Contents include: Studio and workshop facilities profiled in ’Space to create’; ’Partners in art’ looks art local authority arts organisers needs; artists Bruce Gilchrist and Jo Joelson and curator Emma Underhill discuss the Spontaneous City in the Trees of Heaven project in […]
a-n Magazine 2010 November - a-n The Artists Information Company
One of the things that makes digital media so exciting is that they problematise many naturalised systems and spaces of communication.
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
30 September – 2 January
During its time as a hardware store, Rapid was proud to be the only independent to take up the entire street.
Once upon a time, bohemians were considered a sub-culture, an alternative group of individuals moved by lifestyle choices and artistic endeavours.
Iniva and A Space have produced a new set of Emotional Learning Cards, following the success of the first set ‘What do you feel?’.
Turning point, Visual Arts UK, CultureForum, NALGAO – these are just some of the burgeoning peer networks for arts professionals that have been proactive and visible in the arts funding debates.
Commentary arising from research into local authority arts organisers’ needs, aspirations and modus operandi, revealing how they value and engage with artists and the approaches they take to their own professional development and to supporting the environment for contemporary visual arts.
Artists Studio Company has launched a major new public gallery in Southwark.
Profiling studio and workshop facilities around the country, plus ambitious exhibition projects that are engaging with local communities.
The Photographers’ Gallery officially closed its doors to the public for one year on 19 September 2010 to “embark on our ambitious development of the building, creating a new, international home for photography in the UK”.
Artists Bruce Gilchrist and Jo Joelson and curator Emma Underhill discuss their collaboration on a project to create a sculptural ‘habitat’ that will contribute to the life cycle of birds in two urban garden locations.
This month’s bites.
Giulia Ricci, Untitled, hand made drawing, pen on paper, 25x20cm, 2010.
Engage/Enquire’s ‘The Art of Influencing Change, Economies and Ecologies’ at Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne and NALGAO’s annual conference in Brighton.
Site Gallery, Sheffield
11 September – 30 October
Two north west projects are creating links between artists, artist-led groups and creative communities.
18 September – 7 November
Comings and goings amongst arts professionals and curators, designed to aid networking and collaboration.
Project Space 11
Plymouth 8 – 25 September
Su Blackwell, Gondol (detail).
9 September – 6 November 2010
In these exceptional times, practitioners and arts professionals need to ensure their messages have clarity when making the case for the arts.
Have just picked up on the Liberate the Tate Debate (a-n Magazine, September and October 2010) and will begin by emphatically stating that I am no apologist for the Oil Industry.
Stephen Black suggests that many of the major ‘open submission’ art events are less than democratic in their selection, and therefore a disproportionate number of artists are wasting their money by entering (a-n Magazine, September 2010).