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ANCA Studios and GalleryReport this?
Australian National Capital Artists Inc. (ANCA) is a not-for-profit artist-run-initiative in Canberra's inner north that provides affordable and professional studio and exhibition space to artists. ANCA was extablished in July 1989 as a result of a bold and unique collaboration between government and representatives of Canberra's visual arts community.
ANCA supports over 40 artists working in 35 purpose-built non-residential studios at two campuses. The ANCA Mitchell campus opened in 1991, closely followed by the Dickson campus in 1992.
ARTbound CommunityReport this?
ARTbound Community is a membership based art agency. Creating participatory arts events and annual opportunities for visual artists and fine art photographers.
We provide established artists with events to present their work to wider audiences, whilst also giving up-and-coming amateur artists the opportunity to enter the art world.
We offer a wide range of exclusive opportunities to our members whilst occasionally extending our call outs to non-members, for the experience of showcasing with us. Our events range from art fairs, exhibitions, pop up opportunities and...
Abena AddoReport this?
I am an artist and sometime teacher and curator. My interest is working alongside, other artists, and helping/mentoring others to achieve their aspirations. I do have a website, it does need updating, but you can get an idea of it at this location
From my teens, I have been involved as an artist and co-curator in a variety of real projects such as Brixton Art Gallery and Brixton Artists Collective, Bedford Hill Gallery, Urban Art Fair, Lambeth Country Show, Lambeth Open, and Horizon...
Alex HetheringtonReport this?
I sustain a visual art practice (with an emphasis on the moving image, performance, text and sculpture) through various positions as artist, curator, programmer and writer, and often work under a title or pseudonym, for example Modern Edinburgh Film School, Neon John and ‘The Men and Women are referred to in the text as’, as well as a new exhibition series with seven artists called No.35.
Recent projects include Five Propositions for LUX Scotland, >>FFWD: Contemporary Scottish Art in China with Cooper Gallery, Dundee, a screening installation at Shanghai Minsheng...
Alice BradshawReport this?
Alice Bradshaw is an artist, curator and writer. She is interested in discarded, everyday materials and words. Recycling and repetition are important strategies in her work, which sets up a dialogue around the value of rubbish through objects, publications, exhibitions and events. Alice's research interests centre around the interrelated subjects of rubbish, dialogue and mental health.
Art Number 23Report this?
Art Number 23 is a London-based organisation, mainly responsible for curating art exhibitions inside the U.K. and overseas. The aim is to create opportunities in order to encourage and support artists from all over the world to exhibit and promote their work.
Art Number 23 was founded in 2016, by the artist and curator Constantine Anjulatos, and is being supported by several artists with a common mission: to create a global network of artists, curators, galleries and art enthusiasts, and organise art-related events where the participants can socialise, practise their...
Art4u is an artist led organisation based in Colchester, Essex. We aim to support emerging artists by providing them with space to explore and develop their practice through our online residencies, as well as a place to share their work on our social media platforms and our upcoming exhibition.
Artwalk WakefieldReport this?
You’re invited to discover a city bursting with creativity:
Ask anyone who has visited and they’ll tell you, Artwalk is Wakefield’s best kept secret.
For the past eleven years, venues across Wakefield City Centre have been opening their doors for Artwalk, a bi-monthly evening of visual arts, crafts, workshops, live music, and performances. Artwalk showcases a wide range of artists and venues across the city, with a well-established and varied audience.
Find out more at www.artwalk.org.uk
Bex WildReport this?
Rebecca Wild is an artist and Curator with a MA Degree in Contemporary Curation and an extensive background in arts and heritage. Currently the Director of AIR Gallery based in Trafford, and a Director of A4 Studios CIC, she has extensive knowledge of the contemporary art world.
AIR is a contemporary gallery and exhibition space which showcases emerging and early career artists; bringing cultural diversity and international collaboration of the arts within the local community. Our grass-roots programme focuses on providing a platform for artists starting out or in the...
Cupola Contemporary ArtReport this?
Cupola Contemporary Art was established in 1991 and has grown to become on eof the largest most highly respected privately run contemporary art galleries in the North of England. With a reputation for quality shows and innovation, the gallery regualrly hosts approximately 10 themed or solo shows per year alongside a collection of constantly evolving fine art and fine craft. Artists are local, national and international across all media. Painting, printmaking, photography, drawing, sculpture, textiles, ceramics, glass, jewellery & artists books are all represented.
