Carolyn Black profiles the intensive ideas laboratory run by PVA MediaLab.
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Rosemary Shirley visits Reading-based gallery and studio complex Open Hand Open Space and discovers what makes the organisation tick.
a-n staff have been involved in a flurry of creative activity lately making the most of the flexible part-time working and artist-friendly policies at a-n. Stephen Palmer has just completed his six-month residency at Northern Print and The Solution […]
Chris Noraika discusses the pros and cons of working outside
of the commercial gallery stable system.
Gillian Nicol explores the gap between the expectations of artists and others of ‘alternative’ activity.
Yorkshire ArtSpace in Sheffield is hosting a national conference on 22 July on artists’ workspaces. Aimed at artists’ studio managers and others who work with studio groups, the intention is to expose good practice and demonstrate policies that are helping […]
Dany Louise reports on the Urban Ecologies seminar in Liverpool, and highlights recent projects which have successfully engaged with urban issues whilst balancing artistic aims and community involvement.
The bumper issue of [a-n] Magazine this month has a distinctly digital flavour with a critical overview of recent net art and a profile of evolving new media consortium SCAN that aims to promote emergent, collaborative and experimental practice. In […]
Jeni Walwin, investigates Blast Theory an innovative, yet pragmatic artist-led company that’s proving to be inspiration for many artists working in performance and new media.
Jessica Loseby searches the net and discovers what’s what and who’s who on the internet art scene.
Phyllida Shaw explores the role of grant making trusts, foundations and charities.
As a new exhibition reveals, a box is so much more than six bits of wood. ‘Celebrating boxes’ is an artist-led project the brainchild of boxmakers Peter Lloyd and Andrew Crawford that launches at the Harley Gallery Worksop […]
A UK network of organisations that help arts and crafts practitioners with their professional development, Creative People is due to complete its pilot period in June. An initiative of the Arts Council of England, the establishment of Creative People in […]
Recent developments at the APT studios and gallery at Creekside in Deptford are establishing it as one of the most exciting artists’ workspaces in London. And artist-run Temple Arts Group in Bethnal Green is establishing links between the London art community and residents in the East End.
Artist-run Temple Arts Group (TAG) is based in Bethnal Green, east London. The six members James Dean, Samantha Denny, Helena Koumbouzis, Rebecca Odgers, Kate Williams and myself are all practising artists from a variety of disciplines including sculpture, […]
Aikaterini Gegisian examines the art scene of south east Europe.
Down town Regardless of your artistic persuasion the New York art scene is probably the most seductive in the world, with the possibility of wealth and influence promised by the American art dream. As someone whose artistic and curatorial interests […]
Introduction to different kinds of residencies and what they have to offer for creative and career development.
This profile looks at the activities of Littoral, an arts trust promoting new creative partnerships, critical art practices and cultural strategies in response to issues about social, environmental and economic change.
Mark Leahy looks at Ivan Smith’s intentions for his Fellowship in Sculpture at University of Derby, funded by the Henry Moore Foundation, and its role in his career development.
Roddy Lumsden talks to artist Joshua Sofaer about the differences between performance and live art, audiences, and finding funding.
Angharad Pearce Jones explores the sprawling career of Tessa Fitzjohn, providing an insight into her successful work/life balance.
Sorcha Dallas profiles Transmission, the Glasgow-based artist-run gallery, that was established in 1983 by graduates of Glasgow School of Art.
The Contemporary Art Society (CAS) supports the museum collection of contemporary art. Hugh Adams investigates the society’s aims and activities and offers advice on making an approach to CAS.
A guide by Paul Stone on how to successfully plan, develop, manage and promote an artist-led event.