Artist and a-n member Jo Longhurst speaks to Ellen Wilkinson about the challenges of making art around unseen disabilities.
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Support artists, makers and visual arts organisations this Christmas, with our pick of handmade gifts and original artworks
Exhibitions to explore through October, including Armet Francis’ photography, Enam Gbewonyo’s textiles and The Otolith Group’s films
Exhibitions featuring a-n members, including Turner Prize nominees Rory Pilgrim and Barbara Walker, plus biennials in Stoke-on-Trent and Lancashire
Exhibitions featuring a-n members, including solo shows by Gil Mualem-Doron in Worthing, Exodus Crooks in London, and Joanna Holland in Leicester, plus the North West Graduate Art Prize.
Two a-n members from the Bristol-based group that makes Modern Queers – a print newsletter for the digital age ‘for queers by queers’ – talk to a-n’s Ellen Wilkinson about creating queer community, highlighting queer histories, and invite you to submit to the next issue.
Students at Camberwell College of Art have collaborated with artist Jerome. on a series of artworks to celebrate World Art Day 2023.
David Hevey, CEO of Shape Arts, reflects on the past two years of the Shape Transforming Leadership programme, sharing what he learned from adopting a combination of radical, diverse and creative approaches, with some ‘old-school’ business tools.
A new podcast series that explores how artists make a living.
Exhibition highlights featuring a-n members, including a major ceramics survey in London, trans narratives in Leeds, plus Manchester Contemporary.
Exhibition highlights featuring a-n members, including Maybelle Peters in Nottingham, early-career artists in Hull and Northern Irish craft.
Supported by a-n, Edinburgh College student Chloe McHardy is part of the 2022 Scotland + Venice Professional Development Programme. The aim of the programme is to help participants establish professional networks at a transitional point in their careers. Over a […]
Exhibition highlights featuring a-n members, including the British Glass Biennale, open studios in Herefordshire and sustainable craft in Sleaford.
Exhibition highlights featuring a-n members, including Kevin Hunt’s first solo show in Plymouth, plus care, repair and reuse at Somerset House.
Exhibition highlights from across the UK featuring a-n members, including Walker & Bromwich in Perth and sculpture in Chichester Cathedral.
Liam Hevey discusses making environmental activist stories visible and the frustrations of being a Marxist creative.
Exhibition highlights across the UK with work by a-n members including Rhea Dillon and Paloma Proudfoot’s sculptures on a London rooftop.
Highlighting work by a-n members including Katie Paterson and Ryan Gander’s glass commissions in Sunderland, plus drawing in Dundee.
Exhibitions by a-n members Barbara Walker and Clémentine Bedos, plus an International Women’s Day celebration in Southampton.
Exhibitions and events from a-n members, plus other major shows, including British Art Show 9 and Jerwood Art Fund Makers Open.
CVAN South East has announced the 24 artists selected for its annual initiative to support emerging graduate artistic talent.
Artist filmmaker and a-n member Jennifer Martin discusses her work with Joanna Byrne.
a-n member Kathryn Maple speaks to Andrew Thompson about what it means to win the prize, and finding inspiration during lockdown.
Creative Scotland is running a £400,000 pilot programme to support five of Scotland’s artist-led spaces to explore the best ways to sustain artist-run and collectively organised activity. Glasgow-based artist and writer Jessica Ramm considers the questions that will be asked.
The Hong Kong artist and self-taught animator who last year won the inaugural Camden Arts Centre Emerging Artist Prize discusses his new show at the venue, the narratives behind his work, and the benefits of living a nomadic existence.