Is a campaign to raise the threshold of the Artist’s Resale Right in the UK a threat to the incomes of already low-paid artists or a justifiable attempt to protect the art market infrastructure?
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Shift Happens explores the opportunities that digital can offer arts organisations. The Head of Leeds School of Art, Architecture and Design explains what she got out of the conference.
Filmed over three years and premiered at last week’s East London Film Festival, a new film about Bob and Roberta Smith offers a fascinating insight into the life of the artist.
Last week’s Olympic Art Review conference looked beyond the headline-grabbing Arcelor Mittal Orbit to explore the social, cultural and economic agendas behind London 2012’s Art in the Park.
Exhibiting artists for the UK’s largest open drawing exhibition announced today.
The forthcoming Latitude 2012 festival programme includes a contemporary art prize that’s exhibited in an outdoor gallery. Two shortlisted artists discuss the challenges they faced creating new works for the show.
Corridor8, an annual journal showcasing contemporary art and writing in the North of England, launches Part 3 of its third Issue tonight at The Bluecoat, Liverpool.
ixia to explore public art and self-organisation at twin events in London and Leeds.
A new film by Turner Prize winning artist Douglas Gordon premieres in Newcastle upon Tyne this week.
Launched today, a new online exhibition will tell the stories of significant works of twentieth century art that for one reason or another no longer exist.
Manick Govinda reports on last week’s British Museum / Arts Council England conference ‘Engaging the Artist’s Voice: Museums, galleries and artists working in collaboration’.
For one-day only, eleven artists will be attempting to bridge the divide between the public sphere and Oxford’s academic institutions. Artist and curator Katalin Hausel explains.
Shortlist of UK’s ‘most prestigious’ painting prize announced today.
Open submission competitions have been generating plenty of comment and debate on a-n of late. What does the biennial Marmite Prize bring to the discussion? We speak to one of its founders.
A conference this week at the British Museum hopes to uncover the potential for collaborative working between artists, museums and galleries.
This evening Cultural Enterprise Office (CEO), a business advice service for the creative sector in Scotland, in partnership with Stills Gallery in Edinburgh are to run an event ‘Realising the Value of Internships and Volunteer Programmes’.
Last week’s ‘Great British Art School Debate’ at University of the Arts, Camberwell, turned out to be nothing of the sort. But the lack of critical discussion only served to highlight the need for a far-reaching debate around the future of the art education.
This is CCA Derry-Londonderry’s final week in its current space before reopening in a much bigger building, just in time for the city’s year as the inaugural UK City of Culture. Co-director Johan Lundh explains the move.
When Michael Portillo announced the recipients of the Catalyst: Endowments scheme on Wednesday, the headlines were all about the millions of pounds flowing into the arts. But while it’s hard to begrudge any of the 34 organisations their hard won cash, the ideological context shouldn’t be forgotten.
Yesterday’s Creative Economies seminar in London looked at the role of the arts in economic development and regeneration. But how does the artist fit in with this?
Expect a heated and informative debate tonight, as a panel of professionals discusses the role of enterprise culture in art schools.
Collective gallery announces five new artists for its 2013 programme and launches two new internships.
Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum has been named the winner of the £100,000 Art Fund Prize for museums and galleries.
Animate Projects launches CEL, a fundraising project to keep their collection of experimental animation online.
Haroon Mirza awarded £5,000 prize plus solo exhibition in Japan.