The perfect degree show season companion. Includes an in-depth introductory interview with Elizabeth Price, listings of more than 70 shows across the UK, plus contributions from Christine Borland, Nicolas Deshayes, Laura Oldfield Ford and many more practising artists and final-year students. Available on issuu and as downloadable pdf.
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At 58 pages, this year’s a-n Degree Shows Guide is the biggest yet and features interviews with artist Bedwyr Williams and mima director Alistair Hudson, plus contributions from artists including Ruth Ewan, George Barber and Marianna Simnett. Available on issuu and as downloadable pdf.
50-page Degree Shows Guide 2015 featuring more than 75 forthcoming shows across the UK, plus perspectives from artists, curators, academics and graduating students on what artist Bob and Roberta Smith refers to as an “incredible rite of passage”. Available on issuu or as pdf.
Featuring more than 60 forthcoming shows across the UK, plus perspectives on this vital and exciting time from artists, curators, academics and graduating students. Available as a flip-page version on digital publishing platform issuu.
2013 Degrees publication highlighting the best graduate art and design shows around the UK.Downloadable PDF version [size 6 MB]. Requires PDF reader.Issue also available in flip-page format (requires Flash) – including non-Flash version for mobile devices.
Deborah Smith explores modes of dissemination for contemporary cultural practices. Includes introduction from guest editor Smith, and article contributions from William Davies, Maria Fusco, Adam Sutherland, Sally O’Reilly, Sacha Craddock and Rob Wilson. From the a-n Collections series. Pdf [size: […]
Special issue: the last a-n Magazine. Then & Now features on Professional practice, Collaboration and Artist-led activity highlight a-n’s enduring concerns and wealth of intelligence in our archive; interview with Mag coordinator Chris Brown; Kevin Hunt selects reviews from Glasgow […]
First ever issue of a-n Magazine (September 1980) in downloadable PDF version [size 10 MB]. Requires PDF reader. Issue also available in flip-page format (requires Flash) – including non-Flash version for mobile devices.
Contents include: #copyrightgreyareas and Pinterest; Ladders organisations to close plus Artists’ fund announced in News; Artists taking the lead project ~flow is this month’s Collaborative relationships; Do social media-led projects challenge traditional models of participation? in Debate; Big picture is […]
2012 Degrees publications highlighting the best graduate art and design shows around the UK. Downloadable PDF version [size 5.4 MB]. Requires PDF reader.
Contents include: This month, Emma Gelliot reports from the National Federation of Studio Providers AGM; Tom Hackett selects reviews from Edinburgh, London and Manchester; Andrew Bryant looks to Projects unedited blogs to consider the enduring question: Why be an artist?; In Collaborative […]
PDF version [size 5.9 MB]. Requires PDF reader. This month: Alessandro Vincentelli selects texts by Tom Hackett, Kenn Taylor, Maru Rojas Cuahonte, David Minton, Iris Priest and Charlotte A Morgan; Rebecca Heald, Director of Bloomberg New Contemporaries spotlights Clare Maynard’s […]
Contents include: This month in arts funding news Dany Louise reports on how ACE funding cuts are impacting on small-scale production and artist-centred organisations; and we re-publish Variant’s intelligent commentary on Creative Scotland’s vision; in Reviews Maria Fusco selects texts […]
Frances Lord pulls together themes and strands that emerge from sixteen newly-commissioned interviews, which reflect the sheer diversity of working practice within the applied arts. From the a-n Collections series. Downloadable pdf. [size 433KB]. Requires pdf reader.
Contents include: This month, Interface editor Rosemary Shirley’s Reviews selection highlights recent visual arts activity in the north of England, showcasing both the variety of artistic activity in the region and wealth of user-generated writing by contributors to Interface; in […]
Contents include: Pointing North highlights the festivals, events and exhibitions taking place across the North of England this season; Katriona Beales reports from the Apha-ville festival symposium in London; in Debate Emma Geliot asks are disabled artists more in the […]
Contents include: Artists, arts policy and funding: ‘A fair share?’ and ‘Understanding Turning Point’ are two new reports commissioned by a-n that aim to demystify the environment for contemporary visual arts practice; in ‘A preoccupation with cultivation’, Elizabeth Wewiora looks […]
Contents include: Is collaboration different in the visual arts? Gillian Nicol reports from ‘Stronger Together’, an event held in Newcastle in June and Nick Sharp discusses IP and copyright issues that arise through collaborative practices; in Debate Kate Phillimore and […]
Contents include: Steve Dutton and Katriona Beales report from the Culture cuts conference in London; WeDidThis founder Ed Whiting discusses opportunities that crowd-funding provides for arts organisations and artists; in Debate Dany Louise asks What do festivals add to a […]
Contents include: Executive Director of CARFAC April Britski reports on the Canadian arts funding scene; in Debate Daniel Fawcett argues that artists’ use of film holds the key to its future; Big Picture is by Ben Ashton and in Collaborative […]
Contents include: Special Spotlight on arts funding section examines changes to the funding climate in Scotland, England and Wales; John Plowman unpicks a new book on collaborative practice in Debate; Big picture is Jack Strange; Plus new Collaborative relationships a-n Collection […]
Showcases the best art and design shows with advertising of degree shows around the UK. Plus in ‘Keep moving’ four recent graduates describe their journeys through the tricky months after university and in ‘Points of reference’ Richard Taylor presents excerpts […]
Contents include: Features include: Margate revealed and Art and learning; in Debate Anna-Marie Gray scrutinises unpaid internships and questions their impact on one’s career prospects. In Collaborative relationships artists Nina Coulson and Alexander Johnson of Yoke and Zoom and Susan […]
Contents include: Features include: Residencies and collaborations and Funding the arts locally; in Debate Mark Dean asks is art the new religion? In Collaborative relationships artist David Cotterrell and Projects Director Carolyn Black discuss communication, mutual trust and the benefits […]
Contents include: Features include ‘Commissioning 2011’ and ‘Prizes and awards’; Dr Jon Bowen debates ‘Democracy: the new way forward’; In Collaborative relationships Artsadmin’s Manick Govinda and Clare Qualmann of walkwalkwalk discuss recent commissions for the Town Hall Hotel in Bethnal […]