You Couldn’t Put It on A Map
You Couldn’t Put It on A Map is a collaborative project that was devised and led by young apprentice Bethany Boam, as part of a two week intensive arts apprenticeship at Site Gallery.
Lilliput, S1 is a photo-based project that was led by young apprentice Lucy Radcliffe during a two week intensive arts apprenticeship at Site Gallery.
The Passing of Time
Taking inspiration from Haris Epaminonda’s solo show: Chronicles and the contrasting time-lapse work of local artist Richard Bolam, a group of Site Young Apprentices experimented with short film making focused on the passing of time without narrative.
Art Sheffield 2010
During Art Sheffield 2010, Site Young Apprentice, James Burns, interviewed four of the artists involved in the collaborative show.
A: The Christmas Party Workshop
As an introduction to: A: The Christmas Party – a play by artist Becky Shaw [broadcast on Sheffield Live! FM as part of Art Sheffield 2010] members of Sheffield Young Adult Writers [SYAW] took part in a related performance workshop.
Shopping Landscapes: Photography Competition
As part of their visit to the FrenchMottershead Shops Project exhibition, which included an introduction from artists Rebecca French and Andrew Mottershead, art and photography students from various schools and colleges in the region were invited to interpret the theme ‘British Shopping Landscapes’, for a related photography competition.
An Interview with FrenchMottershead
Journalism student, Bella Qvist researched and conducted an interview with artists Rebecca French & Andrew Mottershead about their practice and their international Shops project as a contextual resource for the gallery.
Shopping Landscapes: Rocky Horrors & Freshmans Boutique Shops Projects
Drawing on the themes explored within FrenchMottershead’s Shops residency and resulting exhibition at Site Gallery, young people worked over several weeks with the staff and customers of Freshmans Boutique and Rocky Horrors shops in Sheffield to produce a range of insightful photographs and interviews offering an intimate portrait of these everyday spaces.
Shopping Landscapes: I shop Therefore I Am
Inspired by a strand of the FrenchMottershead Shops Project which explores shopping habits in Romania, young journalists from Cube Magazine carried out their own creative investigation into the habits of Sheffield Shoppers for a feature in the magazine in print.