ANTHONY HEYWOOD BA [HON’S] FINE ART PGCE RBS HEA
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BORN:11/12/52 WEST HARTLEPOOL, CO DURHAM
CURRENTLY HEAD OF SCULPTURE UCA UNIVERSITY FOR THE CREATIVE ARTS CANTERBURY KENT UK
2008 I was commissioned for ’made in england’ arts- council/BBC natioanwide Made in England Made in England is a project dedicated to exploring how England – the place and the people - is expressed through creative and artistic forms. This is a joint venture between the BBC and the Arts Council. Commissioned by BBC TV to make a sculpture ’pegasus 5’ for a new production of Jaqueline wilsons story ’dustbin baby’ to be filmed at Hatfield house. sept 08 work to be principal feature of story broad- cast spring 2009.
2009 IMPACT 08 a series of workshops and seminars AHRC and arts council funded looking at audience engagement, completed in con- junction with Liverpool university, Liverpool bienalle and European city of culture. Report published autumn 09.
2009 Invited to exhibit ‘earth elephant 1’ and 3 other works at Scu- lpture by the sea bondi November 09 an international sculpture ex- hibition indoor and outdoor. Along the Sydney coastline Australia.
2010 ‘Sculpture Now’ an exhibition of contemporary practice Her- bert Rread galley UCA Canterbury 18th march -1st april 2010 In 2010 the Sevenoaks Kaleidoscope Gallery hosts a series of exhibi- tions reflecting on the venue’s name – Kalos (Beauty), Eidos (Form) and Scopos (The Watcher).
2010 Sculpture inside at the orange regional gallery 149 Byng street, Orange, NSW Australia 2800
2011 Worthing museum and art gallery one person show with 11 new sculptures feature times higher Ed 2011 flux flow flight Orleans gallery Richmond upon thames
LONDON 2012 OPEN WEEKEND IN DOVER, 23rd JULY 2011
Tabula-Fortis in Pace;The table
A monumental Table, constructed by a team led by sculptor Anthony Heywood in collaboration with Uwe Derksen using timber from demolished, iconic Dover buildings and inspired by Brancusi’s Table of Silence built in Romania in 1937.
“Tabula – Fortis in Pace” (2011 onwards), otherwise known as “The Table,” performs functions traditionally associated with the table while simultaneously maintaining an aesthetic role as a sculptural object.