Kevin Osmond, Untitled (squirl cluster), drawing, 122x152cm
a-n Magazine 2006 October - a-n The Artists Information Company
Contents include: AIR membership scheme launched and Artists’ advisory group introduced. Charlotte Hodes wins Jerwood Drawing Prize. Edinburgh’s Annuale III reviewed plus shows in Isle of Mull, Vale of Glamorgan, Leigh and a radio broadcast. Catherine Wilson on her experiences […]
The winners of the Jerwood Drawing Prize 2006 have been announced.
As a former teacher now working for the past five years as a gallery educator and also a freelance artist I have been interested to follow the a-n proposals on artists fees.
This month sees the launch of AIR – Artists’ Interaction and Representation.
Frieze Art Fair is upon us once again, and as well as 150 art galleries from around the world showcasing over 1000 artists work, visitors can take advantage of an ambitious curatorial programme, under the umbrella term of Frieze Projects.
Unique sites along Nottinghams River Trent are a focus of a series of site-specific performances, installations and artworks.
Chinese Arts Centre is hosting Vital 06, an international festival of live art in Manchester to raise awareness of the diverse, exciting and challenging work being made by artists of Chinese descent from across the world.
Playing its part in Octobers visual arts buzz in London, Zoo Art Fair is establishing its reputation as a showcase for emerging UK and international galleries, project spaces, artist collectives, curatorial groups and publications.
Thanks to a substantial grant from Arts Council England, the National Federation of Artists’ Studio Providers will launch in October.
The Art House, a Wakefield-based membership organisation for artists, has always championed inclusivity.
Now in its fourth year, Inspired Art Fair aims to show the best in contemporary art from emerging independent artists.
The unfairness of age restrictions on art competitions and opportunities for artists has been aired in the pages of a-n Magazine over many years.
I met Boubacar Keita and visual and performance collective, Art & Action on a visit to Dakar, Senegal last year.
V22 plc has been accepted to deal on PLUS Markets (Ofex), enabling the start in September of the first ever publicly traded shares in a contemporary art collection.
Various venues, Edinburgh
28 July 3 September
An Tobar, Isle of Mull
3 August 29 September
Coed Hills Rural Artspace, Vale of Glamorgan
2 July 1 October
3 July 18 September
Jerwood Space, London
11 August 9 September
Turnpike Gallery, Leigh
15 July 9 September
I can identify with much of what John Boshoff said in his letter Augusts a-n Magazine.