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A Q&A with… The British Invasion, artists and curator

‘The British Invasion’ exhibition has just opened in Blackburn as part of this year’s British Textile Biennial. Anneka French spoke to the show’s curator Alex Zawadzki and two of the three exhibiting artists, Jamie Holman and Jasleen Kaur, all a-n members, ahead of the opening.

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A Q&A with… Kate Adams, Project Art Works

Project Art Works is one of five artist collectives shortlisted for this year’s Turner Prize. Sonia Boué speaks to artist and Project Art Works founder Kate Adams about the history of the collective and how relevant the Turner Prize nomination is to its artists.

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British Ceramics Award: a-n members in view

British Ceramics Biennial returns to Stoke-on-Trent with a vibrant five-week festival of new artist commissions, exhibitions and hands-on events. Here we take a look at five a-n members shortlisted for the £5,000 British Ceramics Biennial AWARD prize.

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LB x a-n Artist Bursaries: a-n members in view

Delivered as part of the Liverpool Biennial 2021: The Stomach and the Port, LB x a-n Artist Bursaries allowed artists to undertake a period of research in response to a new avenue of thinking. We take a look at the work of the artists who took part in the programme.

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A person wearing a green 1950s style dress, black cape, black tights and teal high heels, standing on the outside steps of a red brick building with a neoclassical column beside a wooden door. A sign is fixed to the wall which includes a picture of a stag and the words 'Boro Bethnal Green'
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Shape Arts Q&A: a conversation with Martin Moriarty of Inky Cloak

In this first in a series of conversations with the Shape Arts’ Transforming Leadership Programme cohort 2020-2022, Shape CEO David Hevey talks to Inky Cloak’s co-artistic director Martin Moriarty about making queer stories visible, alternative funding models, and the importance of participation.

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