All posts by Kay Mullenger

Alternative Arts EducationAs a result of tuition fees and  the restrictions of current art education there is an increase in the emergence of alternative arts education.I’ve been really lucky that an alternative MA has been set up in Southend.TOMA is a postgraduate level course now in it’s second year that is artists led, for a […]

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Snow in Suffolk

Like the whole population who live in eastern England we have snow.  Not just one downfall which will disappear in a couple of hours – it has been snowing on and off, and mainly on, all morning. For me, Wednesday is the one day of the week when I get all the boring household jobs […]

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Rainbow Squares

A couple of years ago I joined the newly re-formed branch of the Suffolk West Embroiderers’ Guild.  During this year (2017-18) the branch is running a project where each member embroiders a square in a specified colour – “Rainbow Squares”.  The colours progress in the same sequence as the rainbow so the first square was […]

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Another View posted by Lorna Rand

At the end of October I went to London to see the Prism exhibition ‘Another View’ this was first shown at the RSBA in Birmingham then in London at Hoxton Arches. This was a very interesting exhibition as usual, many members of Prism took part exploring “different ways of looking, seeing and understanding; a chance to […]

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Brushing Up on Colour

At the beginning of September I went on a Jo Budd workshop in Eastbourne, although Jo comes from Bungay in Norfolk.  Jo is a trained artist but works in textiles and has a method of working with Procyon dyes whereby she uses them like paints, mixing her colours in a palette using the thickener Manutex. […]

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