The venerable London Art Fair is playing host to some interesting interventions in its Art Projects strand, enabling unrepresented artists to get a piece of the art fair action. We look at some of the methodologies being employed and test the temperature of the art market in 2013.
The energy of Northampton’s creative and cultural businesses will be linked more closely to the town’s growth and regeneration under new plans announced this week by Northampton Borough Council.
With government currently considering responses to its EBacc consultation, a campaign to keep creativity at the heart of education in our schools is calling for further support.
As the Contemporary Art Society prepares to open its first ever permanent home since it was founded in 1910, we talk to its director Paul Hobson about what the new space will mean for the organisation and its work.
UK-based curatorial project Open File investigates the distribution and production of art via virtual and digital platforms with an ambitious event at the ICA, London.
As the new London Centre for Book Arts opens its doors in Tower Hamlets, we talk to artist and founder Simon Goode about the importance of craft skills, the possibilities of digital and why we’ve got a lot to learn from America.
The Director of Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, reflects on the year ended and looks forward to what 2013 will bring.
The Brighton-based Macedonian artist looks back on a year that started badly but ended with a flurry of commissions including being chosen to represent Macedonia at the 55th Venice Biennale.
For the first time, a graphic work has won the biography award in the Costa Book Awards.
A random selection of resolutions, predictions and plans for 2013, from the impact of arts cuts in Newcastle to an artist’s intention to ‘do less’. Now, what are yours?
The Director of FACT, Liverpool, provides his thoughts on the year just ending and the one just beginning.
The Chair of a-n’s Board and Arts Development Manager at Suffolk County Council shares her thoughts on 2012.
The Director of Craftspace looks back on the Birmingham-based organisation’s first operational year without city council support.
For a-n Director Susan Jones, 2012 has been a year of research and development, as the organisation looks to the future for artists and their practice.
The new Director of Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art reflects on her move from Frieze and hopes that Santa can help with the festival’s funding applications.
The Director of the Contemporary Art Society looks back on a year that has seen the organisation purchase its own home for the first time, but which has also seen many developments contributing to the erosion of the visual arts in the UK.
Following substantial investment this year from Arts Council England, Leeds Museums and Galleries announce 14 new jobs focusing on community outreach and engagement.
The Executive Director of the Crafts Council celebrates a successful year for the organisation, whilst lamenting the impact of damaging local authority cuts on the sector.
With only a few weeks remaining of this year’s John Moores Painting Prize exhibition, we have some great giveaways on offer.
The Director of The Hepworth Wakefield reflects on an exciting year of new developments at the West Yorkshire gallery, and promises more benefits for artists and audiences in 2013.
The second in our end-of-year series sees London-based gallerist Ceri Hand complete our 2012 questionnaire, reflecting on a year that has seen her relocate the gallery from Liverpool to Covent Garden.
The panel of judges for the Art Fund’s £100,000 Museum of the Year 2013 has been announced.
AIR announces major research and campaign areas for 2013.