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Lively, topical news, reviews, features and debate around the environments for visual arts practice.

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October 2001

Michael Forbes on photography and Yinka Shonibare discusses career development with Lucy Wilson. Alan Rogers on relocating to Italy, Julia Dogna-Brazell shows in Israel; project reports from Sweden and Norway. Birmingham Art Trust profiled plus interview with creators of artists’ book Coldcoffeex. Focus on professional development strategies and resources. Read on…

September 2001

Insider account of Battle of Orgreave, Abigail Reynolds discusses audience participation. International Ceramics Festival in Aberystwyth; an exhibition resulting from exchanges between North West of England and European cities. Zarina Bhimji discusses the need to work without deadlines or commission agendas. NESTA awards in the news.  Read on…

August 2001

Paula Rego gets by with a little help from her friends, while Melanie Jordan favours collaboration. East meets West at the 49th Venice Biennale as Gothenburg opens its first. Report on corporate collections, painting and photography reviewed and impact of foot and mouth on the craft market assessed. Read on…

July 2001

What was the impact of Year of the Artist? Susannah Silver assesses its' legacy. Laurence Ward on community projects feeding into practice and Taslim Martin on enjoying a multi-disciplinary approach. Funding routes for emerging artists uncovered and residencies in Finland, USA and Australia examined. EMACA profile plus Plenge Jakobsen visits Denmark. Read on…

June 2001

International work from Harrell Fletcher on the West Coast of America, Gavin Wade and Aleksandra Mir. 'From Hull to Poland' an artist's experience of exhibiting abroad, Julie Read outlines her residency experience in Basel. An overview of Arts Catalyst's role in dialogue between art and science. Read on…

May 2001

Michael Zimmer's private performances and non-sculpturural objects. Berlin artists collaborate with businesses, advice for lens-based artists, and what's on in South Africa's 'little New York'. Funeral rites at Turnpike Gallery and the Roundhouse, while a challenging contemporary art market flourishes outside London. Read on…

April 2001

Artists save the world? Emma Safe on ecological approaches.  Belfast performance festival profiled and Kira O'Reilly on using live art to investigate gender. Film and Video Umbrella uncovered and Neil Purcell explores Independent Artists Network. David Mackintosh on his productive process plus reviews from Nottingham, London, Brighton and Leeds. Read on…

March 2001

London reviews, Lothar Götz at Gasworks and Li Yuan-Chia at Camden Arts Centre. Locality, context and collaboration feature in research on New Genre Public Art by Gill Melling and Sarah Bennett. Clerkenwell award recipients are highlighted, Creative Scotland Awards in the news. Artist's story from Pat Naldi.  Read on…

February 2001

The artist-led scene in Los Angeles and San Francisco explored, Transit Space and Live Art Development Agency profiled. Highs and lows of Liverpool, with ten artists in a tower block and Marion Coutts resident at Tate. Andrew Tims delves into handbags and Doug Fishbone creates an edible installation. Read on…

January 2001

Curator Sophie Hope on Italian residency programme plus highlights from French artists showing in Scotland.  Emma Safe examines role of community arts in urban regeneration and artists discuss working with NHS Trust. Three painting shows reviewed plus photo biennial in Wales. Shauna McMullan on working with text, topography and urban plans. Read on…

December 2000

Ceramicist Taslim Martin discusses working with industry, a report from Clay 2000 conference on ceramics in architecture. Cultural exchange and collaboration explored between Bulgarian and UK artists, in news ACME investigates socio-historical impact of artists in the East End of London. Jenny Brownrigg reviewed at Grizedale. Read on…

November 2000

Anya Gallaccio on site-specificity and sensuality, painter Deidre King on getting started, Roy Exley on paint, process and colour. Mark Beasley considers temporary and permanent public commissions. Artists' books and textiles reviewed; Grayson Perry and the art of protest; Alison Wilding's floating sculpture casts off. Read on…

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