Recreation2012 – Thank you!
23rd April 2012

Recreation 2012 was a success this year! We were able to Reflect on Recreation as a whole, as we took down the show last week. A big ‘Thank you,’ to everyone who participated in the conference and came to see the exhibition, and especially to Morphe Arts. We hope you enjoyed the lectures and discussions. As […]

New Music + A Love Supreme
8th March 2012

John Coltrane at the Guggenheim, William Claxton, 1960 It’s been an amazing week in music. Beach House confirmed their new album Bloom, a summer tour, and yesterday, they released their lead single “Myth.” Sufjan and Rosie are collaborating on a Split 7″, half of which, titled “Where Were You?”, was released. Sufjan/Son Lux/Serengeti have released […]

Interview: David Lisser – ‘The Future 2, 3 & 4’
27th January 2012

David Lisser is an artist working and living in Newcastle where he graduated from Newcastle University in Fine Art in 2009. He is based at the Newbridge Studios in the city centre where he was recently involved in ‘Response: A Rural Urban Conversation’ with Visual Arts in Rural Communities (VARC). Since June 2011, he has been artist in […]

Interview: Julia Tryon
16th January 2012

  THB recently did a studio visit and interview with Newcastle-based artist, JULIA TRYON and talked about her upcoming site-specific installation at Open Shop’s Stairwell Gallery, opening this Friday, January 12, at 6pm.   Julia Tryon’s work often blurs the distinction between photography, sculpture and painting, through the deconstruction and reconstruction of photographs of the […]

We are pleased to announce that our annual conference title will be ‘ReCreation, where we hope to explore the dynamics of art, faith and practice through lectures, discussions and a complementary exhibition. As The Holy Biscuit Community continues to grow to incorporate a wide range of artists from a variety of ages, backgrounds and training, […]

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