Contents include: Features include: Margate revealed and Art and learning; in Debate Anna-Marie Gray scrutinises unpaid internships and questions their impact on one’s career prospects. In Collaborative relationships artists Nina Coulson and Alexander Johnson of Yoke and Zoom and Susan […]
a-n Magazine 2011 April - a-n The Artists Information Company
Curator Lauren A Wright discusses her ‘journey’ to Margate.
Artists’ survival and growth is dependent on networking and professional interchange.
A-n’s Collaborative relationships series exposes the working relationships between artists and the wide range of professionals they choose to collaborate with. In this article, artists Yoke and Zoom and Susan Miles of ACORP give their accounts of a cultural regeneration project with a difference – converting a railway station’s disused toilets into an art gallery.
Openings, closures and relocations of art spaces around the UK.
Report by Lucy Day setting out ways in which changes to CRB Disclosures application procedures may affect artists.
The Cultural Leadership Programme (CLP) established five years ago closed at the end of March.
The 2011 Sony World Photography Awards due to be announced on 27 April in London is the highlight of the London World Photography Festival.
Shan Hur, Forgotten / Broken pillar
Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
9 -13 February
In February, DACS initiated a lively debate around Artists’ futures: ‘Money, markets and the digital domain’.
28 January – 13 February
Pre-symposium events being held in the run-up to ISEA 2011, Ellie Harrison at Waterman’s and John Gerrard at Canary Wharf Underground station.
Cooper Gallery, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, Dundee
29 January – 26 February
This month’s bites.
AirSpace Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent
19 February – 26 March
Education and community projects engaging artists and audiences across the UK and Europe.
Cabinet Gallery, London
14 January – 26 February
Adam Dix, The Advocates, 2010.
To play their part in the economic recovery, many workers who have retained employment are being asked to do more, for less.
According to Dany Louise, at the State of the Arts conference artists were given a platform by being squeezed onto a monitor in a corner of the coffee room where they had to shout to make themselves heard. A better […]
I would like to make the following comment to Mark Dean’s Debate, a-n Magazine, March 2011.
My letter, which was published in a-n Magazine (February 2011) regarding the ‘Partners in art’ article from November, ended with the question ‘do you want to know more?
Anna-Marie Gray scrutinises unpaid internships and questions their impact on one’s career prospects.