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As students are increasingly engaged with us, we've created a route into our site that signposts you into some useful stuff and into areas where art and design students are talking about their practice and courses.
The new a-n website is on its way! Centred around a professional environment for conversation with fast routes to news, reviews, blogs and resources. Find out more »
Stepping out as a new artist after graduation? Signpost gives you the right advice to test your mileage.
Be part of this unique snapshot of the UK's art and design degree shows by advertising in a-n's online Degree Shows Guide 2014. Read on »
These interviews will have a new home on our new website, pooled as research for future reference. There will also be more graduate interviews starting 2014.
Painting walls and research-based practice, Laura Reeves »
Italian baptistries & resonance of voice, Sylvia Law »
Mexican tree frogs & sculpture, Faye Green »
Electronics in San Francisco, Nick Thomas »
Painting plus six-months in Dresden, Bartosz Beda »
Scotland & Venice and curator/artist relationships, Claudia de la Pena »
RSA New Contemporaries and origami sculptures, Hannah Imlach »
Repercussions of a degree with Peter Martin »
On documenting using paint and exploring the medium, Puy Soden »
'Welcome to the jungle' University of the West of England graduate, Zanne Andrea »
More room to re-approach a working practice, Ryan Hughes »
New beginnings new departures, Natalia Komis »
Step ladders and other pivotal moments, Janey Muir »
The pottering typist Rebecca Strain »
The son of an antiques dealer James Clarkson »
The anonymous artist Tom Duggan »
Postcards from Italy with Rebecca Cusworth »
Artists at different career stages in discussion:
Robbie Lockwood with Stefan Szczelkun »
Richard Layzell and Hunt & Darton »
Ellie Harrison with Jordan McKenzie »
Yoko Ishiguro with Fiona Templeton »
Katharine Meynell and Aaron Williamson »
Barby Asante and Sonia Boyce »
"Sharpened thinking around employability of graduates of visual and applied arts BA courses"
Report on professional practice in current UK undergraduate courses by Q-Art London's Sarah Rowles, The Lay of the Land: current approaches to professional practice in visual and applied arts BA courses »
a-n's director Susan Jones introduces Rowles' research, Life after art school »
PLUS Professor Tom Davies, Staffordshire University, responds to approaches to professional practice in visual and applied arts courses in Flying a flag »