AIR announces campaign to improve payment of artists.
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Joseph Young, Vice Chair of AIR, to conduct research into artists’ pensions.
AIR Council’s Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva responds to the closure Artsway and says Arts Council England needs to do more to help disinvested arts organisations.
Research by the Stage illustrates how Arts Council cuts are decimating arts organisations.
Chair of AIR Sally Sheinman’s intro speech from OpenAIR: Effecting Change.
Artists shaping the world is a hot topic at the moment. Jack Hutchinson asks: can artists effect change and what will this look like?
AIR Communications Officer Jack Hutchinson catches up with OpenAIR Action Presenter Dan McQuillan.
Artists and their families welcome government decision on the Artist’s Resale Right.
This letter regarding the Artist’s Resale Right appeared in The Times, December 2011.
AIR Communications Officer Jack Hutchinson heads to the 17th International Symposium on Electronic Art in Istanbul to explain AIR’s latest collaborations and how they are impacting on the lives of artists.
Installation, photographic and multimedia artist Rich White discusses working for free, the public perception of artists and notions of ‘amateur’ and ‘professional’ in the visual arts.
Artists Talking Online Editor Andrew Bryant explores notions of commodity and compromise following a lively discussion at the June AIR Salon.
AIR responds to Arts Council England NPO settlement
AIR Council member Ellen Bell reports from this lively DACS-initiated debate.
Jack Hutchinson reports for AIR from the second annual State of the Arts Conference, organised by the RSA and Arts Council England.
Second weekend of action, planning, imagining, working and thinking takes place at Camberwell College of Art in defiance of the state’s attack on education, free thought and expression.
AIR Activists join art students and other art-activist groups in act of creative resistance at Tate Britain.
Arts Council asked to protect ‘front line’ services despite facing budget cut of 29.6%.
On Wednesday 6 October AIR: Artists Interaction and Representation launched its programme to develop a modern, inclusive infrastructure for artists’ representation. The event took place at DACS (Design & Artists Copyright Society), 33 Great Sutton Street, London. AIR has attracted over 15,000 members since […]
New report reveals extent of the contribution of entrepreneurial craft makers to industry, education and community and the importance of the mastery of real things in this digital and information age.
AIR member Rosalind Davis, mixed media painter and graduate from the RCA, discusses her thoughts on the new coalition government and how cuts to arts funding will affect her personally.
January’s AIR Advisory Group meeting held in Newcastle provided the opportunity to invite Scottish Artists Union President Chris Biddlecombe to come along.
The State of the Arts conference organised by Arts Council England and RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce) and held in January in London was heralded as a key opportunity to examine the current and future challenges and opportunities around domestic arts policy, strategy and funding and Britain’s position within the global cultural landscape.
A greater understanding of why people join lobbying groups, and how they operate has been gained from an online survey of AIR members. Thanks to everyone who made time to contribute. When asked about the organisations that they felt represented […]
A survey highlighting the differences in type of professional development needs amongst artists in different locations such as London, Plymouth, Sheffield and Manchester.