Jane Watt profiles PACE, public art commissioning agent for Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital.
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In June 2003 I was awarded the art and science residency at Wysing Arts, Cambridgeshire.
Paul Glinkowski profiles the work of Paul Bonaventura, co-founder of The Laboratory, the research wing of the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art at the University of Oxford, in the fifth article of the ‘Crossing over’ series.
Brigid Howarth talks to Deutsch Bank curator Mary Findlay about the sourcing and buying of artworks for the largest corporate art collection in the world.
Following graduation from the Royal College of Art, I undertook many major public commissions for clients including British Rail, British Gas and Unilever.
Lee Corner interviews Graham Fagen about his commission in Kosovo for the Imperial War Museum.
In 2001 Zarina Bhimji wrote in [a-n] MAGAZINE about preparing to make her first film. Out of Blue, created for and premiered at Documenta 11, is currently being shown at Tate Britain. Here, Manick Govinda describes how a series of timely awards gave Bhimji the freedom to develop new work.
Jane Watt profiles Grizedale Arts, its residency programme and focus on research and process-based work that encourages interaction with the physical and social environment.
Amanda Fielding looks at the activities of Johanne Mills and provides insights into the versatility of the contemporary artist.
Nina Madden talks to Shelly Goldsmith about her career to date, and receiving the Jerwood Applied Arts Prize.
Brigid Howarth takes an in-depth look at the career path of sculptor and new-media artist Ben Coode-Adams, who makes his living from public and private commissions.
Brigid Howarth looks at the career of ceramic artist Kate Schuricht who developed her own business after receiving a Crafts Council Setting Up award.
Manick Govinda profiles Zarina Bhimji and uncovers how two awards have played a pivotal role in her recent work.
David Redhead profiles Muf, a collaborative practice of art and architecture committed to public realm projects, exploring its manifesto, projects and modes of collaborative working.
Roddy Lumsden talks to artist Joshua Sofaer about the differences between performance and live art, audiences, and finding funding.
Hayley Newman works performatively, producing live events, film, video and photography. Sally O’Reilly looks at how she investigates modes of documentation and the historical placement of the genre.
Paul Moss profiles Tanya Axford and discusses the strategies she has employed to maintain her practice.
Rebecca Farley profiles the Starter studios programme and looks at how six of the scheme’s previous artists were able to develop their careers.
Heather Rigg profiles Next Move, a national professional development scheme which aims to launch the careers of applied artists.
Since completing an MA in ceramics in 1998, I’ve worked with and in response to a diverse range of people, environments and themes.
I studied at London College of Printing and spent the subsequent decade attempting to master print as a medium.
Artists’ story: Michael Dan Archer
Over the past twenty-three years working with glass I have come to love the material even more than when I started.
My practice combines studio-based and commissioned work with teaching at Chelsea College of Art & Design.
Coming from Macedonia, a country where sixty to seventy percent of the land is forest, the immediacy of nature is a significant element of my working practice.