A topical round-up of projects that focus on development of artists’ practice and their engagement with people.
a-n Magazine 2010 March - a-n The Artists Information Company
Introducing our student online subscription offer, how to use Degrees unedited and signposting excellent ways to promote final-year shows.
In January the quantitative findings of a longitudinal study Creative Graduates Creative Futures were published.
Winners, shortlists and announcements for March.
Artist Christine Wilcox-Baker recounts her residency at Tatton Park with Gardens Manager Sam Youd.
Glasgow’s museums, galleries, streets, bridges and hidden spaces will showcase the work of national and international artists when Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art returns in April 2010, building on the success of the 2008 Festival.
Art Sheffield 2010 – Life: A User’s Manual, showcasing work by locally, nationally and internationally based artists takes place across Sheffield from 6 March until 1 May 2010.
Curated by Joanna Fiduccia and Chris Sharp, The Zero Budget Biennial is billed as the biennial to end all biennials.
Yorkshire’s Artimelt Academy is The Culture Company’s new support programme for arts organisations and individuals that wish to develop knowledge and ideas with the purpose of producing proposals of strong creative media content for digital and social media funding programmes such as Channel 4’s 4iP programme, The Wellcome Trust’s Arts Award scheme and Grants for the Arts from Arts Council England.
Wales-based artists will have the opportunity to travel the length and breadth of the country for inspiration and enlightenment thanks to a project created by artists Tom Goddard and Brian Watkins.
Sadly, a-n’s Director of Development, Louise Wirz, is leaving to explore new territories.
Kerry Jameson, Conflict.
Contents include: Residencies and communities feature; the future of foundation courses in Debate; Big picture is Conflict by Kerry Jameson; Christine Wilcox-Baker recounts her residency at Tatton park in Collaborative relationships. PDF version [size 5 MB]. Requires PDF reader. a-n […]
Jack Hutchinson reports back from The State of the Arts – The Conference for the Arts, hosted by the Royal Society for the Encouragement of the Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce (RSA).
Littlewhitehead, Sentient Orbs, mixed media installation, 2009. Installation view at Talbot Rice Gallery (part of ‘Grey Matter’ exhibition).
With entry to John Moores closed by the time you read this, you’re either registered and in with a chance for the
Through its ongoing research and dialogue with artists, a-n aims to identify themes that consistently appear in each and every artist’s requirements, no matter how diverse their practice.
It’s encouraging to see a number of AIR members amongst the 152 people appointed by Arts Council England to write assessments on the artistic work of its regularly funded organisations.
Well done Renos Lavthis for your letter in support of John Nutt’s December letter with regard to the debate on art today.
Arts Council England has embarked on an extensive exercise to consult stakeholders including artists on their policies and priorities for the future.
When I look at many of the images and articles that frequently appear on various sites over the web and in contemporary art magazines including a-n, I can feel my whole artistic beingand personality sinking into some sort of hopeless psychological swamp or pit.
More than a third of UK marketing, PR and publishing professionals admit to using images illegally from the Internet.
Following on from recent discussion in a-n Magazine surrounding the state of Higher Education, in this month’s Debate lecturer Chris Milton asks whether the future of Foundation courses is threatened.
Suki Chan’s first exhibition as a curator takes place at Jerwood Space, London, 3 March – 1 April.
Modern Art Oxford, Oxford, 12 December – 7 March