Following our September Subscriber events at Springhill Institute in Birmingham and Castlefield Gallery in Manchester were out and about around the UK again, as part of our 25 year celebrations. Forthcoming subscriber events are in: Cumbria, Saturday 15 October. An […]
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Weve already had fourteen establishments sign up to our new subscriber package, offered in conjunction with JISC (The Joint Information Systems Committee) within a couple of weeks of its launch and have many more currently taking part in a free […]
Were now halfway through our year-long enquiry into artists practice and aspirations, towards identifying and making the case for better resources to support their future needs. Subscribers can read the Future forecast: Future space edited publication and interviews in full […]
Its part of our role to take knowledge about artists and their practice into consultations and conferences that impact on future cultural planning. Within this, were currently contributing to the national advisory group created by Arts Council England to review […]
Applying for funding? Ever wondered how the experts do it? Rosemary Shirley asked a range of experienced artists, curators and arts professionals to share their top tips for successful funding applications.
ten two zero zero five is a collection of eclectic writings that are embedded within sites of specificity as defined by their subject matter.
William Davies’s contribution to ten two zero zero five, a-n Collections.
Maria Fusco on artist’s books, her contribution to ten two zero zero five, a-n Collections.
Adam Sutherland’s contribution to ten two zero zero five, a-n Collections.
Sally O’Reilly’s contribution to ten two zero zero five, a-n Collections.
Sacha Craddock’s contribution to ten two zero zero five, a-n Collections.
Rob Wilson’s contribution to ten two zero zero five, a-n Collections.
Asks what distinctive, demonstrable economic role do archives, libraries and museums play in a growing world city whose competitive future depends on building a high-productivity, high-value economy which is fair, inclusive and sustainable?
S Mark Gubb takes a look back at the first year of the NAN bursary scheme and the artists groups it has supported, exploring the advantages of knowing that “you are not alone”.
With Arts Council Englands Grants for the arts scheme back after a summer break, a-n engaged a team of experienced prospectors to share their top tips on making successful funding applications. Rosemary Shirley reports.
Exchange between public and private can be difficult as politicians find when arguing for corporate investment into education, healthcare and transport. But what might first appear to be radically different viewpoints are perhaps less so when notions of sustainability […]
Yes we did find your comments quite amusing in our post match knees up. Oh dear, you got it all wrong. Funnily enough on the other side of the bridge the text is in Italian! Oops, there goes your lame […]
Paul OKanes excessively witless review of the excessive wit in my paintings shown at the Borealis exhibition (a-n Magazine September) is just that. Who the hell is this renowned George Blacklock? Renowned for what? Ive never heard of him, nor […]
May You Live In Interesting Times is Cardiffs inaugural festival of creative technology. Taking place across the Welsh capital 28-30 October, the festival has been developed between Chapter and Bloc (Creative Technology Wales) and includes a two-day conference, new commissions, […]
This month sees the international art worlds focus turn to London.
Following a period of research and consultation a new strategic development body, Craft Northern Ireland (CNI), is launched this autumn. Its remit is to develop the creative and cultural resources of the people of Northern Ireland in both cultural and […]
Surreys fourth annual Connect and Create arts conference is on 19 October. Hosted by Surrey County Arts, Culture Me Happy! What is culture and is it good for you? looks at what we mean by culture and how culture and […]
Once we were Africans Black Arts Alliance has commissioned photographer Anthony Jones to photograph ten, black, multi-generational families living in the Greater Manchester area as part of Acts of Achievement, the north west of Englands annual celebration of Black History […]
By the time this article is printed, the ink will almost be dry on the law which will introduce into the UK the most important new right for artists in modern copyright history. From 1 January 2006, and after ten […]
Impressions Gallery in York will relocate after thirty-three years in the city, closing its doors to the public on 29 October after Mariele Neudeckers kindertotenlieder exhibition. For the gallery, which attracts some 50,000 visitors a year, the Grade II status […]