The first of two symposia as part of Collective gallery’s New Work Scotland programme for recent graduates, takes place at Tramway, Glasgow, this weekend.
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New York’s Printed Matter is to host a Benefit Auction and Selling Exhibition to help mitigate damage caused by Hurricane Sandy.
As artists’ bursaries are offered for the ArtWorks conference in April, a-n’s Director shares some of the thinking and research from the ArtWorks Scotland conference, which examined value and ethics in participatory arts.
The artist Bob and Roberta Smith believes that the withdrawal from sale of Banksy’s Slave Labour mural sends a clear message about art in the public realm, from graffiti to Henry Moore sculptures.
Arts Council England is funding six projects in cultural ‘cold spots’ as part of its Creative People and Places programme. Chris Bailey argues that the scheme’s assumptions about community participation in the arts need to be challenged.
AIR invites artists to take part in a UK-wide survey exploring artists’ experiences of exhibiting their work in publicly-funded venues.
a-n’s new bursary scheme will help more artists to move their practice forward, providing targeted access to peer critique and advice.
Creative Scotland has announced details of a series of open session events across Scotland, and promises more to come.
Kevin Harrison, Director of Stirling arts agency Artlink Central, responds to Stirling Council’s recent decision to close The Changing Room, the city’s only contemporary art gallery.
Prizewinners announced during one-night event at Leeds’ Ellington House.
Liverpool’s pioneering media arts centre is staging a special birthday event this weekend to celebrate the tenth anniversary of its Wood Street building.
A partnership between homeless charity Crisis and Bow Arts, London’s largest artist studio provider, is providing a voice – and studio space – for the marginalised.
The latest interview in Joshua Sofaer’s Artist as leader series for a-n features Sydney-based artist-run initiative First Draft.
In January, three UK makers began Watershed’s Craft + Technology Residencies, bringing together making and design with digital, networked technologies. Taking place in Bristol, Plymouth and Falmouth, we talk to the participants and discover how digital technology is influencing their practice.
As a new art competition launches in Leeds, we speak to the project’s curator, its sponsor and one of the shortlisted artists about the city’s changing; and self-sustaining; art scene.
As part of proposals by Stirling Council to save £9m in 2013/14, the Scottish city’s only contemporary art gallery, The Changing Room, is under threat.
The winners of the Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize 2013 have been announced with awards totalling £25,000.
The Perrier-Jouët Arts Salon & Prize is ‘an exclusive club that will bring together the UK’s foremost creative influencers with a philanthropic goal at its heart’. Chair Rosy Greenlees and inaugural members Claire Coles and Claire Brewster discuss the project.
Newcastle City Council announced last week that it will set up a new ‘arts investment fund’ to replace revenue support it was planning to cut entirely under draft budget proposals. We speak to one organisation likely to be affected by the decision to gauge reaction in the city.
There’s food for thought on the menu at Scunthorpe’s 20-21 Visual Arts Centre this Sunday, courtesy of artists’ publishing platform COPY.
In partnership with ixia, artist Hannah Hull is presenting a series of events in Newcastle, Bristol and Birmingham for socially-engaged artists who want to be part of a ‘hyper-local critical support network’.
As a new exhibition exploring approaches to collaborative working opens at Transition Gallery in London, we talk to one of the participating artists and the gallery’s co-directors.
The shortlist of artists competing for the Liverpool Art Prize 2013 has been revealed.
During 2012, around ten per cent of funds awarded through Arts Council England’s Catalyst fund – to help improve fundraising capacity – went to visual arts organisations.
Newport City Council’s plans to scrap the temporary exhibitions programme at Newport Museum and Art Gallery are facing vocal, and high profile, opposition.