World Event Young Artists is a unique event providing the opportunity for 1000 artists from 120 nations to join together and share their creativity on an international platform in the highly regarded cultural city of Nottingham, England.
Results of AIR and a-n’s largest ever artists survey are now out. Founded in 2006 and now with a membership in excess of 16,300, AIR – Artists Interaction and Representation is the UK’s leading professional body for visual and applied artists.
The 2011 survey provides essential information for policy makers and funders about the current concerns and priority issues of arts practitioners.
As part of a-n’s mission that is to raise awareness of the value of artists in society and better serve the needs of UK artists and visual arts communities, the company has commissioned two revealing reports, pertinent both to working artists and to those engaged in advocating for, promoting and enabling contemporary visual arts.
Arts Council England, the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) today announced further details of the £100 million Catalystscheme to boost private giving to the cultural sector and build long-term resilience, sustainability and innovation.
Full guidance for applicants has now been published with the first part of the scheme now open for heritage applications.
Fermynwoods Contemporary Art works with artists and audiences to develop a programme that explores issues relating to art, ecology and the environment, through artist residencies and commissions, site-specific installations and participatory events, which take place in public spaces across Northamptonshire and beyond. Last November, Fermynwoods Contemporary Art launched its first open submission online exhibition, which has been viewed by approx 4,000 people to date.