Very interesting essay by Robert Hewison and John Holden on ten years of the Clore Leadership Programme, and how it might focus itself in the future.
Research - Page 4 of 11 - a-n The Artists Information Company
An analysis of openly-advertised artists’ work and opportunities in 2012. Includes commentary on the impact of Universal Credits on low-paid artists.
How do artists fare when they show work in publicly-funded galleries in the UK? A one-page infographic shows statistical information about artists’ income from exhibiting and the support they receive. Research led by AIR as the first stage in the Paying Artists campaign.
Evaluation of the pilot year of The Space, a joint three year venture between Arts Council England and the BBC.
Summarises key findings from the Institute of Cultural Capital evaluation of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad.
Response to first speech by Maria Miller, Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport.
Reviews approaches to teaching professional practice within fine and applied arts programmes and identifies the role a-n and other professional development organisations can have in supporting student learning in the future.
Transcript of lecture given at the RSA on 20th March 2013.
Paper formally acknowledging the flaws in the original DCMS SIC (classification codes) and proposing improvements.
Presents brief explanations of different economic data cited for the creative industries.
Participation data for 2011-2012.
As the Clore Leadership Programme’s first dedicated Artist Fellow, Joshua Sofaer explores what ’Artist as Leader’ might mean. Overview of what his research revealed.
Conclusions from a European Commission two day conference in Oct 2012.
Paper formally acknowledging the flaws in the original DCMS SIC (classification) codes and proposing improvements.
Chris Fremantle highlights key themes and issues around collaboration making use of a-n’s extensive archive of texts on the subject, along with external references.
Provides timely overview of an under-served area, written by the same research team who reported on the impact of Creative Partnerships on pupils’ well-being.
Part of an annual series of papers analysing data about artists’ employment opportunities, patterns and incomes. Narrative compares between years and tracks changes from previous years.
Reyahn King explores the role of galleries as providers of professional development for visual artists.
Final report to CCE (Creativity, Culture Education) from Cambridge University evaluating Creative Partnerships projects.
Broad ranging review of cultural education for children in England, commissioned by the DCMS in 2012.
Department of Education response to the Henley Review, which it broadly welcomes.
Mapping and impact study of the contemporary craft sector commissioned by the Crafts Council.
a-n-commissioned research that presents information on the destination of visual arts funding across the four UK arts councils and the percentage rate of successful applications in years 2009-10 and 2008-09.
Six months on from the ‘Ladders for development’ report, Dany Louise revisits ladders organisations and reports on how they fared after the first round of coalition government cuts in 2011.