In July last year the Creative Health: The Arts for Health and Wellbeing report was published detailing the evidence base for the benefits to health and wellbeing from participating in the arts. As this evidence base continues to grow a question arrises: […]
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Edited by artist Steve Pool, this research paper looks at the year-long Co-producing legacy research project which explored the legacy of Connected Communities from the perspective of the artists involved.
Research produced as part of the year-long Co-producing legacy project, which explored how artists worked within the 2009 AHRC-led Connected Communities programme from the perspective of the artists involved.
The artist and professor in Fine Arts, Sonia Boyce, is leading a three-year AHRC-funded research project into British Black artists and modernism in the 20th century. She talks to Laura Robertson about why the work needs to be done and what she hopes to achieve.
A new report commissioned by the Arts and Humanities Research Council argues that the UK’s cultural sector operates like an organism rather than a mechanism – it is an ecology of culture. John Holden, the report’s author and Visiting Professor at City University, London, explains.
Key thoughts and themes from the one-day discursive event as part of the AHRC funded research project ‘Co-producing legacy: What is the role of artists within Connected Communities projects?’.
Jack Hutchinson is an artist, writer and critic. He studied MA: Drawing at Wimbledon School of Art (2006-07), receiving a Professional Preparation Master’s Award from the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Following graduation he has contributed regularly to a-n Magazine […]
A new scheme, with awards of up to £50,000 to fund innovative research, was launched by the Arts and Humanities Research Board (AHRB) in June. The Innovation Awards Scheme will support research on developing significant breakthroughs in knowledge and understanding, […]
Roxy Walsh, recipient of the Abbey Award in Painting, gives an overview of her time at the British School at Rome (BSR).