The exhibition "SWARM: Artists respond to the pollinator crisis" can be seen at at Vestry House Museum and Garden until 26 January 2020, alongside a host of pollinator-themed engagement events for all ages.
I'm busy making work for SWARM - Artists Respond to the Pollinator Crisis, a new group exhibition that will open at Vestry House Museum on 14 June, just in time to be part of the 2019 E17 Art Trail, Walthamstow's fabulous biennial art festival - and this year also coinciding with Waltham Forest being London's first Borough of Culture !
"A Tale of Two Visions", ink on rice paper. Private collection
After its successful (albeit very short!) run at Winns Gallery, the "Reading Between the Limes" exhibition will move to Walthamstow Village Window Gallery from 17 November to 14 December. In this exhibition local artists respond to the threat of losing 81 trees, including many mature trees from Lime Tree Walk - as part of a controversial town...
Fashion Revolution's Sarah Ditty, phannatiq's Anna Skodbo, academic Mark Sumner and artist Alke Schmidt discuss in a panel event at Bradford Industrial Museum what has changed in global fashion supply chains since the Rana Plaza disaster 5 years ago.
My latest work, a large painting inspired by Salts Mill and its fascinating history, will go on display at Salts Mill from 5 May, in time for the Saltaire Arts Trail, 5-7 May. I will give a talk about the work at Salts Mill on Sunday 6 May 3 PM.
15 March, Bradford Industrial Museum: Artist Alke Schmidt gives a talk in her "Wonder & Dread" exhibition (11AM) and takes part in "Clothes to die for?" - a panel discussion on (un)sustainable fashion 5 years on from the Rana Plaza disaster (1-3 PM).