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Myfanwy Nixon

Myfanwy Nixon (MP3: 8.47 MB)

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Myfanwy Nixon understands the pressures of modern life. When she got married and had a child, she found juggling home life with a career meant that she no longer had time for her favourite hobby, drawing. Yet somehow, she found time to create her very own website, drawanyway.com, to support and encourage both those with no time to draw and those with no confidence or experience of it. So go on, draw anyway!

Posted: 24 August 07

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Wayne Imms interview

Wayne Imms interview (MP3: 5.51 MB)

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Wayne Imms is the founder and Director of Space, a non profit making organisation that provides support for those interested in the creative sectors and a monthly networking event in the New Madeira Hotel in Brighton, with special guests and performers. A broadcaster in his own right, Wayne came on to the show to name-drop July's guests.

Posted: 21 August 07

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Andrew Fionda interview

Andrew Fionda interview (MP3: 8.65 MB)

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Andrew Fionda is one half of creative duo Pearce II Fionda, fashion designers who have created dresses for all manner of glamorous red carpet celebrities. Now based in Brighton, Andrew talked about opening a vintage shop in Kemp Town ('Andrew Fionda' in St. George's Road) and curating a forthcoming exhibition, 'Little Black Dress' at Brighton Museum from Dec 2007 - mid 2008.

Posted: 13 August 07

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Grant de Jonge and Sara Abbott

Grant de Jonge and Sara Abbott (MP3: 10.5 MB)

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Grant de Jonge and Sara Abbott are the co-curators of a warehouse exhibition of 13 artists entitled Body of Work which runs from 1st - 13th July in Lewes, East Sussex. Colette quizzed them about why the number thirteen is so important to them and to find out more about the show. (Show originally aired 26th June 2007)

Posted: 13 August 07

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Jonathan Swain interview

Jonathan Swain interview (MP3: 12.8 MB)

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Jonathan Swain is a project manager at converted church art space Fabrica, in the centre of Brighton. He told us about Fabrica's cross-channel connections and the exhibition of the work of French artist Dominique De Beir, a site-specific installation created out of cardboard boxes and fruit crates which runs from 30th June - 19th August.

Posted: 03 August 07

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Anabel Hernandez (Red Mira) interview

Anabel Hernandez (Red Mira) interview (MP3: 11.5 MB)

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Anabel Hernandez is a Spanish artist who dreamt up a website called Red Mira, an interactive map of rural artists and craftspeople living in Malaga, Southern Spain. She joined Colette to discuss the importance of artists' networks, both nationally and internationally. Visit Red Mira.

Posted: 03 August 07

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Jamie McCartney interview

Jamie McCartney interview (MP3: 25.1 MB)

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Jamie McCartney is a Brighton based sculptor of contemporary art who makes life casts and employs taxidermy in his work. We talked to him about his often sexually explicit sculptures and asked him why taxidermy holds a fascination for him as a creative process. Visit Jamie's website.

Posted: 03 August 07

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Jeremy Adams, Curator at the Booth Museum of Natural History

Jeremy Adams, Curator at the Booth Museum of Natural History (MP3: 19.2 MB)

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Before television, mass entertainment and the other delights of 21st century living, the art of taxidermy became a fashionable high point in Victorian style. Colette and Jeff chatted to Jeremy Adams, Curator at the Booth Museum of Natural History about the art of getting stuffed. The exhibition runs from 16 June 2007 to 15 June 2008.

Posted: 03 August 07

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