A joint a-n, Artquest and engage consultation is calling on artists and employers of artists to contribute by completing an online survey.
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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.
In the third instalment of our Christmas series offering alternatives to high street shopping, we profile festive fairs and selling shows taking place this week in Glasgow, Gateshead, Oxford, Northampton, London and Plymouth.
A statement released by the board of Scottish arts funding body Creative Scotland commits to major changes at the organisation.
Struggling for gift ideas this Christmas? Here are 15 suggestions from artists and arts professionals, ranging from beautifully designed books to something you may have spotted on the pavement outside your local McDonald’s.
£1,500 up for grabs in Bristol’s hottest open exhibition prize.
engage and the Incorporated Society of Musicians call for responses to the Government’s planned introduction of Baccalaureate Certificates in England.
Esmée Fairbairn Foundation is giving £500,000 in support for communities in North East England, providing grants in partnership with the Community Foundation for work in the arts, education, the environment and social change.
Alejandra Labastida of Mexico City has been announced as the winner of the inaugural Akbank Sanat International Curator Competition.
Hosted by Arts Development UK and Arts Council Wales, the Evidencing the Impact of the Arts seminar in Cardiff looked at new ways of thinking and working in order to determine the difference the arts make.
Pioneering a new model for international residencies, Three Points of Contact brings artists together across a triangle of UK venues to collaborate, research – and just see what happens.
Artes Mundi’s Social Contours: Art at the Borders symposium in Cardiff successfully provided a Welsh context in which to discuss the work of the prize’s international artists.
Turner Prize bashing is a national sport for some, but, argues a-n’s News Editor, this year’s winner has done a great job of reminding us why it is still important.
Installation artist Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva has been selected to undertake the 2013 Alexandra Reinhardt Memorial Award Artist Residency at mima, Middlesbrough.
Andrew Dixon, the embattled CEO of arts funding body Creative Scotland, is to step down in January.
This year’s Turner Prize winner lambasts Michael Gove and pays tribute to Modern Art Oxford Director Michael Stanley in her passionate acceptance speech.
In the second in our Christmas series offering alternatives to the high street, we highlight selling shows and pop-up shops in Sheffield, Bristol, London, Cheshire and Suffolk.
The doors will close at Southwark-based commercial gallery Poppy Sebire at the end of January 2013.
The recent INTERPLAY event, organised by Bristol’s Hand In Glove collective, brought together artist-led groups from across the South-West and beyond. The co-Director of Redruth’s Back Lane West describes its ‘egalitarian atmosphere of possibility’.
The ‘Things we can do in the North…’ panel discussion at the Whitworth Gallery, Manchester, saw opinions divided on what the pluses and priorities are for the visual arts in the north of England.
The fifth Artes Mundi Prize has been awarded to Mexican artist Teresa Margolles.
We’re compiling a ‘Contemporary art Christmas list’ and we’d like you to contribute.