Paul Cole, Pink Hat, oil on canvas, 225x165cm
a-n Magazine 2006 June - a-n The Artists Information Company
Contents include: Artists engage in Gao Brothers Utopia of Hugging at a NAN networking event, Nottingham. Reviews from Penzance, plus the cultural significance of flowers in work by Jyll Bradley and eight artworks in the Forest of Dean. Ceramics and […]
What I like about being an artist
Tristan Hessing of Moot reports from the NAN-NANA event.
June marks the completion of a-ns 25-year programme of research, debate and publishing.
At a recent symposium on the British Art Show1 the discussion took a somewhat unexpected turn.
The Comment article published in a-n Magazines June issue raises a number of points that need to be addressed.
Art Not Oil is a non-profit project aimed at encouraging artists to create work that explores the damage that oil companies are doing to the planet, and the role art can play in counteracting that damage.
Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens, Penzance
29 April 1 May
Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire
Limousine Bull, Aberdeen
21 April 6 May
While increased media coverage has helped raise general awareness of war inflicted Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), psychiatrists have further investigated the widespread social traumatic afflictions resulting from repeated psychological assaults, within the civilian population.
Mary Mary, Glasgow
15 April 19 May
Graeme Miller is a theatre maker, composer and artist, whose work reflects a sense of landscape and place.
Bury St. Edmunds Art Gallery, Bury St. Edmunds
28 March 6 May
Transition Gallery, London
8 April 7 May
In October 2005, Channel 4 asked the nation to get involved in the Big Art Project.
The Ceramics Book is a key reference guide to 300 ceramic artists and potters living and working in the UK, many of whose showrooms and potteries are open to the public.
One hundred of Europes leading ceramic artists will be exhibiting at Earth and Fire 2006, Rufford Craft Centres international ceramics festival which takes place in the picturesque surroundings of Rufford Country Park from 24-25 June 2006.
International glass artists from as far afield as the USA, Australia, Prague, Venice and Denmark will converge on Stourbridge Britains historical centre of the glass industry in August for the second International Festival of Glass.
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland (ACNI) has welcomed the Secretary of State for Northern Irelands final announcement on the Review of Public Administration.
Adventures Online 1996-2006: inIVA Online The First Ten Years is launched this month.
New Artists and Makers Emporium (N.A.M.E.), the art and contemporary craft show dedicated to showcasing the very best from new artists and makers, will return to Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire on 28 and 29 October.