A new Collaborative Doctorate Award devised by Warwick University and a-n, and funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, has been awarded to Brighton-based artist Emilia Telese.
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Announcing the recipients of a-n’s latest professional development bursaries which will enable 25 members to benefit from advice from one of five visual arts mentors, and a further 15 members to remotely access a series of coaching sessions with an accredited coach.
a-n is supporting 15 places for its members to remotely access a series of coaching sessions with an accredited coach, and 25 places to remotely access advice from one of five visual arts mentors.
A crowdfunding campaign has been launched by V22 to help fund London’s first creche in an artists’ studio complex.
The inaugural edition of the £100,000 award aims to raise the profile of mid-career women artists via an exhibition at a major art gallery outside London.
What does 2016 have in store in terms of conferences and events, exhibitions, art fairs and festivals? We take a month-by-month look at what the year has to offer – and we’ll be adding new events for later in the year as they’re confirmed.
As part of LeftCoast’s Creative People and Places professional development programme, a-n will be delivering four workshops in July, including two brand-new pilot sessions on project management and freelance strategies.
As International Women’s Day 2015 approaches, we highlight talks, events and performances taking place through the UK in the days preceding and on Sunday 8 March.
Our selection of what’s on highlights for the next seven days, drawn from postings by a-n’s members on the site’s Events listings section.
Why is gender inequality still rife in the visual arts and why are so many women in the arts still ‘scared’ of feminism? As a new exhibition opens at the artist-led Airspace Gallery in Stoke, Dany Louise is looking for answers.
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.
a-n’s programme of professional development workshops and seminars for artists and visual arts freelancers continues this summer with new events just announced in Stoke-on-Trent and Nottinghamshire.
a-n’s popular professional development programme, designed to give artists and visual arts freelancers the confidence and know-how to move their practice and projects forward, continues into 2014 with a series of seminars and workshops in Manchester, Stoke-on-Trent and Leicestershire.
Axisweb announce three sessions that explore next step strategies for new artists after graduation.
Announcing three professional development training workshops for artists and visual arts freelancers taking place in Middlesbrough this autumn, as part of a-n’s collaboration with Navigator North.
Stepping out as a new artist? a-n’s new Signpost publication tells you what you need to know, and where to find it.
Artsmart, a three-week festival of events, activities and workshops aimed at helping students get to grips with the creative industries, launches in London.
Eight artists who were in Venice courtesy of a-n’s Go and see bursaries, pick some of their favourites from the hundreds of shows taking place throughout the city.
Working internationally is key to the development of many artists’ practice, but without gallery representation the hurdles are considerable. With the 55th Venice Biennale soon to open, we speak to three artists – including one showing in Venice – about the challenges of working abroad without a gallery, and also get the views of an independent curator.
More artists will experience the Venice Biennale this year, thanks to a-n’s Go and see bursaries.
With high volumes of applications already in, a-n announces two new supporters of bursaries to artists in their area.
With prize money totaling over £10,000, the four winners of the Salon Art Prize 2012 have been announced.
What do the recent Frieze Art Fair acquisitions by Tate, funded by philanthropic contemporary art fund Outset, tell us about the art market, the place of artists within it and the influence these organisations wield? A painter and non-Frieze exhibitor writes.
Artists and the wider visual arts community ask questions and share their views on Twitter in the Great British Artists’ EU Referendum Debate.