Contents include: Laura Hewitt on intimacy, dialogue and collaboration at Hotel Mariakapel. Paul Glinkowski introduces artists’ taking part in Africa 05. Bruce Haines talks to Johannes Phokela about his relationship with London’s Gasworks and Clara Ursitti on showing at the […]
a-n Magazine 2005 April - a-n The Artists Information Company
Janine Goldsworthy and Suzanne Hutton, both members of a-ns Communications Projects Team, recently completed re:gen, a residencey and exhibiton project held in Sunniside, Sunderland. Featuring the work of six artists who all graduated within the past two years, the project […]
We are very pleased to welcome Jo Wilson as a new addition to our Editorial Production Team. Jo has been based in the North East of England for the past eight years and currently working on an MA in Cultural […]
Out-and-about in recent weeks have been Susan Jones and Richard Padwick, participating in the 2005 N-Ten conference in Chicago of US non-profitmaking organisations through a presentation on the pros and cons of developing and publishing www.a-n.co.uk. The invitation came from […]
When invited in March to give evidence in person at the Culture, Media and Sport Committees Inquiry into the Market for Art, we used the opportunity to emphasise key areas for attention that would benefit many artists, taking into account […]
Bruce Haines profiles Johannes Phokelas ongoing partnership with Gasworks in London.
Before the media redirects our attention elsewhere, whilst other events and calamities jostle for our collective attention, time then to reflect on how the significance of these dire circumstances have been brought into sharp focus through artistic initiatives and experiences, […]
This new website, launched from www.a-n.co.uk, will go online from 1 May. As a critical showcase for graduate exhibitions and new writing the site aims to promote the work of new graduates to curators, commissioners and other arts professionals. In […]
Thank you for many years of a-n magazine. I have enjoyed using it very much. Recently I came to the realisation, as I rang yet another competition for details, that I was really using it for the artists opportunities. Only […]
Why is Motiroti so touchy? Im sure many creative people working in production companies would be offended by the insistence in your Errata note that they are not artistic. Equally, your article makes it clear that many of the things […]
Laura Hewitt on Hotel Mariakapel, an artists initiative where the ideas of intimacy, dialogue and collaboration are fundamental concerns.
Cell Project Space, London
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A plethora of shortlists and prize-winners have recently been announced, making April a bonanza prize month.
Amongst recent projects designed to provide a supportive environment for artists whilst they undertake public projects is The way I see it. Organised as part of Suffolk County Councils Making art work scheme and aimed at new artists, it takes […]
Art in the Public Realm is the next seminar in NALGAOs programme, aimed at arts officers and elected members. Held on 11 April in association with South Cambridgeshire District Council, the event will focus on the tools and experience required […]
The creativity of artists living in Wales is marked by Arts Council Wales annual Creative Wales Awards. With over £215,000 offered to nineteen artists across all artforms, these awards provide valuable time out to review current practice and research new […]
Over 100 artists, contributors and venues will be taking part in Glasgow International 2005, the citys first curated and commissioning festival of contemporary visual arts running 21 April 2 May. Highlights include Tramways hosting of a specially-curated show from […]
An exhibition project launched 30 April will focus on the significance of the artwork as object and the nature of its creation. Bringing together emerging artists from around the UK, the Mill Workers project at Islington Mill on Manchesters edge […]
In January 2006, Artists resale rights will be a reality in the UK, after many years of hard lobbying by artists organisations and individual artists. Arguably the most important new right for artists in recent history, this will ensure that […]
The Value of Visual Exploration: Understanding Cultural Activities with Young People by Dr Roz Hall has been published by The Public. Based on exploring forms of cultural participation and evaluation, the book has arisen from a five-year action research project […]
A partnership between Glasgow School of Art and Chinas Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing has generated a new course starting in September, enabling 100 Chinese students annually to begin studies at home and complete degrees in Glasgow. The […]
This spring, as part of the Africa 05 arts festival, a number of artists from around the African continent are in London making new work for various cultural institutions. Paul Glinkowski introduces the work of five of them.
Trinity Technology College, Warwick
I first visited Sweden when I was invited to participate in the Gothenburg Biennale in 2001.
Leyhill Arts and Gardens HMP, Gloucestershire
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