Continuing our series of articles on Coventry Biennial, stemming from the first workshop at Coventry Artspace which saw the biennial’s founding director Ryan Hughes interviewed by the programme participants, here’s Joanna Byrne’s profile. 5. Coventry Biennial by Joanna Byrne The […]
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Following the first workshop in the a-n Writer Development Programme 2019-20, which took place at Coventry Artspace in November, the writers were tasked with writing a 1,000-word article on the Coventry Biennial. The brief asked for direct quotes from biennial […]
During the first a-n Writer Development Programme workshop at Coventry Artspace in November, Coventry Biennial director Ryan Hughes kindly agreed to be interviewed by the eight writers on the programme. Hughes also gave us a tour of two of the […]
Featuring over 100 artists across 12 venues around Coventry and Warwickshire, the second Coventry Biennial is titled The Twin to reflect the city’s key role in founding the twin cities movement and to highlight current social and political issues. We take a look back at our recent Instagram coverage, with highlights from the shows at The Row and The Herbert Art Gallery and Museum.
The seventh edition of the annual exhibition showcasing work by recent graduates from art colleges across the West Midlands is presented in partnership with the second Coventry Biennial of Contemporary Art, which opens in October.
Coventry-based photographer Jonny Bark is the first artist to be announced following a successful Kickstarter campaign for the second edition of the city’s biennial of contemporary art.
Venue:Artspace Arcadia Gallery
Date:July 27, 2018 at 06:00 PM
The second event in a-n’s Assembly series was hosted by Eastside Projects in Birmingham and aimed to address the increasing amount of development taking place across the city region and the opportunities this might offer for artists. Confirmed conference sceptic and Birmingham-based artist Pete Ashton reports.
For the latest dispatch in our ongoing Scene Report series, artist, curator and founding director of the Coventry Biennial of Contemporary Art, Ryan Hughes, offers a snapshot of visual arts activity in the 2021 UK City of Culture.
The inaugural Coventry Biennial takes as its theme ‘the future’ and has as its main venue a relic of the city’s past – the former offices of the Coventry Evening Telegraph. Selina Oakes reports.
This week’s selection from a-n’s busy Events section, featuring exhibitions and events posted by a-n members, includes selections from Coventry, London, Manchester, Plymouth and Kent.
Launching in October, the inaugural 17-day visual art festival will feature over 70 exhibitions and events from UK-based and international artists. Jack Hutchinson finds out more from artist and biennial director Ryan Hughes.