Contents include: Rob Kesseler comments on ‘Firing Thoughts’ ceramics conference and Gabrielle Hoad reviews five artists’ interventions in museum exhibition on abolition of slavery. Permanent studio space, options in England, Wales and Ireland discussed. Value of Creative Partnership’s work within […]
a-n Magazine 2007 December - a-n The Artists Information Company
David Hancock, The Shadow of Death, 2007, acrylic on canvas, 144x143cm.
It’s been fascinating to watch the lively turnover of postings on Interface1 since its launch, both critical writing posted to Reviews unedited and a-n subscribers posting details of their upcoming shows on Interface What’s on.
Many artists aspire to permanent studio space, whether self-initiated or rented through a specialist organisation. Here, we explore some current options for artists and makers with the focus not only on developments in London but also elsewhere in England, Wales and Ireland.
The new developments at the Newlyn Art Gallery and The Exchange have had a mixed response from local and national media, with three main strands.
Julia Manheim was appointed lead artist by West Sussex County Council to explore how art might be incorporated into the fabric of new school buildings in Crawley.
Members of Laundry an association of West Midlands-based artists whose work includes digital media, community arts, visual arts and performance presented work at Gothenburgs artist-led Galleri 54 in November.
News from the 2007 Zoo Art Fair.
Beacon is a recurring feature within the Lincolnshire expanse, with 2007 seeing the fourth annual collection of sited works in the countys rural landscape and towns.
New appointments and farewells.
A report from the Education and Skills Select Committee has confirmed the value of Creative Partnerships work within the curriculum.
Scotlands largest gathering of artists, arts organisations and delegates from the cultural sector will converge on Edinburgh next year for a three-day cultural summit.
Though the imprecision of ideas expressed in Dave Grimblebys letter (a-n Magazine October issue) hampers meaningful dialogue, I do think he is attempting to raise a set of common-place misconceptions and ill-conceived objections to contemporary art. Firstly, Dave is hostile […]
There is something about a ceramics conference that can send a shudder up the spine.