Fish Factory Art SpaceReport this?
www.fishfactoryarts.com | The Fish Factory Art Space,, Commercial Road, Penryn, TR10 8AG, Cornwall and Isles of Scilly
Fish Factory Art Space was founded by Rose Hatcher in 2011, and this year celebrates 8 years of promoting, creating and staging arts projects both in the original venue on Falmouth Wharves, and the new venue in Penryn, Cornwall.
When Rose, her family and friends first took on the dilapidated, near derelict building on Falmouth Wharves it seemed like a crazy idea, not just because of the condition but also because of the abandoned freezers full of...
George SfougarasReport this?
I am an artist and recent curator.
My research and practical work are beginning to focus on the formation and expression of personal, religious and cultural identities. I have begun to exhibit and comment on the work that I generate in the form of blogs and publications.
'Focus on Identity' is my first curatorial project, which I am hoping to link to my academic work and grant applications, if successful.
My ultimate aim would be to produce a more cohesive body of practical and written work which focuses on the way we map our past and immediate experiences in...
Artizan GalleryReport this?
Artizan Gallery benefits from three beautiful display spaces which are available to hire for solo shows and group exhibitions.
The Main Gallery has been running since 2014 when Artizan first opened its doors and has played host to nearly 100 artists to date. Its signature blue floorboards make it a soft and welcoming space, and large front windows flood it with natural light whilst offering a valuable shop front display area. With around 17.5m of wall space, this is the perfect venue to host a retrospective, display an expansive series, or house a small group show.
Heidi DonohoeReport this?
As an independent curator I pride myself in collaborating with artists working in a variety of disciplines - including music, performance and film. I choose to exhibit artworks in both conventional and unconventional spaces to challenge audience perception to how we value, view and participate with works of art.
I am a visual art curator with the versatility to be able to manage and deliver ambitious exhibition/events in galleries and other unconventional spaces.
Excellent knowledge of art history, the practice of art / contemporary visual culture
Landmark Arts CentreReport this?
As Visual Arts Curator for the Landmark Arts Centre I curate, and deliver, the Spring Art Fair, the Autumn Art Fair, and the annual Contemporary Textiles Fair. The Landmark also hosts exhibitions at various times throughout the year.
The Landmark Arts Centre is a Grade II* listed building, built in the 1880s as a magnificent gothic style church. With its soaring scale and striking architectural features, it is a memorable venue.
Address: Landmark Arts Centre, Ferry Road, Teddington. TW11 9NN
(in South West London, between Twickenham, Richmond, and...
Leeds City CouncilReport this?
The Arts Development Team runs a funding scheme and a programme of cultural events throughout the year.
Our aim is to:
- CREATE opportunities for local people to take part in the cultural life of the city;
- SUPPORT local artists and arts organisations working in communities; and
- PROMOTE partnership working within the arts and cultural sector.
Left Bank LeedsReport this?
Left Bank Leeds is a multidisciplinary arts venue set an amazing Grade II* listed former church building. Our mission is to preserve our amazing venue in order to inspire and empower our community via a sustainable programme of arts and events that promotes creativity, connection and wellbeing.
Lou Gilmore-George ArtistReport this?
Lou Gilmore-George is a Mixed Media artist, Silversmith, Tutor and Curator.
Experienced in Curating within retail, gallery space and pop up temporary spaces. Working with national and international artists using mediums such as sound, moving image, 2d and 3d.
Successfully exhibited herself, both nationally and internationally, Lou offers her experience within universities as a visiting lecturer and holds creative workshops.
Lumen is an art collective, focused on themes of astronomy and light, regularly exhibiting in churches as well as galleries.
Through art, exhibitions and seminars we aim to raise a dialogue about how humanity understands existence. The members of Lumen are Louise Beer, Melanie King and Rebecca Huxley.
Lumen first launched at The Crypt Gallery in Saint Pancras on the Winter Solstice in December 2014.
In March 2015, Lumen curated their second exhibition "Dark From Night" at St John on Bethnal Green, which was focused...
Monika BobinskaReport this?
Monika Bobinska/CANAL - www.canalprojects.info - presents an independent programme of exhibitions and projects by new, emerging and established artists, in a variety of media and formats, including off-site exhibitions and art fairs. The aim is to present stimulating, high-quality work within a welcoming environment. Two current projects are the exhibition Ghost Tide, co-curated with Sarah Sparkes, taking place at Thames Side Studios in autumn 2018 and the launch of the North Devon Artist Residency in Combe Martin. A...
