Anna Rogers

Anna Rogers Venice Diaries: Day One – Migratory motor complex by James Richards

Anna is one of Fine Art’s new graduates who is taking part in the Arts Council of Wales Cymru yn Fenis Wales in Venice Invigilation Plus programme. Here are her first thoughts on invigilating James Richards’ exhibition at the Wales Pavilion:- “Today is my first shift, I’m about five hours in. I don’t know how many times the piece has looped now. But I’m not … Continue reading Anna Rogers Venice Diaries: Day One – Migratory motor complex by James Richards

Anna Roger

Venice Diaries: Help Fine Artist Anna Roger make art in Venice

New Fine Art graduate Anna Roger, has just arrived for her placement at the Venice Biennale as a part of the Arts Council of Wales Invigilation Plus programme, helping welcome and talk to visitors and maintain James Richards’ Music for the Gift exhibition, at the Wales Pavilion. While she’s there she’d like you to help her create artwork. Let Anna explain… “I have a proposition … Continue reading Venice Diaries: Help Fine Artist Anna Roger make art in Venice

Venice Diaries: At the Giardini’s British Pavilion

by Rhian Sullivan New Fine Art graduate Rhian Sullivan is one of the CSAD participants in the Wales in Venice Invigilation Plus programme organised by the Arts Council of Wales. As well as invigilating at James Richards’ exhibition at the Wales Pavilion Rhian has been taking time to develop her own work and ideas and to visit the Venice Biennale’s other exhibitions. Here are her … Continue reading Venice Diaries: At the Giardini’s British Pavilion

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Venice Diaries: At the Giardini’s German Pavilion

by new Fine Art graduate Rhian Sullivan As well as being part of the Wales in Venice Invigilation Plus team at the Wales Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, Rhian has been visiting the Biennale shows and the many other museums and galleries the city has to offer. Here are her thoughts on the German Pavilion:- The German Pavilion at the Venice Biennale’s Giardini was something … Continue reading Venice Diaries: At the Giardini’s German Pavilion

Julian Charriere

Venice Diaries: ‘Arsenale’ – My Favourite Piece, by Rhian Sullivan

As well as being part of the Wales in Venice Invigilation Plus team at the Wales Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, Rhian has been very busy visiting the Biennale shows and the many other museums and galleries the city has to offer. Here are some of her highlights so far:- The pieces in the Arsenale, one of the main Biennale venues, that I got really … Continue reading Venice Diaries: ‘Arsenale’ – My Favourite Piece, by Rhian Sullivan

Venice Diaries: reflection on personal practice leading up to Venice invigilation

Rhian has been part of the Wales in Venice Invigilation Plus team at the Wales Pavilion at the Venice Biennale for four days now but here are her thoughts on how the experience might help her develop her work and ideas that she wrote just before leaving for this career changing experience. In less than a week I will be in Venice. I have recently … Continue reading Venice Diaries: reflection on personal practice leading up to Venice invigilation

Heledd Evans

Venice diary: Lost and Found – and a Monteverdi concert

Heledd Evans, First Year Fine Art student and Wales in Venice Invigilation Plus Programme member: On the day after I arrived I went off to explore. I had just finished my first day invigilating so I went off for a gander around Venice to familiarise myself. I got horrifically lost, which seems to be a talent of mine, but I did find my way eventually. … Continue reading Venice diary: Lost and Found – and a Monteverdi concert