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Enjoy your successes and brush away your losses, playwright and art historian Laura-Jane Foley tells 22 year olds.
From empty marquee to lush garden, sculpture artist Nadim Chaudry takes us through the installation of SWATCH.
Two years of discussions with artists and galleries have found overwhelming support for implementing a basic fee framework for visual artists.
The first round of Art360 awards to help artists protect their legacies has been made by the DACS Foundation.
The new Director of Iniva, Melanie Keen, reflects on those who have guided and inspired her career.
Regional galleries have helped many UK artists achieve international acclaim. But their role as champions of ground-breaking work is under threat, warns Kate Brindley.
Student Molly Sullivan is living the dream: a summer internship at Hospitalfield in Arbroath, Scotland. But what does her week consist of?
Visual, applied and socially engaged artists in England now have a certified trade union to represent them.
Turning the city of Belfast into a gallery has captured residents’ imaginations and changed the way they view their home.
Meadow Arts’ Louisa Mayor shares her week installing art and meeting artists in Hay-on-Wye.
Improved visitor facilities, new exhibition spaces and a learning centre are expected in the first phase of a £50m regeneration project.
The Hepworth Wakefield is blessed with many great pieces of modern British art, but a priority is to grow its collection. Simon Wallis discusses the gallery’s approach to new gifts and acquisitions.
Opening a hostel has helped East Street Arts to support artists and generate much-needed income. Nicola Greenan explains how they did it.
An interactive guide to Kettle’s Yard’s collection is engaging a wide audience online. Lucy Wheeler shares what she had learned from the project.
Support for non-national UK museums and galleries wanting to tour their exhibitions internationally has been published as part of a new research project led by the British Council.
A third of frontline staff in Brighton’s museums have now taken part in a placement programme that is boosting their skills. Helen Graham explains how it works.
For Susan Miller, an MA in Fine Art has been a real opportunity to confront the vulnerability artists feel when exhibiting their work in public spaces.
Through the Circuit network, 15 to 25 year olds create arts events for other young people. Rachel Escott reveals what they’ve learned about marketing to this under-engaged audience.
He dropped out of art school and ended up painting backdrops for Star Wars and Harry Potter. What advice does Jack Candy-Kemp have for budding scenic artists?
Just starting your career? Get out there – meet people and see things, says lecturer, curator and artist Gayle Nelson.