As degree shows season reaches its final few weeks, we look back at a-n Instagram takeovers from Warwickshire College and City & Guilds of London Art School.
A look back at this week’s a-n member Instagram takeovers with posts from Birmingham City University’s School of Art degree show and Camberwell College of Arts’ undergraduate show.
With ‘Serious Play’ as its theme, Aberdeen’s Look Again Festival offered visitors and locals alike the chance to view the city through fresh eyes with its mix of commissions, exhibitions, talks, events and live events. a-n member FK McLoone headed to the granite city and posted her festival highlights on a-n’s Instagram.
We catch up with more Instagram posts by a-n members FK McLoone and Rebecca Ainsworth reflecting on shows in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Bolton.
Exhibitions in London, Newcastle upon Tyne, Nottingham and Salford feature in this week’s selection of must-see shows including Markus Lüpertz’s Tent Paintings, 1965, Alia Pathan’s Fire Rooster and Chantal Joffe’s Personal Feeling is the Main Thing.
a-n members Anna Grace Rogers, FK McLoone and Rebecca Ainsworth have visited degree shows in Swansea, Dundee and St Helens for the first of our 2018 degree shows Instagram takeovers.
Five a-n members will be taking over a-n’s Instagram over the coming weeks to post images and commentary from degree shows around the country. We meet the artists and find out which shows they will be posting from.
The Whitechapel Gallery, Collezione Maramotti and Max Mara have announced the shortlist for the latest edition of the UK’s only visual art prize for women.
Dutch artist Thijs Biersteker has won the $3,000 digital art prize for his work Plastic Reflectic, an interactive mirror installation that turns spectators’ reflections into silhouettes made from hundreds of pieces of plastic floating within a ‘plastic soup’.
The latest DACS’ Annual Review shows a 42% increase in the number of artists benefiting from royalty payments in 2016, while the organisation says it has now distributed more than £100 million to artists and their estates since 1984.
With its longstanding city-centre home about to undergo redevelopment, Rogue studio group has relocated to a former primary school building in the east of the city.
The global award that aims to raise the understanding, appreciation and enjoyment of digital art has announced a longlist of 70 works selected for its sixth edition.