Busy! Busy! Busy! Some Announcements.

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There’s been lots of activity in the study recently. With new publications now online and some exciting features in the works it’s time for a quick blog post!


It’s time for a recap and for some announcements!


I’ve recently visited the interesting ‘Kilter Kelter’ exhibition at the Cupola Gallery in Hillsborough, Sheffield. For full details of the show, please see the gallery’s own website, here.


My review of the exhibition has been published on the website


To read the review, click on the following link:


Whilst at Cupola Gallery I had the chance to chat with the gallery’s owner and MD, Karen Sherwood. It was a chance to talk about all things, from art practice to funding. Following this initial chat I will soon be conducting an email interview with Karen for this website. Keep your eyes open for this feature in the coming days.


At the same time, I’ve been asked to cover another interesting event for this website – the ‘Million Dollar Mermaid’ Gala being held by the Yorkshire Life Aquatic group at The Civic in Barnsley, part of the Civic Artistic Residency Programme.


You can find more information about this particular event on The Civic’s website, here. You can also get information from the Yorkshire Life Aquatic’s own blog, here. For more about the Civic Artistic Residency Programme, see the information on The Civic's website, here.


In advance of the event I’m conducting another interview, this time with the choreographer and founder member of the Yorkshire Life Aquatic team, Zoe Parker. This interview will be posted on the Features page of this website.


I’m really looking forward to the event. It should be a fun day. I’ll be reviewing the Gala for this website too.


Away from all this Yorkshire-based cultural writing and reviewing, I’ve been continuing to produce my best ever literary and critical works, all of which are going into the stockpile.


The best way to keep track of all this activity – and to make sure you don’t miss any new work – is to follow me on Twitter. You can read my tweets here:





 Text © James Holden 2013