Lauren Velvick

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Lauren Velvick is variously a writer, curator and/or artist based in the North of England.

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blue writing, scribbles and sketches on a piece of white paper

New Experimental Art Writing Group

17.06.2024

A close-up photograph of four pies which have been covered in gold leaf positioned on a white plinth.

Place Matters…finding home

05.05.2024, by Harpreet Kaur

An installation view of Courses for Dis-Courses by Roo Dhissou showing a laid table with a royal blue tablecloth and stools in different colours, the walls are painted pale peach with a mural of a snake in the same royal blue as the tablecloth curling around the room.

Courses for Dis-Course(s): Roo Dhissou

25.02.2024, by Niall Farrelly

A group of adults and young children sit on the floor with a selection colourful paper and pencils.

Mothers Apart

03.02.2024, by Lara Eggleton

A black and white photograph of Mekons, a group of young white people in 1979 justling with each other, drinking and smoking

Substack Preview: Amrit Randhawa & Marcus Barnett on subcultures across the North from the 1970s to now

26.10.2023, by Amrit Randhawa & Marcus Barnett

Photograph of the exterior of The Farmer's Arms with bunting.

Autumn announcements: new team members and fundraising ventures

24.09.2023, by Lauren Velvick

a collage of Rave night flyers collected by the artist and presented under Perspex, illuminated from the back.

Rachel Riggs: Ravenous

30.07.2023, by Chantal Oakes

Photograph of a field of daisies taken from a low angle.

The Farmer’s Arms: Corridor8 behind the scenes & away from the screen

14.07.2023, by Lauren Velvick

Photograph of a stone carving from Warrington School of Art which says 'School of Art' in sandstone with carvings of fruit and plants above.

Arguments About Art Schools

04.02.2023, by Bob Dickinson

Illustration by Millie Chesters showing a figure completing a series of different tasks in six panels

Juggle and Keep Receipts: on current conditions for working artists and arts workers

03.11.2022, by Tom Taylor

A composite image showing a painting by Lucy Wright on the right and a photograph of Analogue Farm on the left.

And you too have come into the world to do this: a conversation about Analogue Farm

08.10.2022, by Lucy Wright

An installation shot from Cyberjunk: Quantum Crash at IMT Gallery: A lifesize figure stands in the foreground of a gallery, the figure is zombie-like and includes robot elements. In the background a rug is mounted on the wall.

Amrit Randhawa in conversation with John Powell Jones

03.06.2022, by Amrit Randhawa

Photograph showing two of Dean Kennings 'crawlers' face one another

Dean Kenning: Evolutionary Love

14.04.2022, by Anthony Ellis

An image of the exhibition being discussed showing work by Andrius Arutiunian

Uncertain Data

30.09.2021, by Leah Binns

Two papier mache masks sit on a white shelf which is mounted on a white wall. One is white and one is red, and they appear to be demons or folkloric figures.

Short Supply: MADE IT 2021

28.09.2021, by Grace Edwards

Lazy Liaisons

16.07.2021

A forest is shown in low sunlight, as though in winter or at dusk. The image is in shades of dark brown, green, blue and orange where light strikes the trees.

Barnaby Bright: New Commissions

17.06.2021, by Neil Greenhalgh

An older white man with white hair, glasses and wearing a checked shirt is facing away from the camera and writing on kitchen cabinet doors using paint markers. There is multi coloured writing all over the cabinets and a box of markers in the foreground.

Widening Participation? In conversation with two recent graduates

28.05.2021, by Lauren Velvick

A photograph showing many pipes and industrial infrastructure on top of a building.

Unveiled: open submission roundup of reopenings

09.05.2021, by Corridor8

Unveiled: callout for reopening plans across the North

12.04.2021

Cover of The Lockdown Gazette, with blue background and colourful geometric shapes snaking across the page.

Reset or rewild: perspectives on future arts infrastructures

13.02.2021, by Dr. Susan Jones

small child grasps large red block in art exhibition

The Indoor Park

10.12.2020, by Tom Whyman

My Reality, Your Reality, Its Reality and Shirts

03.12.2020, by James Schofield

photograph of white-walled gallery space with a black sofa face six paintings

Gordon Dalton: Dead Reckoning

09.10.2020, by Neil Greenhalgh

a still image of a 3D render of a gallery space showing stairs leading up from the floor the viewer is on

Emerging Accessibility: Post-viral programming and disabled audiences

24.09.2020, by Izzy Kroese

A swirled ornate bread on a pale green background.

An Art Editor’s Manifesto

23.09.2020, by Lara Eggleton

Colour illustration from the 1800s showing sea anemones

Same Ocean

28.08.2020, by Nick Stephens

What is the future? Reflections from Blackburn

21.05.2020, by Laura Brown

A black and white image showing crossed legs and an elbow. The image is zoomed in so the flesh might be rocks or pebbles.

Shuttered: Short Reflections on Closed Exhibitions

28.03.2020, by various contributors

What We Don’t Talk About When We Talk About The Artist-Led

07.03.2020, by Jack Welsh

A vibrantly coloured painting of two Black women sitting and talking animatedly at a table.

Creative Conversations: Black Women Artists Making and Doing

29.02.2020, by Mandla Rae

People gathered in a light-filled gallery for a performance.

In their own words: New Contemporaries artists on using language in their practice

20.01.2020, by Lara Eggleton

A colourful painting. It features a group of five black men and women in a blue and red room, with an arched window looking onto the sea. The characters interact at a bench, some seated and some standing. One woman has a goose head.

Political Activism in Paint: an interview with Lubaina Himid

06.11.2017, by Siobhán Forshaw

A view from the street into gallery windows.

Things, Money, Art, Work, Class

11.04.2017, by Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau

A photograph of a northern train station platform in the UK.

Editorial: Creating a Cultural Corridor

25.10.2015, by Lauren Velvick

Poor Souls’ Light anthology launch ft. M. John Harrison, John Rylands Library

14.02.2015