Come and see the amazing creative work of the Shadowlight Artists during Artweeks. The “Digital Gallery” is based at their own studio at Film Oxford, which is located in East Oxford.
On Saturday 4th May, Sunday 5th May, Thursday 9th May, Friday 10th May 12pm – 6pm
See all the digital films made by The Shadowlight Artists, a talented group of professional artists who all have Learning disabilities. In addition to the films display screens will show paintings, drawings, photography and other work made by the group.
Digital Film Work showing at the Artweeks Digital Gallery.
Mark Barbour – Wake up in a Dream – a personal dance piece exploring a surreal journey of lost childhood. (Screenings include the National Film Theatre, Royal Festival Hall and the Old Fire Station Oxford and International Film Festivals in Mexico, Portugal and Canada and TV broadcast.)
Lucy Skuce – People and Power – “Disabled people are becoming more powerful” – the life of an Autistic Artist living in Didcot (Screenings include the National Film Theatre, Toronto Abilities Festival and TV broadcast.)
Danny Smith – Time for a Change – An intimate look into the life Danny Smith a highly talented artist and photographer with downs syndrome. Screenings include an International Festival in New York, Modern art Oxford and TV broadcast.
Richard Hunt – Invisible paintings – Magical animated paintings from artist Richard Hunt who currently has work exhibited at Compton Verney Gallery in Warwickshire, and was also Broadcast on TV.
Mark Hemsworth – Crowds – An artist with autism explores his relationship to Crowds. Screenings include, Modern Art Oxford, Christmas Light Night in Oxford and TV Broadcasts.
Amber Bratby – Spilt Milk – A video poem exploring gothic horror. Screenings include Modern Art Oxford and Christmas Light Night in Oxford
Russell Highsmith – RIP Thomas & Toby – A drama written and Directed by Russell and starring Performing Arts Students from Abingdon & Witney College, and inspired by 1970’s sitcoms. Screenings include Modern Art Oxford and Christmas Light Night in Oxford
Contact Richard Duriez email@example.com
Website – www.filmoxford.org/artist
Youtube Channel – www.youtube.com/shadowlightartists
Facebook – www.facebook.com/shadowlightartists
Artweeks – www.artweeks.org
A few Quotes from public audiences obtained at Oxford City Christmas Light
cultural event, November 23rd 2012),
“I am so touched by what is being expressed and impressed that these artists have found this particular way to share their experiences, thoughts and take on the world. A very touching insight”.
“I was struck by how she [Lucy Skuce] exuded a power greater than Didcot Power
Station! I actually feel quite inspired to make changes in my life after seeing this
film [People and Power: Lucy Skuce]”.
“I feel like I want to start painting again, I loved it. What a simply creative film
[Invisible Paintings: Richard Hunt]”.
“This is such important work. It must be cathartic to express certain emotions and experiences through film. I am very impressed with the creativity and powerful messages”.
“Completely different. It just goes to show how creative people can be if given the
chance. I wouldn’t know where to start making a film like that”.
Many Thanks to Arts Council England, Oxfordshire Community Foundation, Green Square and St Michaels and All Saints Trust for their support to the Shadowlight Artists