This installation has now been removed, the arrticle has been left to show the participatory process.
This installation has now finished, this article has been left live to show the process of the participatory project.
Croome has worked with an emerging artist to develop and make new work responding to Robert Adam’s vision and designs at Croome.
A new art project at Croome
After the success of the Plumlines the team at Croome are embarking on an exciting new co-production project, mentored by national artist Hew Locke.
Locke is a world renowned artist with artworks owned by the Tate, the Victoria and Albert Museum and the British Museum to name a few. He specialises in a wide range of mediums which include sculpture, painting and photography, often within Locke’s work his ideas resonates with historical references and sites.
With these components in mind he is an ideal artist to act as a mentor to the new talent artist which we will recruit over the next month.
During the forthcoming months and building on the success of our partnership and new talent work, the project entitled ‘Adam Speaks’ will see the creation of exciting new artwork(s) created by an artist for Croome mentored by Hew.
This project is being match funded by Trust New Art (TNA) which is the National Trust contemporary arts programme. TNA is a partnership with Arts Council England.
Focusing on finding innovative ways to tell the story of Robert Adam at Croome, we will be working with Kimichi School, The Birmingham Institute of Theatre Arts, Writing West Midlands and St Barnabas First and Middle School.
Each group will take part in a workshop with the chosen artist. The findings from this process will lead toward an artist’s brief and development of artwork(s).
Croome volunteers will be working on each stage of the project: process, research, development and support.
Adam Speaks Brief
01 Jan 19
25 Nov 17
Adam has Spoken
Saturday saw the official opening day of our Adam Speaks exhibit with a packed programme of events.
13 Nov 17
Construction starts on the Adam Speaks installation
It may not look like it, but these pieces will be a neo-classical treehouse by Friday.