Embody Without Burden

Embody Without Burden, RGI, 2020

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beyond epilepsy

Beyond Epilepsy, CCA (2016) Online blog collaboration and installation

Beyond Epilepsy is working with Glasgow Science Festival 2016 to ask whether a greater understanding of the brain has led to more understanding in society as a whole. This project. led by academic Rachel Hewitt aims to be a platform for artists, not only promoting disabilities, but also artists with disabilities. Beyond Epilepsy is a…

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Mansfield, S. (2015), A Perfect Birthday. The Scotsman Weekend Life Magazine, p16-17 (8/3/2015)

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mary barbour

McMeekin. E, New artwork to celebrate the life of Govan heroine, Herald Scotland, 2012

By Elizabeth McMeekin SHE is known as one of the most influential women in Glasgow in the early 20th century, became the first female Labour councillor in the city and tirelessly campaigned for the working classes. Friday 9 March 2012 Now Mary Barbour, who lived in Govan in the early 1900s, is to be celebrated…

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mary barbour

International Women’s Day celebrates the life of Mary Barbour, BBC, 8 March, 2012

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-17304237 A project celebrating the life and work of Mary Barbour has been launched as part of International Women’s Day. Barbour was a housewife who roused thousands of women to protest at steep rent increases for living in Glasgow tenements during WWI. Mary Barbour’s leadership was responsible for a new rent restriction law. She also…

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Athens Pride Breeder intro 2010

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The Clown 2008 60cm diam oil on panel

Peacocke, H. 2009. Tales of Shiney-Shiney, Oxford Times Review, 2009

The dry autumn leaves strewn on the floor of the North Wall Gallery, Summertown, have not been blown in by the wind. They are all part of the picture ‘Apotropaic’, by Sharon Thomas, which dominates the main wall.

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Grainne Rice Nat Gall 2020 BEST

Rice, G. (2009) Apotropaic: Sharon Thomas at Museet for Religiøs Kunst

A Review of by Gráinne Rice “And wherever you do, whatever you do, there’s always that damp little island called the past…” Many of the works in the Apotropaic exhibition were developed whilst Sharon Thomas was a Sainsbury Scholar at the British School in Rome (2005-06). As implied by Morrissey’s words (another ex-pat anglo in…

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mother mother flier

Butler, S. (2009) Neo-Maternalism: Contemporary Artists’ Approach to Motherhood, The Brooklyn Rail

Critical Perspectives on Art, Politics and Culture, Dec 2008/Jan 2009 Ever since the Abstract Expressionists held forth at the Cedar Tavern in the 1950s, the unwritten rule has been that making art is a consuming obsession that leaves no time or space for worldly responsibilities like childrearing. Before the AbExers, an artist like Gaugin left…

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mother mother flier

Mother Mother Flier

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risky business

Risky Business, PPOW, Press Release, August 2006

August 14 – 18, 2006 Opening: Monday, August 14th Derek Ayres · Derek Cracco · Luigi Cicala · Michelle Handelman Claudia Hart · Dana Dale Lee · Margaret Roleke · Rafael Francesco Salas Suicide Artist ·Sharon Thomas ·Anahita Vossoughi ·Aaron Zimmerman P·P·O·W is pleased to present Risky Business.  Curated by the gallery’s archivist Dana Dale…

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overlap 2

OVERLAP2, The British School at Rome, 2006

WILLIAM COBBING, JUAN FORD, LAUREN LAVITT, STEVEN MacIVER, EAMON O´KANE, SARAH STEAD, SHARON THOMAS The British School at Rome via Gramsci 61, 00197 Roma tel. 06 3264939 http://www.bsr.ac.uk Opening: Thursday, 16 March 2006, 6.30-9.30 PM 17-25 March 2006, Monday-Saturday, 4.30-7.00 PM and by appointment info: finearts@bsrome.it The next exhibition of The British School at Rome…

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GSA Third Year Painting show flier 2000

GSA Third Year Painting show flier 2000

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