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Do you work with other artists, practitioners or experts in other fields? Does your work change and evolve from each different situation? Explore the ways in which artists practices are expanding and developing in response to collaborators and communities.
Surviving as an artist means negotiating the artworld on your own terms. Whether you're an artist-curator, blogger or you just want to establish a reasonable charge rate, read about taking the production, promotion and critique of art into your own hands.
Financial expert Richard Murphys practical framework to demonstrate how visual artists can take responsibility for their working arrangements and establish, and make a case for, their charges and fees. Download pdf [Size 234KB].
An interactive version of this publication can be found as The artists fees toolkit at www.a-n.co.uk/toolkits
Good practice October 2006
Your working environment can be key to what you produce, whether the view from your 'studio' is rolling hills or whatever you can see over the top of your laptop. These publications tackle the tangible and intangible spaces in which artists are operating.
According to the billboard-sized text panel at the entrance to Global Cities, shown at Tate Modern this summer: More than fifty per cent of us now live in cities and according to the United Nations this number is set to rise to seventy-five… Subscribers read on…
Publication in html, a-n Collections November 2007
Ive been working in and around transdisciplinary practice for the last twenty years now, and have found it to be a fertile and stimulating ground both for those working consistently within it or just passing through, Ive just noticed that only recently has it started to become fashionable. Subscribers read on…
Publication in html, a-n Collections October 2006