021 18:29

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Artist: Claire Barber
Curator of an exhibition: Judith King

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