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The Prison Arts Foundation employs artists-in-residence in prisons in Northern Ireland. Alison Smyth explains their approach and achievements.
Louisa Davies asks if England’s funding structures are hampering the development of our emerging artists.
Mila Oshin describes a cross-artform showcase that presents the work of like-minded artists, many of whom have been ‘emerging’ for their whole careers.
Prime Studios in Windsor is a space for artists to work, interact and display their art. Dan Eastmond explains why he wants it to be different.
Cate Gordon describes how the Young Associate Scheme at Harrow Arts Centre offers a clearer career progression route for young people.
Lindsey Butcher discusses the issues that emerging aerial dance artists face in an artform that itself is just emerging.
What support do emerging composers and sound artists really need to develop? Susanna Eastburn outlines the findings of a recent consultation.
Rob Smith has found a sustainable model for working with artist educators that provides artists with an income stream relevant to their field of work and doesn’t depend on public funding