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A surfeit of socks? The impact of the First World War on women correspondents to daily newspapers.
(Edinburgh University Press., 2002-03)
Why drawing, now?
This article takes the question 'why drawing, now?' as a speculative way to enter the debate on the relationship of art to different understandings of community. Drawing offers a paradox around the place of art in society. ...
Ladies ‘doing their bit’ for the war effort in the north-east of Scotland.
(Women's History Network, 2015)
My son’s primary school class recently undertook a project on the First World War. One of the topics that the children could choose to study was ‘Women in the War’ and the usual subjects were included – nurses, VADs, ...
Altering a fixed identity: thinking through improvisation.
(University of Guelph, 2012)
"Replacing artist with player as if adopting an alias is a way of altering a fixed identity. And a changed identity is a principle of mobility, of going from one place to another…" (Kaprow, Essays on the Blurring of Art ...
Drawing paper 8.
(MIKE'S STUDIO, 2015-06-01)
Drawing Paper, the free newspaper based gallery concerned with contemporary drawing practice returns. Our 8th issue was curated and produced in collaboration with Anne Douglas, Kate Genever and Amanda Ravetz.
Walking in unquiet landscapes: layers of human settlements in the hills of Aberdeenshire.
(Tate Publishing, 2016-01-04)
Other traditions run through depictions of the British landscape, below and beyond romantic idealisations. Here, Anne Douglas and Chris Fremantle trace the layers of human settlements in the hills of Aberdeenshire.
Research papers: leading through practice.
Artist as Leader is a programme that aims to understand the ways artists lead through their practice with a view to informing and developing a critical understanding of the role of creativity in culture. There are two ...
The appearance of women's politics in the correspondence pages of Aberdeen newspapers 1900-1914.
(Taylor & Francis, 2002)
A newspaper’s ‘Letters to the Editor’ column represents its readership in an unique way and can provide a useful ‘thermometer’ with which to measure the extent of critical debate and discussion a particular issue generated ...
Experiential knowledge and improvisation: variations on movement, motion, emotion.
In this paper we position improvisation as a way of knowing that is experiential, pivotal to the body’s movement and growth in the world. Improvisation allows us to manage the constraints and freedoms of a world rich in ...