a-n Magazine 2006 September - a-n The Artists Information Company

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a-n Magazine September 2006

Contents include: Pamela Wells makes case for higher day rates for artists and Binita Walia challenges low commission fees. Bianca Winter loses herself in the meticulous detail of work by Danica Maier and Jane Thurley. Landscape and the environment feature […]

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Editorial – 2006 September

This month’s a-n Collections: Artists’ profiles presents Edith Marie Pasquier’s selection from over 150 profiles on www.a-n.co.uk.

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Blinking Ballet
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Gstaad

The second edition of the Gstaad international short film festival for artists’ films took place from 25-27 August.

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Genuine Old School Schedule Info Point
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Offsite and online

Since advertising in February a-n Magazine, Phoenix Arts, Leicester has commissioned three new pieces of work that enable the audience to interact on and offline around the city.

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deciBel awards

The 2006 deciBel Award recipients are: Bernd Behr, Rosalind Nashashibi, Harold Offeh, The Otolith Group, Hiraki Sawa and Lynette Yiadom-Boakye.

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Diverse developments

Every professional looks to develop their skills throughout their caree;, the same is true for the creative sector.

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Arts Council is failing to convince

Arts Council England has come under heavy fire recently, as debates have raged about how usefully it serves the artistic community and the public.

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Seeing the Wood for the Trees
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Ecology examined

Martin Prothero, whose approach to his practice was featured in a-n’s Artist’s stories in 2003, was one of eight artists commissioned to carry out research projects for RANE (Research in Art Nature & Environment).

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Towards a Promised Land Part 2
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Exodus

Plagues of lice, locusts, frogs and flies, a twenty-fivemetre high sacrificial sculpture and a cast of thousands will on 30 September dramatically transform the south coast town of Margate into a colourful and contemporary setting for an epic film inspired by the Old Testament Book of Exodus, in which the town’s residents will play all of the parts.

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The Code of Practice - artists
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Artists’ fees update

In order to ensure their fees keep track with their level of experience and the general rate of increases in costs of living and overheads, September’s a good time for artists to review their approaches to budgeting and charging.

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The Blade Factory
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A space

In September, the A Foundation launches Greenland Street, a major new contemporary art centre in Liverpool.

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Signing the Lease
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Print move

Northern Print Studio will move to new premises in October.

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China – UK initiative

A major new initiative designed to strengthen cultural links between the UK and China was launched in July in London.

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Happening
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Body Navigation

The second Body Navigation ‘international festival of contemporary arts’ ran 6-9 July 2006 across varied sites, spanning the park on Elagin Island and the urban sprawl of St Petersburg.

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Flat Earth
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Animate!

Six innovative new commissions by animate! tv will receive a terrestrial TV premiere on Channel 4 in November.

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Vasculum
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Painting prize

Four Scotland-based artists were awarded £5,000 each after being short-listed for the 2006 Aspect Prize.

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International award

September launches the exhibition for the 2006 Nam June Paik award – Internationaler Medienkunstpreis der Kunststiftung NRW (International Media Arts Award of the NRW Arts Foundation).

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