Hannah Pham, a graduate who featured in a-ns Degree show supplement 98 publication talks about coming full circle over the past decade and spending time in Japan.
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Helen Knowles, who featured in a-n’s Degree show supplement 98 publication, reviews her progress over the past decade and discusses her current practice.
Dana Hargrove, a graduate who featured in a-ns Degree show supplement 98 publication, discusses her current practice including a recent residency in South Africa.
Lucinda Holmes talks to artist Susan Collis about her practice and her work in the exhibition Out of the Ordinary: Spectacular Craft at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
In a short essay by Richard Hylton on the occasion of Jimmy Roberts solo show, brown leatherette, 2002, Hylton recalls Roberts commentary about his own work gravitating towards the empty space between materiality and representation. Roberts work across the mediums […]
Sara Haq on Judy Freya Sibayan, performance and conceptual artist, curator, publisher and museum.
Sonya Dyer explores Karen Mirza and Brad Butler’s collaborative practice as artist filmmakers.
Lee Simmons on Sue Cohen’s practice as an artist/curator and her focus on bringing art into the public sphere.
Sara Haq on Indra Khanna, curator at Autograph, her career progress and independent projects.
Lee Simmons talks to Emily Druiff about her curatorial practice, partnership working and her shift from artist to curator.
Yvette Mutumba on Shaheen Merali – artist, curator, researcher, writer, observer and globetrotter.
Sonya Dyer on the development of Suki Chan’s practice.
Susan Jones looks at the practice of Sabrina Cant, who works with glass, including her commission for Bookham United Reform Church.
Karin studied BA (Hons) Fine Art from 1999-2002 at Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, University of Central England. She now works in partnership with Reuben Henry, both in the residencies they offer at Springhill Institute the studio in Birmingham that they set up in 2003 and embarking on residencies abroad to make their own work.
Nicky Hodge featured in the Fine art and Painting sections of a-ns Signpost publication for new graduates in 2001-3. Since then, exhibitions with Danielle Arnaud Gallery have served to demonstrate the value of the artist-gallery relationship.
Lucy Panesars college aspiration was to be a practising artist and part-time college lecturer, and a methodical approach to her career has made this a reality.
Jo Wilson explores the work of ceramicist and sculptor Amy Cooper, in particular her successful balance between business and creativity.
Antony Hall undertook an MA in Art as Environment at Manchester Metropolitan University, graduating in 2002. Since then, his work has had an emphasis on technology, usually in the form of long-term research projects, residencies, performance, web and sound art.
David Kefford is a sculptor who uses low-tech craft processes to transform found objects into surreal creations imbued with human characteristics and emotions.
Jo Wilson looks at the practice of Adele Prince who, since graduating in 2001, continues to work full-time as an artist on a variety of commissions and exhibitions.
Originally from Barbados, Alberta Whittle graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 2002 with a Tapestry degree.
Amanda Fielding looks at the activities of Johanne Mills and provides insights into the versatility of the contemporary artist.
Brigid Howarth looks at the career of ceramic artist Kate Schuricht who developed her own business after receiving a Crafts Council Setting Up award.
Angharad Pearce Jones explores the sprawling career of Tessa Fitzjohn, providing an insight into her successful work/life balance.
Rebecca Farley profiles the Starter studios programme and looks at how six of the scheme’s previous artists were able to develop their careers.