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.
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A recent awardee of Arts Council England’s Grants For The Arts program, I am participating in a 2 month residency investigating post-colonialism and the uncanny body in Saint Louis, Senegal. With additional support from WAAW Centre for Art, this blog […]
“It’s hard for all working mums (and dads) to find a work/life balance isn’t it – what’s so different for artists?” This was a question posed recently by a friend over dinner. I’d been banging on about APT – Artist Parents Talking – specifically about APT’s current search for funding, without stopping to think that she might not understand the basic premise of the network.
Richard Taylor talks to an artist with added arts professional experience about the role of the studio in research-led practice and the importance of cultural discourse.
A topical round-up of projects that focus on development of artists’ practice and their engagement with people.
Ruth Ewan, Pound Hand in the Jungle, screenprint on found page, 2009.
Featuring a selection of UK’s most interesting rurally-based organisations and artists’ projects.
A unique project for artists, creative thinkers and cultural practitioners, Arts Reverie is located in the heart of a traditional pol (neighbourhood) in the historic city of Ahmedabad, Gujarat.
Contents include: In Collaborative relationships Brian Mcclave & Gavin Peacock on how they joined forces within their artistic careers; Tracey Eastham discusses bad curating in debate; Artist residency programmes in the UK and beyond. Plus Hans Borgonjon profile and Richard […]
Selected reports on both current and upcoming residency programmes in the UK and beyond.
London-based Artquest has launched a new free international networking and studio exchange site for visual artists. By joining Artelier, users anywhere can create and update a free profile, providing details about your studios across the Artelier network. The aim is […]
Michael Shaw discusses his recent residency at Davy Markham engineering in Sheffield, and works that have resulted from his use of computer aided design and rapid prototyping within his sculptural practice.
Based in Basingstoke, Hampshire arts education charity The Making was established to promote talent, excellence and innovation in contemporary craft, art and design in Hampshire and the South East.
Last spring, Yorkshire ArtSpace Society hosted Junko Mori within the artist in residence programme.
A round-up of some artists’ info sites beyond the UK that we rate.
Ally Wallace on his residency at Victoria Baths, Manchester.
The most recent Braziers international artists workshop enacted a purposeful shift, away from the idea of a residency as undisturbed individual activity, to that of a collaborative disruption of existing modes of practice.
Jane Watt looks into the world of academic research and examines research opportunities for artists within institutions and the UK higher education system.
Artists talking hosts blogs from artists engaged in a wide range of practices and at all stages of their careers.
Kathy Rae Huffan describes Central Asian Project, a programme of residencies and cultural exchange between artists from the UK and Kazakhstan that took place between 2006-08.
Kai-Oi Jay Yung speaks to Guyan Porter about his residency at Chandrasevana Creation Centre in Sri Lanka.
Paul Stone explores the wide range of International residency options available to artists and offers a framework for considering what you might want from a residency.
Paul Stone talks to Kit Kingsbury about her three-week residency at the Hungarian Multicultural Center in Hungary.
Paul Stone talks to Lyndsay Mann about her three-month residency experience at Temple Bar Gallery and Studios in Dublin.
Paul Stone talks to Sheena Macrae about her three-month residency at Gertrude in Melbourne, Australia and its huge impact on her practice.