Paul Plews & Marieta Tsenova, Beauty, photograph, 2005.
a-n Magazine 2006 December - a-n The Artists Information Company
Contents include: Round up of awards news with Jerwood Applied Arts short-list and Paul Hamlyn award winners. Slavka Sverakova on Dark Noise including work by Allan Hughes and Susan MacWilliam. Jem Finer, winner of PRS Foundation New Music Award also […]
Artists projects in progress
The five winners of this years Paul Hamlyn Awards for Visual Arts were announced last month.
Bathing Beauties is a project conceived by Manchester-based public artist Michael Trainor.
Are artists part of the problem when it comes to global warming?
Kings Wood, Ashford
Launch 15 September
A writer for a-n Magazine 1997-98, Richard Gagola, who died suddenly in October, will be remembered by friends and arts colleagues for his wit, infectious humour, and commitment to the visual arts.
Greenwich Foot Tunnel, London
14 October 25 November
A merger between Cywaith Cymru/Artworks Wales and CBAT The Arts & Regeneration Agency, Wales in October has created the largest public art company in the UK.
Now in its fifth year, ANTI continues to alter its physical character through a programme that occupies changing sites in this Finnish Lakeland town.
Engage, the association that promotes the understanding and enjoyment of the visual arts, launched the enquire report, Inspiring Learning in Galleries on the 6 November at Tate Modern, London.
Arts Professionals recent survey shows that arts organisers across all art forms are badly paid, with over half earning less than £25K annually.
Every age rewrites its history in its own image. Each age produces art that reflects that image, whether consciously or not.
Aspex, Portsmouths contemporary visual art gallery, opens in its new premises in the heart of Portsmouths regenerated Gunwharf Quays in December.
The Arts Council of is hosting a conference on Arts, Health and Well-being in Wales on 5 December with the overall aim of presenting and discussing a Draft Strategy for Arts, Health and Well-being.
Six jewellers are competing for the UKs most prestigious prize in the applied arts, the
South Central is a not-for-profit contemporary art space that started in July and is based in the Southgate Centre shopping mall, Bath, an area due for redevelopment.
Northern Art Prize, a new prize for contemporary artists, launched in November.
Short-listed for the 2006 Jerwood Photography Awards are Zoe Hatziyannaki, Peter Oetzmann, Paul Plews, Indre Serpytyte and Paul Winch-Furness, whose work is on show at the Jerwood Space, London until 9 December prior to a national tour.
Artists are getting record resale royalties as DACS made the fourth set of royalty payments in October.
I have recently been very badly treated by a gallery as in not told about artworks sold, then not paid, then given bouncing cheques and downright lies and evasion.
The recent coverage in a-n publications on good practice and rates of pay for artists is very useful, but I think that an important issue has not been covered.
I read with interest your latest Good Practice publication, Negotiating your practice.
I am writing about the article in Octobers a-n Magazine reviewing The Edinburgh Annuale, Annuale III by Guyan Porter.