The photographic artist Wolfgang Tillmans has created a series of posters against Brexit and highlighting what he believes are the humanitarian and democratic benefits of the UK remaining within the European Union.
Campaign - a-n The Artists Information Company
Artist and curator Gaynor O’Flynn’s Artists for Nepal campaign is raising funds to help victims of the recent earthquakes in Himalayan region.
As part of ongoing protests against privatisation proposals at the National Gallery, staff have organised their own exhibition of work inspired by the gallery’s collection.
Helen Goodman, MP for Bishop Auckland and Shadow Minister for Culture, Media and Sport, has announced her support for a-n/AIR’s Paying Artists campaign.
Venue:St Marys Church
From:October 19, 2014
To:November 02, 2014
Location:South East England
The Artists’ Assembly Against Austerity is to launch this month. We speak to Season Butler about how artists can get involved.
Artists are increasingly working with organisations and other artists in collaborative situations where issues of Intellectual Property may be less clear. We asked solicitor Nicholas Sharp for his advice in response to an artist’s recent query.
This year, DACS has £4m of royalties on offer to pay to artists and AIR members whose work has been reproduced in UK books or magazines or on certain television channels.
Editorial published in Artists Newsletter in June 1991.
In February, DACS initiated a lively debate around Artists’ futures: ‘Money, markets and the digital domain’.
AIR Activists join art students and other art-activist groups in act of creative resistance at Tate Britain.
More than a third of UK marketing, PR and publishing professionals admit to using images illegally from the Internet.
A greater understanding of why people join lobbying groups, and how they operate has been gained from an online survey of AIR members. Thanks to everyone who made time to contribute. When asked about the organisations that they felt represented […]
The recent flurry of arts consultations across the UK has raised the question of artists’ representation on decision-making fora. Here we report on developments surrounding AIR and the proposed Creative Scotland merger, and the willingness (or otherwise) of others to listen to artists’ opinions.
Sacha Craddock’s contribution to ten two zero zero five, a-n Collections.