Digital Artist Residency: Jane Frances Dunlop
Jane Frances Dunlop is creating a digital chorus that changes weekly, with new ‘movements’. Using digital video and sound, Dunlop will sift through the web’s abundance of visual content deciphering and reframing the cacophony of material for her online composition.
Until 30 November 2016,

Everything Must Go
Freya Gabie has been artist in residence with neo:studios and the University of Bolton over a three-month period creating new works that relate to the history of Bolton and today’s economic and social climate. In one work, Lancashire clog dancers dance in response to the patterns and fluctuations of financial trading data following the EU Referendum result, choreographing a dance that refers to the folk tradition workers had of dancing to the rhythm of their machines. Another work – a series of sculptures – is based on ‘knocker upper sticks’ that were used to wake mill workers in time for their shifts.
17 November 2016 – 8 January 2017, neo:gallery23, The Market Place, Bolton.

Q-Art Book Launch: Professional Practice: 20 Questions
Jo Allen and Sarah Rowles of Q-Art have interviewed over 50 staff members from undergraduate fine art courses throughout the UK about how they prepare students for professional practice. This is the fifth in Q-Art’s series of publications where 20 questions are posed to each interviewee in order to tease out the differing methodologies, educational ideals and exhibition practices that art students and graduates may encounter as they begin their artistic journeys.
Friday 18 November 2016, 6pm, Hauser & Wirth, 23 Savile Row, London W1S.

A Long Shadow
Helen Snell has been artist in residence at The National Museum of the Royal Navy in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard for the last three years and this exhibition celebrates the culmination of this period. Snell’s three-dimensional works, often made with metal using laser cutting technology, present a different take on historical events.
15 November 2016 – 29 January 2017, The National Museum of the Royal Navy, HM Naval Base (PP66), Portsmouth.

In Between Things
This exhibition is a visual and spatial dialogue between haptic sculptural forms by Michaela D’Agati and Naomi Harwin. Both artists are concerned with the changing states of object-hood and the physical dynamic of wandering between exhibits.
17-19 November 2016, Nunns Yard Gallery, 22-25 St Augustine’s Street, Norwich.

All of the above are taken from a-n’s Events listings section, featuring events posted by a-n’s members

1. Jane Frances Dunlop, Clouddar
2. Freya Gabie, Clog
3. Q-Art, Professional Practice: 20 Questions, book cover
4. ‘A Long Shadow’, poster
5. ‘In Between Things’, flyer

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