Summary of research into international visual artists’ representation by April Britski, Director of Canadian Artists’ Representation/Le Front des artistes canadiens (CARFAC).
AIR Reports - a-n The Artists Information Company
On 11 February 2012, Firstsite, Colchester, hosted AIR’s first annual members forum. OpenAIR asked participants: how can artists effect change and what will this look like?
Results of AIR and a-n’s largest ever artists’ survey. This document provides essential information both for artists actively lobbying for improvements in artists’ working conditions support for artists’ practice and professional development as well as for policy makers and funders […]
Summary of the key areas for development that the AIR Council has set out for the forthcoming period. Downloadable PDF version. Requires PDF reader.
Response from the AIR Council regarding the Artist’s Resale Right. Downloadable PDF version. Requires PDF reader.
Results of AIR’s survey of its members on the subject of access to art education. Downloadable PDF version. Requires PDF reader.
Response from AIR: Artists Interaction and Representation.
Hans Abbing’s provocation on the Creative Scotland debate site posits that “general subsidies for artists should gradually be abolished…”
On 16 September 2009, David Cotterrell was invited to speak at the VAGA symposium Making the Case held at Tate Modern to an audience comprised of gallery and museum directors, commissioners, consultants and local government representatives.
The recent AIR survey that revealed that levels of self-employment were higher amongst artists than the creative industries as a whole also highlighted the high level of qualifications artists hold.
Last month, as part of gathering evidence to support future art and design courses and government job creation programmes, we asked AIR members to respond to a survey about their employment status. As a result, we now have firm statistics to take back to HE and Government.
AIR – Artists Interaction & Representation welcomes the opportunity to contribute to the workforce development plan for the visual arts.
Committed to providing interaction amongst and representation for UK visual and applied artists, this is a summary of some of the key areas for development that AIR Artists’ Advisory Group has set out for the forthcoming period.
A response to the McMaster Review from the AIR Artists’ Advisory Group.