a-n is inviting applications for its Writer Development Programme 2019-20, which will run from October 2019 to March 2020.
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a-n’s CEO Julie Lomax will be joined by artists including Kevin Hunt and Emily Speed to explore the precarious nature of work in the field of contemporary art at a discussion event hosted by FACT in Liverpool on 30 July 2019.
This week’s recommended shows include Manon de Boer’s moving image work at LUX, London and an exploration of how creative spaces helps shape artists at Fabrica, Brighton.
This week’s selection includes events, publication launches and exhibitions in Frome, Leicester, Bristol, Whitby and London – all taken from a-n’s busy Events section featuring shows and events posted by members.
The Hong Kong artist and self-taught animator who last year won the inaugural Camden Arts Centre Emerging Artist Prize discusses his new show at the venue, the narratives behind his work, and the benefits of living a nomadic existence.
London-based artist Juliette Losq was chosen from a shortlist of 41 artists and designers, with prizes for second and best work by a student also awarded.
This week’s recommended shows include an education-themed exhibition of work by Scottish artist Ruth Ewan and Turner Prize-nominated Colombian artist Oscar Murillo at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, an Olafur Eliasson retrospective at Tate Modern, and the European premiere of a new multi-screen film installation by John Akomfrah at Baltic, Gateshead.
The second a-n Assembly event of 2019 took place in Aberdeen with a day of talks, workshops, activities, curry and a film screening.
This week’s selection includes events, publication launches and exhibitions in Eastbourne, London, Nottingham and Chester – all taken from a-n’s busy Events section featuring shows and events posted by members.
a-n The Artists Information Company makes 15 significant new appointments to its Artists Council.
This week’s recommended shows include a major Cindy Sherman retrospective at the National Portrait Gallery in London, plus Patricia Domínguez’s multi-screen video installation at Gasworks.
With works by Yoko Ono, Tania Bruguera and the American film director David Lynch, the visual arts strand of this biennial festival’s eighth edition is varied and ambitious. Fisun Güner reports.
This week’s selection includes exhibitions and events in Halifax, Stroud, London and Bridport – all taken from a-n’s busy Events section featuring shows and events posted by members.
The museum near Cardiff was hailed as “one of the most welcoming and engaging museums anywhere in the UK” by Art Fund director and chair of judges Stephen Deuchar.
The second year of the Film London programme will support the artists over 12 months and hopes to nurture a new generation of moving-image artists.
Arts Council England has published its draft strategy for 2020-2030 and is inviting responses from individuals and organisations through an online consultation and series of workshops across England.
This week’s recommended shows include a major festival of international sculpture across four venues in Yorkshire, an exhibition in Manchester of work by 17 artists inspired by a 1932 mass trespass, and in London a powerful painting show by three generation-spanning black female artists.
This week’s selection includes exhibitions and events in Lymm, Altrincham, Cardiff, London and Cley-next-the-Sea in Norfolk – all taken from a-n’s busy Events section featuring shows and events posted by members.
The Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design in London and Norwich University of the Arts were the focus for our most recent Instagram degree shows takeovers.
As July approaches, the 2019 degree shows season is drawing to a close. For our final selection of the year, we list shows opening in Norwich, Chichester and London.
Japanese artist Genta Ishizuka wins the €50,000 prize while two UK-based artists receive special mentions.
A selection of recommended shows, including: an exploration of gender identity at the Hayward Gallery, London; a group drawing exhibition at Glynn Vivian, Swansea; plus six artists capturing unsettling moments of change at g39 in Cardiff.
News In Brief: The new Paul Hamlyn Foundation-funded project will look at whether socially engaged artistic activity can really make a positive difference to a community. Plus: Kitty Anderson announced as new director of LUX Scotland; Hannah Rothschild, chair of National Gallery’s board of trustees, to step down after four-year tenure.
This week’s selection includes exhibitions and events in London, Wiltshire, Lowestoft and La Trimouille in France – all taken from a-n’s busy Events section featuring shows and events posted by members.
London’s largest free contemporary art festival returns with a programme of exhibitions and events, taking place over one night and two locations, Walthamstow and King’s Cross. Curator Helen Nisbet and artists Emma Talbot and Joe Namy explain what to expect.