Art Gallery and creative event space, Middlesbrough
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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?
As part of PEAK, a contemporary art initiative in the Black Mountains, Wales, Rebecca Spooner reports on a weekend exchange visit from studio artists based at Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridgeshire.
Artists Markets in Stamford, Lincolnshire. East Midlands
The trials and tribulations of a middle aged arts administrator trying to get to grips with a brave new world…
Excellent opportunity to showcase your work in our Summer exhibition, with a £15k prize fund and the potential to become this year’s winner…
This is the diary of the remaining two years of a unique part-time fine art degree as it closes. It will enable us to record significant moments and, particularly, to celebrate the success of our students.
A small, voluntary community group based in Manchester. ArtAnon work within the local community to deliver creative workshops and curate public exhibitions to celebrate collaborative achievement.
An artist lead stone carving symposium based in Mamallapuram, Tamil Nadu, India.
The theme of the project ‘The Levels and Moors’ aims to reflect the landscapes in Somerset and the organisation hopes that artists will create work specific to this and offer a unique artistic response to the visitor.
I have spent months trying to organise a large inclusive art event and I am finally winning
Art Across The City takes place twice a year, commissioning temporary and permanent public art across Swansea, Wales, UK. The latest commissions open on 6th September and include Juneau Projects, Jacob Dahlgren, Laura Sorvala, Matthew Houlding.
Art Across The City 2013 is an exhibition of contemporary public art across the City of Swansea. Commissioned and curated by Locws International, the exhibition presents five new commissions by Sinta Tantra, Olaf Breuning, Pete Fowler, Philip Cheater and David […]
Recording the experiences of artists taking part in Rules and Regs in Yokohama, hosted by STSpot. -Ira Brand-FrenchMottershead-Noriyuki Kiguchi-Matthew Morris Each artist will spend one month (17/1-17/2/13) making new work in response to a set of Rules designed to challenge […]
Art Across The City 2012 is an exhibition of contemporary public art located across the City of Swansea, with twelve artworks on show by a diverse selection of international and UK-based artists, 29 September – 11 November. There are five […]
This blog documents my research into the relationship between psychology, the arts and technology between 2010-2012. For current projects please see www.vanessabartlett.com For details of the exhibition Group Therapy: Mental Distress in a Digital Age please see the FACT website […]