A new art pack – TALC’s spin painting machines are solar-powered and are part of a series of environmental art packs, created for TALC’s community project “growth: seed” funded by Creative Communities. The art pack is inspired by the artists Alfons Schilling’s, Annick Gendron’s and Damien Hirst’s take on spin paintings.
From March to mid May we will show the results of TALC’s “My World in a Box” art pack project in our window showcase. Some children and young people created their own shapes, which were laser cut at TALC out of plywood.The artist Joseph Cornell called his boxes, which he created during his life in …Read More
First Art Packs are ready to be picked up or posted! Here you can find the art packs available talc.’s art packs are a mix of materials, instructions and online support by talc.’s artists. There are art packs for different age groups and interests. Please get in touch if you wish to get one of talc.’s art …Read More
HAPPY AND CREATIVE NEW YEAR from talc.! To all people who have a PORTFOLIO to prepare, please remember we will start tomorrow 2nd January at 10am. 2nd January: – preparing files for digital textile print/working with repeats – layout in InDesign (to create portfolios sheets) 3rd January: – textures and 3D shapes in plaster – …Read More
talc.’s artists just finished the Argyll and Island’s tour to deliver workshops in all High Schools. The workshops were inspired by Gabriel Orozco’s drawings and Wassily Kandinsky’s compositions and covered plaster casting and colouring, adding conductivity, designing a laser cut ply wood grid composition and to connect the piece via a touchboard with a computer to …Read More
talc. went to the Engage Art event in Newcastle: Engage conference: Unlocking Culture: an entitlement for children and young people on 5-6 November to talk about talc.’s youth arts programme. Grace Carroll, member of talc.’s management committee also met with Rachel Pattinson, Open Lab at Newcastle University to have a chat about possible future collaborations. Before travelling back, we …Read More