Lorna B Hughes, Upholstered pigeon seats.
a-n Magazine 2006 July - a-n The Artists Information Company
Contents include: Is ‘Disability artist’ another label leading to ghettoised work? Notes from FASED’s panel discussion. Susan Jones on artists’ rates of pay. Focus on prizes and awards, new film fund and Midlands-based initiatives. JISC subscription package launched for universities […]
With a government spending review impending, the value of culture has had high scale profiling recently.
Paul Matosics letter (June issue) raises important issues for all artists for whom operating professionally is vital.
Views on cultural policy and the environment for contemporary practice.
The Customer Management Team (TCMT) is undertaking a review of pensions within the artistic community so we can better understand their views of current pension provision.
In the past, the products of public art tended to be manifested through regeneration schemes such as the GardenFestivals (Stoke on Trent, Glasgow and Gateshead) and a spirited campaign instigated by the (then) Arts Council of Great Britain for per cent for art.
Hannah Firth will be the Curator for Wales at the Venice Biennale of Art 2007, joining the team headed by Michael Nixon.
The Art Guide is a web-based listings site from Castlefield Gallery.
Toby Patersons commission for Glasgows Tramway has now been permanently installed.
Last year FASED hosted a panel discussion about the place of disability in creative identity.
For those worried about the impact of loss of EU funds for their cultural industries information and business development programmes, keep a beady eye on www.euclid.info As ever, the bureaucracy is running behind the practicalities and whilst the Culture 2000 […]
The Spinnerei is a compelling place, because of the great creative atmosphere and the availability of large, dynamic show spaces.
July sees the launch of a major new £1 million commissioning initiative.
Art prizes are much valued by artists, not only because they provide some much-needed cash that can go towards new work but also for their profile-raising value that supports artists career development.
As a textile artist based in Nottingham, I am currently one of nine artists and craft makers in the East Midlands engaged in Connect @The Usher Gallery.
The Channel 4 British Documentary Film Foundation in conjunction with Arts Council England and with the support of the Institute of Contemporary Arts has launched BRITDOCART.
On 23 July the High Street of picturesque Southwold, jewel of the Suffolk coast, will be shut to traffic to become an al fresco museum of the bizarre.
An innovative and thought-provoking online photography gallery showcasing the best in regional talent, was launched in June.
Pallas Heights Gallery and Pallas Studios have been forced to close after serving the art and local communities for ten years in the North Inner City of Dublin.
20 April 3 June
I dont know whether its just me, but at the moment I cant help thinking that a lot of what I do as a practising artist is to prepare to travel to some part of the country, usually by train.
University of Essex Gallery, Colchester
18 May 8 June
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John Hansard Gallery, Southampton
4 May 17 June