Since my last post, virtually all my time has been taken up with the Artist as Mother as Artist project. This was a jointly curated exhibition (and accompanying events) with Sam Rose, and we were over the moon to receive […]
re:view - a-n The Artists Information Company
My year has been punctuated by mentoring sessions made possible by the Re:View Bursary from a-n. Firstly, it’s important to say how great it was to be able to pay artists for their time and experience (and we all know […]
Our first Review bursary post and a brief Introduction.
I am collecting stories about mothers, exploring the complex subject of maternal relationships. I invite visitors to come and sit in my pseudo-domestic setting, and ‘tell me about your mother…’
Re:view professional development bursary progress blog
The third round of a-n’s Re:view bursary scheme has made nine funding awards to a total of 11 artists to develop their practice through self-determined professional development.
Capturing some of the conversations, ideas and people I encounter whilst using the A-N Re:View bursary I was awarded in 2014.
The latest round of a-n’s Re:view bursaries – supporting artists to develop a self-determined professional development and mentoring programme – is now open for applications. Here we signpost the application information and profile some of the successful projects from 2014.
So the emailing begins trying to re-connect with contacts in Finland and finding the right people to talk to in Manchester. I have had some amazing contacts from Julie Ward NW Labour MEP who has helped network me with Geoffrey […]
This is my first chance to post since handing in my online ACE application. After many discussions with artists and producers as part of my Re:view bursary I decided to apply for Grants for the Arts, Research and Development with […]
From 23 applications, 11 artists have received funding in the second round of a-n’s Re:view bursary scheme, which supports artists to develop their practice through £500-£1,000 bursaries.
At a-n, we know that small awards to artists specifically for self-determined professional development make a big difference. That’s why we’re extending the artists’ bursary programme in 2014.
Twenty-five artists have been awarded a total of £21,700 in a-n bursaries to support professional development.
a-n’s new bursary scheme will help more artists to move their practice forward, providing targeted access to peer critique and advice.
in november 2014 we published our go and see bursary review. it informed an art walk in belper parks www.corridor-arts.org.uk