Contents include: How do other artists feel about unpaid public art competitions? Reviews from Luxembourg, Glasgow and Rotterdam. Artist-led strategies and programmes that support professional development plus report on Professional development through networking scheme. Artists developing their practice and careers […]
a-n Magazine 2008 April - a-n The Artists Information Company
Gillian Nicol introduces this months a-n Collection and considers the implication of the ACE Turning point recommendations on RFOs.
Lesley Halliwell, 20 Assorted Colour Inks (Burnt Sienna), 45x40cm, biro on paper. Photo: Peter Hope.
Developing your practice and career beyond the UK
A bill that will establish a new body to support arts and culture in Scotland has been introduced to the Scottish Parliament.
New appointments in visual arts, development and curating
Artist-led strategies to support professional development have often proved to be the most successful.
Initiated by New Work Network (NWN) in 2007, the Activator programme is a developing strategy to build on the organisations track record for supporting the development of new performance, live and interdisciplinary arts.
Plans for a major new centre for the contemporary arts, the first of its kind in the North of Scotland, were approved in February by the Scottish Government.
The Crafts Council Development Award is aimed at makers in the first three years of their practice, working in England.
The Collecting Live Art symposium that launched independent curatorial initiative Collecting Live Art addressed key issues surrounding the collection, sustainability and legacy of live art.
The first ever comprehensive plan for government support for the creative industries was published in February.
The Art and Design Index to Theses.
The vague meanderings and fly-blown world of kitsch post modernism seem to have lost their ways..
The media is awash with commentary about climate change, a serious issue that of course affects every one of us.
We are self-employed sculptors with wide experience making artworks for the public realm.