The Paul Hamlyn Foundation has announced Moira Sinclair as its new director.
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This year’s Arts Development UK conference in Cardiff took ‘arts for life’ as its theme and gave delegates an opportunity to ‘pick and mix’ from a variety of sessions. But, reports Julie McCalden, the event’s real highlights came from its lively keynote speakers.
Thanks to the Outset/Frieze Art Fair Fund, Tate has purchased its 100th artwork from the London art fair, adding works by five artists to its collection.
A new report from the team behind Rebalancing our Cultural Capital claims that Arts Council England’s funding commitments for 2015-18 still overwhelmingly favour London.
Good things are happening in Cardiff’s visual arts scene, with an energy and momentum that can be seen in the current Cardiff Contemporary festival. But, argues former Artes Mundi director Ben Borthwick, there is much that needs to be done if the biennial event – and Wales’ contemporary art scene generally – is to really fulfil its potential.
I wrote this for a-n: In keeping with the spirit of this year’s artist-led Bristol Biennial, on Sunday 28 September the city’s nomadic Hand in Glove project followed the 10-day festival with a special Interplay event exploring the question: What now, what […]
Alongside the usual lively mix of keynote presentations, breakouts, study tours and knowledge exchanges, this year’s AD:UK Conference will include a new open forum strand – plus a-n will be providing crowd funding expertise through its Granted professional development programme.
To mark the end of this year’s artist-led Bristol Biennial, Hand in Glove hosted a special Interplay discussion to explore what the festival should do next. Julie McCalden reports.
The Exeter-based contemporary art gallery has announced it is threatened with imminent closure due to recent funding cuts.
ACE does a U-turn on measures to protect its reputation following a storm of concerns over freedom of expression. Arts Professional’s Liz Hill reports.
As the controversy around the staging of Brett Bailey’s Exhibit B at The Barbican reaches a climax, with the London run now cancelled due to protests from anti-racism campaigners, Index on Censorship’s associate arts producer Julia Farrington explores the issues around the presentation of this live installation.
Arts organisations and those connected to them must be sure not to do anything that could damage Arts Council England’s reputation as a government-sponsored body, else their grants could be at risk. Arts Professional’s Liz Hill reports.
The artist Yinka Shonibare MBE has issued a detailed and personal statement expressing his support for a-n and AIR’s Paying Artists campaign.
Stemming from a Freedom of Information request made nearly three years ago about BP’s sponsorship of Tate, next week sees anti-oil sponsorship campaigners and Tate appearing before an Information Tribunal hearing in London.
If artists regularly self-qualify themselves as ‘starving’ in such a casual and off-handed way, what kind of respect can they expect to gain? Margaret Lam thinks it’s time tell a different story about what it means to be an artist.
This year’s Arts Development UK survey of local authority arts investment shows the number of authorities with no direct arts service continues to grow, while budgets are once again on the decrease in real terms.
The Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller has pledged his support for a-n/AIR’s Paying Artists campaign in a statement that urges all publicly-funded galleries to pay fair fees to artists.
Commissioned as part of Paying Artists research portfolio, Sarah Thelwall’s report explores how public sector galleries can think differently about budgets for artists’ fees.
Paul Hamlyn Foundation director Martin Brookes is leaving the organisation after just over a year in the job.
Following last week’s announcement by Arts Council England of its new National Portfolio of funded organisations, Mark Robinson takes a closer look at the figures to find that, whilst the portfolio has many of the same strengths and weaknesses as the first one created in 2011, ACE has failed to significantly redress the funding imbalance between London and the regions.
Following Tuesday’s NPO announcement by Arts Council England, we’ve been looking at the figures to get a clearer picture of who’s gained and who’s lost out.
Arts Council England has announced the 670 organisations that will make up its new National Portfolio of regularly-funded organisations. Included are some new additions, while 58 organisations leave the portfolio entirely.
a-n The Artists Information Company has successfully secured continued support from Arts Council England as part of its National Portfolio of funded organisations 2015-18.
An open letter from artists in Manchester is calling on publicly-funded galleries to do more to support artists who live and work in the city.
The leader of one of England’s National Portfolio Organisations speaks out about transparency, whistle blowing, the curse of arts buildings, and why artists feel disenfranchised from the arts funding system.