Consideration for the environment along with building community engagement feature within some recent projects organised in Yorkshire, Scotland, Wales Northumberland and Derbyshire.
a-n Magazine 2008 December - a-n The Artists Information Company
Profiling studios and facilities around the UK.
Historically in the United States the domain of culture and the arts has not been seen as the business of Government, though recent events seem to indicate this might be about to change.
I was interested to read your letters from Chris Young in the October magazine and the later response from Jon Bowen in November.
Oh dear. Only two pages of opportunity listings this month (a-n Magazine, November 2008) – seven if you count the larger visual impact boxed postings.
Contents include: Double issue includes Collaborative relationships: Margherita Gramegna and Francis Knight; Big picture by Rowena Dring plus special commissions and workspace features. PDF version [size 6 MB]. Requires PDF reader.
Eastside Projects, Birmingham
27 September – 22 November 2008
The Drawing Room, London
9 October – 30 November 2008
Gallery Milliken, Stockholm
28 August – 5 October
Art at the Centre is an award scheme from Arts Council England, South East that seeks to involve artists from the outset of regeneration projects across the region. As part of this scheme, Maidstone Borough Council looked to develop an Artists’ Quarter in the heart of the town to promote the area’s wealth of creative talent. Here video-media artist Margherita Gramegna and consultants FrancisKnight talk about their involvement in this process and the resulting work, Artists Don’t Bite.
St Andrews Museum, Fife
13 September – 2 November
John Jones Project Space, London
Brighton Photo Biennial, Fabrica, Brighton
3 October – 16 November
Views from the blogs about the current economic climate.
This month’s prize winners and awards nominees.
Jessica Lloyd-Jones, Pulse, blown glass, neon gas, electricity, 16x12x10cm, 2008.
Zooey Martin profiles the work of Rowena Dring.
What happens to all the unwanted avatars? When we no longer want these ‘second lives’, do they just revert to inert data held on a server?
Few people will not know that Liverpool, in the early autumn of its European Capital of Culture 2008 year, has been visited by a Big Spider.
Set up by Arts Council England in 2002, Creative Partnerships is set to become an independent organisation. Creativity, Culture and Education (CCE), as the organisation will now be known, will receive a
In October, Iniva announced the appointment of Tessa Jackson as interim Chief Executive.
Engage’s enquire programme, the largest systematic review in England to focus on how children and young people can learn through galleries, contemporary art and with artists, published its findings in November as 02 Inspiring Learning in Galleries.
Last spring, Yorkshire ArtSpace Society hosted Junko Mori within the artist in residence programme.
Arts Council England’s latest consultation now launched focuses on self-assessment and peer review and you are invited to have your say.
The British Ceramics Biennial (BCB), launched on 1 December 2008 and directed by A FINE LINE partners Barney Hare Duke and Jeremy Theophilus, is a major initiative to create a programme of events and activities and a showcase Biennial event in Stoke-on-Trent to take place in October/November of 2009, 2011 and 2013.