After a busy 2012 of solo shows, festivals and art fairs; we talk to Scottish artist Kevin Harman about his career since graduating from Edinburgh College of Art’s MFA in 2010. And pick his brain on art education today.
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After his first solo show in London this June, Richard Taylor talks to Chris Agnew about MA study, moving his studio practice to Romania, individualising professional practice, plus much more.
After his show for New Work Scotland Programme at Collective Gallery, Edinburgh and before his solo show at Liverpool’s Royal Standard, Oliver Braid shares some thoughts on his career as an artist so far, including ideas on how to make a self-made residency and how to organise your own ‘graduate diary’.
Three years after graduating from Glasgow School of Art photographer Elizabeth Wewiora discusses her career path so far and takes us along for the ride.
Since graduating from Leeds University in 2007 Joe Simpson has developed his craft as a painter blending his practice with commissions and more personal projects. With his show ‘Musician Portraits’ open in London, and his portait of Maxi Jazz in the BP Portrait Award 2011, he takes time out to fill us in on his career so far.
Blogger Ann Shaw talks to Andrew Bryant about working in the virtual realm, her career development from journalist to artist, and current concerns.
Despite setting up a successful jewellery business with her husband, blogger Jane always knew she was an artist and eventually found the time and space to develop her painting. Andrew Bryant talks to Jane about business, the relationship between art and craft, the obsession with interpretation and about feminism and painting.
The embellishment of international study resounds with the affect of writing and the scripture of applied materials to define a multidisciplinary art practice: but how do you pull yourself away from the developed peer structure of art school?
Richard Taylor talks to Charlotte A Morgan about writing as a research process and striking the balance in adapting opportunities to her interdisciplinary practice.
Richard Taylor talks to an artist with added arts professional experience about the role of the studio in research-led practice and the importance of cultural discourse.
Richard Taylor talks to Michelle Rowley about her career, practice and collaborative thirst for ideas.
Alice Ladenburg graduated in 2008 with a BA (Hons) in Drawing and Painting from Edinburgh College of Art. Continuing to live in Scotland’s capital, she works four days a week in the commercial art world at Ingleby Gallery, taking part […]
After studying Art History for a year at Goldsmiths College in 2006, Sarah Rowles undertook a Foundation course at Camberwell College of Art in order to re-enter Goldsmiths on the BA Art Practice course. She is about to go into […]
After falling in love with clay at the age of 12 Katie finally went to art school in her mid 20s bursting with a hunger for experimentation, and graduated with a degree in ceramics from Camberwell College of Art in […]
Maria studied at Wimbledon College of Art for an Art Foundation diploma and Leeds University, graduating in 2008 with a BA in Contemporary Art Practice. She also lived in Brno, Czech Republic for a year with the Erasmus programme, studying […]
Andrew Maclean (born 1980, Kirkcaldy) graduated in 2007 with MSc Electronic Imaging from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, and in 2003 with BA (Hons) Fine Art from the same institution. In 2004 he became a committee member […]
CJ O’Neill was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, in 1978 and studied BA (Hons) Three Dimensional Design at Manchester Metropolitan University, graduating in 2000 after specialising in ceramics in her third year. The ‘Next Move’ residency at MMU, which ran […]
Louise graduated from Glasgow School of Art with a Fine Art Degree in 2005. Whilst studying she was involved in the artists’ run exhibition space Park Circus with her peers and had been volunteering one day a week at doggerfisher […]
Michael Aitken studied Fine Art at the John Moores University in Liverpool graduating with first class honours in 2005. As well as developing his own practice he works concurrently at Tate Liverpool, Cumbria University as a visiting lecturer and as […]
Jack Hutchinson is an artist, writer and critic. He studied MA: Drawing at Wimbledon School of Art (2006-07), receiving a Professional Preparation Master’s Award from the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Following graduation he has contributed regularly to a-n Magazine […]
Mitra Memarzia is a freelance artist/educator, creative producer and associate lecturer. She graduated in 1998 from Fine Art (Combined Media & Arts) at Sheffield Hallam University, where she went on to study a combined theory and practice Mphil. Focusing on […]
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Andrew Maclean is one of three graduates from the 2003 a-n Magazine degree show reviews feature ‘School’s out’ who hav given updates on their practice in ‘School reunion’ as part of 2009 Degrees.
Sean Edwards is one of the three graduates from the 2003 a-n Magazine degree show reviews feature ‘School’s out’ who has given updates on their practice in ‘School reunion’ as part of 2009 Degrees.
Artist Neil Armstrong and pharmaceuticals company Specials Clinical Manufacturing talk about working towards a special commission in the latest of our collaborative relationships series.