Artists talking Online Editor Andrew Bryant looks to the Projects unedited blogs to consider the enduring question: Why be an artist?
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In her final year at University College Falmouth, Suzy Waldron tells us about perspective in her work and balancing visual-practice with her written dissertation.
Andrew Bryant discusses a new series of events that take Artists talking ‘out of the virtual and into the actual’.
Comparing blogging to a ‘collective game of hide and seek,’ H.E. Cocker rethinks the blog as a place where an idea can exist without existing at all and where the future is implied whilst not yet written.
For this video guide, Chris Unitt of Meshed Media talks to Charlotte Frost about different blog platforms, getting the most from a blog, and some of the creative and innovative blogs around.
Antonia Dewhurst talks to Degrees unedited Online editor Richard Taylor during her final year at Coleg Menai, Bangor, North Wales.
Social media is never out of the headlines, whether we’re talking about privacy issues or how it has allowed niche political groups to reach a wider public.
There’s a fine line between art making for its conceptual purpose and for its commercial value. Janet Hollins’ MA seems to offer opportunities to pursue both, but how does her blog tell the story? Richard Taylor investigates.
Graphic design supplied an impetus, as skateboarding provided public space for experimentation. Soon to be in his final year at Birmingham City University, Ryan Hughes continues to transform public sites with the durable object alongside textual intervention.
The penultimate year of part-time study is imminent and this ex-carpet designer plans to paint and scale her way through dissertation research. Richard Taylor finds out how before the summer draws to a close.
Richard Taylor in conversation with Craig Hudson from University Campus Suffolk on the skills to learn, the ideas to express and how the human sculptural form embodies the materiality for both.
Richard Taylor converses with a third year student James Clarkson at Sheffield Hallam University on not always having something to say but having plenty to show instead.
Richard Taylor talks to an ex systems engineer during his final year of Fine Art Drawing at Swindon College School of Art.
Richard Taylor in conversation with Northumbria University Fine Art student Nathalie Bouleau Chabot.
Richard Taylor talks to Kim Walker, MFA student at School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Richard Taylor in conversation with Bernice Wilson
Richard Taylor in conversation with Christine Gray, MA student in Participatory & Community Arts at Staffordshire University
Introducing Victoria Coyle, from Swansea as a designer to part-time research-based Fine Art practice at the Metropolitan University. In the final year of her BA, she discusses the balance between dissertation proposals, negotiations with subject and dealing with pre-graduation expectation: finding that using her previous experience in professionalism gives her new avenues in working as an artist today.
Richard Taylor in conversation with MA in Fine Art at University College Falmouth student Karen Howse
Richard Taylor in conversation with Carolyn Shepherd, final year degree student at Wirral Metropolitan.
Christopher Thomas considers the importance of potential failure in art-making as described in artists’ blogs.
The recent debate on arts criticism in a-n Magazine (Debate, July-August 2008) by Lara Farrar brought two very different types of arts criticism clearly into view.
Opinions on exhibiting, networking through blogging, and arts council bureaucracy
To celebrate the launch of Artists talking, Jane Watt explores the development of Projects unedited, a-ns open space for artists blogs.
Projects unedited blog by Nans Gallery