An opportunity to discuss your practice with Adam Pugh of Tyneside Cinema on a one-to-one basis. The focus will be on artists working with moving image but you may also like to get feedback on approaches to curation and writing.
To request a studio visit please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a short paragraph outlining why the visit will be beneficial to your practice and a link to your work.
Bio: Adam Pugh is a curator, writer and designer based in Newcastle, where he leads the artists’ moving image programme at Tyneside Cinema. Previously director of Aurora, an annual festival which focused on artists’ moving image, he has since worked on curatorial projects for visual arts organisations across the UK, as well as establishing the sometime platform Promontories as a means to present self-initiated projects.
As a writer, he has contributed regularly to Art Monthly, and has written for Tate, thisistomorrow and others, in addition to one-off commissions for artists and institutions. He has devised and delivered a course around artists’ moving image at LUX; and has taught, delivered talks and served on international juries for various institutions and events worldwide.