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ACE Wednesday

On 30 March, Arts Council England announced the winners and losers in the new National Portfolio Organisations (NPO) for funding 2012-15. Here's a-n's take on what's happened, the likely impact on artists, independent arts professionals and the arts ecology as well as highlights from some of the many comments and discussions that are in train. Read on…

Feature, a-n.co.uk April 2011

 
Bites from the blogs

This month's bites. Subscribers read on…

News, a-n.co.uk April 2011

Future art and design under threat

In March, AIR - Artists Interaction and Representation - put its weight behind calls for art education to be accessible to all, following a survey in which 95% of its members gave hearty support to the view that art education should be accessible "irrespective of background and financial status". Here we outline AIR's campaign and the survey's key findings to provide evidence for artists to use. Read on…

Feature, a-n.co.uk April 2011

 
Travelling hopefully

The end of the art and design academic year is often the time for travel and other ways of broadening horizons. Here's a few of the many options around and about. Subscribers read on…

News, a-n.co.uk April 2011

Work-a-thon for the self-employed

Ellie Harrison's latest project 'Work-a-thon for the Self-Employed' will take place at Toynbee Studios, London on 13 June as part of the Two Degrees festival. Subscribers read on…

News, a-n.co.uk April 2011

 
ACE cuts to existing visual arts organisations

This list is of existing visual arts RFOs  not being taken on by Arts Council England as National Portfolio Organisations and whose grants will be cut from 2012/13.

a-n says these ACE cuts will severely damage artists' initiatives in England, impacting on the livelihood of artists and future vitality and sustainability of the visual arts. The visual arts is artists.
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Information, a-n.co.uk March 2011

 
ACE National Portfolio Organisation grants

The visual arts organisations the Arts Council has selected for funding as National Portfolio Organisations.

ACE's decision to prioritise big lottery-funded galleries over smaller-scale and production-based venutures will impact severely on artists' livelihoods. a-n calls on all these funded galleries to allocate fees and payments to artists in support of the critical mass to guarantee that quality visual arts will emerge in the future. Read on…

Information, a-n.co.uk March 2011

Art and learning

Education and community projects engaging artists and audiences across the UK and Europe. Subscribers read on…

Feature, a-n.co.uk March 2011

 
Bites from the blogs

This month's bites. Subscribers read on…

News, a-n.co.uk March 2011

 
Cultural leadership move

The Cultural Leadership Programme (CLP) established five years ago closed at the end of March. Subscribers read on…

News, a-n.co.uk March 2011

Gallery developments

Openings, closures and relocations of art spaces around the UK. Subscribers read on…

News, a-n.co.uk March 2011

 
Photography celebrated

The 2011 Sony World Photography Awards due to be announced on 27 April in London is the highlight of the London World Photography Festival. Subscribers read on…

News, a-n.co.uk March 2011

Funding the arts locally

Local authority cuts as seen from the frontline of visual arts providers. Subscribers read on…

Feature, a-n.co.uk February 2011

Residencies and collaborations

A selection of projects that focus on the development of artists' practice and their engagement with local communities.
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Feature, a-n.co.uk February 2011

APT funding

Artist Parents Talking (APT) supported by a-n and a NAN Go and See research bursary, has successfully bid for £7,147 from Arts Council England's Grants for the Arts. Subscribers read on…

News, a-n.co.uk February 2011

New directions for the arts

Speaking at the Culture Change conference in January, Arts Minister Ed Vaizey called on arts organisations to embrace new technology as a resource to engage and develop audiences. Subscribers read on…

News, a-n.co.uk February 2011

Arts cuts bite

In advance of 2012's arts cuts, some important production organisations supporting visual arts' practice will shortly close. Subscribers read on…

News, a-n.co.uk February 2011

 
Visual arts vulnerable

The majority of RFOs across art form have an annual income of less than 500,000, whilst they only receive 8% of the income of all RFOs. Subscribers read on…

News, a-n.co.uk February 2011

 
Audiences ripe for online digital interaction

A new report from MTM London for Arts Council England exposes the potential for greater audience development in the arts through digital media. Subscribers read on…

News, a-n.co.uk January 2011

 
Field guide to ideas

A pilot initiated by Judith Mottram, Terry Shave and Joanne Lee from Nottingham Trent University's School of Art and Design, 'A Field Guide to Ideas' is a collaboration with former Arts Council East Midlands Visual Arts & Literature Head Alison Lloyd. Subscribers read on…

News, a-n.co.uk January 2011

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