A forum seeking to address our increasingly fragile ecology of arts, culture & media from a range of perspectives.
Arts organiser - a-n The Artists Information Company
This blog is a development from my blog Walking with the Waste Land. I have a number of new walking projects developing over the next year which will now feature in this blog.
A journal recording the life of the Dissenters’ Gallery – a unique and unusual space located in the Kensal Green Cemetery
Now open for registration!
Supporting the development of professional art practice
This is a series of interviews conducted as part of the Critical Perspectives series at Teesside University Fine Art
S.M.I.I.F 2016 (Sculpture, Moving Image, Installation, Folkestone) Threads, a DIY Gallery based in Folkestone have selected six Artists from a free, International, Open Call to Artists working in Installation, Sculpture and Moving Image (Projection, video art, data mapping) created in […]
‘There are no black skins, there are no white skins. Human skins are just different shades of orange.’ Neil Harbisson. The British-born artist Neil Harbisson’s rare form of colour blindness and resulting appendage which enables him to hear colour was […]
The Royal Birmingham Society of Artists (RBSA) has announced a brand new festival for 2016, opening up the world of printmaking to artists, beginners and families. Printmaking is an art form in which an image is made on a block, […]
The Fine Art course at Wolverhampton is an intensive studio-based programme where staff and students work alongside each other, supported by technical workshops, theoretical engagement and a wide range of study visits and opportunities to promote and exhibit your work.
This is a community based walking group which is using walking as a research tool for locating TS Eliot’s the Waste Land and selected other poems in Margate. Please feel free to join us for our next walk in Margate.
In February 2016 I was a resident at Flux Factory and at Residency Unlimited, in New York. Each week I posted a blog and this is my last instalment.
a snapshot of the thinking and behind the scenes of Stoke-on-Trent’s contemporary visual art gallery
I have started running a cafe with my husband since May 2015.
We have been organising community art and music events for all ages. The engagement has been very valuable to my own practice and same goes for my musician partner.
An exhibition of metal point work at arthouse1 Bermondsey by Susan Schwalb and Erika Winstone.
Art Gallery and creative event space, Middlesbrough
Following the progress of the five writers taking part in the first a-n Writer Development Programme.
Three artists start a new gallery project
Hazlehurst Studios is a not for profit CIC based in Runcorn, Cheshire.
Republishing a selection from my writing on the Guardian. Collectively, these texts raise issues and concerns about the visual arts infrastructure, arts policy and conditions for artists’ creativity.
Flow Contemporary Arts to deliver training on behalf of lightsgoingon
Art in Bearpit is a pilot programme of commissions and events developed for the Bearpit in central Bristol, produced by Hand in Glove in 2015. The Bearpit will play host to a series of unusual interventions and encounters, interrupting the everyday life of the city.
Art Noise is a dynamic, brand new resource hub. The project, established in 2014, is focused on the visual culture and art education of South East Artist community. It is about promoting and developing opportunities for international students and young artists based in Brighton.
Over the past five years our arts programme has predominantly been southern-centric, and we wanted to address this. Now that Supernormal is in its sixth year and successfully functioning as an organisation, we have been looking to expand our networks […]
What happens when you take the scoring system from one iconic European cultural event and apply it to another?