Paul Stone explores the wide range of International residency options available to artists and offers a framework for considering what you might want from a residency.
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Introduction to different kinds of residencies and what they have to offer for creative and career development.
Andrea Ronan outlines some UK residencies including what sponsors or residency programmers may expect in return for the fees, studios, materials and accommodation on offer.
Kate Brundrett draws on her knowledge of national and regional support schemes for artists revealing the range of business and professional development advice available. In addition, she suggests key questions and issues that an artist might consider in assessing the most relevant support at a particular point in their career.
Emily Druiff and Sophie Hope discuss independent practice in relation self-initiated curator and artist-led projects.
Sarah Thelwall reveals that there is not one art market but several different ones. These markets are very different in terms of the artists, gallerists and collectors who participate and develop them. This Art market tour articulates the main markets and looks at what drives them.
Jane Watt looks into the world of academic research and examines research opportunities for artists within institutions and the UK higher education system.
Stephen Palmer explores the issues surrounding artists and their studios – from finances, time and work patterns and location to group set-ups and DIY options.
Paul Glinkowski looks at the UK studio landscape, highlighting successful new studio models. He also offers advice to artists wanting to set-up their own group.
Susan Jones explores the way artists interact with audiences through projects and schemes which involve social or environmental contexts.
Lucy Kimbell looks at how artists and arts organisations can work with businesses and the pros and cons of such collaborations.