10th Anniversary Artists’ Showcase

To celebrate 10 years of In:Site we created a new online space to showcase the work of the graduate artists involved in the project. Here we showcase 10 makers from the blog archive. You can find more archive content on the In:Site blog and meet more In:Site artists on the You Tube playlist.

See more from the 2022 makers on their showcase page.

The young artist holds up a long piece of fabric showing embroidery of lots of people cycling in a line.

Harriet Riddel

2012 and 2013.
Observational embroidery.

A pine cone with gold decoration on a string.

Stefanie Cheong

2013 and 2014.
Creating jewellery from found materials.

The artists uses a hammer to stamp metal.

Francisca Onumah

2014.
Mark making on metal.

The artist crouches over a memorial stone as she takes a casting.

Jessica Hargreaves

2015.
Casting pewter brooches.

Steam rises from a cast piece of aluminium in a mould.

Richard Maloney

2016.
Portable smelting workshop.

The artist stands next to her artwork, which is hanging on a fence outside.

Danielle Laurent

2017.
Collecting stories.

Small round clay tiles with indents where tools have been pressed into them.

Sarah Christie

2016 and 2017.
Sculptural ceramic tools.

A small enamel tile with a drawing of two people sitting on the grass.

Naomi Clark

2018.
Documenting the space on enamel tiles.

The artist sits on a bench surrounded by furniture made from discarded wood.

Ryan Dilkes

2019.
Furniture from discarded materials.

Two tiny clay hands.

Xanthe Maggs

2019.
Mapping the space with local clay.



Where Next?

Artist: Francisca Onumah

Francisca was part of In:Site 2014

The artists uses a hammer to stamp metal.

Artist: Jessica Hargreaves

Jessica was part of In:Site 2015

The artist crouches over a memorial stone as she takes a casting.

Artist: Ryan Dilkes

Ry was part of In:Site 2019

The artist sits on a bench surrounded by furniture made from discarded wood.

Artist: Stefanie Cheong

Stefanie was part of In:Site 2013.

A pine cone with gold decoration on a string.


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