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  • <i><b>Image:</b> Cremyll Ferry Sound Piece, Plymouth Art Weekender, Laura Denning, 2016 © Laura Denning.</i>

    Image: Cremyll Ferry Sound Piece, Plymouth Art Weekender, Laura Denning, 2016 © Laura Denning.
    A listener enjoying the sound piece created for and about the Cremyll Ferry – a 5 minute ‘taxi’ from Plymouth to Cornwall).

  • <i><b>Image:</b> An Everyday Party, Megan Clark-Bagnall, June 2015 © Megan Clark-Bagnall and Photographer Jose Vegas.</i>

    Image: An Everyday Party, Megan Clark-Bagnall, June 2015 © Megan Clark-Bagnall and Photographer Jose Vegas.
    Inspired by Bristol Fair and the historical context of The Bearpit location as a trading post and celebratory meeting place, this project explored the site’s current context as a commuter thoroughfare.

  • <i><b>Image:</b> Rio de Janeiro Furniture Workshops, Brazil, Aberrant Architecture, 2014-16. <br/>© Aberrant Architecture </i>

    Image: Rio de Janeiro Furniture Workshops, Brazil, Aberrant Architecture, 2014-16.
    © Aberrant Architecture

  • <i><b>Image:</b> Participants enjoying a workshop led by CYF Creu, 2017 © CYF Creu.</i>

    Image: Participants enjoying a workshop led by CYF Creu, 2017 © CYF Creu.

Lead Creative Schools: Four Creative Practitioners Appointed

As Creative Agents for the Arts Council of Wales’ Lead Creative Schools Scheme, Addo have appointed four Creative Practitioners through an open selection process involving both teachers and pupils: Aberrant Architecture at Ysgol Bro Dinefwr, Laura Denning at Ysgol Glan-y-Môr, Megan Clark-Bagnall at Pembrey Primary School and CYF Creu at Ysgol…

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  • <i><b>Image:</b> Bridge Street Project, Callan, Ireland, Studio Weave, 2014. © Studio Weave and Photographer Brian Cregan </i>

    Image: Bridge Street Project, Callan, Ireland, Studio Weave, 2014. © Studio Weave and Photographer Brian Cregan
    A theatre and architecture project with theatre Transa Productions.

  • <i><b>Image:</b> Paleys Upon Pilers, Aldgate, Studio Weave, 2012. © Studio Weave and Photographer Jim Stephenson </i>

    Image: Paleys Upon Pilers, Aldgate, Studio Weave, 2012. © Studio Weave and Photographer Jim Stephenson
    A timber abstraction of the uppermost room of the historic eastern gateway into the City of London, developed for London Architecture Festival 2012.

  • <i><b>Image:</b> Midden Studio, Kintyre, Scotland, Studio Weave, 2010. © Studio Weave and Photographer Johnny Barrington </i>

    Image: Midden Studio, Kintyre, Scotland, Studio Weave, 2010. © Studio Weave and Photographer Johnny Barrington
    An artist's studio in the form of a diamond point rusticated zinc shed that sits on top of a Victorian midden wall.

  • <i><b>Image:</b> The Longest Bench, Littlehampton, Studio Weave, 2010. © Studio Weave and Photographer David Barbour </i>

    Image: The Longest Bench, Littlehampton, Studio Weave, 2010. © Studio Weave and Photographer David Barbour
    The longest bench in Britain seats over 300 people along the spine of Littlehampton’s coastline and measures 324m in length.

Studio Weave appointed for Confluence Commission

Addo were engaged by Confluence to curate and manage the appointment of artists/designers /architects to work on a project located on the river corridor in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire’s county town.  Following an open selection process, Studio Weave, an award-winning RIBA Chartered Architecture Practice based in London, have…

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NOW WE ARE FIVE – business & organisational development

In 2016 Addo was five years old and undertook NOW WE ARE FIVE – a business & organisational development project to review our practice to date; to identify ways in which we may continue to produce ambitious and critically relevant projects; to develop new strands of work and…

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  • <i><b>Image:</b> Canal Opera – Carol Conducting, Nicky Coutts, 2016. </i>

    Image: Canal Opera – Carol Conducting, Nicky Coutts, 2016.

