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Landscape
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Unheimlich

Pete Clarke gives an account of his involvement in an exhibition that is part of an ongoing network of exchanges between artists from the north west of England and different European cities.

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Images from a selection of projects
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Action and theory

In the last feature in this series, the focus is on artist Anatoly Osmolovsky living and working in Moscow.

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Team-Build
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Taking control

Lucy Wilson talks to Anna Best about her unconventional Year of the Artist residency working with staff at a-n The Artists Information Company.

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The Battle of Orgreave
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Battle of Orgreave

Contemporary re-enactment, art event or memorial? David Butler gives an insider account of Jeremy Deller’s ambitious Artangel Times commission.

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Outline
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The next stage

Graham Parker discusses his approach to his role as Visual Arts Officer at Salford University.

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mapmap
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Digital Arts Network

Lizzie Muller and Andy Roshay of the Digital Arts Network describe how the network addresses the need for regional collaboration in digital arts development.

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Kidnapping Europe
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International Ceramics Festival

In his opening speech at the International Ceramics Festival in Aberystwyth, Garth Clark, owner of the Garth Clark Gallery in New York, remarked on the way potters tend to “herd together” not, he emphasised, like distracted lemmings, but like caribou, moving with a purpose towards their goal.

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Veils of Absence
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Transcending fixed geographies…

Art has always had the ability for convergence and understanding amongst people, irrespective of language barriers. Internationalism in art is that space that transcends fixed geographies, identities and positions to create a new coherence from diverse dialogues. As an artist […]

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Ntate Nyabela, traditional basket maker
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Twenty years in Lesotho

Graham Taylor gives a personal account of his experience of setting up an educational initiative during his time living in Africa.

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Blue Soap
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Continuous currents

This month Kate Fowle has been talking to Christopher Cozier about his experiences as an artist in Port of Spain, Trinidad.

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Arts are Ours
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Front line

Kate Tregaskis discusses recent seminars exploring education work involving artists and the effect this has on artists’ practice.

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The Interrogators' Garden
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Paula Rego

In the first of a series of articles focusing on the career development of well-established artists, Emma Safe meets Paula Rego to discover how she has steered her career to such celebrity.

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Slotty Fever
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Funding mole 2

You’ve done the research, and have got three or four possible sources of funding for a new project. How do you put in an application that stands out from the pile: what gives your approach the edge?

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Labyrinth in a Barn
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Crossing boundaries

Directors and committee members of The Landscape and Art Network expand on the cross-disciplinary nature of the organisation and its remit to defend and improve our environment.

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Forbidden Path
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Researching Japan

Fiona Rutherford reports on her experience of a Crafts Council research trip to Japan and the lasting contacts she made.

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Heads I win, Tails you lose
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Funding mole

Brigid Howarth investigates the world of arts funding and reveals a network of funding routes available to emerging artists.

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Surrender
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Lithuania… now where is that?

Richard Noyce gives an overview of the thriving artscene in one of the Baltic states, and looks at some of the obstacles faced by artists there as they move towards integration within the European Union.

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Smoke House
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Who’s zooming who?

The fourth article in this series pays a visit to Copenhagen in Denmark, where Henrik Plenge Jakobsen is immersed in some big issues. “When I think of Western culture I get a mental image of exclusion, particularly in relation to the individual versus society. The concept of ‘liberty’ is hard to transgress. Because of this it becomes easier to limit yourself and your attitudes toward life in general.”

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Untitled
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EMACA Visual Arts

Akinbowale Sankofa of East Midlands African-Caribbean Arts (EMACA) discusses the aims and objectives of this East Midlands-based organisation.

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Untitled
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Vaulting the gap

Susannah Thompson discusses ‘Vault 2001’ and considers the implications of visual arts programming within a multi-disciplinary venue.

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Sycamore dish
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Art of survival

Victoria Callen describes the pressures faced by rural crafts businesses and suggests key strategies for survival.

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