The Contemporary Visual Arts Network’s knowledge sharing event at Google’s London office was a high-impact juxtaposition between one of the world’s most successful companies and the subsidised visual arts sector. Dany Louise reports.
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A new partnership project seeks to make the birthplace of Moore and Hepworth the sculpture capital of Europe.
The energy of Northampton’s creative and cultural businesses will be linked more closely to the town’s growth and regeneration under new plans announced this week by Northampton Borough Council.
Following substantial investment this year from Arts Council England, Leeds Museums and Galleries announce 14 new jobs focusing on community outreach and engagement.
Rich Hadley reports on the recent Culture in Motion conference in Brussels and reflects on the relationships between artists and their public.
A new home for Edinburgh Printmakers and the expansion of Cove Park artists’ centre are among the projects receiving major investment from Creative Scotland.
Twelve visual arts organisations in the South West have recently taken part in an audience benchmarking project delivered by Audiences South West in partnership with Turning Point South West.
Exploring new initiatives within galleries, education and commissioning.
Art in Action (16-19 July) create a relaxed and friendly environment where artists and craftspeople can demonstrate and discuss their techniques with the public.
A series of site-specific art commissions that aim to interact with locations and audiences in Lincoln.
Contents include: Includes: Widening the audience for visual artists feature; John Holden on cultural exclusivity; Matthew Houlding in Big picture; plus 15mm films & beaconsfield in this month’s Collaborative relationships. PDF version [size 4.8 MB]. Requires PDF reader.