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European Outsider Arts Association Conference 2018
May
6
10:00 AM10:00

European Outsider Arts Association Conference 2018

'The Artist's Voice'

4th – 6th May

From 4th – 6th May 2018, Outside In is hosting the European Outsider Art Association (EOA) Conference at Pallant House Gallery, Chichester (UK). The conference is aimed at artists, curators and collectors as well as representatives from museums, galleries, collections, art projects and studio groups. 

Rosanne Robertson will present YES LAD, YES LASS a collaborative work commissioned by Venture Arts for OutsiderXchangeS.

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FLUIDS
Apr
3
7:00 PM19:00

FLUIDS

SQUIRT (2014)- a short film made in collaboration with Debbie Sharp in response to Wordworks 7 commissioned by Centre for the Use and Abuse of Books has been selected to be screened at FLUIDS a Queer short film program curated by Coral Short and Alex Tsoli. Rosanne Robertson and Debbie Sharp will also be speakers at the related conference. 

"Fluids. Everywhere. Refreshing, juicy, slippery, disgusting, slimy, hydrating. What else can a fluid do? Alex Tsoli and Coral Short come together to explore splashy fluids inside the contained world of video so we can all stay dry. But for how long?"

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Jan
19
to Jan 21

PUSH- (De)Construction

De(Construction) – Developing the Creative Scene, DIY Style at HOME, Manchester.

Part of: PUSH 2018

Instigate Arts presents a night of creative and artistic Do it Yourself, bringing together Manchester and Salford’s cutting edge, innovative and leftfield creatives, collaborators, collectives and spaces. Find out who’s doing what, where and how and enjoy an evening of art, performance, music, video and conversations.

Anti-Monument

A reverse sculpture by artists Debbie Sharp and Rosanne Robertson.

For De(Construction) artist directors of The Penthouse Debbie Sharp and Rosanne Robertson will present a reverse sculpture that pairs raw materials of construction and the performance of destruction - reducing old hierarchical individualistic monumentalism to the communal experience of dust.

 

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