Summary of research into international visual artists’ representation by April Britski, Director of Canadian Artists’ Representation/Le Front des artistes canadiens (CARFAC).
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On 11 February 2012, Firstsite, Colchester, hosted AIR’s first annual members forum. OpenAIR asked participants: how can artists effect change and what will this look like?
Artists shaping the world is a hot topic at the moment. Jack Hutchinson asks: can artists effect change and what will this look like?
This letter regarding the Artist’s Resale Right appeared in The Times, December 2011.
AIR member Rosalind Davis, mixed media painter and graduate from the RCA, discusses her thoughts on the new coalition government and how cuts to arts funding will affect her personally.
Since 2009, AIRTIME events for artists have enabled them to both explore their approaches and strategies for their practice and to access information and networking opportunities.
Formed last year following meetings of nationally-focused visual arts and membership bodies, the Visual Arts UK Alliance aims to provide an umbrella and consultation forum for the development of visual arts strategies.
AIR – Artists Interaction & Representation welcomes the opportunity to contribute to the workforce development plan for the visual arts.
In November, AIR celebrated its two-year milestone and the launch of the Artists’ Insurance Policy (AIP) with a gathering for artists and the art world. Held in the Art Café at London’s Toynbee Studios, AIR Advisory Group member artist Mitra Memarzia presented her take on the value of collective action.