In this months round-up we profile six open studio events.
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Eighty-one artists have been selected from 235 applicants for the 2008 Glass Biennale exhibition.
Cynthia Cousens profiles Anne Brodie, who uses film, photography and glass, discussing her career development and fellowship to Antarctica in 2006/7.
Kate Stoddart profiles Andrea Walsh, discussing the development of her practice in ceramics and glass, work/life balance and the outcomes of a residency at Cove Park.
Anji Archer, who featured in a-ns Degree show supplement 98 publication, reflects on her life and the part art has played in it over the past ten years.
Hannah Pham, a graduate who featured in a-ns Degree show supplement 98 publication talks about coming full circle over the past decade and spending time in Japan.
Helen Knowles, who featured in a-n’s Degree show supplement 98 publication, reviews her progress over the past decade and discusses her current practice.
Dana Hargrove, a graduate who featured in a-ns Degree show supplement 98 publication, discusses her current practice including a recent residency in South Africa.
The Somafree Institute of Psychoplasmics first appeared in David Cronenbergs 1979 film The Brood, yet despite once suggesting that if he failed as a filmmaker he could always set up a real life Institute, its 21st Century emergence is not his own doing.
Information on the Cecil Collins Memorial Award for students.
Sonya Dyer explores Karen Mirza and Brad Butler’s collaborative practice as artist filmmakers.
In a short essay by Richard Hylton on the occasion of Jimmy Roberts solo show, brown leatherette, 2002, Hylton recalls Roberts commentary about his own work gravitating towards the empty space between materiality and representation. Roberts work across the mediums […]
This month’s artist’s story took the unusual form of a comic strip.
Jeremy Akerman meets Chad McCail to discuss his work and recent residency at Baltic that culminated in a futuristic world of zombies, robots and wealthy parasites.
Lee Corner interviews Graham Fagen about his commission in Kosovo for the Imperial War Museum.
In 2001 Zarina Bhimji wrote in [a-n] MAGAZINE about preparing to make her first film. Out of Blue, created for and premiered at Documenta 11, is currently being shown at Tate Britain. Here, Manick Govinda describes how a series of timely awards gave Bhimji the freedom to develop new work.
From his favourite café on the busy ‘Cally’ Road, London, Richard Wentworth takes Stéphanie Delcroix safely on his journey to the other side of the street.
Mark Leahy looks at Ivan Smith’s intentions for his Fellowship in Sculpture at University of Derby, funded by the Henry Moore Foundation, and its role in his career development.
Nina Madden meets painter Katie Pratt and uncovers the benefits of winning the Jerwood Painting Prize.
Amanda Fielding looks at the activities of Johanne Mills and provides insights into the versatility of the contemporary artist.
Brigid Howarth looks at the career of ceramic artist Kate Schuricht who developed her own business after receiving a Crafts Council Setting Up award.
Manick Govinda profiles Zarina Bhimji and uncovers how two awards have played a pivotal role in her recent work.
Mark Leahy on Vanda Playford and her PhD research at the Royal College of Art.
Nina Madden talks to Shelly Goldsmith about her career to date, and receiving the Jerwood Applied Arts Prize.
Roddy Lumsden talks to artist Joshua Sofaer about the differences between performance and live art, audiences, and finding funding.