It was interesting to read about Rob Kesseler’s fellowship in the October issue of a-n Magazine. I am aware that there are different kinds and his sounds very demanding but what about the average college fellowship? I hope the following […]
a-n Magazine 2003 November - a-n The Artists Information Company
Lorna Green reports from The Netherlands on the Art in Nature International Network project.
An exhibition of prisoners’ work selected by Jeremy Deller and Alan Kane launches a new exhibition space at HMP Leyhill’s Tortworth Visitor Centre. Leyhill, near Bristol, intends to be a flagship organisation for other centres in the prison network, with […]
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Open studios events in November and December in London give an opportunity to see work by some of London’s finest designer-makers. Organised by Cockpit Arts, these events are taking place at their two sites at Holborn WC1 and Deptford SE8. […]
Jane Watt profiles collaborations between artists and architects at two newly built schools, in the third of the six-part series ‘Navigating Places’.
Streetlevel Photoworks, Glasgow
2 September 11 October
Glasgow City Council’s proposal to close Tramway 2, the unique large-scale ground floor exhibition space, and give it to Scottish Ballet as a rehearsal studio has been met with dismay within the arts community in Scotland. Scottish Ballet will move […]
Percy Miller Gallery, London
5 September 10 October
Ten artists have been shortlisted for one of the biggest money prizes in the arts world. Artes Mundi is a new biennial prize being organised from Wales. It celebrates artists recognised in their own country who are “emerging internationally”. The […]
X-ray factory, Smethwick
27 September 11 October
Launching this autumn, Decode is a vibrant online e-zine, community space and industry resource for culturally diverse arts in the UK. It aims to support, connect and promote the work of upcoming, under-represented and established artists and organisations working in […]
The Jerwood Foundation was confirmed as the UK’s most prolific art prize-giver when it handed over £25,500 to six visual artists in September. The £15,000 applied arts prize for glass went to Helen Maurer, selected from a shortlist of eight. […]
Ben Woodeson profiles the intensive international summer residency at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, USA.
Beverley Hood reports from the 2003 Siggraph Annual Conference.
When I learnt I had a place on a residency at Phoenix Gallery, during the Brighton festival I was delighted.
Chris Hammonds looks into an evolving gallery that has become a first step for many young and emerging artists to show in London.
Sorcha Dallas’ piece (School’s out, September a-n Magazine) covering undergraduate degree shows in Scotland was needless to say the usual bog-standard fare of description over analysis, but I was more dismayed by seeing there was no mention, even […]
The Artworks for Mental Health exhibition opening 31 October at the RCA, London offers a complex view of art within mental health. Our subjective mental lives are generally understood to reflect the overall workings of the brain, but […]
A wealth of artists’ prizes have been announced recently, including the Jerwood Foundation, Oxo Peugeot Design Awards, Perspective 2003, and the Lexmark European Art Prize (See ‘Prizegivings’ in News). Large sums of money, prestige and publicity are among the benefits […]
Rosemary Shirley visits Reading-based gallery and studio complex Open Hand Open Space and discovers what makes the organisation tick.
Carolyn Black profiles the intensive ideas laboratory run by PVA MediaLab.
During the three-year life of the Regional Arts Lottery Programme, over 2,000 awards totalling £59.3 million were made. The average success rate for applicants was 58% and the average sum awarded £27,000. Evaluation of the scheme by the Arts Council […]
Various venues, Nottingham
1 September 16 November
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Peterborough
5 September 16 November