a-n Magazine 2009 November - a-n The Artists Information Company

Making a living: Artistic survival in 2009
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Making a living

Organised by Sophie Hope, co-facilitated with Veronica Restrepo and held at London

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The women?s hostel
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Paris Photo 2009

Paris Photo (Carrousel du Louvre, 19-22 November) is the place to be for anyone interested in or working with photography.

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Give what you can, take what you need
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This is Wunderbar

Wunderbar is “a dynamic new festival of contemporary performances, visual art, and extraordinary happenings for North East England that places the audience at the heart of the experience”.

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Where Rabbit vs Fox
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a-n Magazine November 2009

Contents include: UK studio organisations profiled in Creative places; Rona Smith’s North Elevation architectural collaboration in Collaborative relationships; state of higher education debates; plus Reviews from UK and Ireland. PDF version [size 5.4 MB]. Requires PDF reader.

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North Elevation
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North Elevation

Artist Rona Smith, public art consultant Vivien Lovell and architect Soraya Khan discuss the development of Rona’s ambitious North Elevation work which was permanently installed at Lumen United Reform Church last year.

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The Nature on the Beast
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Artist parents: speak up

“There is no more sombre enemy of good art than the pram in the hall” Cyril Connolly, Enemies of Promise, 1938

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The Clearing Part I
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Hinterland

Hinterland curator Jennie Syson says this year’s commissions “will present a cycle-powered cinema, trees grown from books, tasty opportunities to eat the local plant life and a chance to do a spot of bird watching whilst appreciating areas of natural beauty within the city and beyond”.

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AIR Open dialogue event
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New visual arts research

Responding to the gap in intelligence about artists and their practice, AIR: Artists’ Interaction and Representation has been conducting a series of research projects with the aim of informing cultural advocacy and policy-making.

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State of higher education

The quality of art education offered in UK universities has been regularly under the spotlight in recent times. In this month’s Debate, an MA graduate gives an account of the critical situation, and proposes an alternative system to offer education for artists.

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Re: Art is not hardware

I think the issue with this government high street initiative is that it’s not part of a programme which attempts to actively deal with the underlying problems that have caused the recession in the first place.

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Safe art

Is it only me who thinks there is something wrong with art education these days?

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