Manick Govinda explores The Arts Foundation’s numerous awards for individual artists and looks at the impact they have on the receipients.
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Frances Lord explores Michael Marriott’s career and practice which involves exhibition design, curating, writing, product and furniture design and installation.
Frances Lord profiles Ismini Samanidou who designs woven fabrics for interior spaces, ranging from one-off pieces to limited edition textiles.
Cynthia Cousens explores the practice of weave-designer Eleanor Pritchard, discussing exhibitions, commissions and Crafts Council support.
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.
Peter Freeman makes light sculptures and installations that articulate public spaces. Kate Stoddart explores his practice.
Helen Knowles, who featured in a-n’s Degree show supplement 98 publication, reviews her progress over the past decade and discusses her current practice.
Charlotte Frost on the various support systems run by Artsadmin, including information about its head of operations: Toynbee Studios, and examples of several projects it has produced with the likes of: Graeme Miller, Station House Opera and Gary Stevens.
S Mark Gubb profiles artist Gavin Wade and his project that aims to tackle the role and function of art.
The International 3 is an exhibition and project space based in Manchester that runs as a not-for-profit company. S Mark Gubb looks at their activities and development.
S Mark Gubb on Birmingham-based Colony, a space inspired by the artist-led initiatives of the 60s and 70s.
S Mark Gubb profiles Studio Voltaire, the first and only artist-led gallery and studio complex in South West London.
Karin studied BA (Hons) Fine Art from 1999-2002 at Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, University of Central England. She now works in partnership with Reuben Henry, both in the residencies they offer at Springhill Institute the studio in Birmingham that they set up in 2003 and embarking on residencies abroad to make their own work.
Lucy Panesars college aspiration was to be a practising artist and part-time college lecturer, and a methodical approach to her career has made this a reality.
Jo Wilson looks at the practice of Adele Prince who, since graduating in 2001, continues to work full-time as an artist on a variety of commissions and exhibitions.
Sara Raza on Grace Ndiritu, a young London based artist who is enjoying an upwards ascent with an impressive portfolio of national and international exhibitions, that present a fresh style of politics and performativity.
Back in 1980 I left Wolverhampton Poly with a BA in ceramics.
Gordon Dalton discusses the career progress of Bedwyr Williams, including Venice Biennale, his Paul Hamlyn Award and having a base in North Wales.
Carolyn Black profiles the Bombay Sapphire Prize and explores the nuances of commercial sponsorship of prizes, awards and commissions.
Art Gene combines a residency programme with links with education and plays an active part in local regeneration.
Out of the Blue has thrived through establishing a diversity of activities and income streams.
Temporary studios can be a useful option for creating project-specific work.
CRATE successfully accessed economic development and regeneration funds to buy a building.
Jane Watt speaks to Nina Pope and Karen Guthrie about their practice, the Bata-ville project and working with Commissions East.
Jane Watt talks to Dalziel + Scullion about their collaborative practice, unusual studio set up and processes involved in their commission for Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital.