Day 1: First light the Dogs on the beach stretching themselves. They take in the sunrise. By mid morning the sand is boiling and the dogs retreat to the shade to pant and keep cool. I have little time to […]
Cultural Exchange - a-n The Artists Information Company
Venue:Ply Gallery, Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre
From:December 02, 2016
To:December 16, 2016
The Manifesto Club’s Visiting Artists Campaign forced the Home Office to back down over red-tape immigration rules that were having a direct impact on non-EU artists. Manick Govinda explains how they did it.
Supporting the international activities of artists and arts organisations is a key function for many national arts funding agencies. In order to investigate this area of arts policy and identify key issues affecting the programs and priorities of such agencies, the International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies (IFACCA) conducted a worldwide survey in English, French and Spanish, the results of which have been analysed and supplemented by other research and presented in a report.
The end of the art and design academic year is often the time for travel and other ways of broadening horizons. Here’s a few of the many options around and about.
Art shows that receive funding as a result of pre-planned conceptual briefs are a common way for exhibitions to occur, and seem suited to budding artists who are eager for experience. They result from a funding body selecting artistic projects […]
London-based Artquest has launched a new free international networking and studio exchange site for visual artists. By joining Artelier, users anywhere can create and update a free profile, providing details about your studios across the Artelier network. The aim is […]
As an arts professional committed to the principles of internationalism and cultural exchange I am both dismayed and disgusted by the new UK Home Office regulations that will further curb our invitations to non-EU artists to collaborate with, experience, or […]
The Visiting Arts Artist to Artist International Scheme 2006 provides the opportunity for an artist from overseas to spend a week in the UK with a UK-based artist, enabling an exchange of ideas and information and the strengthening of relationships and networks.
Rosemary Shirley investigates the impact over ten years of the Braziers’ international residency workshop, set up by artists for artists.
Graham Ramsay reports on the Artist-to-Artist International Scheme.