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a-n Magazine

July 2005

Black art examined, school residencies debated and Andy Hewitt and Mel Jordan show in Venice. Performance art reviewed in Dulwich plus work sited at Fairfields hospital. Focus on east England with news of Contemporary Art Norwich and East International. Arts funding shake-up.

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Contents include: Black art examined, school residencies debated and Andy Hewitt and Mel Jordan show in Venice. Performance art reviewed in Dulwich plus work sited at Fairfields hospital. Focus on east England with news of Contemporary Art Norwich and East International. Arts funding shake-up. PDF version [size: 6.2Mb]. Requires pdf reader.

a-n Magazine July 2005

Editorial

 
Editorial - 2005 July

This month sees the second in the a-n Collections series published. Subscribers read on…

Editorial, a-n Magazine July 2005

Artists stories

Hewitt and Jordan

We set out to work with other artists and curators as well as those people with whom we collaborate on the site of our projects. Subscribers read on…

Artists story, a-n Magazine July 2005 as ‘Gangs’

News

African influence

For Africa 05 taking place across Britain through spring and summer, many cultural institutions are putting on shows and events linked to the continent and the Diaspora. This is the biggest celebration of African culture ever organised in Britain… Subscribers read on…

News, a-n Magazine July 2005

 
Arts funding shake up

Following on the tail of proposals in Scotland and Wales that would drastically curtail the powers of the arts councils there comes news of a review in Northern Ireland. Under threat is the UK’s ‘arm’s length’ principle of arts… Subscribers read on…

News, a-n Magazine July 2005

Black art examined

A new publication edited by David A Bailey, Ian Baucom and Sonia Boyce provides a comprehensive illustrated look at the history of the Black arts movement. Thirteen essays in Shades of Black: assembling Black Arts in 1980s Britain examines the… Subscribers read on…

News, a-n Magazine July 2005

 
Conference calls

A symposium organised by International Photography Research Network (IPRN) planned for 9-11 September led by curator Bas Vroege will focus on critical evaluation of photographic commissions, including insights into IPRN’s work in progress… Subscribers read on…

News, a-n Magazine July 2005

Eastern promise

The East of England is the focus for two new major visual arts celebrations in July. At The Old Church in Rishangles, Suffolk, Laura Godfrey-Isaacs of Home presents the St Margaret Church Ale Performance Festival. Set in the inspiring historical… Subscribers read on…

News, a-n Magazine July 2005

Encounters

The University Museum of Zoology in Cambridge will be the location of a major exhibition by members of The Sixty Two Group of Textile Artists. Running 20 August – 24 September, the show will highlight a broad range of textile work including… Subscribers read on…

News, a-n Magazine July 2005

 
Future forecast debates

The first of a-n’s Future forecast think-tanks takes place in July. Hosted by Chisenhale Gallery, London on 11/12 July with an associated reception at Cell Project Space, this special event will be chaired by Richard Bingham, Head of Policy and… Subscribers read on…

News, a-n Magazine July 2005

 
Future forecast updates

The first of a-n’s Future forecast think-tanks takes place in July in London – see News. The event has been developed from Future forecast: future space published in May, the event is chaired by Richard Smith-Bingham from NESTA and will… Subscribers read on…

News, a-n Magazine July 2005

 
Networking and celebratory opportunities

See a-n at this year’s New Designers from 30 June to 3 July at London’s Business Design Centre in Islington. As the largest and most stimulating graduate design event in the UK, every year New Designers presents emerging design talent from… Subscribers read on…

News, a-n Magazine July 2005

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