Contents include: Coverage of Scottish Executive Culture Bill questions lack of recognition for the creative individual. In extracts from her Berlin blog C Morey de Morand writes about everyday experiences of a residency. Work by Tom Neill and Brian Catling […]
a-n Magazine 2007 March - a-n The Artists Information Company
Sara Ogilvie, The Intellectuals, from a series of ten silkscreen prints called Tobacciana.
First impression of the residency: Kafkaesque. It appears as an institution, possibly a police headquarters or seminary for lay priests.
As Anne Brodies Big Antarctica project blog draws to a close, C Moray de Morands compelling account of her Berlin residency is building up steam.
Advice from artists on assessing opportunities
I understand a-n is researching the minefield of public liability insurance for visual artists.
As Im sure youre aware, the Scottish Executives long-awaited Draft Culture Bill was published just before Christmas.
Nicola Wallis, a graduate of the Slade School of Art and AIR member, has won the Adrian Carruthers Studio Award.
American artist Margaret Salmon was announced winner of the first MaxMara Art Prize for Women in January.
Derbyshire Community Foundation and the University of Derby announce their new partnership.
London-based Melanie Russell and Camilla Wilson are amongst thirty artists selected for the Jerwood Contemporary Painters exhibition.
A collaboration between Central Asia and UK, this project is dedicated to forging new links between art communities in these regions through artist residencies, cultural exchanges and exhibitions.
Manchester Museums first sustained research programme for artists.
Zoë Walker and Neil Bromwichs Limbo-Land is a multi-media installation focused around the space of oblivion, confinement, or transition.
Cardiff Art In Time, affectionately known as the CAT Show, revives one of the seminal art festivals of the 1990s.
Raphael Dadens light work for the centre of Barking forms part of a regeneration programme that anticipates the 2012 Olympics in East London.
The Culturgen project is set to establish the destinations and careers of fine art graduates from Nottingham Trent School of Art (NTSAD).
South Hill Park, Bracknell
9 December 11 February
Bonington Gallery, Nottingham Trent University
12 January 17 February
Curwen and New Academy Gallery, London
10 January 3 February
Northern Print, Newcastle
18 January 4 March
18 January 31 August