Updates and writing from the 2019-20 a-n Writer Development Programme featuring eight a-n members.
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Announcing the eight a-n members who will be taking part in our programme that supports writers to develop their skills in arts journalism and critical writing.
a-n is inviting applications for its Writer Development Programme 2019-20, which will run from October 2019 to March 2020.
a-n is seeking applications from a-n members for its 2019/20 Writer Development Programme, now in its third iteration following successful programmes in 2015/16 and 2017/18. DEADLINE IS NOW PASSED.
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The second a-n Writer Development Programme is underway. Over the next five months or so, this blog will include a bit of commentary and plenty of writing by the eight participants.
With participants based across England, Scotland and Wales, the 2017-18 a-n Writer Development Programme includes three workshops led by professional writers and editors beginning at Spike Island, Bristol in October.
a-n is inviting applications for its Writer Development Programme 2017-18, which will run from August 2017 to March 2018.
Following the progress of the five writers taking part in the first a-n Writer Development Programme.
Five a-n members have been selected for the inaugural a-n Writer Development Programme.
a-n is inviting applications for a new Writer Development Programme, led by a-n News editor Chris Sharratt.
2021 has been an exciting year for Bath based artist and a-n member Hannah Murgatroyd. The restrictions that lockdown imposed provided an opportunity to pause and reflect, leading to substantial changes in her approach to painting. She embraced a more […]
34 UK disabled artists and companies have received over £715K in funding from Unlimited to develop their work. We take a look at the work of five a-n members who have received awards as part of the 2021 programme.
Nine artists selected to take part in UP Projects and Flat Time House’s free programme exploring socio-political issues, community-oriented practice and/or public contexts to develop their practice whilst collaborating with others.
From:January 27, 2020
To:March 24, 2020
Location:North West England
a-n is partnering with three Manchester-based art and design organisations on a programme of professional development sessions for artists that will take place in the city between January and March 2020.
Creative Scotland is running a £400,000 pilot programme to support five of Scotland’s artist-led spaces to explore the best ways to sustain artist-run and collectively organised activity. Glasgow-based artist and writer Jessica Ramm considers the questions that will be asked.
As part of our 2019 bursaries programme, a-n is offering one-to-one support to Artist and Arts Organiser members through a series of coaching sessions with a coach accredited by the a-n Visual Arts Coaching Course, or mentoring with one of our visual arts mentors.
Five a-n News writers based in Eastbourne, Leeds, London and Glasgow pick the top five UK exhibitions they’ve seen this year.
For its 10th edition, Liverpool Biennial’s theme asks ‘Beautiful world, where are you?’. The 2018 programme offers diverse answers in the form of artworks including healing gardens, ‘plein air’ paintings, politically-charged video work, New Wave cinema, and ancestral-style stencilled wall drawings.
News briefing with national and international stories, including: Creative Scotland in crisis as two board members resign over regular funding decisions; EVA International announces final list of artists for Ireland’s biennial.
Six a-n writers – based in Glasgow, Manchester and London – pick, in no particular order, their top five exhibitions of the year.
a-n’s Granted professional development programme of workshops and seminars for artists and visual arts freelancers launches a new strand this autumn, working in partnership with Medway Council’s Recreate project, and offering one-to-one advice for the first time.
What are artists’ associate programmes and what do they offer within the broad landscape of artists’ professional development? What should artists consider before applying? Based on extensive research into sixty arts organisations across England, Scotland and Wales, this guide by Dany Louise offers artists help in thinking through the various options available to them.
John Wood and Paul Harrison exhibition launches 18th edition of Stroud’s contemporary arts festival.