The Art UK website project aims to digitally archive every publicly-owned painting, drawing, sculpture and print held in UK collections.
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Arts Council England funding will support three-year project to develop contemporary visual art produced in Sheffield.
Central House in Aldgate – currently home to The Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design – has been sold to a property developer as part of the London Met’s relocation plans.
What does it mean to be an artist and how does the romantic idea of the creative individual pursuing their passion impact on the reality of an artistic practice? At Creative Scotland’s recent Visual Arts Sector Review event in Edinburgh, Glasgow-based artist Rachel Maclean talked about this and more. Here we republish an edited extract of her provocation.
Irish artist Gerard Byrne is known for film installations that deal with the presentation, manipulation and perception of narratives. For his show at Warwick Arts Centre he’s premiering a new work filmed with one unbroken panning shot in Stockholm’s Biologiska Museet. He talks to Anneka French about location, light and methods of display.
The Syllabus is a nomadic artist development programme billed as an alternative to formal art education. At its half-way stage, Anneka French speaks to the project’s organisers, artist Andy Holden and Wysing Arts Centre, and to two of the ten participating artists.
Kate Murdoch wins the fourth annual Shape Open with her sculpture Bad Head Day, inspired by the muddle and confusion that being partially deaf can cause.
The artist and professor in Fine Arts, Sonia Boyce, is leading a three-year AHRC-funded research project into British Black artists and modernism in the 20th century. She talks to Laura Robertson about why the work needs to be done and what she hopes to achieve.
A march in Cardiff on Saturday saw the city’s arts community come together to protest at proposed Cardiff Council cuts to the arts and culture budget.
The sixth Max Mara Art Prize for Women, a collaboration between the Italian fashion group and the Whitechapel Gallery, has been won by Emma Hart.
Are initiatives aimed at disabled artists just a way to make the arts sector feel good about itself, an exercise in discrimination when what is really needed is an even playing field? Cornwall-based artist Stacey Guthrie argues that what is really required is more inclusion and less segregation.