Internationally-renowned artist Keiko Mukaide will create The Memory of Place Fire, an installation in water, glass, stone and light on show at York St Marys Church 4 May 28 October. Transforming the historic churchs interior, her intention is to […]
a-n Magazine 2007 April - a-n The Artists Information Company
Sculptor Andrew Sabin is presenting new work in an exhibition now showing at Canary Wharf’s Jubilee Park. Previous public realm projects include being lead artist on the Sustrans Wandle Trail in Surrey and commissioned artist in Canterbury City Council’s Horsebridge […]
The £83 million Arts Council England fund for Grants for the Arts (G4A) has been cut by 35% to £54 million for 2007/08 with falling lottery ticket sales and the first of the Olympics raids on these funds blamed. With […]
Contents include: Should artists’ put life on hold to take up residencies abroad? Low stipends and paying the rent discussed. Advice on preparing grant applications and using The artists’ contracts toolkit online. Reviews from Jerwood Space and Elastic in London, […]
The exhibition made me remember why I wanted to be an artist.
Francesca Steele, Les Fleurs du Mal, still from digital video, 2005.
In reponse to Applying the age discrimination law by Nick Sharp, published in the March issue of a-n Magazine:
As an artist living in the north east region, I was immediately interested in the opportunity advertised on page 40 of the March issue of a-n Magazine, for a six month Residency in Berlin.
Charles Avery, Henry Coombes, Louise Hopkins, Rosalind Nashashibi, Lucy Skaer and Tony Swain will represent Scotland at the 52nd Venice Biennale of Art.
The Scottish Arts Council has appointed 13Strand to undertake a feasibility study to review the existing development and support structure for live art practices in Scotland.
Arts Council England’s scheme to offer all interested parties the opportunity to make their views known on the issue of the public value of the arts.
From an application of over 115, seventeen projects will receive funding for networking programmes designed to develop future and emerging cultural leaders.
Michael Cousin is one of five visual artists to receive a major Creative Wales award in the 2006/7 round.
The British Council plans to redeploy a third of the currently money spent in Europe to Muslim countries in the Middle East and Central Asia.
Notions of locating Creative Scotland the new body arising from the merger of Scottish Arts Council with Scottish Screen outwith Edinburgh is upsetting both the city council and those arts professionals who may be looking to Creative Scotland for their future careers.
Glasgow-based Jackie Anderson is the 2007 RSA Alastair Salvesen Scholar.
The three groups brought together by Live Art UK’s ‘Writing From Live Art: An Editorial Debate’ all had the same objective: to engage in more critical debate about live art.
Manchester Craft and Design Centre, Manchester
26 January 31 March
16 January 18 February
Jerwood Space, London
15 February 31 March
Mary Mary, Glasgow
20 January 23 February
Plymouth Arts Centre, Plymouth
20 January 19 March
Surface Gallery, Nottingham
2 February 3 March