A Code of Practice takes commonly-agreed principles of good practice and demonstrates why and how they should be applied.
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Contents include: Economic benefits of the arts not felt by artists – but ACE reports a thriving craft market. Record number of NAN ‘Go and See’ bursaries awarded and Visiting Arts funds international networking. Love in a public place and art in a high rise reviewed while Simon Le Ruez peeps behind the net curtains. PDF version [size: 1MB]. Requires pdf reader.
Our look at all the best UK art and design graduate shows with Directory and Professional development advertising from organisations supporting new graduates [size: 4.2MB]. Requires pdf reader.
Contents include: Laura Ellen Bacon on building nests. Professional development round-up. Susannah Silver reports from visual arts conference in South Africa. Yuen Fong Ling on shifting identities in Hong Kong and Rob Olins on combining public art with landscape. Group […]
As part of marking our 25-year anniversary, Chicago-based Tom Burtonwood selects key texts from our publishing in the 1990s illustrating a-n’s impact “as a vehicle for foregrounding developments in artists’ practice and strategies”. Includes articles by Nina Edge, Sunil Gupta, […]
Contents include: Is UK arts policy damaging the arts? Culture Vultures publication reviewed. Why are artists poor? A conference summary. Artists occupy empty flats in Hastings with a remit to contribute to local community. In reviews Maurice Doherty in Glasgow and artists of Chinese heritage explore migration in Plymouth. PDF version [size: 9.4MB]. Requires a pdf reader.
Anthology of reflections by artists who have experienced NAN, edited by Jane Watt as part of her review of the NAN initiative. Includes specially commissioned article ‘Creative connections’ by Susannah Silver, alongside articles from the a-n archive illuminated by Vox […]
Contents include: David Clarke and Simone ten Hompel on friendship and competition in the studio. Southwell Artspace launched while Lisa Scantlebury makes Station disappear. Craft news from London and Wales. Getting to know the unknown sitter – and the benefits […]
Contents include: Layla Curtis travels to the ends of the earth. Ali Beddoes enjoys artist-curated show in Birmingham and Nicolas Deshayes reviewed at Nottingham’s Moot Gallery. Extracts from Curated space online think-tank plus Paul Hamlyn grant winners announced and news […]
Chris Brown selects texts from the a-n Magazine archive which address and explore the impact of international experiences on artists’ practice. From the a-n Collections series. Pdf laserprint quality version [size: 3.5Kb]. Requires pdf reader.
Contents include: In news a mobile memorial for executed campaigner Saro-Wiwa. A Michael Pinsky installation monitors local weather and Sciart awards announced. NAN networking event report summarizes arts resources in Glasgow. Reviews includes interventions in Sheffield and a question of appropriation or sampling in Manchester. PDF version. Requires a pdf reader.
Pdf version of publication intended to support professional development teaching within Higher Education.
Shifting practice, guest edited by John Beagles and Paul Stone, takes the artist-led initiative as its starting point.
Includes introduction by Beagles and Stone and articles from Ruth Claxton, Springhill Institute, Deborah Jackson, Peter Suchin and Susannah Thompson.
From the a-n Collections series.
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Collaborative relationships series exposes the working relationships between artists and the wide range of professionals they collaborate with. From the a-n Collections series. Pdf [size: 1.28Mb]. Requires pdf reader.
Contents include: Dominic Thomas on why artists need a critical context for their practice; Alice Maude-Roxby on why they need toget out more. Ellie Harrison visits as many places as possible and Salford artists dig the allotment. Carnival and crisis […]
Contents include: Rachel Cattle on an American werewolf in London and other influences. Top tips for funding applications. Video and drawing shows reviewed in Sheffield, Marlborough and London. Craft in Northern Ireland, round-up of London art fairs, S Mark Gubb […]
Contents include: Ilana Halperin on volcanic remains and ephemeral islands. Spotlight on artists’ fees and payments research, plus awards and commissions for craft makers. ‘Merrie campers’ in felt tunics strut their stuff at Coniston Water – but do you really […]
Contents include: Checklist of good practice promotes meaningful development for volunteers, a news report on outcomes from The Cultural Commission. Samantha Clark reflects on residencies in the Swiss Alps and at Wysing Arts. A review of contemporary artists using pinhole […]
Contents include: PARTNERS initiative places Scottish artists in local communities. Group shows including ‘New Contemporaries’ reviewed, plus putting the ‘temporary’ into Contemporary Art Norwich. Letters on teaching, school residencies and voluntary work. Graham Dolphin remembers Berlin, Dan Willson pictures his […]
Contents include: Black art examined, school residencies debated and Andy Hewitt and Mel Jordan show in Venice. Performance art reviewed in Dulwich plus work sited at Fairfields hospital. Focus on east England with news of Contemporary Art Norwich and East […]
Contents include: ArtSway an imaginative presence in UK line up at Venice Biennale. Critical dialogue to stimulate and challenge at NAN networking event, Norwich. S Mark Gubb on Iron Maiden and a roller coaster ride to Wheatley Fellowship at Birmingham […]
Contents include: Launch of Future forecast publications and events in Ipswich and Derby mark 25 years of a-n. New beginnings for recent graduates plus Acme Fire Station work/live residents announced. Non profit organisations network in Chicago; issues around city-wide art […]
Contents include: Laura Hewitt on intimacy, dialogue and collaboration at Hotel Mariakapel. Paul Glinkowski introduces artists’ taking part in Africa 05. Bruce Haines talks to Johannes Phokela about his relationship with London’s Gasworks and Clara Ursitti on showing at the […]
Contents include: ‘Are you International?’ A Liverpool Biennial event on the languages through which art is explored. South Africa’s re-entry into global art scene: Johannesburg and Cape Town feature in two commissioned articles. In Reviews, an exhibition exploring the relationship […]
Contents include: What is the future of museum curating? Gordon Dalton reports from Curating now symposium. Catherine Wilson profiles inIVA’s achievements over the last decade. Excerpts from Brian Dewan performance hosted by Grizedale Arts. Tim Machin on making a name […]