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A-n’s Collaborative relationships series exposes the working relationships between artists and the wide range of professionals they choose to collaborate with. In this article, artist David Cotterrell and Projects Director Carolyn Black reflect on the realisation of a unique and demanding work for the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail.

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walkwalkwalk, Bird
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Artsadmin commissions for town hall hotel and apartments

A-n’s Collaborative relationships series exposes the working relationships between artists and the wide range of professionals they choose to collaborate with. In 2009-10 a series of permanent artworks were negotiated for a major redevelopment of Bethnal Green’s former Town Hall into an exclusive hotel. Artsadmin’s Manick Govinda and Clare Qualmann of walkwalkwalk give their account of these negotiations and the work resulting from one of the commissions.

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Last portrait of mother
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Prizes and awards

A selection of forthcoming open exhibition competitions, bursaries and prizes for artists.

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Wideyed in Belgrade, June 2010
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NAN in conversation with Wideyed

In June 2010, Darlington-based photography collective Wideyed was granted a NAN Go and See bursary to travel to Belgrade for research and development. Emilia Telese talks to Lucy Carolan of Wideyed about the bursary and its impact on the group.

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NAN in conversation with Black Dogs

In March 2010, Leeds based artists collective Black Dogs was granted a NAN Go and See bursary to establish a network with artists from Nottingham, Liverpool, Birmingham, Edinburgh and London for research and development. Emilia Telese talks to Yvonne Carmichael of Black Dogs about the bursary and its impact on the group.

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Nothing For Sale Except Nothing Itself
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How to save money

In these times of austerity, a-n Magazine has compiled a catalogue of money-saving ideas for freelancers that have been tried and tested by our readers.

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Ruined at Brunswick Cemetery Gardens
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Commission and create

This month we profile a selection of open exhibition and public art commissioning projects, from applied arts opportunities to innovative site-specific works.

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Signs from Everything you need to build a town is here
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Wonders of Weston

Director of Situations Claire Doherty and artist Stephen Hodge (of Wrights & Sites) give their account of how they developed a contemporary public artwork to reanimate visitors’ experiences of Weston-super-Mare.

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Search Party Vs Lincoln
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Partners in arts

Commentary arising from research into local authority arts organisers’ needs, aspirations and modus operandi, revealing how they value and engage with artists and the approaches they take to their own professional development and to supporting the environment for contemporary visual arts.

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Aron McCartney
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Space to create

Profiling studio and workshop facilities around the country, plus ambitious exhibition projects that are engaging with local communities.

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Spontaneous City
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Spontaneous City in the Tree of Heaven

Artists Bruce Gilchrist and Jo Joelson and curator Emma Underhill discuss their collaboration on a project to create a sculptural ‘habitat’ that will contribute to the life cycle of birds in two urban garden locations.

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Grey Area - NAN Go and See visit to Estonia
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NAN in conversation with Grey Area

In September 2009, Grey Area was granted a NAN Go and See bursary to travel to Estonia for research and development. Emilia Telese talks to Daniel Pryde-Jarman of Grey Area about the bursary and its impact on the group.

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NAN in conversation with Artichoke Studios

In March 2010, Artichoke Studios was awarded a NAN Go and See bursary in order to visit Dynamic Community Arts in Birmingham and Green Close Studios in Melling. Emilia Telese talks to group member Keith Parkinson about the bursary and its impact on the group.

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