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Colin Pink - a-n The Artists Information Company

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Sharing – group supervision for coaching practice

Since attending the RD1st coaching training course this summer – funded by and with a bursary from a-n – I have been developing my coaching practice. I completed my first 25 hours of coaching, working with a mixture of people […]

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Digesting Politics in Edinburgh

Edinburgh’s Collective gallery kindly hosted one of our Digesting Politics meals, which rounded off their summer school, Ground Meets Horizon. The full reading list for the summer school is here. The five day summer school and its guest speakers, including Angela McRobbie and […]

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Digesting Politics at MIMA

Keep It Complex added a sprinkle of politics to MIMA’s weekly community lunches on 14/12/2017. We brought cupcakes with the faces of local politicians, MPs, MEPs, councillors, the police and crime commissioner and the Mayor. We also gave people pre-digested […]

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Untitled blog post from "The Fairways"

I have often had conversations most likely with older people, where they have asked me: ‘Did you drive along the high street?’ No no… I came along such and such a street to get here: or ‘Where have you left your […]

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Profile: Nicola Singh by Rachel Magdeburg

Gateshead-based writer Rachel Magdeburg chose to write about the Newcastle artist Nicola Singh for her 3-Phase artist profile. Language is thrilling and pivotal to the artist Nicola Singh, and her words and those of others are used with precision to create […]

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Digesting Politics at Grand Union, Birmingham

Keep it complex headed up to Birmingham to have some tea and Teressa May cake at Grand Union. Our local supermarket had refused to print Teressa May on a Cake, we’re not sure why, something about not being able to […]

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Job Professional Development

a-n Visual Arts Coaching Course with RD1st 2018

a-n is offering 14 fully funded places on the a-n Visual Arts Coaching Course with RD1st. Attendance at the 8-day course in Lancaster will be supported by an a-n bursary of up to £400 for attendance expenses.