Paul Edwards describes how residencies provide him with the opportunity to concentrate wholly on his practice.
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New Delhi isn’t an obvious destination for visual arts practitioners. However, as Judith Staines discovered, scratch the surface and a more interesting picture starts to emerge.
Claudia Zeiske brings to our attention a new artist-in-residence programme in north east Scotland, supported by the Glenfiddich Distillery.
Simon Collison made his first visit to Iceland in summer 1998 as a guest artist at Straumur Art Commune. He had read about Straumur, some five miles from Reykjavik, in the catalogue for ‘New Territories’, a touring exhibition born out of an exchange programme, instigated by Stamford Arts Centre and featured in [a-n] MAGAZINE in 1997.
Susan MacWilliam reports on her residency at Caribbean Contemporary Arts (CCA), Trinidad.
Jacqueline Moon reports on how she developed her interest in the architecture of cities through travelling from her home town of Glasgow, to Barcelona.
“Imagine an ecological city, where communities are based on voluntary cooperation not competition, mutual aid not private profit, cultural diversity not globalised monoculture, permaculture not consumer culture”.1
On the West Coast of America, Harrell Fletcher is making history not in the grandiose sense, but through an approach to art-making that brings out individual voices and stories.
Valerie Coffin Price reports from Est-Nord-Est, an artist-led centre in Quebec, Canada.
Neil Zakiewicz profiles the Triangle Arts Trust, celebrating its twentieth anniversary this year.
Louise Short explains the international networks behind the participation of UK artists in this month’s Melbourne Festival.
Julie Read gives an account of her experience on a residency in the Austrian capital.
As part of a new residency programme, Vicky Isley and Paul Smith are working part-time at ArtSway this year and artists Alistair Gentry, Charlie Murphy and Emilia Telese will each spend a month in residence. Isley and Smith are behind […]
Erik Hagoort profiles the Amsterdam-based independent artists’ information agency – Trans Artists – the latest in our series of developing international partners.
Paul Bonaventura talks to Tim Eastop, Senior Visual Arts Officer at the Arts Council of England, about a new initiative to create international practice-based opportunities for individual artists.
Polly Gould gives an overview of the process and outcomes of a collaborative residency with Anne Eggebert at Hastings Museum and Art Gallery, and Hastings College of Art and Technology.
Le Fresnoy National Studio of Contemporary Arts in France is promoted as a high-profile international centre of artistic training, research and production. Although ultimately a worthwhile experience for artist and filmmaker Tina Gharavi, the reality of her residency there was not without problems.
Angharad Pearce Jones, an artist currently working with Cywaith Cymru.Artworks Wales explains how the organisation works to promote art in the public realm.
This month sees the second leg of an international project in Edinburgh. ‘Art in the Home’ will involve artists installing their work in private residences across the city. Here Paul Carter, shares his experience of the first leg of the project in Yamaguchi, Japan.
In the summer of 2001 Philip Kennedy travelled to Tuscany as a recipient of a Juliet Gomperts Memorial Trust award.
The Kamiyama artist in residence programme (KAIR) was established in 1998 by local businessmen, and is supported by schools and cultural institutions, to bring creative energy to a rural community with few cultural resources. Robin Dance gives an account of his participation in the programme in 2000.
Lucy Kimbell explores some of the ways that artists are immersing themselves in business culture.
Coming from Macedonia, a country where sixty to seventy percent of the land is forest, the immediacy of nature is a significant element of my working practice.
Moira Jeffrey attended ‘At the City’s Edge’ in Glasgow, a conference that amongst other things addressed ‘what artists are questioning and why’. Here, she feeds back on the projects discussed and the main debates that arose.
Richard Billingham took time out from preparations for the Turner Prize to discuss how he moved from an aspiring cash-strapped artist living in the heart of the Black Country to a celebrated artist of international acclaim.