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Through 2021
Wysing Broadcasts is an online platform for in-progress research and new work from artists working within Wysing Art Centre’s programme.
 
Find new work, artist interviews, exhibition films and podcasts in the Discover section and research, recommendations and references in the Explore section.
 
Visit Wysing Broadcasts here: wysingbroadcasts.art/

AMPLIFY 2020/21
Apr 1 - Jun 17, 2021
See the work created by the 10 artists who have been part of AMPlify 2020/21, our alternative learning programme for artists aged 18 to 25 years to test new approaches and ideas.
 
AMPlify is an alternative learning programme for artists aged 18 to 25 years to test new approaches and ideas through workshops and talks, whilst also having time to develop their own work. In 2020/21 AMPlify took place entirely online, to explore how digital tools and games can be used to create and develop future visions of the world. The artists participated in workshops and mentoring, with the option to work towards a Gold Arts Award.
 
The work spans a range of topics and perspectives around identities and experiments in media across animation, video, sound and interactive work.
 
The 10 artists who took part in AMPlify this year were Lauren Clifford-Keane, Kelly Emelle, Jules Fennell, Poppy Jones-Little, Lucie MacGregor, Rosemary Moss, Alexis Parinas, Johanna Saunderson, O. S. Warren and Frances Whorrall-Campbell. The work spans a range of topics and perspectives around identities and experiments in media across animation, video, sound and interactive work.
 
The participating artists were supported by contributing and mentoring artists Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley, Anna Bunting-Branch and Robin Buckley (rkss) and mentoring artists Laura Fox and Harold Offeh.

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