The UK-wide Art Everywhere project, which sees art on billboards and posters across the country, has been launched at an event in Shepherd’s Bush, London.
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Judy Thomas pays tribute to the Newcastle upon Tyne-based artist Andrea MJ Toth, who sadly passed away on 14 July following a two and a half year battle with breast cancer.
Axisweb announce three sessions that explore next step strategies for new artists after graduation.
A four-strong shortlist for this award that supports early career moving image artists has been chosen from a longlist of 150 submissions.
An artist-led project space in Manchester’s Northern Quarter is trying to raise funds to replace the recent theft of its uninsured electrical equipment.
The current Head of the Arts Council Collection is to replace outgoing Director Paul Hobson at the Contemporary Art Society.
For the fifth part in our series that highlights visually-rich art books, Tim Clark sits down with Guillaume Simoneau’s recently published Love and War, and ponders the complex and overlapping narratives of a female soldier fighting in the Iraq war and a love story gone awry.
A just announced interim plan from the Scottish arts funding body reveals that artform reviews will underpin the development of a longer-term plan for 2014-17.
This week’s must-see shows range from a gaze into the mysteries of the ocean deep at Nottingham Contemporary to portraits of Man Ray’s muses in Edinburgh.
During a recent live web chat, Arts Council England Chief Executive Alan Davey talked about ACE’s commitment to supporting individual artists and the need focus on both intrinsic and instrumental arguments for the arts.
The five nominees for this year’s Max Mara prize for UK-based women artists have been announced by the Whitechapel Gallery.
Now in its sixth year, the ten shortlisted artists for the annual Film London Jarman Award reveal the broad range of experimental filmmakers working in the UK.
A free magazine from Scotland’s Sync organisation aims to stimulate discussion and encourage a wider interaction with new technologies in the arts.
The Design and Artists Copyright Society’s Payback service is open for applications. Find out how visual artists can earn money from copyright protected artworks.
Do you have a question for Arts Council England (ACE) chief Alan Davey about the future of arts funding? Take part in the Guardian Culture Profesionals live chat this afternoon from 2pm.
With a brand identity designed by Jim Lambie and a programme of artist initiated projects courtesy of David Dale Gallery, the recently announced cultural programme for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games sees plenty of visual arts alongside the sport.
For the fourth edition in our new series exploring visually-rich art books, Tim Clark reflects on the performative life and real-time experience of photographs in Tom Lovelace’s publication, Work Starts Here.
Announcing three professional development training workshops for artists and visual arts freelancers taking place in Middlesbrough this autumn, as part of a-n’s collaboration with Navigator North.
This week’s selection of shows includes the first major survey of Japanese artist Shimabuku and a closer look at self-portraiture.
Today saw the unveiling of the new commission for the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square – and as usual the sculpture has ruffled a few feathers.
The Calder, Wakefield’s newest art space opens with the largest overview of Roger Hiorns’ Untitled (Youth) series. The majority of works newly commissioned, will fill the 600m2 19th century textile mill.
Two new board members – Geoffrey Crossick and Michael Eden – will be bringing their expertise into the roles of Chair and Maker trustee at the Crafts Council.
With a move to new premises on the cards for later this year, Bob Dickinson meets International 3’s Directors, Paulette Terry Brien and Laurence Lane, and finds them in a decidedly optimistic mood.
Two years on from the Oslo terrorist attacks, as an international competition for a memorial to the events is launched, Claire Doherty, Director of Situations, considers the implications of such a brief.
Three painters and an art historian named as the jury of the UK’s most coveted painting prize as its call for entries goes live.