105 Women at Union 105, East Street Arts, Chapeltown
3 months making, talking, writing, sewing, eating, drawing, painting, dreaming,
Sharing experiences, skills, food,
Today we had a party to celebrate the residency by Robinson Stirling and women from Rainbow Hearts Women Asylum Seekers Group showing the clothes, experiences, cushions, bags and giant banner made
And although we are sad to leave 105 we have formed from this 105 Women and will be going to Wharf Chambers on January 20th 2016 and February 10th for making days to continue this open opportunity and then through March at Leeds Central Library Artspace
Friday, October 2, 2015
Monday, September 28, 2015
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Wednesday, September 16, 2015
New project at 105 with Rainbow Hearts Women Asylum Seekers making together
Art, Sewing, Painting, Drawing, Upcycling ........
Thursday, August 27, 2015
Thursday, June 11, 2015
Monday, June 8, 2015
David Bowie:Young Americans
Alice Walker:Living by the Word: Selected Writings, 1973-1987
The Sognefjord, Norway, c.1885 - Adelsteen Normann
Leeds Art Gallery
Liz: When I was away at artist educator week which was amazing I found out that students in New York are having sit ins , as are students in Amsterdam at the Rietveld and I knew students have been in London at University of the Arts London at St Martins. So the media won't talk about it but it needs to be known to spread the word the action the solidarity
Michel Thomas 1914- 2005 was a polyglot linguist. He developed a way of teaching languages quickly. In his earlier life he survived imprisonment in several different Nazi concentration camps
With Thomas's method, the teacher cautions students to avoid making notes and to refrain from making conscious attempts to memorise, promising that the teacher will "be taking full responsibility" for their learning. Thomas stated that keeping the students relaxed, focused, and stretched with a feeling of mounting successful achievement lies at the heart of the method. The removal of the stress and anxiety of "being put on the spot" of conventional language learning, especially school language learning, is a key advantage of the method.
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Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Apollo chased the nymph Daphne...
"a heavy numbness seized her limbs, thin bark closed over her breasts, her hair turned into leaves, her arms into branches, her feet so swift a moment ago stuck fast in slow-growing roots, her face was lost in the canopy. Only her shining beauty was left.”...
The laurel became sacred to Apollo, and crowned the victors at the Pythian Games.
Most artistic impressions of the myth focus on the moment of transformation.
W.S.M. Nicoll, "Cupid, Apollo, and Daphne (Ovid, Met. 1. 452 ff.)" The Classical Quarterly, New Series, 30.1 (1980; 174–182).
Translation by A. S. Kline, 2000.
“Apollo and Daphne” by Piero and/or Antonio del Pollaiolo
Pruning is an essential gardening skill. When you prune correctly, you encourage healthy growth and flowering (in the case of flowering plants), as well as good looks. For most shrubs and trees, it helps to prune at the right time. Some are best pruned in winter; some right after flowering.
a. The act or an instance of transforming: her difficult transformation of the yard into a garden.
b. The state of being transformed: impressed by the transformation of the yard.
2. A marked change, as in appearance or character, usually for the better: recent transformations in the format of the publication.
a. Replacement of the variables in an algebraic expression by their values in terms of another set of variables.
b. A mapping of one space onto another or onto itself.
4. Linguistics An operation or rule that changes one linguistic structure (especially a syntactic structure) into another, as by the merger, relocation, or deletion of one of its constituents.5. Genetics
a. The change undergone by an animal cell upon infection by a cancer-causing virus.b. The introduction of DNA from one cell into another by means of a bacteriophage or one of a variety of chemical or physical methods
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