This week’s recommended shows include a survey of rave culture at the Saatchi Gallery, London, and a collection of ceramics at Manchester Craft and Design Centre marking the 200-year anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre.
This week’s recommended shows include Hungarian artist Dóra Maurer at Tate Modern, Mick Peter’s playful sculptural installation at Baltic, and at Firstsite in Colchester Mark Titchner’s posters developed with asylum seekers and refugees.
Taking place at Bold Tendencies, London, the event will explore the break many women choose (or are forced to take) and how this can affect career trajectory.
This week’s recommended shows include multidisciplinary artist Aliyah Hussain’s feminist science fiction-influenced work at HOME, Manchester, plus a career spanning survey of Bridget Riley at the Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh.
Artist and co-director of Salford-based organisation Paradise Works part of cohort to receive bespoke professional development opportunity that seeks to develop leaders from across a wide range of cultural disciplines and sectors.
The Turner Prize winner and Royal Academian will help select three prize winners from 80 exhibiting artists, with the first prize offering a solo exhibition at Phoenix Gallery, Brighton.
The winner of the award supporting emerging graduates will receive a bursary of £2,000, plus bespoke mentoring for 12 months.
This week’s recommended shows include an exploration of Stanley Kubrick’s design process at the Design Museum in London, plus James N. Kienitz Wilkins’ moving image work at Spike Island, Bristol.
As part of our 2019 bursaries programme, a-n is offering one-to-one support to Artist and Arts Organiser members through a series of coaching sessions with a coach accredited by the a-n Visual Arts Coaching Course, or mentoring with one of our visual arts mentors.
The annual festival’s Commissions Programme includes works that reflect a mood of uncertainty currently engulfing UK politics while this year’s Platform: 2019 exhibition of early career artists based in Scotland explores ideas of embellishment, identity, sustainability and fandom.
This week’s recommended shows include Manon de Boer’s moving image work at LUX, London and an exploration of how creative spaces helps shape artists at Fabrica, Brighton.
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.