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Editorial – 2006 February

Notions of sharing knowledge and experiences – both good and bad – are inherent within those who seek continuous improvement and development in their artistic practices.

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a-n Magazine November 2005

Contents include: Ilana Halperin on volcanic remains and ephemeral islands. Spotlight on artists’ fees and payments research, plus awards and commissions for craft makers. ‘Merrie campers’ in felt tunics strut their stuff at Coniston Water – but do you really […]

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Artists’ rates of pay

a-n’s research in 2004 defined a good practice framework on fees and payments to artists, that is supported by Arts Council England. The following annual and day rates are suggested from 1 September 2006. Experience level Annual £ excluding overheads […]

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Good exhibition practice

Encouraging a consistent attitude to quantifying the value of artists across the exhibition and gallery world.

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Furthermore

I have just read ‘More than just a residency’ in June’s issue of a-n magazine. I couldn’t agree more. Over the years I have seen an increase in public/private schools advertising for artists and really they are asking for free […]

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Residency response

As the current resident artist at Bootham School in York, I would like the opportunity to respond to a letter printed in the June issue of a-n magazine where this post was discussed. I feel that the information listed in […]

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Grants for the arts

Also under the microscope has been Arts Council England’s Grants for the arts programme. This has been dubbed in Annabel Jackson Associates’ evaluation of the 2003/04 scheme as “a brave and radical initiative that has transformed grant making [but that […]

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Funding strategies

Arts Council England cuts clients whilst remaining “brave and radical”.

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Editorial – 2005 March

The rolling out of a-n’s frameworks for good practice in artists’ fees and payments continues apace. Already referenced in The Guardian and Arts Professional, the fees and payments research is further endorsed by Arts Council England with Senior Visual Arts […]

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DCMS Art Market Inquiry 2005

In February, contributions were invited by a Parliamentary Select Committee from key visual arts organisations to an inquiry into DCMS’s support of the art market, in particular into “ways of supporting and encouraging living artists and the production of new work”. 

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New research

Thanks to a partnership with Arts Council England, we’ve extended the portfolio of material freely available on www.a-n.co.uk around artists’ fees and payments. Now included is in-depth research by University of Newcastle in artists’ fees and payments and the attitudes […]

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Art work

Artist’s jobs and opportunities 1989-2003

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The Audition Curtain and The Infinity Finder
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Art work

A-n Director of Programmes Susan Jones reviews artists’ jobs and opportunities over the years.

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Editorial – 2004 November

We’re publishing a raft of new content this month and, to emphasise that a-n is much more than a monthly magazine and entice readers to visit our website regularly, much of the new material will be exclusive to www.a-n.co.uk Freely […]

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Additional resources

Additional resources have been published since a-n launched its Code of Practice for the Visual Arts. Launched in June, The artist’s development toolkit provides self-reflective material for artists at all career stage and for art and design students, enabling them […]

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Right to art

A timely essay published in June was designed to create a public debate around The Right to Art Campaign, launched last year by VAGA (Visual Arts and Galleries Association) with a coalition of colleagues from across the visual arts sector. […]

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Editorial – 2004 September

A new Demos report (See ‘Right to Art’ in News) argues that “the contribution of visual artists to the economy is underestimated and misunderstood” and is vital reading for artists who need to keep up–to–date with the political developments that […]

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Research news

[a-n] The Artists Information Company is now appointing a research team to undertake a major study into fees and payments for artists. Supported by ACE, this project forms as part of a new portfolio of materials to illuminate and complement […]

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July 2003

Speaking about Liverpool’s success in being selected to host City of Culture in 2008, Chair of the judges Sir Jeremy Isaacs commented that this city’s proposal had won because it “scored more goals” than the people’s choice bidder, Newcastle and […]

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Budgets

A budget is an essential tool for any artist planning a new project, making a funding application or drawing up a business plan, while a-n’s Exhibition Payment Guide asks artists to provide a clear exhibition proposal and budget in advance of negotiation. This guide by the Cultural Enterprise Office in Glasgow offers straightforward advice on how to construct and manage a simple budget.

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Quick guide to proposals

a-n’s Exhibition Payment Guide says artists should make sure they provide clear evidence of their work and experience when approaching a gallery with a proposal. This quick guide offers advice on the main areas to consider when developing a proposal, and includes tips on what to include when responding to an approach from a gallery or making a speculative pitch.

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Assessing opportunities

Artists and advisers identify key questions to ask to help sift the good opportunities from the mediocre, and the downright mendacious.

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A guide for new curators 

Juan Bolivar, an artist and curator, explores the history and practice of curating, and provides ten key questions for independent curators and artists to help guide you in developing your first exhibitions. Bolivar’s painting practice runs parallel to his curating practice; first initiating TRAILER (2001-05) – an artist collective utilising temporary locations to stage exhibitions – and since, going on to curate over 40 exhibitions as an independent curator.

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