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Now Showing 327: The week’s top exhibitions

Our regular selection of shows to see around the UK, including: an exhibition exploring notions around what it means to be an islander at Copperfield, London, and Elizabeth Eade’s powerful installations at HIX ART, London.

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Turps Correspondence Course: “It makes art education a more level playing field”

Ahead of their collaborative group exhibition ‘Beating Time’, which opens at ARB, Cambridge, later this week, Jack Hutchinson spoke to artists Alison Critchlow, Miranda Boulton, and Una D’Aragona who have all participated in Turps Art School’s Correspondence Course. They discuss the benefits of the programme to rural-based artists and how it offers an alternative to courses run by traditional art education institutions.

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Now Showing 326: The week’s top exhibitions

Our regular selection of shows to see around the UK, including a Saad Qureshi’s sculptural ‘mindscapes’ at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, the SSA | VAS OPEN at Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, plus Anthony Shapland’s multidisciplinary work at Exeter Phoenix.

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a-n Membership survey 2020

Complete a-n’s Membership survey 2020 for the chance to win an iPad or one of ten £50 vouchers. Your responses will help us understand our members’ needs and continue to make our activities relevant to you.

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2019 – How was it for you? #6: Paul Maheke, performance artist

London-based French artist Paul Maheke uses performance, installation, video, and sound to explore the potential of the body as an archive in order to address how history, memory and identity are formed and constituted. Here he reflects on his personal highlights from the last 12 months, including being nominated for the Fondation d’entreprise Ricard Prize.

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Now Showing 324: The week’s top exhibitions

Our regular selection of shows to see around the UK, including an exploration of reductive and systems-based art in London, the deciphering of a forgotten photographic archive in Birkenhead, and an exhibition of paintings that take their time in Leeds.

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