Michell Wren, Story has it, if the Birds move at all, the whole of Liverpool will crumble and fall, No.2, mixed media, 2006.
a-n Magazine 2006 November - a-n The Artists Information Company
Contents include: Littoral helps save Schwitters’ Merzbarn for the nation, Michael Cousin introduces International residencies focus and Steve Dutton examines curatorial internationalism. ‘No place like home’ at Beacon and the damage caused by media controversy – while a new site-specific […]
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This month’s Opportunities focus on international residencies, will sit permanently on www.a-n.co.uk1 as a signpost to regular international residencies that have regular deadlines. Artist Michael Cousin2 has researched this focus alongside his busy practice as an artist, and offers some […]
Ivan Smith comments.
John Plowman and Nicola Streeten comment.
Residencies of any kind are a large undertaking for an artist to commit to both financially and emotionally. The time spent experimenting and finding a fresh perspective or continuing a train of thought uninterrupted must be weighed against the monetary […]
In October, after a six-month review period, Arts Council England issued news of the new structure that is designed to create a more focused, streamlined and effective organisation that is better able to provide national leadership and planning, build new partnerships and make a stronger case for the art.
Evaluation of Scottish Arts Council’s interest free loan scheme Own Art has revealed that Scotland’s contemporary arts market is thriving.
The Secretary of State called a Public Inquiry on 17/18th October at Hackney Town Hall to determine the future of Richmond House, Richmond Road.
A seven-year campaign led by Littorals Ian Hunter and Celia Larner has saved Kurt Schwitters Merzbarn, in Elterwater Village, Cumbria for the nation.
Volunteer opportunities are the norm across the visual arts, often perceived as the only route for newcomers to the profession to gain the CV experience that will get them noticed and their foot on the career ladder.
Richard Deacon, Merlin James and Heather & Ivan Morison have been selected to represent Wales at the 52nd Venice Biennale in 2007.
An exploration of professional development support needs for makers in the West Midlands has identified that as makers working patterns are characterised as multi-tasking portfolio workers.
The Biennial age is the age of the illusion of free flowing global movement of thought and capital, when the success of an artist could be measured in airmiles.
The Crafts Council launched a major new selling event for contemporary craft in October.
October saw the formal opening of Elements, the transformed garden and corridor areas at Park House, North Manchester General Hospital. Under the leadership of artists Stella Corrall and Adam Reynolds, service users and staff at Park House have been brought […]
Two major themes emerged during a recent Littoral conference, and both of them had to do with community self-reliance.
Hotbath Gallery, Bath
De la Warr Pavilion, Bexhill on Sea
22 July 17 September
9 September 10 October
Tricycle Gallery, London
12 September 7 October
Art Gene, Barrow-in-Furness
18 August 19 September
Asia House, London
31 August 11 November
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