Early in March I was in Margate for the National Federation of Artists’ Studio Providers’ (NFASP) AGM and a series of events designed to bring artists and studio providers together to share experience, intelligence and generally bond.
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A tour around some of the UK’s open studios and artists’ open house events taking place this autumn.
Richard Taylor focuses on how James Clarkson’s migration to Artists talking from Degrees unedited simulates other moves in his practice, his studio and in his unique insight on objects re-placed into the contemporary art context.
Artists Studio Company has launched a major new public gallery in Southwark.
Open studio events around the UK plus calls to take part.
In December 2008 the owner of Oldknows factory announced to the leaseholders of CAN, Egerton and Oldknows Studio groups based at the Oldknows Factory Nottingham, that their leases would not be renewed.
Selected reports on both current and upcoming residency programmes in the UK and beyond.
London-based Artquest has launched a new free international networking and studio exchange site for visual artists. By joining Artelier, users anywhere can create and update a free profile, providing details about your studios across the Artelier network. The aim is […]
Profiling studios and facilities around the UK.
Last spring, Yorkshire ArtSpace Society hosted Junko Mori within the artist in residence programme.
Recent months have seen changes to the artistic landscape in Nottingham, reflective of a wider shift occurring in the surrounding cultural environment. These changes demonstrate that Nottingham is an increasingly attractive base for artistic activity, with a rising retention of graduates leaving higher education as well as enticing artists from the region and further afield.
In response to artists own needs for greater engagement with arts interested audiences whether for selling or conversational purposes many artists cluster together to create open studio events.
This guide by Jonathan Waring covers the process of establishing a studio group: from having the initial idea, bringing together a likeminded group of artists and getting hold of a space, to running the studios effectively on a day-to-day basis.
A £3m investment to Scottish studio development organisation Wasps is designed to make them self-supporting in five years, and no longer dependent on arts revenue funding. A new partnership with the Scottish Arts Council will transform Wasps into one of […]
Thanks to a substantial grant from Arts Council England, the National Federation of Artists’ Studio Providers will launch in October.
The Scottish Arts Council has announced a £1.5 million National Lottery capital award towards the £7 million development of a visual arts resource on Glasgows King Street. The King Street project, lead by Glasgow City Council in partnership with nine […]
Stephen Palmer explores the issues surrounding artists and their studios – from finances, time and work patterns and location to group set-ups and DIY options.
TactileBOSCH is a studio group committed to experimentation, presentation and collaboration.
Valley Artists is a mix of established practitioners, recent graduates and current students.
Rodney Court is a proposed conversion of a Manchester tower block into live/work space for artists.
S1 Artspace provides studios for artists whose work is both contemporary and critically engaged.
Out of the Blue has thrived through establishing a diversity of activities and income streams.
Paul Glinkowski looks at the UK studio landscape, highlighting successful new studio models. He also offers advice to artists wanting to set-up their own group.
East Street Arts (ESA) is a model example of what the purchase and refit of studios involves.
More than just a studios building, Stroud Valleys Artspace (SVA) represents a hub for artists in the area.