News briefing with national and international stories, including: Chris Dercon and Volksbühne theatre part ways following protests; BP Portrait Award 2018 announces shortlisted artists; IXIA seeks views from public art sector.
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US artist Michael Rakowitz’s winged bull sculpture, which is made from recycled food packaging, is part of a project to recreate objects destroyed at archaeological sites across Iraq by ISIS.
News briefing with national and international stories, including: archive of Black Panther Party photographer Stephen Shames enters Briscoe Center Collection; artists take legal action against Artist Pension Trust; Edinburgh Art Festival announces partner programme; Arts Council of Wales to deepen links between NHS and arts.
News briefing with national and international stories, including: Glasgow International announces further details of its 2018 programme, UK screen industries devise eight rules to tackle harassment, new chair of Creative Scotland board appointed, plus winners of the 2018 Hearts For The Arts Awards.
Where did January and half of February go? The last six weeks have passed in a blur of activity. We got the fantastic news at the beginning of January that our grants for the arts funding bid to Arts Council […]
From:February 01, 2018
To:February 28, 2018
Projects from a-n members selected from a-n’s busy Events section, including exhibitions and events in Gosport, London and Manchester.
Highlights for the week ahead selected from a-n’s Events section posted by members, with exhibitions and events in Leeds, London, Manchester, Sheffield and online.
Venue:Various Locations within London and Gravesend
From:October 12, 2017
To:October 15, 2017
Limited edition newspaper launches a five-year programme of 50 artworks that will trace the 25km route of the new ‘super sewer’ that will help tackle sewage overflows into the River Thames.
Art UK has begun a three-year project to catalogue the UK’s publicly-owned sculpture collection.
Presenting the En’Light’en project at the Velux Symposium in Berlin, then engaging with the audience was a fantastic opportunity to share ideas on the theme of light and wellbeing and to explain the aims of the En’Light’en project to a […]
Well, we’ve been preparing the hall for the participatory part of the project. It’s all ready for people to come along and get creating the piece with us. On Monday 29 and Tuesday 30 May, and Saturday 3 June between […]
Here’s some images of the space pre-intervention. Already some interesting objects, including some terracotta roof tiles. Could be originals, made in the Commondale brickworks? Also some evidence of visiting sheep. Nice to see both clay and sheep in the space […]
I’m my studio today finally going through all my project receipts, adding things up and reflecting on the 2 exhibitions I’ve just finished. The last month and a half have been taken up with finishing and installing the project I […]
Come along and be part of an art event in Commondale celebrating three key parts of Commondale’s history: clay, sheep and community. Make three sheep out of clay – one for you and two for the flock that will remain […]
This international symposium had as it’s focus how light can be used to create buildings that promote human health and well-being. Attracting world renowned architects; designers; engineers and researchers, it provided an exciting forum for the exchange of ideas and for the sharing of innovative work […]
Following our first rural, interactive, community- and time-based public installation…exploring the process, history, community, surroundings, landscape…
The founder and director of Bristol-based public art producer Situations has been appointed director of Arnolfini gallery.
12 artists will compete to be named the second Gillian Dickinson North East Young Sculptor of the Year, with the winner receiving £6,500 to make new work.
A weekly briefing featuring national and international art news, including: Tate St Ives reopens following £20 million refurbishment and Beijing artists’ studios demolished.
Painting with light at the Wolsfon Institute, Durham University. A study of the natural fall of light in the main atrium space led to the development of a series of ‘Prismatic Light Shelves’ that reflect and refract light patterns beyond […]
As a member of Artangel’s production team, Laura Purseglove is used to site-specific working and navigating the complexities of staging art projects in historic buildings. All of which will be useful experience for her role at ACE Trust, where over the next two years she will be developing a programme of exhibitions and commissions for churches and cathedrals throughout the UK. Pippa Koszerek finds out more.
London Underground has completed its restoration of Eduardo Paolozzi’s Tottenham Court Road station mosaics as part of an extensive modernisation and expansion of the station.
An exciting start to 2017 with my appointment as Artist in Residence at Durham University. Supported by the Leverhulme Trust, this appointment will enable me to build on the exciting work currently underway in the En’Light’en project, which has been […]