Su Jones explores Anna Best’s 2001 National Media residency for Year of the Artist here at a-n The Artists’ Information Company.
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This profile looks at the activities of Littoral, an arts trust promoting new creative partnerships, critical art practices and cultural strategies in response to issues about social, environmental and economic change.
Lucy Kimbell outlines some issues that can arise from residencies in business settings and should be resolved in advance.
Lucy Kimbell looks at how artists and arts organisations can work with businesses and the pros and cons of such collaborations.
Jane Watt profiles Grizedale Arts, its residency programme and focus on research and process-based work that encourages interaction with the physical and social environment.
Andrea Ronan outlines some UK residencies including what sponsors or residency programmers may expect in return for the fees, studios, materials and accommodation on offer.
Gordon Dalton talks to Danny Rolph about creative process, gallery representation and residencies at Delfina and the British School at Rome.
Richard Cox profiles the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, USA, and discusses his involvement as both resident artist and selector.
Mark Leahy looks at Ivan Smith’s intentions for his Fellowship in Sculpture at University of Derby, funded by the Henry Moore Foundation, and its role in his career development.
Nina Madden meets painter Katie Pratt and uncovers the benefits of winning the Jerwood Painting Prize.
Mark Leahy on Rona Lee’s fellowship at the Department of Drama and Theatre Studies at Royal Holloway University, London where she was in receipt of an AHRC Fellowship in Creative and Performing Arts.
Mark Leahy on Vanda Playford and her PhD research at the Royal College of Art.
Nina Madden talks to Shelly Goldsmith about her career to date, and receiving the Jerwood Applied Arts Prize.
Manick Govinda profiles Zarina Bhimji and uncovers how two awards have played a pivotal role in her recent work.
Whilst safe working practice is largely a matter of common sense, it is also a legal and professional issue. This guide by David Pope introduces the key legislation and offers practical advice on risk assessment.