Julie Read reports on her residency in Basel and gives an overview of the artscene in Switzerland.
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Wendy Murray gives the lowdown on support structures and organisations for artists in the Netherlands.
My third day spent scouring the electrical shops of Budapest for a fan had proved fruitless. I’d been having trouble sleeping – the heat and humidity even at night was intense. I’d paced the streets, taken long cold baths, even […]
The second article on artists living and working in different cities across the world focuses on an enterprising development in Germany. With a base in Berlin, Kathrin Böhm and Stefan Saffer are developing projects that look at new collaborations between art and business. Working with leading companies such as Vodafone and Siemens, they are exploring the potential for building practical relationships based on common concerns.
Academy Schloss Solitude is located at the edge of a forest in the grounds of a baroque castle on the outskirts of Stuttgart. It is completely isolated with no shops, bars, etc within the near vicinity, and with access to […]
Five members of German artist /motorcycling group MC o.T. were invited by Cleveland Arts to spend a week in the North of England, on a residency supported by Year of the Artist and Tees Valley Tourism.
Judith Winter gains an insight into high-rise living through ten artists’ work-in-progress.
At the end of August, curator Sophie Hope was offered a place on the Oreste 3 residency programme in Italy. An opportunity to meet and work with artists from all over Europe seemed too good an opportunity to miss.
The Art House is a membership organisation for all artists, that addresses the issues faced by disabled people who wish to work in the visual arts and crafts. It aims to be a truly inclusive organisation giving artists the support they need, as individuals, to benefit from its activities. Director Liz Whitehouse describes how the organisation functions and what it has to offer.
What happens when nineteen artists are let loose in fifty acres of land? Abigail Reynolds shares her experiences of Braziers International.