Frances Lord explores Michael Marriott’s career and practice which involves exhibition design, curating, writing, product and furniture design and installation.
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Frances Lord profiles Linda Florence, who creates wallpapers, flooring surfaces and interior textiles for domestic and commercial interiors, as well as temporary installations in transient materials.
Chris Brown introduces a rulebook to guide you through the whys and wherefores of artist-led activity.
Introduction to Artists’ strategies and self-management
Text-only version of a-n Research paper: Art work in 2007 with live weblinks.
Professional development opportunities are widely available, ranging from cash awards to advisory sessions and critical debate.
Although it is sometimes considered that having an individual studio space is the aspiration of artists, for those who need to use expensive specialist equipment for a limited or specific period, gaining access to a workshop facility with technical support to hand is sometimes the better option.
Sonya Dyer’s publication questions assumptions about non-white artists, curators and administrators that shape the current diversity landscape, and suggests alternative ways forward.
Since November 2006, Arts Council England has been asking all across the land to add their views on the public value of the arts.
One of the main tendencies in public space has been to minimise risk providing mini-cities in which risk has been all but removed.
Over 4,300 practising artists are already benefiting from AIR
Twelve leading artists and writers are included in a new book addressing the creative process in contemporary performing arts.
Debra Savage’s case study-based research into the realities of professional artistic practice.
“The UK’s leading information and advocacy organisation for artists and their collaborators”, a-n, a newsletter and ‘artists information company’, has become so grossly over laden with the argot of management consultancy.
As a former teacher now working for the past five years as a gallery educator and also a freelance artist I have been interested to follow the a-n proposals on artists fees.
This is a response to John Boshoffs letter in August.
Artists comment on the Arts Council’s Turning Point Strategy.
In order to ensure their fees keep track with their level of experience and the general rate of increases in costs of living and overheads, Septembers a good time for artists to review their approaches to budgeting and charging.
Jane Watt outlines the core strengths of NAN and looks to the future.
Paul Matosics letter (June issue) raises important issues for all artists for whom operating professionally is vital.
A Code of Practice takes commonly-agreed principles of good practice and demonstrates why and how they should be applied.
Paul Stone on east London based organisation Cell Project Space that across three sites encompasses gallery, studios and internship programme.
Artists motivations when working in the public realm.
Mike Stubbs examines some issues facing artists.
In November, some forty representatives of directors, visual artists and writers from thirteen European countries met in Amsterdam for a conference organised by EURO-MEI.