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Residency - Page 25 of 28 - a-n The Artists Information Company
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In December 2003 I undertook a residency at Ramsgate Maritime Museum in partnership with Turner Contemporary.
Last year I did a residency at the IAAB, an international artists exchange programme in Basel, Switzerland.
Reflecting on the three observations concerning the Bootham School Residency in York identifies common dilemmas regarding the nature and status of this kind of work. The conflicting responses do not invalidate each other as they represent artists differing experience and […]
My cousin introduced me to Iron Maiden when I was eight and I failed my art A level when I was eighteen.
Laura Hewitt on Hotel Mariakapel, an artists initiative where the ideas of intimacy, dialogue and collaboration are fundamental concerns.
I first visited Sweden when I was invited to participate in the Gothenburg Biennale in 2001.
Temporary studios can be a useful option for creating project-specific work.
Edith-Marie Pasquier talks to Stephen Cooper about his residency at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, and to Dr Christopher Brown, the museum
Rosemary Shirley investigates the impact over ten years of the Braziers’ international residency workshop, set up by artists for artists.
Nina Madden investigates the Acme Fire Station Residency and Bursary Scheme.
Len Horsey profiles his residency at Kulturhuset USF and the thriving art scene in Bergen.
In June 2003 I was awarded the art and science residency at Wysing Arts, Cambridgeshire.
Ben Woodeson profiles the intensive international summer residency at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, USA.
When I learnt I had a place on a residency at Phoenix Gallery, during the Brighton festival I was delighted.
Jane Watt looks at artists and commissioners who are redefining what it means to work in the ‘public region’, in the second of the six-part series ‘Navigating Places’.
Artist Chloe Steele reports on her research trip to China, a country powering itself into the next generation as a major economic player. With a changing political make-up and growing middle class, China is establishing itself as a key player in the international art world.
Jeremy Akerman meets Chad McCail to discuss his work and recent residency at Baltic that culminated in a futuristic world of zombies, robots and wealthy parasites.
Emilia Telese on ArtSway’s residency programme.
Curatorial partnership B+B talk about their residency at the Austrian Cultural Forum in London.
Dany Louise reports on the Urban Ecologies seminar in Liverpool, and highlights recent projects which have successfully engaged with urban issues whilst balancing artistic aims and community involvement.
John Cornall profiles the international art college.
Introduction to our resources on self-employment.
Introduction to different kinds of residencies and what they have to offer for creative and career development.