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About Oliver Braid

Oliver Braid is an artist based in Glasgow selected as one of Scotland’s most promising new visual arts practitioners as part of Collective Gallery’s 2011 New Work Scotland Programme and currently based at Ironbbratz Studios. He studied Fine Art at University College Falmouth and Glasgow School of Art, where he completed the Master of Fine Art programme in 2010. Over the past twelve months he has presented solo exhibitions of his work at The Royal Standard, Liverpool; Collective Gallery, Edinburgh; The Mutual, Glasgow and BBC Scotland, Glasgow. Throughout 2012 he is co-hosting a weekly pop-philosophy radio show with the artist Ellie Harrison, The Ellie & Oliver Show, through Culture Lab Radio, Newcastle and is involved with the artist’s therapy group Artist Anonymous.

Ironbbratz Graduate Residency Programme Opportunity – Calling All Creative Graduates!

Ironbbratz CIC & Studios are pleased to launch our annual Graduate Residency Programme. We are now accepting submissions for our residency opportunity from September –April 2012/13. The deadline for submissions is Friday 3rd August 2012 by 5pm. Ironbbratz Graduate Residency … Continue reading

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TOWI-IB HIATUS- TOWI-IB HIATUS- TOWI-IB HIATUS – TOWI-IB HIATUS – TOWI-IB HIATUS

BREAKING NEWS. For immediate release. Sunday 6th May 2012. 18.30hrs. It’s my sad duty to tell you that THE ONLY WAY IS IRONBBRATZ has been put on hiatus. I can’t say any more about this right now, but hopefully we’ll … Continue reading

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THE ONLY WAY IS IRONBBRATZ: Episode Eleven – All About ****

Sadly Episode Eleven had to be removed due to some serious controversies. My baaad. 😦

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THE ONLY WAY IS IRONBBRATZ: Episode Ten – Boiz ‘n Blurs

If you have been around Glasgow this week and you’re interested in contemporary art I’m sure that you’ll have been caught up at some point in the blur of Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art party fever. For the last … Continue reading

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