My work is mostly about perception: the way we look at the world, building up an image of the whole from different fragments.
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Jane Watt speaks to Nina Pope and Karen Guthrie about their practice, the Bata-ville project and working with Commissions East.
Paul Glinkowski talks to Mark Beasley at the start of his Fellowship at Kingston University.
Catherine Wilson profiles inIVAs achievements over the last decade.
One of our very early issues laid bare the public arts funding routes. The feature took the form of a twisted neuronal-type structure, revealing Parliaments funds to the Arts Council of Great Britain at the top and the precise money […]
Evaluation of The artist’s development toolkit by Linda Ball – who wrote and researched it – reveals widespread approval of both contents and usability. Our first interactive practical guide, the toolkit was generated through collaboration between a-n and APD (Artists’ […]
In January, we welcome in Angie Binns as our new Communications and Sales Team Manager. She comes to us from Theatre by the Lake in Cumbria, where as Marketing Manager she was responsible for a substantial customer interests survey and […]
Artists Matthew Hearn and Sarah Warden have recently organised a programme of exhibitions in their studio entitled PRACTICE. Nearly a year after having acquired the space they decided to turn studio into exhibition space and make both their work and […]
This month our Financial Assistant Robin Bootes says hasta luego (in very poor Spanish) to the a-n office, as he embarks on a seven-month career break to the exotic climes of South and Central America. We wait with baited breath […]
The economic and social impact of cultural festivals in the East Midlands of England in 2002.
Key findings from 2003 audience research document, commissioned by ACE from the Office of National Statistics
Contents include: Features: investigation of the relationship between art and language, the issues affecting artists in Afghanistan and lasting collaborations for jeweller Mah Rana. Summary of trends in artists jobs and opportunities over 14 years. Group shows reviewed at the […]
Chris Ofili has designed the logo for next years celebration of African arts and culture across London. The logo design rotates the silhouette of Africa fifty-two times, once for every country in Africa, with the map rotated around Cape Town, […]
The Life Lines landmark public art commission by international artists Vong Phaophanit and Claire Oboussier will be launched in February. The fifty-four metre long dynamic sculpture will translate the ever-changing sounds, weather and movement of people in Southend-on-Sea into a […]
Established in 1988, London-based Delfina Studio Trust provides the largest international residency programme in the UK. Of thirty studios, twelve are allocated as an award that provides artists with studio space and related facilities free of charge for one or […]
H.arta, an artist-run space in Timisoara, Romania, celebrated its three-year anniversary in December. The organisation whose name is a play on words, in that harta is the Romanian word for map was established to overcome the limitations young […]
A collaborative video work, Exquisite Corpse was initiated by Rachel Cornish as part of a body of work that examines what it means to be here and now. Cornish was joined by Charlotte Bernstein, Liliana Lopez, Stormsmith Nomi, Eileen Bonar, […]
The Scottish Arts Councils submission to the Scottish Executives Cultural Commission describes artists in a key role in future plans. Amongst a significant wants list, SAC would like; a country where artists are valued, and encouraged to work internationally and […]
Myfanwy Johns won the £2,500 Indigo Art Prize, a new opportunity promoted in a-n Magazine and on www.a-n.co.uk. Launched in September by Indigo Art the UKs leading suppliers of bespoke artwork to interior design projects within the hotel/leisure industry […]
The primary aim of A.a (Artists aid), an artists support organisation co-directed by Sophia Crilly and Nicola Siddons, is to establish communication and networks between artists in Manchester and environs. It brings together practising artists to discuss their work and […]
A group of Brighton artists have got together, taken direct action and converted an empty industrial unit in Hove into a brand new studio space. APEC (Art Producing Economic Community) is a demonstration of what can be achieved when a […]
The reputation of Newcastle-based design consultancy Blue River was enhanced in November following recognition in a prestigious worldwide design industry bible. Beverly Hills based design guru Terry Stone, who chose Blue Rivers work for the book said: Blue Rivers work […]