Continuing our series of articles focusing on the career development of well-established artists, painter Geraint Evans talks to Sally Shaw about his success.
a-n Magazine 2002 February - a-n The Artists Information Company
Resource, the Council for Museums, Archives and Libraries has produced a detailed plan for the Department of Culture, Media and Sport showing how England’s regional museums can be revitalised over the next five years. Proposals were requested following the publication […]
Artists Yusupha Jawara and Sabera Bham met through a project called artxchange, which brought artists over from the UK to share skills with Gambian artists. Eddie Chambers tells how this first meeting, and the realisation that both had similar concerns in their work, led to collaboration.
From some 2,000 entries from artists across the UK, ninety-two works were picked for the Hunting Group Art Prizes 2002 exhibition. On the shortlist for the £12,000 first prize and £5,000 young artist prize are Nicholas Archer, Peter Freeth, Tomoya […]
In the summer of 2001 Philip Kennedy travelled to Tuscany as a recipient of a Juliet Gomperts Memorial Trust award.
My first exhibition after leaving college was the Serpentine Summer Show (sadly no longer in existence) which catapulted me into the art world.
In collaboration with the British Museum, the Chinese Arts Centre is organising ‘Chinese Arts in the International Arena’, 18-20 April. The event will bring together some of the world’s leading figures and thinkers about past, present, and future developments in […]
The Kamiyama artist in residence programme (KAIR) was established in 1998 by local businessmen, and is supported by schools and cultural institutions, to bring creative energy to a rural community with few cultural resources. Robin Dance gives an account of his participation in the programme in 2000.
Spacex Gallery, The Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies and Exeter Cathedral, Exeter 24 November – 2 February
Adele Howitt’s recent residency at London’s Commonwealth Institute was set up to complement the National Curriculum’s new module on citizenship. Based at Lena Gardens Primary School, the residency aimed to raise the children’s awareness of how to respect and value […]
Graham Ramsay reports on the artscene in Canada’s largest city.
20-21 Visual Arts Centre, Scunthorpe 17 November – 16 February
The Visual Arts Department of the Scottish Arts Council is commissioning a new audit of artists in Scotland, to inform future policies and schemes. Due to be completed by the summer, the study will provide up-to-date statistics and information on […]
London-based artist Michal Ohana-Cole applied to an Artlink advert in the January 2001 issue of [a-n] MAGAZINE and was selected for the 2002 show themed ‘the way we see ourselves’. “One of my exhibited works – Secret Delights – is […]
The Bull Theatre
When Lesley Davy’s commission to create an artwork for the Economist Plaza faced a technical problem in its realisation, sponsorship from graphics company Halo Digital came to the rescue. For Urban Scan, which involved using the architecture of the Economist […]
Kate Baden Fuller was one of thirteen artists selected to make work for the new extension to the Mater Hospital in Belfast. Commissioned to design and make a back-lit stained glass panel for the entrance hall and café area, she […]
High Street, West Bromwich and Limited Edition CD 23 November – 19 December
Moira Jeffrey visits the Scottish Highlands and Islands to see how a bid for European Capital of Culture is affecting artists and art organisations.
K Hare is currently studying an artist in residence BTEC in Professional Development at Kensington and Chelsea College. Her oil paintings are abstract but contain subject related to the landscape and make frequent reference to the horse. Hare works intuitively […]
Joanne Lee discusses the evolution of communication and collaboration strategies with Flasch – a group of artists working across northern European countries.
Lewisham College advertised the post of Visiting Artist in Drawing in the July 2001 issue of [a-n] MAGAZINE. Nicky Hodge, a painter with Danielle Arnaud gallery in London, was the successful applicant. Here she describes her first term at the college.
Technological and scientific research is the focus for three new technology fellowships at Kettle’s Yard Cambridge, awarded to Simon Biggs, Mark Palmer and Alexa Wright. These have been created through a collaboration with the university’s research network Crucible and the […]
Rosemary Shirley explores ways artists are working in or with remote locations and how new technologies are being employed.