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.
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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.
Still time to make a nomination before Christmas for the prestigious Liverpool Art Prize.
As the year draws to a close, we’ve been asking the same seven questions about 2012 to a variety of people working in the visual arts. We’ll be publishing their answers daily over the next two weeks, starting today with award-winning artist Haroon Mirza.
With prize money totaling over £10,000, the four winners of the Salon Art Prize 2012 have been announced.
The last in our series highlighting alternatives to high street shopping, this week’s selection includes exhibitions, fairs and festive promotions taking place across the UK and online.
Joella Wheatley won the inaugural Platform Graduate Award at the end of November. Here, a-n’s Director talks to her about her practice, networks and getting good advice.
Five artists have been selected for Jerwood Makers Open 2013, a unique commissioning opportunity recognising new talent in the applied arts.
Ten shortlisted projects announced for Watershed’s £30,000 Playable City Award, aimed at artists working with technology.
Hubs and Fictions, a satellite project to Edgar Schmitz’s Surplus Cameo Décor exhibition, took place in Dundee, Gateshead and London, and explored the role and consequences of the ‘fictions of elsewhere’ we all live with and respond to.
An internal report gives Arts Council England a clean bill of health in relation to Artists Taking the Lead in Yorkshire.
As cuts continue to bite, Sheffield’s S1 Artspace and The Royal Standard in Liverpool launch fundraisers.
A joint a-n, Artquest and engage consultation is calling on artists and employers of artists to contribute by completing an online survey.
New research published by a-n reveals how artists and artist-run initiatives are subverting the notion of leadership, and includes a series of interviews with artists, starting with Cornelia Parker.
In light of funding cuts and the increasing emphasis on the digital sphere, the Director and Curator of the recently launched International New Media Gallery offer a view on the relationship between online and physical space.
Arts Council England confirms impact of Chancellor’s autumn statement on its grant-in-aid budget.
Three artists share £1,500 prize fund.