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As part of providing better services and more benefits, we develop and sustain partnerships with organisations across our sector.
Newtown-based Oriel Davies has joined the Interface bursary scheme that by supporting travel costs for reviewers, encourages and nurtures new critical writing on contemporary visual arts.
Oriel Davies' Matthew Richardson said: “As a gallery that is geographically isolated, and that shows new and often challenging work, Oriel Davies needs different channels to reach individuals and audiences who might not otherwise see or engage with the programme. To this end, the value of critical writing and reviews within Interface is extremely important".
Other Interface bursary providers include Chinese Arts Centre Vital Festival, Forma, Film and Video Umbrella, Glasgow International, Tate Online, Turner Contemporary and Whitstable Biennial. To find out more about how to partner on Interface bursaries, contact email@example.com
The national AIRTIME programme that aims to support artists' professional development through networking and information is enabled through partnerships, making participation free to all visual and applied artists who book a place. Final-year art and design students seeking advice on making the transition to artist are also welcomed in.
Organised by a-n on behalf of AIR - Artists representation, our series partner is DACS the Design and Artists Copyright Society. Partnerships in delivery with universities and arts organisations for each event ensure each responds to local and regional contexts and needs. New partner on an AIRTIME events are welcomed contact AIR@a-n.co.ukNEW IDEAS
We're always on the look out for research partners for our projects and programmes.
First published: a-n.co.uk December 2009
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