For the third of our features looking at summer shows across the UK, we talk to 2009 Turner Prize nominee Lucy Skaer about her Mount Stuart commission, a series of poetic and precise interventions in this neo-gothic house on the Isle of Bute.
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A residency in a disused chocolate factory in Derby by artists Ivan Smith and Nick Hersey is addressing the need for ‘dirty studio spaces’ in the city. S Mark Gubb reports.
This weekend sees the reopening of the National Glass Centre after a major redevelopment scheme that has doubled its exhibition capacity and learning spaces. We talk to the centre’s director and exhibiting artists, and find out what’s being shown – and made – at the centre.
FACELOOP is an intriguing installation and event that will physically recreate the world of Facebook in a house in rural Aberdeenshire.
Manchester-based artist Maurice Carlin recently co-organised a public discussion on artist-led spaces during his current residency at HomeShop, Beijing. He reports on how it went and the issues and solutions that were raised.
The first of two symposia as part of Collective gallery’s New Work Scotland programme for recent graduates, takes place at Tramway, Glasgow, this weekend.
In January, three UK makers began Watershed’s Craft + Technology Residencies, bringing together making and design with digital, networked technologies. Taking place in Bristol, Plymouth and Falmouth, we talk to the participants and discover how digital technology is influencing their practice.
A new opportunity in West Berkshire for recent art graduates provides space for more than just artistic development.
Pioneering a new model for international residencies, Three Points of Contact brings artists together across a triangle of UK venues to collaborate, research – and just see what happens.
Installation artist Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva has been selected to undertake the 2013 Alexandra Reinhardt Memorial Award Artist Residency at mima, Middlesbrough.
Ten shortlisted artists revealed for the Griffin Art Prize, a new award for painting and drawing supporting emerging talent.
A residency project at Glasgow’s Market Gallery is tackling the weighty subject of community engagement, but with the lighter and insightful touch of an artist’s practice.
Jack J Hutchinson’s residency at the Nunnery Gallery concludes with an exhibition of his drawings alongside those of Outsider artist Madge Gill. But how did this research project into the archive of a little known artist come about?
Artist in residence Keith Wilson will be discussing his work at S1 Artspace – and asking the audience to help complete it.
Matthew Hearn profiles the practice of Kelly Richardson, with particular focus on her approach to working internationally, and her recent commission for Pixel Palace at Tyneside Cinema.
Collective gallery announces five new artists for its 2013 programme and launches two new internships.
We settle in to Theo Wood’s fictional space, The Museum Of Space Exploration, to talk museum objects, planets bereft of water, Arnolfini workshops and preparation for her MA show at University of the West of England.
Arts centre in rural Cambridgeshire announces unprecedented interest in its artists’ residency programme.
Wysing Arts Centre selects four artists for next residency slot and announces unprecedented levels of applications for its programme.
A selection of projects, residencies and exhibitions taking place outside the big cities this autumn.
Supporting the international activities of artists and arts organisations is a key function for many national arts funding agencies. In order to investigate this area of arts policy and identify key issues affecting the programs and priorities of such agencies, the International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies (IFACCA) conducted a worldwide survey in English, French and Spanish, the results of which have been analysed and supplemented by other research and presented in a report.
For recent art school graduates determined to travel past the shackles of debt, a residency is the way to meet fresh faces, exchange ideas and practice with artists from other countries. Fiona Flynn, from Chelsea College of Art, fills us in on Nida Art Colony in Lithuania and its residency programme.
A selection of projects that focus on the development of artists’ practice and their engagement with local communities.
Following a residency in Sweden, London-based artist and blogger Stuart Mayes relocated to Stockholm. Here, he talks to Andrew Bryant about this move, working intuitively and developing confidence in his practice.
This blog will follow the performance project The Customer Is Always Wrong, from planning it in the UK, making and showing it in China and then adapting and presenting it in Europe.