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18 January 2012
Joseph Ingleby has recently been commissioned to undertake a series of works to be sited in front of the new Bulwell Riverside building, a joint services facility for Nottingham City Council. ‘Waterland’ will consist of five pieces in steel and copper, creating sculptures inspired by Bulwell and the microscopic natural forms present in the River Leen adjacent to the site. The commission is funded by Arts Council England and is due to be installed in Spring 2012. See drawings and models.
27 September 2011
The next course will take place the weekend of 29th-30th October 2011; for further details see Lectures and Courses page.
26 May 2011
The next course will take place the weekend of 25th-26th June 2011; for further details see Lectures and Courses page.
18 May 2011
The RBSS has redesigned and relaunched its website. Featuring What’s On listings for current exhibitions as well as a members’ directory and profiles, the new site provides an overview of the organisation’s activities. www.rbs.org.uk/artists/joseph-ingleby
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9 May 2011
With generous assistance from the National Fund for Acquisitions, the University of Stirling Art Collection has recently purchased Joe Ingleby’s Reservoir Tap (above). This outside steel sculpture is a welcome new addition to the permanent Art Collection, and will already be familiar to many, since it has been on loan to the University since 1995.
Read more in the University of Stirling’s Issue magazine (PDF).