Contents include: ‘Making Artists Visible’ focuses on open studio events while in ‘Workspace for Artists’ studios and workshops are in the spotlight. In reviews Alex Hetherington at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, Dr Stephen Riley reflects on insightful videos by Thust and Raban in the exhibition ‘North and South’. PDF version [size 11.3MB]. Requires pdf reader.
a-n Magazine 2007 September - a-n The Artists Information Company
If you were the Arts Council, how would you do it?
This months a-n Collection: Trade-off explores the markets for art in the UK drawing on intelligence gathered at the recent series of NAN Roadshows1.
Elizabeth Masterton, Therell Always Be An England, installation, 2007. Photo: Paul Ridout
Although it is sometimes considered that having an individual studio space is the aspiration of artists, for those who need to use expensive specialist equipment for a limited or specific period, gaining access to a workshop facility with technical support to hand is sometimes the better option.
Amazed at the power of coincidence, I read with particular interest your On the cover piece about Kerry Harker and in particular the fine art vs applied art debate.
Zoo Art Fair has announced its list of exhibitors for the 2007 event, running 12-15 October.
Artists and artists support agencies have benefited from recent Arts Council England funding rounds.
One of the UKs longest running competitions, The Kaupthing Singer and Friedlander / Sunday Times Watercolour Competition remains the largest art prize dedicated to the medium of watercolour.
Congratulations to New Work Network, that celebrates ten years as one of the UKs leading arts networking organisations.
With just over twenty-four hours in Lille, the apd Sojourn was a whistle-stop tour, but one that attempted to broach the prospect of greater exchange between French and British artists and arts organisations by understanding equivalent professional development provision.
As children and young people are high on the national agenda with a host of new policies and initiatives addressing young peoples services, education and the arts, envision and enquire are hosting additional briefing days in September aimed at gallery and museum educators, artists and others working with these groups.
Established in 1986 in Manchester, Chinese Arts Centre celebrates its twenty-first birthday this year.
In response to artists own needs for greater engagement with arts interested audiences whether for selling or conversational purposes many artists cluster together to create open studio events.
Michele Angelo Petrone, who died in June, transformed the lives of countless cancer patients and their carers by showing how painting could be used to express their fears about illness and death.
By popular request Pensions for artists is running more seminars this autumn.
Twenty-eight artists feature in this major international exhibition of contemporary glass.
Various venues and online
Throughout June, July and August
Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop
Millais Gallery, John Hansard Gallery, City Art Gallery, Southampton
1 July 23 September
2 July 21 August
Gone Tomorrow Gallery, London
7 July 5 August
NGCA, National Glass Centre, Reg Vardy, Sunderland
1 July 23 September