a-n’s new digital resource dedicated to degree shows and professional development for current art students and recent art graduates.
Argentinian student Anita Furlong makes paintings that explore the “cruel optimism” of growing up. By Orla Foster.
“Thrillingly of this moment” – welcome to the 25th anniversary edition of the a-n Degree Shows Guide from CEO Julie Lomax.
Using vintage photographs and embroidery, Connie Stewart explores the pervasive nature of big data and AI.
Artists and lecturers Stephen Cornford, Rebecca Court, Sean Edwards and Victoria Lucas on the return of degree shows.
The 2021 Guide includes a snapshot of this year’s graduating artists, plus Next Steps interviews with Joy Labinjo, Matthew Burrows and Jody Mulvey.
Painting, Royal College of Art. “I make works about thinking, works about my disdain for labour and works about powerlessness. I prefer the lightest of media and the use of techniques that require little time. But if making an artwork […]
BA (Hons) Fine Art, Teesside University, MIMA School of Art and Design. “I use photography to consider the relationship of geometric forms in derelict, and disused, neglected buildings. I study the idea of ruin through documentary photography, to question time […]
BA Fine Art Sculpture, University of the Arts London, Camberwell College of Arts. “Examples of Queer Domesticity is a piece of textile, based on the theme of queer domesticity in the bathroom. Drawing from examples that Al Hill and their […]
BA Fine Art, Central Saint Martins Katarina’s recent work has been an exploration of the amalgamation of digital and painting, and the augmentation of materiality from screen to surface, in which she creates digital drawings that she translates into oil […]
BA (Hons) Photography, Cambridge School of Art. “Since 2016, the Brexit referendum has caused uncertainty across the nation which has resulted in a significant increase in applications for British citizenship. ‘New Citizens’ captures Martin from Czech Republic, Isabela from Romania, […]
MA Fine Art, Edinburgh College of Art. “Underpinned by endeavours to critique the inaccessibility of the arts, my work revolves around the notion that art can ultimately be a playful inquiry that oozes joy. I use colour, shape and materiality […]
BA (Hons) Fine Art and Art History, Kingston School of Art. “Materials list for foraged ceramics: Bucket, Spade, Mud, Time, Sunshine, Clay, YouTube, Teaspoon, Sawdust, Manure, Leaves, Matches. Wallowing in an organic/synthetic, nature/culture riff, my work reconnects to what we […]