This month’s issue of a-n Magazine highlights a range of collaborative relationships. In ‘Cross-pollination’ a new format of article that explores in depth the nature of relationships between artists and organisations we hear of the symbiotic partnership between […]
a-n Magazine 2003 October - a-n The Artists Information Company
School’s out Chris Brown wrote an excellent article about the recent graduates from Welsh colleges of art and design (‘School’s out’, September a-n Magazine). At the risk of being accused of being unnecessarily sensitive to a perceived north-south divide, I […]
Lewis Carroll’s Alice books have been a source of inspiration since my first experience of them as a child.
Founded by sculptor Charles Hadcock and designer Russell Howard and housed in old water board offices, the Watermark in Preston is home to a unique blend of creative commercial businesses and artists’ studios. Twelve artists and designers located there grouped […]
Publisher: Thames and Hudson
A two-year pilot artists’ mentoring programme in Glasgow, aimed at recently graduated artists in the city who are unemployed or underemployed within the arts was launched in August. Developed by Impact Arts, a leading arts company specialising in arts and […]
Rhodes + Mann, London
24 July 14 September
In the second of the ‘Crossing over’ series, Nina Madden meets Kirsty Ogg, Director of London-based organisation The Showroom.
Hotbath Gallery, Bath
6 August 17 September
Jen Southern and Jen Hamilton discuss their collaboration on the ‘Distance Made Good’ project.
North Light Gallery, Huddersfield
16 July 27 September
Ben Coode-Adams talks to Rob Kesseler and NESTA about their symbiotic relationship.
Alison F Bell reports from the 12th International Surface Design Association Conference.
A glasswork is on show at Birmingham’s Symphony Hall until 31 October as part of the festivities around this year’s Birmingham Book Festival. Talking Story by Franki Austin comprises sixteen panels that weave a version of the myths of Orpheus […]
Richard Priestley reports from the 6th Sharjah Biennial.
International artists will feature in the refurbishment of Junction, Cambridge’s leading contemporary arts and entertainment venue. Proposals from shortlisted artists for public art projects have now created an interactive online virtual exhibition on www.junction.co.uk/publicart with the public invited to nominate […]
When I moved to the Essex coast from London in 1999, I began experimenting with digital techniques while I was refurbishing my studio.
Fifty artists took up residence in 8,000 sq ft of redundant buildings at Middle Rocombe Farm in Devon in September. Seen as an experiment in creating new spaces for artists to exhibit their work the Art Farm Project hopes to […]
Critical debate and artists’ awards form part of the Decibel programme, running until May 2004. Arts Council England has allocated £5m to the Decibel initiative, designed to create a long-term impact on the profile and support of culturally diverse arts […]
An installation created by artist Adam Reynolds and Sign Dance Collective marked the retail launch of the Beatwax Relics at Zest Pharmacy in September. Sited in a purpose-built display case, the installation takes the form of a miniature glass house […]