Contents include: Felicity Shillingford on collaboration, networking and reviving her practice, Mark Gubb tackles commissioners, consultants and artists on the hot topics around public art processes, and Lynn Harris and Paul Stanley talk about their collaborative working and subversive advertising. […]
a-n Magazine 2008 September - a-n The Artists Information Company
Felicity Shilingford discusses collaboration and networking within her practice.
Artists talking hosts blogs from artists engaged in a wide range of practices and at all stages of their careers.
This month sees numerous milestones and celebrations for a-n: firstly, Interface is one year old and to mark the occasion, Reviews has been compiled by its Online Editor Rosemary Shirley whose selection of Interface entries from the past twelve months demonstrate the quality and potential of online reviewing.
David Miles discusses his work Forest as featured on the cover of this months a-n Magazine.
In this months round-up we profile six open studio events.
Arts Council Englands reputation was badly affected following announcement of its 2008-11 investment strategy for regularly funded organisations (RFOs).
Naori Priestly who graduated from the Royal College of Art last year with a MA Constructed Textiles is one of 300 makers selected to show in Origin 2008.
Highlighting digital and new media commissions, exhibitions, research and resource developments.
Students graduating from the MA in Interdisciplinary Arts Practices at Oxford Brookes University are staging an exhibition of their work at sites in Oxford. M8 showcases work from twelve diverse artists at OVADA, The Town Hall Gallery and some of […]
Public artist or visual artist? Open or closed? Fee-paid or speculative? Drawn from interviews, Mark Gubb brings points of view from public art commissioners and consultants into a debate started by artists in the April issue of a-n Magazine.
Cutting-edge galleries from Birmingham, Bristol, Gateshead and London are amongst exhibitors selected for the 2008 Zoo Art Fair, 17-20 October at Royal Academy of Arts, London.
From more than forty entries, winners of the first Michaelhouse National Sculpture Competition are: first prize £3,000 to Anna Sikorska; second prize £2,000 to Tim Harrison, and third prize £1,000 to Ali Grant.
Birmingham-based Craftspace is collaborating with maker and academic Helen Carnac on the research and development process of SLOW, that takes as its starting point issues emerging from the Slow Movement, which has developed as a critical response to our increasingly fast lifestyles and unsustainable consumer culture.
In July, the UK Intellectual Property Office launched a consultation to assess the likely impact of Artists Resale Right and the derogation for deceased artists on the UK art market.
Artist Lynn Harris and artist/curator Paul Stanley talk about working together in the latest in our Collaborative relationships series.
Newstead Abbey in Nottinghamshire is host to Nottingham Contemporarys off-site programme until 7 September, a curatorial guest that has already visited Wollaton Hall for a time and is due to be incarcerated in a former police station later in this year.
The shortlist for the John Moores 25 Contemporary Painting Prize was announced in July.
Over 160 artists are showcasing work in Wirksworth Festivals Art and Architecture Trail.
Helen Carnac on her practice.
16 May 20 June
17 January 29 February
31 May 27 June
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco
29 March 29 June
The recent debate on arts criticism in a-n Magazine (Debate, July-August 2008) by Lara Farrar brought two very different types of arts criticism clearly into view.