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Rosemary Shirley is Interface editor, she writes about art for magazines, websites and galleries, she teaches at Goldsmiths, Birkbeck and University of Sussex.
This month, Interface editor Rosemary Shirley's selection highlights recent visual arts activity in the north of England, showcasing both the variety of artistic activity in the region and wealth of user-generated writing by contributors to Interface. Subscribers read on…
Feature, a-n.co.uk November 2011
Rosemary Shirley reveals how www.a-n.co.uk/interface can be integrated into teaching and used effectively by students on practice-based visual arts courses, art history and curating courses. This guide is punctuated by a series of four exercises that that can be integrated into a variety of student learning activities. Read on…
Guide, a-n.co.uk June 2010
Southampton City Art Gallery's collection, which includes work by Turner and Monet and an impressive line-up of twentieth century British artists such as Antony Gormley, Rachel Whiteread, Chris Offili and Gillian Wearing, is under threat from the city council proposal to sell parts of it off to fund a new heritage centre. Subscribers read on…
News, a-n Magazine February 2010
NAN Scotland event at Gracefields Arts Centre, Dumfries, 12 September 2007 Subscribers read on…
News, a-n Magazine November 2007
Country living puts a spotlight on artistic activity in rural locations. Rosemary Shirley's opening essay explores her frustration with the dominance of urban culture and assumptions often made about artistic practice that takes place outside of it. She highlights practices that embrace the many and varied experiences of the 'rural', with examples of artists' projects engaging with the everyday to represent and uncover ways of living largely invisible to mainstream culture.
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a-n Magazine October 2007
Rosemary Shirley explores her frustration with the dominance of urban culture and assumptions often made about artistic practice that takes place outside of it, in an a-n Collection that puts a spotlight on artistic activity in rural locations.Subscribers read on…
Publication in html, a-n Collections November 2007