Mapping the Re:Mapping

Will this be the final post about our and ASA Collective’s adventures with Mapping and Re:Mapping Flâneurs? The Newcastle Arts Centre exhibition ended on Saturday, and Wideyed took it down on Monday. Some lovely comments had been left on the blank index cards in the filing cabinet, for example: A most delightful journey! Great, but it … Continue reading

First Obstacle : CROSSED

At Rawiya we wanted to celebrate with you all, the first obstacle being crossed. One of the Rawiyas got her visa to the UK today. So she is (hmm hmm) on a business visa now and is ready for business with the others     AND FOR THE CELEBRATION   There is still one last … Continue reading

what we are doing when we are not a ‘we’

the Collectives Encounter is meant to behave like a monster collective when we are in Derby in March. this is a bit what should happen here on the blog in this last month of preparation of the exhibition. while the beast is asleep, we all are juggling with other ongoing projects or commitments and it … Continue reading

ticking off my New Year’s wish list

on an earlier post, I wished everyone an activ(ist) new year highlighting few campaigns people in the arts should join. These campaigns still need support from and for all of us working in the arts! there were also wishes, which were related to applications I have been working on over Christmas. I am very pleased … Continue reading

Eunice Adorno wins the prestigious Fernando Benítez Prize in Mexico

We are thrilled and proud to announce that Eunice Adorno, member of Vea Collective, has been awarded the National Journalism Prize Fernando Benítez 2010 (Photography) for her essay ‘Fraum Blaum’. The series is about the daily life of women in a Mennonite community of Northern Mexico (Nuevo Ideal, Durango). Congrats to Eunice! Check out her … Continue reading