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Professional Development - a-n The Artists Information Company
Manchester-based artist Jenny Steele explains how being awarded an a-n Artist Bursary in 2018 helped fund research trips to New York and Miami as preparation for her recent exhibition at Georges Dock Plaza, Liverpool.
Announcing the eight a-n members who will be taking part in our programme that supports writers to develop their skills in arts journalism and critical writing.
a-n’s former External Programmes and Partnerships Manager Hannah Pierce offers advice on the benefits to artists of mentoring and coaching, and highlights some of the differences between these two approaches to interaction and personal, professional development.
Rupture is a coaching support programme for early career artists directly engaged in, or passionate about, socially engaged practice. Applications now open!
Venue:Plymouth College of Art
Date:February 13, 2020 at 06:00 PM
Location:South West England
The 2020 a-n Artist Bursaries are now open for applications, with awards of between £500-£1,500 available to a-n Artist and Joint (Artist and Arts Organiser) members wishing to undertake self-directed professional development.
As part of our commitment to supporting artists, we are offering 50+ bursaries of between £500 – £1,500 for self-directed professional development.
Hannah Pierce, a-n’s former External Programmes and Partnerships Manager, offers advice on writing applications for a-n’s member opportunities.
A space for the research and progress of creating purely language based video, for my existing text ‘Home is now’ – part of my placement on the London Creative Network (LCN) via SPACE. I will also record my development during the LCN programme
A leap on from my last posting back in January. Where to begin? The above, two titles of work made during a recent 4month residency at the Irish Museum of Modern Art. This a-n Mentoring Bursary was to help support […]
There are several ways you can get involved with Coventry Biennial, working with the public once the biennial is open, or working behind the scenes before and after the biennial. Tasks will vary from preparing spaces for exhibitions to invigilating shows and assisting on events.
As part of our 2019 bursaries programme, a-n is offering one-to-one support to Artist and Arts Organiser members through a series of coaching sessions with a coach accredited by the a-n Visual Arts Coaching Course, or mentoring with one of our visual arts mentors.
a-n and Castlefield Gallery announce the eight artists who will participate in their partnership project, the Artists’ International Delegation 2019 to Denmark.
a-n is inviting applications for its Writer Development Programme 2019-20, which will run from October 2019 to March 2020.
a-n is seeking applications from a-n members for its 2019/20 Writer Development Programme, now in its third iteration following successful programmes in 2015/16 and 2017/18. DEADLINE IS NOW PASSED.
As part of our commitment to supporting artists’ professional development, we are offering a-n members remote access to a series of mentoring sessions with our visual arts mentors. DEADLINE IS NOW PASSED.
As part of our commitment to supporting artists’ professional development, we are offering a-n members remote access to a series of coaching sessions with a coach accredited through the a-n Visual Arts Coaching Course. DEADLINE IS NOW PASSED.
The second year of the Film London programme will support the artists over 12 months and hopes to nurture a new generation of moving-image artists.
Venue:One Hoe Street
Date:June 13, 2019 at 01:30 PM
Venue:Towner Art Gallery
Date:May 23, 2019 at 06:00 PM
Location:South East England
Announcing the recipients of this year’s a-n Artist Bursaries, which offer awards of £500-£1,500 to a-n Artist members wishing to undertake self-determined professional development over the coming year.
In 2017, Wysing Arts Centre restructured its residency programme to be more responsive to artists’ situations and to support a more diverse pool of practices. Drawing on a conversation that took place between Wysing’s director Donna Lynas and resident artist Tessa Norton at the ‘Pivotal Moments’ conference, Lydia Ashman explores how and why the programme has changed.
Visual Arts in Rural Communities hosts residencies in the remote hill-farming area of Tarset in Northumberland. In August 2018, the organisation piloted its first residency for a disabled artist. Lydia Ashman speaks to Project Director Janet Ross and artist, curator and disability advocate Aidan Moesby about the development of the pilot and its impact on the organisation’s programme.
Based in Wakefield, visual arts development agency The Art House continually explores ways to work with artists who face barriers to their practice. Its residency programme supports artists at different stages of their career and is shaped around individuals’ needs. Lydia Ashman speaks to Programme Producer Simon Boase and artist Rosanne Robertson about the tailored support the organisation provides to artists.