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Support and advice for artists and arts organisers in the light of a trade deal with the EU and the end of the Brexit transition period.
Devon based artist and printmaker, whose work is currently on show at the Royal Academy of Arts Summer/Winter Exhibition, discusses what she has achieved over the last 12 months, the impact of Artist Support Pledge, and her plans for 2021.
Royal College of Art graduate discusses campaigning during the final year of his MA, and going from RCA painting student rep to supporting with Pause or Pay UK – from the backroom of a café in Cyprus, where he has spent two months tracing his family and find his grandfather’s birth certificate.
Canadian-born Ian Kirkpatrick is best-known for his image-encrusted sculptures, but in a year that included commissions and a funding award, his highlight was a creative re-centring on two-dimensional art.
Production Director of Alchemy Film & Arts explains how the organisation responded to the Covid-19 crisis by moving its festival online to make the best of a challenging situation.
The Glasgow-born curator, who was appointed the new Artistic Director and CEO of ATLAS Arts last year, discusses her experience of the past 12 months, including finding new ways to reach out to communities over the lockdown period and how working together with her colleagues to adapt to the unpredictable scenario of the COVID pandemic has taught her the value of collaboration, resilience and taking things slow.
Glasgow based artist and singer, highlighted by Frieze as one of ‘four to watch in 2020’, reflects on growth and change in ‘the most traditionally successful year’ of their life.
Russian-Ghanaian photographer based in London reflects on lockdown in the darkroom, finding new narratives in her city’s streets, and continuing conversations long overdue in 2021.
We speak to Maria Hatling about what inspired her a-n at 40 logo design, her painting practice and what she’s been up during a tumultuous 2020.
Glasgow based artist known for working in film, sculpture, print, performance and installation will represent Scotland at the 59th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia in 2022.
Want to support artists and visual arts organisations this Christmas? We select our pick of original artworks and handcrafted gifts by independent artists and makers to get you started.
Ying Kwok (Festival Director and independent curator, HK), Lindsay Taylor, (University of Salford Art Collection), and Sarah Fisher (Director of Open Eye Gallery) discuss how the Peer to Peer: UK/HK programme developed, the themes addressed by the artists involved, and the importance of digital platforms in the current climate.
67 paintings have been included on the John Moores Painting Prize 2020 longlist and will feature in an exhibition at the Walker Art Gallery from 12 February to 27 June 2021.
a-n is seeking a new member of Artists Council, an advisory group to the Board and Executive that plays a key role in advocacy, lobbying and developing a-n programmes. APPLICATION DEADLINE HAS NOW PASSED.
Online festival, featuring work by Artists Council members Antonio Roberts and Hetain Patel, has announced its programme, which includes a panel event on international exchange between artists, chaired by a-n’s Programmes and Partnerships Manager Wing-Sie Chan.
Current and forthcoming selection of exhibitions, talks and projects presented via online viewing rooms, social media and other online platforms, plus newly reopened physical spaces, including: a-n member Helena Hunter’s new solo show at the Horniman Museum, plus Holly Davey’s exhibition at Danielle Arnaud Gallery and the Mother Art Prize at Cromwell Place.
Digital festival of cultural exchange and collaboration between the UK and Hong Kong to take place from 11-14 November, curated by independent curator Ying Kwok.
The Clore Visual Artist Fellowship is for professional artists in the UK who wish to develop as leaders in the cultural sector. The deadline for applications is 12pm, Monday 26 October 2020.
Current and forthcoming selection of exhibitions, talks and projects presented via online viewing rooms, social media and other online platforms, plus newly reopened physical spaces, including: Grace Before Jones at Nottingham Contemporary and Olivia Bax’s Mark Tanner Sculpture Award Show at Standpoint Gallery, London.
This week’s selection features exhibitions, talks and projects presented via online viewing rooms, social media and other online platforms, plus newly reopened physical spaces, including: Elizabeth Price’s new Artangel commission in London, Kathy MacCarthy’s mass forms at PEER, London, Stills: Centre for Photography reopening with the collaborative project Elementary Blueprint, plus a free webinar from the Visual Arts Alliance.
Textiles artist discusses how arts organisations need to better engage deaf and disabled artists, and how the coronavirus pandemic presents a time for change and opportunity.
Moscow based photographer wins £15,000, plus an additional £1,250 for being the winner of the Mental Health series category, in prize designed to help combat health taboos.
This week’s selection features exhibitions, talks and projects presented via online viewing rooms, social media and other online platforms, plus newly reopened physical spaces, including: a-n member Loz Atkinson telling the story of her Great Grandfather Arthur Pinder’s death in WW2 at the newly reopened Leicester Museum And Art Gallery, a new digital art project responding to personal and collective relationships with breathing at Modern Art Oxford, plus South London Gallery reopens with Sophie Cundale’s film following the journey of a professional boxer after a near-fatal knockout. Also this week is a Zoom session on how makers can maximise online sales from the Goldsmiths Centre.
Three a-n members amongst the lineup for Brent 2020, London Borough of Culture, which will feature work in public spaces, libraries and across the streets of Brent.