About PractisePractice

The practisepractice collective grew from an exhibition of the same title in 2010 in which 12 Artist/Teachers responded to aspects of their dual identity as creatives and educators through their own research and practice. is a continuing exploration of that research.
The original exhibition was conceived as opportunity for artists working in education to explore their own practice through personal responses outside the educational context. The creative research responses were comprised of painting, ceramics, printmaking, drawing, photography, artists' books and mixed media work.

The title 'PractisePractice' was chosen to reflect the discipline and routine of both the educational institution and that of artistic process. In balancing the roles and responsibilities in educational settings, the artist can easily fade into the background. If education is to be inspiring then facilitators must have the opportunity to respond and communicate t…

Between The Sheets Artists' Book Exhibition 2017

Technê: Crafting Technology

Peazine: The Visual Essay as #6

Thinking // Making: Does making help creative thinking?

Artists' Book Exhibition in Western Australia

Mapping Collaboration

Dave's educational blog

iJADE Conference 2014

Blog on Blog....

iJADE Conference 2014

rhizomes 03

rhizomes 02

practisepractice UK gathering

viewing the rhizome site under way...

Peazine Project

Communities of Practice

MAAT 2012 Exhibition

the rhizome

exploring 3D drawing...

artist/teacher collab workshop

new work (fragments)


peazine blog....

testing & folding sub(stance) 2009/2010

PractisePractice: the exhibition