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Moving image festival examines ecology of art

The second edition of the Artists’ Moving Image Festival at Tramway, Glasgow, features an eclectic selection of film exclusively programmed by artists and writers who have a connection to the city, and includes screenings of work by the American artist Ellen Cantor, who died earlier this year.

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Extraordinary change: the 2013 engage International Conference

Taking place in November, the theme of this year’s engage International Conference is ‘visual arts education looking to the future’. With discounted places available for a-n members as part of a shared membership offer, we take a look forward to the conference programme.

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Local authority arts: further budget cuts expected

A survey by Arts Development UK has revealed that over a third of all local authorities in England and Wales have no dedicated arts officer and no direct arts service, while the remainder have services that are vulnerable to cuts.

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New Contemporaries 2013: a show of contrasts

This year’s Bloomberg New Contemporaries features the work of 46 students and recent graduates from UK art schools. Ranging from minimalist purism to a giant ‘fish finger’, it provides a snapshot of current work that delights and bemuses.

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NOW SHOWING #11: This week’s top exhibitions

Must-see shows this week include an Artangel commission in central London that examines our reading of found objects, and Tacita Dean’s JG Ballard-inspired investigation of Robert Smithson’s Spiral Jetty.

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