Learning from the Paul Hamlyn funded ‘Our Museum’ programme.
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The latest leg of artist Eve Mosher’s HighWaterLine project, that works with local communities to visualise the effects of climate change by mapping areas at risk of flooding, launches today in Bristol.
A mass participation artwork by Manchester-based artist duo Sagar and Campbell has won the National Lottery Good Causes Award in the Best Arts Project category.
This weekend, nomadic curatorial and artistic practice, Companis, presents Rude Food Fiesta – a fusion of food, performance and spectacle taking place in Birmingham. Sian Tonkin, one of the event’s organisers, provides a taster.
A new body of research published by the Baring Foundation examines the importance of working with elderly people, particularly in relation to artists’ practices.
As artists’ bursaries are offered for the ArtWorks conference in April, a-n’s Director shares some of the thinking and research from the ArtWorks Scotland conference, which examined value and ethics in participatory arts.
A joint a-n, Artquest and engage consultation is calling on artists and employers of artists to contribute by completing an online survey.
Ruth Ben-Tovim and Anne-Marie Culhane discuss two collaborative projects that focus on exchange, community and participation.