As Edinburgh Art Festival draws to a close, Ingleby Gallery plays host to five Scottish artists as they present 15-minute essays for broadcast on BBC Radio 3.
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AIRTIME, the fast-paced information and networking experience, is partnering with Nottingham’s WEYA festival in September.
Postponed due to a very wet July, everything is now set for Forest Pitch, an art project involving four teams, two football matches and a forest in the Scottish borders.
PSL (Project Space Leeds) has announced plans to relocate to the former Carlsberg Tetley Headquarters Building in 2013. If you can’t wait to see the space, there’s a chance to take a peek inside the building next month before redevelopment gets fully underway.
Jack J Hutchinson’s residency at the Nunnery Gallery concludes with an exhibition of his drawings alongside those of Outsider artist Madge Gill. But how did this research project into the archive of a little known artist come about?
Artist in residence Keith Wilson will be discussing his work at S1 Artspace – and asking the audience to help complete it.
As media sponsor, a-n is pleased to support Art Across the City 2012, which will see Swansea hosting an exciting programme of new public art commissions this September.
SLUICE Art Fair has announced that it won’t be taking place this year – but there are other plans in the pipeline.
A new exhibition traces the ‘Glasgow Miracle’ back to the 1970s and the foundation of the city’s Third Eye Centre. Chris Sharratt reports.
An overwhelming response to a casual tweet shows people are still motivated to work in the arts.
Spanish artist Fernando García-Dory to be fourth recipient of the $25,000 award.
Having navigated both cultural and physical obstacles to integration at this year’s Supernormal Festival, our correspondent explores the gap between good intentions and outcomes.
Nine artists selected for the South West’s foremost contemporary art competition.
Now in its second year, the Stronger Together conference is a conversation about collaboration in the arts. The CEO of Manchester’s recently merged Cornerhouse and Library Theatre adds his voice.
The Fitzwilliam Museum announces appeal to buy Poussin’s Extreme Unction.
Tides of visual art hit the Kent coast this September for Whitstable’s major arts festival.
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.
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.