The co-editor of The Art of Dissent: Adventures in London’s Olympic State, makes a case for an Olympic legacy that veers from the time-worn official narrative.
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After a difficult year following the withdrawal of ACE revenue funding, Manchester’s art community shows its support as Castlefield Gallery relaunches.
Culture Ministers, festival directors and artists will be discussing the international role of culture during a two-day summit at the Scottish Parliament.
Located within an eco-site in Oxfordshire, the festival that explores the cross-over between art and music and champions ideas and imagination over profit.
The showcase for emerging artists based in the South West and Wales has announced the four artists for the second half of its 2012 programme.
After an eight-month campaign, Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum has succeeded in raising £7.83 million to acquire Edouard Manet’s Portrait of Mademoiselle Claus, keeping the painting in the United Kingdom.
Jasper Joffe has published a series of email interviews with artists, collectors and economists that seek to illuminate the relationship between art and finance.
As Manchester’s Castlefield Gallery relaunches with a renewed vigour for artist development, its director shares the lessons learnt over a challenging and rewarding year-and-a-half.
While the Olympics has helped highlight artistic, as well as sporting achievements, much still needs to be done to create sustainable careers in the arts.
As Olympic fever continues to grip the nation, we pay a visit to a multi-disciplinary exhibition that’s brimming with team spirit.
Turner Prize-winning Glasgow artist Susan Philipsz talks about her Timeline sound installation at the opening of the Edinburgh Art Festival.
Having undergone a major £5m redevelopment, Walthamstow’s William Morris Gallery reopens to the public today.
As part of The National Trust’s Playful Landscapes contemporary art programme, London Fieldworks re-imagine the lost architecture of Clumber Park and an aristocratic menagerie.
The Code of Practice for the Visual Arts, published by a-n, now includes negotiating advice and a unique guide to working out what artists should charge.
To coincide with the publication of a Knowledge Bank profile of Kelly Richardson, we preview the artist’s new work Mariner 9, a giant video installation inside Whitley Bay’s historic Spanish City Dome.
Efforts to secure funding to replace Arts Council England revenue unsuccessful, says New Work Network Director Orlagh Woods.
In a move intended to provide a wider public showcase for graduate work, The Glasgow School of Art announces its first ever Graduate Degree Show.
As Edinburgh Art Festival opens, we take a look at the programme of new commissions that is exposing the city for audiences new and old.
As part of the Crafts Council Collective programme, Hothouse provides support, advice and creative development for 40 makers who have set up their businesses within the last two years. Application deadline is 31 July 2012.
In the lead-up to the 15th edition of London’s longest running arts festival, we talk to artist-curators Hew Locke and Indra Khanna about this year’s sports-free programme.
A series of sculptural works, sound installations and community events under the umbrella PARK ART in Haringey launches across green spaces in the borough.
This week is the last chance for artists, collectives and galleries to register as part of the Independents Liverpool Biennial 2012.
The 21-strong list represents a range of practices from artists working across the Northern regions.
Anyone fond of the question ‘but is it art?’ will have a field day if they visit Jeremy Deller’s Sacrilege during the Olympics, but they will probably have a bounce on it too.
In a frenzied Olympic summer one collaborative project is slowing things down.