Sustainable Public Art for Coventry and Warwickshire
An experimental, collaborative work of art that publicly manifests as chapters across different media (film, photography, sculpture, performance, installation, events) over the course of a year.
September 27, 2022
Chapter 5 of Hand Earth Gesture Return
This experimental public art installation took place at Coventry Canal Basin 12-17 July 2022. A site-specific collaboration between visual artists from the UK and India: Rachael Champion, Dolon Kundu, Amy & Oliver Thomas-Irvine and Jim Woodall.
September 27, 2022
Lucy Tomlins | Camp, Do We Go Around the Houses, or Do Houses Go Around Us?
Saturday 23 April – Sunday 26 June 2022 | Metropolis, Earl St, Coventry CV1 5RU
An installation comprising three shelters made from mycelium, Portland stone and cob. This artwork offers an innovative way to bring together considerations around sustainable materials with current concerns connected to immigration, homelessness and precarity.
April 11, 2022
A research programme foregrounding collaborative, sustainable and socially engaged practice. A new model for public art in which the build is turned into staged, performative events that the public can witness and participate in. Pilot in development for Coventry, City of Culture.
April 3, 2021
WATCH AGAIN – Hosted by Pangaea Sculptors’ Centre and Henry Moore Institute, this series of online roundtable discussions and in-conversation events with artists, fabricators and academics between April and July 2021 explored the relationship between artists and skilled fabricators.
March 31, 2021
Friday 7 February – Thursday 27 March 2020 | The Holden Gallery, Manchester
Pangaea Sculptors’ Centre and the Holden Gallery are delighted to present Yelena Popova, ‘The Scholar Stones Project’. Working across a range of media including installation, painting and tapestry, Popova’s interdisciplinary project addresses an ongoing fascination with nuclear history and materiality.
January 7, 2020
We are delighted to announce that the Sculpture Production Award 2019 recipients are Katrina Cowling, Liam Fallon, Andrew Gillespie, Suzi Osborn, Yelena Popova and Emily Stollery. Katrina has also been selected to exhibit at the Coventry Biennial this October.
January 6, 2020
Fri 4 October 2019 – Sat 24 November 2019 | The Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Coventry
Artist Katrina Cowling has been selected to exhibit at the Coventry Biennial of Contemporary Art this October, where she will exhibit her new installation Of Brightworks and Edgelands developed with the support of our Sculpture Production Award.
September 16, 2019
Wednesday 11 September, 6.30–8pm | Castlefield Gallery, 2 Hewitt Street, Manchester, M15 4GB
Join Lucy Tomlins, Director of Pangaea Sculptors’ Centre, in conversation with Castlefield Gallery Curator Matthew Pendergast and No Particular Place to Go? – 35 years of sculpture at Castlefield Gallery guest Curators Dr Clare O’Dowd and John Plowman, alongside exhibiting artist Nicola Ellis .
September 10, 2019
Wednesday 24 April, 6.30–8pm | STEAMhouse, 108 Digbeth, Birmingham, B5 6DT
PSC Co-Director Lucy Tomlins with be at STEAMhouse in Birmingham to talk through the process and practicalities of working with a fabricator, how you scope out and specify a job, how these relationships work, and things to consider to ensure things run smoothly.
April 8, 2019
Understanding Process and Practice
A collection of interviews with leading sculpture-related professionals to better understand the world(s) in which they operate, what they do and what their needs are. It aims to disseminate the first-hand knowledge of our interviewees and reveal and contextualise what they do.
October 24, 2018
In Bristol Studio, Great Western Lane, Bristol BS5 9B | Saturday 29 September 2018, 10 am – 6 pm
PSC collaborated with In Bristol Studio to deliver three commissions as part of the Festival of Making 2018.
August 28, 2018
Sulpture as a tool for wider learning.
Encouraging engagement at an early age can teach skills in science, engineering, maths and construction via the back door to children that are better suited to learning about these subjects through practical application.
July 10, 2016
Bermondsey, London | 20 September 2015 – 10 March 2016
Loss of object and bondage to it; Fig. 2 by Frances Richardson is the third public sculpture commission for ‘Sculpture at Bermondsey Square’, a unique opportunity for an early or mid-career artist to work on a major public artwork. Richardson’s sculptural practice is an inquiry into the relationship between embodied cognition of architecture and human agency.
December 13, 2015
London Fields, 3 December 2015
November 30, 2015
PSC’s Project Space, London Fields, London | 2015
The aim of the 2015 programme was to support excellence, innovation and the critical practice of three-dimensional art and to facilitate professional-development opportunities for artists committed to producing ambitious sculptural works.
November 30, 2015
London Fields, 12 November 2015
October 21, 2015
The artist – curator relationship
September 1, 2014
Mile End, London | January 2014
A film screening featuring films and videos selected by sculptors and other artists who are interested in engaging with sculpture through the medium of moving image. It also explored the reciprocal relationship(s) between these two art forms.
March 24, 2014