  • <i><b>Image:</b> The Capitalocene 3, Dan Rees, 2016. </i>

    Image: The Capitalocene 3, Dan Rees, 2016.

  • <i><b>Image:</b> The 19th Pier, Trevor Basin, Wrexham, Mo Abd-Ulla, 2016. </i>

    Image: The 19th Pier, Trevor Basin, Wrexham, Mo Abd-Ulla, 2016.

  • <i><b>Image:</b> Canal Experiments, Swansea, Cheon Pyo Lee, 2016. </i>

    Image: Canal Experiments, Swansea, Cheon Pyo Lee, 2016.

  • <i><b>Image:</b> Untitled, Montgomery Canal, Mair Hughes, 2016. </i>

    Image: Untitled, Montgomery Canal, Mair Hughes, 2016.

  • <i><b>Image:</b> Tree Bench, Goytre Wharf, Alan Goulbourne, 2015. </i>

    Image: Tree Bench, Goytre Wharf, Alan Goulbourne, 2015.

  • <i><b>Image:</b> After Gastineau, Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, 2014. </i>

    Image: After Gastineau, Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, 2014.

Navigations – Art as Research Exhibition

With partners Oriel Davies and Glandŵr Cymru, the Canal and River Trust in Wales, Addo have secured funding from Arts Council of Wales to mount a major exhibition of work from artists taking part in the recent Glandŵr Cymru Canal Research Residency Programme. Entitled Navigations…

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Creative Practitioner Opportunity – Lead Creative School Scheme

Creative Practitioner Opportunity – Lead Creative School Scheme

Addo has been appointed as Creative Agents for Schools in Wales, as part of the Arts Council of Wales’ Lead Creative School Scheme and is inviting calls from Creative Practitioners for a project at Ysgol Llandrillo-yn-Rhos (Colwyn Bay). Further information about the opportunity and how…

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Four New Creative Practitioner Opportunities – Lead Creative Schools Scheme

Four New Creative Practitioner Opportunities – Lead Creative Schools Scheme

Image: Pupils at Pembrey Primary School discussing the kind of Creative Practitioner they’d like to work with.   Addo has been appointed as Creative Agents for 4 Schools in Wales, as part of the Arts Council of Wales’ Lead Creative School Scheme and is inviting calls from…

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Dan Rees – Resident Artist at Bevilacqua La Masa

Dan Rees – Resident Artist at Bevilacqua La Masa

    Dan Rees continues his research residency on the Glyndwr Cymru, Arts Council of Wales programme to contribute to the cultural significance of canals in Wales and their relevance to local communities and contemporary Welsh culture. This phase sees the artist undertake a three month period…

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Confluence – Commission Opportunity / Cyfle Comisiwn

Confluence – Commission Opportunity / Cyfle Comisiwn

Contemporary Art Installation for Haverfordwest Budget £80,000 The commission is expected to run from 1 January 2017 – 31 October 2017 Confluence are inviting applications from artists/designers /architects to work on a project located on the river corridor in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire’s county town. The commission…

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Creative Ponty?

Creative Ponty?

Artists and creative professionals are invited to attend Creative Ponty? – a morning of discussions and networking around how existing, emerging and potential creative networks and hubs may positively impact on Pontypridd and the surrounding area. Short presentations will be followed by an open discussion….

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Venice-Cardiff Residency Artist Appointed

Venice-Cardiff Residency Artist Appointed

Addo, Glandŵr Cymru – the Canal & River Trust in Wales, along with the Arts Council of Wales are pleased to announce the appointment of Dan Rees as Venice and Cardiff Artist is Residence. The artist will be provided with space in both cities in…

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