A selection of exhibition highlights for the week ahead including avant-garde abstraction in London, an artist-run festival in Edinburgh, and a space age tapestry in Oxford.
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Earlier this year the Leverhulme Trust decided to close its successful Artist in Residence Grant Scheme which has seen artists including Turner Prize winner Elizabeth Price and the Scottish artist Alec Finlay working alongside scientists and academics across the UK. Chris Fremantle talks to those lamenting its closure and calls for its return.
This week’s selection from a-n’s Events section, featuring exhibitions and events posted by a-n members.
A weekly briefing featuring national and international news, including: Julia Peyton-Jones joins Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac as senior global director and Austrian court rules in favour of Franz West’s family in legal battle over estate.
Following Tuesday’s NPO announcement by Arts Council England, we’ve been looking at the figures to get a clearer picture of who’s gained and lost the most, which organisations receive the most funding, and which artist-led organisations have joined the portfolio.
The second edition of the annual Art Night festival takes place on Saturday 1 July 2017 throughout London’s East End.
Six international artists are shortlisted for £10,000 film prize with work ranging from single-screen and web-based works to gallery installations featuring music and performance.
National Portfolio announcement includes an additional £170million outside London between 2018 and 2022.
Bristol visual arts organisations Arnolfini and Situations have not been included in Arts Council England’s National Portfolio 2018-22, with ACE saying that £3.34 million has been ring fenced for the visual arts in the city.
Arts Council England’s National Portfolio announcement sees a-n become a Sector Support Organisation for the 2018-22 portfolio.
As the degree show season reaches its closing weeks, we take a final look at a-n’s Instagram coverage with highlights from Katie Chappell’s visit to the show at University of Sunderland, and Fiona Grady shares some of her favourite works from the Royal College of Art.
Art UK has begun a three-year project to catalogue the UK’s publicly-owned sculpture collection.
A selection of exhibitions for the week ahead, including ‘Caravaggesque’ painting in Edinburgh and an exploration of Germany between the two world wars in Liverpool.
Diaspora Pavilion artists and organisers are calling on Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick to vigorously pursue the criminal investigation into the Grenfell Tower fire.
Highlights for the week ahead, selected from a-n’s busy Events section and this week featuring projects in Birmingham, Carshalton, Clerkenwell, Powys and Scunthorpe.
A weekly briefing featuring national and international art news, including: photographer Richard Mosse arrested while peacefully observing anti-refugee rally on Greek island, MAC Belfast hit by arts council funding cuts, and three men charged over counterfeit Damien Hirst prints.
Entries for GCSE arts subjects are down 9% on 2016, while entries for EBacc subjects are up 9% in the same period. Arts Professional’s Christy Romer reports.
The second recipient of the annual Clore Visual Artist Fellowship is Norwich-based artist Nicola Naismith.
Glasgow’s world renowned artist-run gallery has postponed its annual members’ show as its unpaid committee struggles to cope with the time demands of the role.
Sarah Bodman continues her series with a look at the work of an artist whose ongoing investigation into the workings and history of Paolo Uccello’s The Battle of San Romano has inspired a number of works, with a new publication set to be showcased at this year’s Liverpool Artists’ Book Fair.
A portrait of mother and child wins the BP Portrait Award 2017.
This week’s degree show openings include Royal Academy of Arts, The CASS at London Metropolitan University, Central Saint Martins, UAL, Show Two, Royal College of Art, City and Guilds of London Art School and Norwich University of the Arts.
The membership body identifies critical issues for the creative industries, arts and cultural education as the UK begins negotiations to leave the EU.
More updates from Instagram as a-n members visit degree shows in Bolton, Newcastle upon Tyne, London, Sunderland and Leicester, and our news editor catches the BA show at Glasgow School of Art.
Former culture and digital minister Matt Hancock’s remit is slimmed to digital, as arts and culture joins heritage and tourism under the remit of first-time minister John Glen. Arts Professional’s Christy Romer reports.