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Glasgow will be hosting the Turner Prize next year for the first time. Marie Christie believes that a partnership approach will make the event stronger and its reach wider.
Eloise Malone tells how she has transformed a former bank in Plymouth into an art gallery and creative space for vulnerable young people.
Free unlimited entry to exhibitions is among the benefits being offered to those who join.
Sheila McGregor takes us through the steps of her career in the visual arts, which led her to the new frontier that is Axisweb.
Tate has faced an Information Tribunal to defend its right to keep details of its financial relationship with the oil company a secret.
Visual arts activities for young people are more important than ever, since the decline in the teaching of arts subjects in schools, says Jane Sillis.
Creating a level playing field for visual artists is the aim of online gallery Outside In. Kate Davey tells how its surgery days show artists how to display their work online.
The Prison Arts Foundation employs artists-in-residence in prisons in Northern Ireland. Alison Smyth explains their approach and achievements.
Finding out what young offenders are good at and drawing it out of them can change their lives. Jane Bryant discusses Artswork’s programmes based around the Arts Award.
What is quality of experience in the contemporary visual arts and how do we measure it? Grace Davies discusses the findings of a research project.
As he takes the helm at the House of Illustration, Colin McKenzie reflects on his career, which started with him becoming the first ever male secretary at the Barbican Centre.
Crisis looms as publicly-funded galleries respond to financial squeeze by expecting professional artists to work for non-financial rewards.
A year after setting up a blog, Hilary Machell and Yvonne Battersby reflect on their experiences from initial nervousness to an award shortlisting.
With its new name and status as an independent charity, Peckham Platform is a very different organisation, according to Emily Druiff.
Emma O’Neill reflects on how the spirit of a gallery can enhance a touring exhibition.
Shonagh Manson shares her vision on how the relatively small Jerwood Charitable Foundation can directly support the early careers of contemporary craft makers.
Roz Chalmers explains how audio description can now help blind and partially sighted people to ‘see’ work in museums and galleries.
Linda Weston tells how the William Morris Gallery has recorded increased shop sales since its recent refurbishment.