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From:October 29, 2017
To:November 02, 2017
Location:South East England
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From:August 12, 2017
To:September 03, 2017
As the degree show season reaches its closing weeks, we take a final look at a-n’s Instagram coverage with highlights from Katie Chappell’s visit to the show at University of Sunderland, and Fiona Grady shares some of her favourite works from the Royal College of Art.
This week’s degree show openings include Royal Academy of Arts, The CASS at London Metropolitan University, Central Saint Martins, UAL, Show Two, Royal College of Art, City and Guilds of London Art School and Norwich University of the Arts.
More updates from Instagram as a-n members visit degree shows in Bolton, Newcastle upon Tyne, London, Sunderland and Leicester, and our news editor catches the BA show at Glasgow School of Art.
This week’s degree show openings include Goldsmiths, Chelsea and Wimbledon in the capital plus shows in Leeds, Aberdeen and Weston-super-Mare.
Following a busy week of degree show openings across the UK, we catch up with the latest a-n Instagram takeovers that saw a-n members posting from Bristol, London, Salford, Manchester and Edinburgh.
a-n members Bob Gelsthorpe and Jacki Cairns have visited degree shows in Swansea, Lincoln, Hertfordshire and Cardiff for the first of our Instagram takeovers of the 2017 degree shows season.
Selected from listings in the a-n Degree Shows Guide 2017, 11 degree shows opening across the UK.
Over the coming month, a team of a-n members will taking over a-n’s Instagram to post images and commentary from degree shows around the country. We meet the artists and find out which shows they will be posting from.
This week’s selection, taken from the a-n Degree Shows Guide 2017 listings, features 10 shows opening across England, Wales and Scotland, and includes University of Worcester, Dundee University, the Slade, and Swansea College of Art
For the next couple of months we’ll be presenting a weekly pick of degree shows across the UK as they open to the public, selected from the a-n Degree Shows Guide 2017 listings. We start this week with final-year shows from Falmouth, Lincoln, Oxford Brookes and Chichester.
The Woon Foundation Painting and Sculpture Art Prize, which offers a £20,000 fellowship based at Baltic 39 in Newcastle upon Tyne as first prize, is open for applications from students currently in the final year of their undergraduate study.
The winner of the inaugural award named after the Acme Studios co-founder will receive a rent-free shared studio and bursary as well as mentoring and studio visits.
A recent symposium held in Glasgow and organised jointly by Glasgow School of Art and Q-Art saw fine art staff, students and industry professionals examine the role of art schools and how they prepare students for life after university. Laura Campbell reports on the issues raised and the possible solutions.
Manchester School of Art graduate Becca Halliwell-Sutton has won the £20,000 Woon Prize, hosted by Northumbria University at Baltic 39 in Newcastle.
Filmmaker wins 10th anniversary edition of £5,000 prize for recent graduates with video work featuring hand puppets made from latex chicken skin.
46 artists have been selected for the annual open submission exhibition that showcases new and recent fine art graduates.
The fourth edition of the prize for final-year undergraduate fine art students, which offers a total award fund of £40,000 and a first prize that includes a 12-month studio fellowship at BALTIC 39 in Newcastle upon Tyne, is open for applications.
This year’s Bloomberg New Contemporaries exhibition will be selected by Anya Gallaccio, Alan Kane and Haroon Mirza.
43 recent graduates from five West Midlands art schools will exhibit their work over four venues across the region from February 2016, as part of this large-scale partnership exhibition from Turning Point West Midlands.
The London-based studio provider enables 16 art college graduates to take up studios at its Warton House premises in Stratford from October 2016.
This year’s New Contemporaries exhibition in Nottingham reveals that UK art school graduates are conscientious, striving for professionalism and seemingly unwilling to make a decisive break with current established practice. Wayne Burrows reports.
Talbot Rice Gallery’s TRG3 programme provides space for artists to realise new bodies of work in response to Edinburgh University’s collections, architecture, and academic expertise. Richard Taylor talks to the gallery’s curator and two of the artists he’s been working with.
The Royal Scottish Academy of Art & Architecture has announced the winners of its annual art prizes for artists working in lens-based media and water-based media, plus its annual travel award for graduates and current postgraduate students.