Selected resources and blogs from the a-n website that collectively suggest good practices and provide practical insight to artists seeking to work through residencies, and organisers and hosts offering residencies.
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engage is seeking proposals for its journal reflecting on the shifting nature of artists’ residencies and the challenges faced when artists and organisations work together.
Flat Time House in Peckham is set to close next summer when the property is sold.
AUDIOBLOG – Please click here I do know that I have written before about the secrecy surrounding “getting work in a proper gallery”. I do think that things are getting better… processes are more transparent than they once were, […]
Artist-led space TOPOS to host a series of week-long exhibitions and discussions, beginning with TS Eliot-nominated poet Sean Borodale.
As part of its recent Architecture Season, Hauser & Wirth Somerset has announced the winner of The Shed Project, a competition for young architects to create a residency space for artists.
The Edinburgh-based artist talks about how 12 months of residencies in Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Abroath have led to a solo exhibition at Glasgow School of Art which uses film, audio and performance to explore the limits of her body as a material.
In the lead up to artist-led Transition Gallery’s latest exhibition, which features works by six recent British School at Rome residency holders, we speak to artist and curator Cathy Lomax about her reasons for reconnecting with fellow residency holders, and to Archie Franks and Ursula Burke about the impact the residencies had on their practice.
Venue:New Brewery Arts
Date:March 19, 2015 at 12:00 AM
Location:South West England
Key thoughts and themes from the one-day discursive event as part of the AHRC funded research project ‘Co-producing legacy: What is the role of artists within Connected Communities projects?’.
The director of Hospitalfield Arts in Arbroath, Scotland – which will be curating the Scottish pavilion at the 2015 Venice Biennale, alongside its ongoing programme of artists’ residencies – reflects on a busy year of new partnerships and future possibilities.
The fourth b-side multimedia festival is set entirely on the Isle of Portland, Dorset, creating site-specific work that includes performance, installation and film work. Dany Louise talks to the director of this distinctive and nuanced ten-day event.
Resources from the a-n archive that I will looking at over the summer as part of some research into residencies and prizes.