John Stark, Rose Garden, oil on wood panel, 50cm diameter, 2010. Image courtesy of the artist and CHARLIE SMITH london.
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Contents include: Prizes and awards and Commissioning for the future features; Risk and success in art and blogging discussed in Debate; Big picture features Suzanne Moxhay; and in Collaborative relationships Aldo Rinaldi and Katherine Daley-Yates at northcabin. PDF version [size […]
Contents include: Up for Debate, The art of amateurism plus Home office curbs non-eu artists; Lucienne Cole’s socially engaged project at Whitworth Art Gallery in Collaborative Relationships; Michael Shaw is this month’s Big picture – his residency at Davy Markham […]
Frances Lord pulls together themes and strands that emerge from sixteen newly-commissioned interviews, which reflect the sheer diversity of working practice within the applied arts.
Are you thinking of applying for a grant or award? Over £2.3m was openly offered in these categories through a-ns Jobs and opportunities last year. As its a highly competitive activity, weve compiled this guide to making applications, including some top tips from a range of experienced artists, curators, and arts professionals…
Contents include: Is ‘Disability artist’ another label leading to ghettoised work? Notes from FASED’s panel discussion. Susan Jones on artists’ rates of pay. Focus on prizes and awards, new film fund and Midlands-based initiatives. JISC subscription package launched for universities […]
Artist’s jobs and opportunities 2003 – 2005
The Bombay Sapphire Prize 2005 at £20,000, the worlds largest annual award for artists, designers and architects working with glass has been presented to glassmakers Anne Brodie, Ruth Dupré and Louise Gilbert Scott.
Artist’s jobs and opportunities 1989-2003
A-n Director of Programmes Susan Jones reviews artists jobs and opportunities over the years.
Sarah Woodfines Wyoming, 2003 won the £5,000 first prize in the 2004 Jerwood Drawing Prize, announced in September. A collaboration between the Jerwood Foundation, Wimbledon School of Art and the University of Gloucestershire, the prize attracted over 2,000 entries from […]
Designers Shin and Tomoko Azumi featured in our online Signpost: new graduates’ guide to being an artist on www.a-n.co.uk are amongst the shortlisted artists for the tenth Jerwood Applied Arts Prize. Talking in 2002 about their approach, they […]
From over eighty nominations, Robert Adams, Peter Fraser, David Goldblatt and Joel Sternfeld were shortlisted for this year’s Citigroup Photography Prize. The winner is due to be announced on 4 March. Now in its eighth year, this prize has become […]
A wealth of artists’ prizes have been announced recently, including the Jerwood Foundation, Oxo Peugeot Design Awards, Perspective 2003, and the Lexmark European Art Prize (See ‘Prizegivings’ in News). Large sums of money, prestige and publicity are among the benefits […]
An analysis and commentary on artists’ work and opportunities in 2012.
After his first solo show in London this June, Richard Taylor talks to Chris Agnew about MA study, moving his studio practice to Romania, individualising professional practice, plus much more.
A selection of artists’ projects taking place through the summer.
This Research paper forms part of a series that looks specifically at the nature and value of openly-advertised work and opportunities for visual and applied artists. Drawing on data published on www.a-n.co.uk/jobs, this series set out in 2007 to track […]
This Research paper forms part of a series that looks specifically at the nature and value of openly-advertised work and opportunities for visual and applied artists. Drawing on data published on www.a-n.co.uk/jobs_and_opps, this series set out in 2007 to track on an ongoing basis the key categories of awards/fellowships, academic posts, art vacancies, commissions, exhibitions, residencies and competitions/prizes, and by doing so, to identify any trends arising, and provide commentary and contextual evidence and analysis from other related sources, to contribute to arts and cultural consultations and policy.
Supporting the international activities of artists and arts organisations is a key function for many national arts funding agencies. In order to investigate this area of arts policy and identify key issues affecting the programs and priorities of such agencies, the International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies (IFACCA) conducted a worldwide survey in English, French and Spanish, the results of which have been analysed and supplemented by other research and presented in a report.
Explores the affect of the economic recession on the livelihoods of artists in terms of access to employment and career opportunities and raises concerns about how artists’ practice is likely to fare in this period of arts austerity. [HTML format]
Jane Watt looks into the world of academic research and examines research opportunities for artists within institutions and the UK higher education system.
The shortlist for the John Moores 25 Contemporary Painting Prize was announced in July.
Nina Madden explores the myriad of awards offered by the Jerwood Charitable Foundation.
A review of the changing face of work for visual artists using a-n’s regularly researched and published information on jobs and opportunities. Focusing on the main areas of awards and fellowships, commissions, competitions and prizes, exhibitions and residencies, this paper […]