a-n Magazine 2005 June - a-n The Artists Information Company

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a-n Magazine June 2005

Contents include: ArtSway an imaginative presence in UK line up at Venice Biennale. Critical dialogue to stimulate and challenge at NAN networking event, Norwich. S Mark Gubb on Iron Maiden and a roller coaster ride to Wheatley Fellowship at Birmingham […]

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Good practice for theatre educators

Although aimed at visual artists, a-n’s Good practice in paying artists, sets out a framework for paying practitioners according to their overheads and experience, and The artist’s fees toolkit have been recommended by Theatre Education News – the quarterly magazine […]

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Arts officers surveyed

In May we conducted a sample survey of arts officers attending NALGAO’s annual conference in Cardiff, to find out more about how they worked with artists, what methods they used to recruit them for work, and to identify the additional […]

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25-year celebratory networking

Over fifty subscribers attended the first 25-year networking event in Ipswich in April, joined by speakers David Mach, Liliane Lijn, Caroline Broadhead and Faisal Abdu’Allah from the preceding ‘No Boundaries’ conference, organised by Suffolk County Council’s Making Art Work programme. […]

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Glasgow Art Fair

a-n was at Glasgow Art Fair from 28 April to 2 May, with an information stand in the Extension. Staff from the Editorial Production and Communications and Sales Teams were on the stand each day to promote a-n to artists […]

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HE developments

Hosted by London College of Communications, the a-n HE Advisory Group meeting in April discussed current approaches to professional practice in art and design courses and the challenges for tutors and careers advisers, and to identify areas for wider exchange […]

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Editorial – 2005 June

As the 51st Venice Biennale opens this month, a-n staff and contributors will be out and about, island hopping and promoting the first of the new a-n Collections – Collaborative relationships. Unwrapping the intricacies of working relationships between artists and […]

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I.F.F.E.
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New Forest Pavilion

ArtSway at the Venice Biennale, Palazzo Zenobio, 8-12 June

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The time-capsule
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Ad hoc in Venice

The Hong Kong Artist’s Biennale 2005 relocates to Venice in June, to coincide with the biennale. This artist-run show is an open forum for images, words and sounds. Concerned with non-hierarchical collecting and anarchic exhibition systems, it is enabled through […]

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More than just a residency

In response to an advertisement in your April issue for a Resident Artist at Bootham School in York, I wrote to the school for further details. I was aware that they were only offering a tiny stipend of £3,600 for […]

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Lyrics and drawings from the infamous Glasgow based band
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Trajectory

Trajectory is a not-for-profit publication house initiated by Something Haptic in March 2002 that aims to promote original books and offer artists an opportunity to publish and sell unique pieces that perhaps fall outside of larger, more mainstream organisations. On […]

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Close-up Ball
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Prestigious prizes

Judith Dean's proposal to cast a small rectangular section of ploughed field in bronze amongst the lawns of Ragley Hall won this year's Jerwood Sculpture Prize, a £25,000 commission. Field will have a dark brown patine to represent rich, fertile […]

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Resale right

Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS) has welcomed the Commons Select Committee recommendations in March on implementation of Droit de suite (Artist’s resale right) from January 2006. Artist's resale right entitles artists and visual creators whose work is protected by […]

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Vessel
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Ceramic celebration

The Earth and Fire international festival of ceramics takes place at Rufford Craft Centre in Nottinghamshire at the end of June. The two-day event showing the work of over a 100 makers is one of the unsung successes of the […]

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Back and forth

From a-n Magazine June 1995 “Collaboration is inescapable and students urgently need to develop the skills required to work collectively…” said art educationalist Sean Kaye; Shadow Minister for the Arts Mark Fisher was talking in earnest to arts professionals to […]

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Critical Space

Jane Watt reports on the NAN event that took place in Norwich in March.

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Pensions for artists

a-n's not the only organisation advocating for imaginative solutions for financing artists in their old age. Modelled on a US scheme, The Artist Pension Trust is in the process of identifying 250 artists over five years to benefit from an […]

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Presentation under review

The first meeting of an Advisory group to steer Arts Council England's major review of the Presentation of Contemporary Visual Arts took place in April. The review intends to make the case for increasing funds for visual arts in the […]

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First Born
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Studios open

Whilst curators and art stars flock to the Venice Biennale, many artists prefer to stay home and get another kind of public interface. Amongst the plethora of open studio events in June are: Cockpit Arts in Deptford, South East London […]

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Leisure Centre

Leisure Centre is a new art publication. It is A6, black and white and put together without staples or glue using a cunning folding technique that can be turned in on itself to reveal the Underside. This first issue is […]

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The actions of a disparate man
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S Mark Gubb

My cousin introduced me to Iron Maiden when I was eight and I failed my art A level when I was eighteen.

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