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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.
Matthew Rowe charts his career path in the visual arts.
Ellie Manwell explains how bringing digital technology into the gallery space is helping Dulwich Picture Gallery enhance the visitor experience and connect with audiences
A new gallery is opening within London South Bank University. Mary Paterson talks us through the process that led to its arrival
Leigh Sneade describes how an innovative membership scheme took a Norwich art gallery into the heart of an international community
June will see publication of the last ever issue of a-n Magazine after 32 years, making space for new programmes from a-n The Artists Information Company. Susan Jones reflects on changing times
Alastair Fairley reveals how a community of artists and a hard-nosed drive for publicity put Hastings firmly on the cultural map
By collaborating with staff at local doctors’ surgeries, Dulwich Picture Gallery has found a sustainable channel for reaching out to isolated elderly individuals. Madeline Adeane explains