Amongst winners of East England Arts’ ‘six of the Best’ awards, announced in November, are artist Erika Tan (Best new talent) and Wysing Arts (Best place to enjoy the arts). Prizes awarded in six categories others include Best creative […]
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Glasgow-based artist Ben Woodeson profiles the Canadian artist’s initiative, Contemporary Art Forum, Kitchener (CAFKA).
Scotland’s second international festival of live art takes place 3 February 15 March in Glasgow. Launched in 2002 out of the fusion of ‘New Moves’ Scotland’s contemporary dance festival and the National Review of Live Art ‘New […]
Matt Price describes how he curated an exhibition entirely through the web.
Award winning design duo El Ultimo Grito is presenting work at Manchester’s Castlefield Gallery until 1 February. Directed by Roberto Feo and Rosario Hurtado, the exhibition ‘The Evolution will not be televised’ provides a rare opportunity to see the breadth […]
‘Bloomberg New Contemporaries’ is a high-profile annual exhibition open to final year undergraduates, current postgraduates and artists who graduated no earlier than the preceding year. It has a reputation for providing a platform for artists at the start of their […]
My work explores the boundaries between the physical body and the body of a site.
Details and opening hours from Milton Keynes Gallery, T: 01908 676 900.
The Culture Company, an independent commissioning agency based in Huddersfield, aims to promote surprising and creative interventions in everyday places. Their remit combines the programming of events as diverse as exhibitions, festivals, conferences and commissions, working with both public and […]
Sainsbury Centre For Visual Arts, University Of East Anglia, Norwich
1 October – 8 December
Leicestershire artist Jo Fairfax has received a £40,000 NESTA Dream Time Fellowship to incorporate aspects of virtual reality within holograms and holographic film. The award was announced as NESTA (the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts), embarks on […]
E merge D, an artist-run non-profit organisation, facilitates emerging artists working site-specifically and in a context-led manner. It works with artists across a broad range of disciplines with a strong focus on professional practice and support. The opportunities provided are […]
Bankfield Museum, Halifax
28 September – 12 January
Diana Yeh discusses some of the issues raised by Erika Tan in her keynote speech at the Connecting Flights conference.
A few years ago I found a television in a skip.
F a projects, London
1 November – 14 December
Brigid Howarth investigates the multifaceted business of buying and selling in the corporate art market.
Geffrye Museum, London
26 September – 19 January
Jes Fernie reveals the process of enquiry that challenges collaborations between artists and architects.
Baltic, The Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead
26 October – 26 January
Busy with Sciart projects and with work in ‘Metamorphing’ at the Science Museum, Dorothy Cross spares time to reflect on some of the highs and lows of being an artist; describing how artistic faith has carried her through.
Islamic art is perhaps the most accessible manifestation of a complex civilisation that often seems enigmatic to outsiders. Through its brilliant use of colour and balance between design and form, Islamic art creates an immediate visual impact. Its strong aesthetic […]
Peckham’s Whitten Timber Yard is the current home for Area 10, a non-hierarchical artist-led group with experimentation, communication and collaboration at its core.
A one-year pilot project for artists to create new works with patients and carers at the Northern Centre for Cancer Treatment in Newcastle has successfully developed into an on-going programme. Textile artists Ali Rhind and Rachel Phillimore and printmaker/painter Marcia […]
Glass artist Jonathan Andersson discusses the benefits of breaking into the American art and craft fair circuit.