News briefing with national and international stories, including: Southbank Centre to stop advertising with Daily Mail following ‘homophobic’ column, and Education Secretary suggests arts and social science tuition fees could be cut.
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Report highlights challenges faced by artists and other freelance professionals working across Scotland, with continuing issues relating to artists’ fees.
As part of a broad range of research around artists’ fees, a-n commissioned arts writer and researcher Dany Louise to investigate sources of advice within and external to the visual arts that offer guidance on fees and payments to artists.
In the run up to the launch of the Paying Artists Campaign, a-n has published two new research reports covering international models for artists’ fees and the history of Exhibition Payment Right in the UK.
A speaker from New York’s W.A.G.E. campaign joined Glasgow-based artists this week to talk about the ‘non’ payment of artists’ fees. a-n reports from Glasgow.
As a-n/AIR’s Paying Artists campaign prepares for the launch of its Exhibition Payment guide on Wednesday 12 October, we take a look at some of the key moments in the campaign’s history, highlighting the rich and varied dialogue with artists and the wider visual arts sector that has informed its recommendations.
While strategies to pay artists better are forging ahead in the UK, this vital issue is also on high on the agenda in some other countries. Susan Jones reports on Working Artists: aspects of art and labour, a recent conference in South Korea which she also spoke at.
This week, representatives from across the fields of labour, sociology, economy, law, and arts administration, come together in New York to write the policy for W.A.G.E. Certification.
How do artists fare when they show work in publicly-funded galleries in the UK? New research commissioned by a-n and AIR looking specifically at artists’ experiences reveals the gulf between the expectations of artists and galleries.
News briefing with national and international stories, including: Tate Britain launches new series of Late at Tate Britain nights for 2018, performance artist Toto Kisaku given political asylum by the US; ICA Philadelphia becomes first museum certified by W.A.G.E.
Artist Catherine Bertola is concerned that HMRC’s new ‘Making Tax Digital’ proposals, which the government claims will make tax administration more efficient and easier for taxpayers, will result in additional administrative pressure for many artists and self-employed freelancers with low and erratic incomes.
Artists whose work has been published in a UK book, magazine or TV programme are eligible for payment through the Design and Artists Copyright Society’s annual Payback scheme.
Over £4 million in royalties to be redistributed to artists and their estates for the re-use of published artwork.
Why do so many artists get asked to work for free, so often? And what’s the best way for an artist to deal with these requests, and ensure they’re financially secure and their work is valued? Michelle Aldredge explores the problem and encourages ‘mindful decision-making’ as a way forward.
Arts Council England has set out its agenda for arts investment for 2015-18, and alongside an announcement that the National Portfolio Organisation budget will combine Lottery funding with government grant-in-aid for the first time, ACE also says it is expecting NPOs to pay artists fairly.
The Design and Artists Copyright Society warns that artists could face a loss of income following changes to licensing mandates, and is urging artists to compete an online survey as part of its work to secure payments.
Research by a-n shows a continued decline in paid opportunities for artists.
Public meeting in Glasgow to address the need for artists’ exhibition fees.
While the Olympics has helped highlight artistic, as well as sporting achievements, much still needs to be done to create sustainable careers in the arts.