From subsidised studio and accommodation to one-on-one mentoring sessions, here we spotlight a selection of residencies that provide support to artists across the UK and beyond.
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Puy Soden graduated from the University of Huddersfield in 2011. We talk to her six months on from leaving undergraduate study.
Jennifer Picken has been working with a-n since her MFA studies at Newcastle University, and continues her role in the Communications and Partnerships team working remotely from Amsterdam – where she has a studio. Here she maps her alternative working routes through undergraduate study, from volunteering to mentoring and beyond.
Exhibition, residency and bursary opportunities for artists across the UK and beyond.
‘Ladders for development’ argues that the visual arts sector should pull together and support small visual arts organisations cut by Arts Council England because they “punch above their weight” and provide vital development of future artists. Six months on, Dany Louise interviews these arts organisations again, to find out how they’ve fared and what their futures hold.
Based on interviews with curators Sarah Brown and Laurence Sillars, Lara Eggleton uncovers the nature of their relationships with exhibiting artists and the processes they use in curating two high profile exhibitions with cash prizes and media attention attached.
Jon Wakeman asks, is All Points North acting like The Premier League?
A survey of commissioning projects and public art consultancies around the UK.
For one evening in October, Edinburgh’s Collective Gallery brought together six artist-led studio groups and galleries for an Artists’ DIY Soapbox.
Jack Hutchinson speaks to volunteers at Surface Gallery, an independent, artist-led gallery and studio complex in Nottingham. Its expansive programme involves exhibitions, talks and residencies.
Three years after graduating from Glasgow School of Art photographer Elizabeth Wewiora discusses her career path so far and takes us along for the ride.
Through a letter published in the Sunday Telegraph, 2 October, a consortium of arts bodies including a-n called for inclusion of arts and culture in National Planning Policy Framework.
Manchester-based artist Jacqueline Wylie is researching ways in which artists use social media.
Andrew Bryant discusses a new series of events that take Artists talking ‘out of the virtual and into the actual’.
Over the past five years, the words Turning Point have been read, heard, written and spoken with increasing frequency by people in the visual arts in England, but for many individual arts practitioners, in particular, the origins and activities of Turning Point remain a bit opaque. This briefing paper is for them and for anyone interested in understanding more about what Turning Point is and does.
New developments in the gallery sector.
Now in its fourteenth year, Deptford X is counting down a programme of events that will build towards the Olympic and Paralympic games in 2012.
A selection of projects, residencies and exhibitions taking place outside the big cities this autumn.
Elizabeth Wewiora looks at allotment-based practice among contemporary artists.
Current professional development support schemes for visual artists in the UK.
Highlights from this year’s degree show reviews.
A selection of post-graduate study routes on offer across the UK.
A tour around some of the UK’s open studios and artists’ open house events taking place this autumn.
Led by curator Vicki Lewis and artist Katherine Clarke (muf), the We Are Artists, How Can We Help? action research project questions the presence of artists as a model in regeneration. What does the artist gain? Is there a benefit swap between the artist constituency and their neighbours?
Artists talking Online editor Andrew Bryant talks to Nicola Dale about collaboration, blogging and a dislike of loose ends.