I had two works, ‘Position Vacant’ and ‘But when she went there the cupboard was bare’, selected for the ‘Housebound’ Instagram project, ‘Housebound’ curated by artist Susan Francis and hosted by Andover-based Chapel Arts Studios.  The exhibition features a series of rooms, with selected artists for each room announced every Friday and their works profiled across the following week. On 26 May, AN featured the exhibition as one of the week’s top online exhibitions. You can view a discussion about the exhibition by featured artists at www.instagram.com/casartists.

 

  

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I will be participating in Jelly’s ‘Meet the Artist’ talks on Zoom on Friday 21 August. Everyone is welcome. Please see the link below for more information and tickets.

 

 

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/meet-the-artist-heather-mcateer-tickets-113522641276?aff=erelpanelorg

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I have been taking part in ‘Belong’, an online collaborative project created by the Jelly Associates Artists Programme. Works have been made by participating artists as a 'blind collaboration’. The first successful project with the theme of “Breath’ is now being followed by ‘Room’. It is hoped that a physical exhibition of this project can be held at a future date.

 

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I have been selected as one of the recipients of Jelly’s ‘At Home’ artist residencies 

funded by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. Twelve home based collaborative residencies that will take place over the next three months starting at the end of June 2020. I will shortly be sharing work from my project, ‘Touching From A Distance’ on here and also via my Instagram account: www.instagram.com/heathermcateerart

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