Welcome to FMG Arts. We are a Sheffield based voluntary-run webzine. We provide online content on all areas of creative content from the visual arts to film.
We were founded in January 2013 by Calum Crowther & Alexandra Cavaye whom both studied Fine Art at the University Of Derby and are currently doing their MA at Sheffield Hallam University.
We have also created group and solo exhibitions across the UK, working with a number of arts organisations and continue to search for new opportunities.
If you would like to write for our webzine, have your work featured or be a part of one of our FMG Arts films, please visit our opportunities page or alternatively email email@example.com
We are always looking for passionate creative people to work with.
Calum Crowther was born in Sheffield and attended the University of Derby where he studied Fine Art and defined himself as a photographer. Since graduating in 2012 he has exhibited in London and across the UK, featured in Aesthetica Magazine, as well as completing commissions for established galleries such as WW Gallery. Alongside his artistic practice Calum has also interned at S1 Artspace and worked at Surface Gallery.
Calum is currently studying for his MA at Sheffield Hallam University and developing the abilities to teach at degree level.
Calum loves cycling, cooking, design work, photography, films and music.
His favourite artists are Jeff Wall, Caravaggio, Andreas Gursky, and Lucian Freud.
Alexandra Cavaye was born in Milton Keynes and attended the University of Derby initially beginning her studies in Photography, though later on changing to Fine Art. Alexandra specialized in Film and Installation whilst studying and has continued to be an extremely ambitious individual, having interned at Axis Web, ASOS and teaching arts and photography in the USA.
Alexandra is also studying for her MA in Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University.
Alexandra loves cooking, yoga, travelling, food, films, feminism and reading.
Her favourite artists are Mika Rottenburg, Matthew Barney, Susan Hiller and Tacita Dean.