Northern Heartlands - the Durham Great Place SchemeReport this?
NORTHERN HEARTLANDS is the Durham Great Place Scheme, funded by Arts Council England and the Heritage Lottery Fund. Northern Heartlands’ mission is to deliver cultural activities that transform people’s understanding of the heritage, landscapes and places they live in. www.northernheartlands.org
We offer a range of commissioning opportunities for artists to work with communities in our area in south and west Durham.
Saltaire InspiredReport this?
Saltaire Inspired is an ambitious arts charity, creating quality contemporary arts events in unique settings.
We have a vision to establish Saltaire as an internationally recognised centre for the visual arts, inspiring people of all ages and backgrounds to participate in the arts.
Saltaire Inspired Ltd was established in 2008 as a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee and is now a registered charity. The organisation is managed by a voluntary board of directors and supported by a voluntary committee who between them provide the...
Sid and Jim .Report this?
Sid and Jim are a London based collaboration who work in a variety of mediums including but not exclusive to performance, installation, and moving image. Issues of value, presence and authorship <interior and exterior to the art world> form the subject of their work.
They also curate exhibitions, organise things and are the founders of The SketchUp Residency, Dollspace Gallery and the podcast Artists and Friends.
Sunny Bank MillsReport this?
A Beautiful Art Gallery, Shop & Tea Room in Farsley, Leeds
Sunny Bank Mills Gallery is an art, design and culture space housed in a light and tranquil 3000 sq ft old cloth warehouse.
The Gallery is the creative hub of the Mill and the local community, playing host to a rolling exhibition programme of art by local artists, supporting the performing-arts and concerts within the mill spaces and providing a venue for small events. It houses a shop selling unique and affordable work by local designer makers and a small tea room allowing you to sit and...
The Art HouseReport this?
The Art House provides studios and programmes offering time, space and support for artists and associates to develop their creative practice and progress their professional careers.
The Art House building is home to 50 artists' studios. We also have a three-bedroom accessible flat for visitors and residents, exhibition spaces, meeting rooms, and a print studio.
Our Artistic Programme brings together residencies, projects, commissions and events to foster networks of diverse artists and associates and champion contemporary visual arts practice.
The Artists' PoolReport this?
'The Artist’s Pool was established 3 years ago with the intention of embracing the power of art to bring people together and support their creativity. The team believe in art’s ability to heal and communicate across social and cultural boundaries, they use their exhibitions and workshops to promote creativity and well-being in communities, encouraging other organisations and charities to bring art into their environment.
Each team member brings their unique personality and skill set to the pool – a mixture of cultures and experiences with a harmonious goal – to promote...
The Flying DutchmanReport this?
The Flying Dutchman is an a event space based in Camberwell, London hosting a wide array of events. At The Flying Dutchman we’ve always been strong supporters of the arts. One of our missions is to provide new and emerging artists a free platform to share and promote their work.
Beginning October 2017, The Flying Dutchman has launched 'The Play Space'. The Play Space is our latest initiative tailored to the young, thriving art community. We’ll be offering a diverse program of activities and events to support artists at the start of their career. We will be offering FREE...
The TetleyReport this?
The Tetley is a centre for contemporary art and learning in a landmark heritage building.
Centred around creativity, innovation and experimentation, The Tetley is a place for the development of artistic talent. Working with a spectrum of early career and established artists based in the UK and internationally, we commission new work and produce a rotating public programme of contemporary art.
Our innovative participation programmes and curatorial projects aim to opens the minds of individuals of all ages.
The Tetley is operated and curated by Project Space Leeds...
Theresa EastonReport this?
Theresa Easton is a printmaker and activist working with artist’s books, based in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Printmaking and artist’s books provide a platform for Easton’s interpretation of social history and cultural commentary. As an artist with a socially engaged practice, Easton enjoys a collaborative approach to making artwork and developing ideas alongside participants. Community participation features as a driving force in her work. One of the founders of the trade union,
Visual Arts in Rural CommunitiesReport this?
Visual Arts in Rural Communities is based at Highgreen, Tarset in a remote part of rural Northumberland. VARC funds and manages an on-going programme of artist residencies. Through the residencies it offers opportunities to artists to develop new work in response to the remote rural landscape and its community and to offer benefit to the community and visiting groups in engagement with art and artists, through contact and creative activity, exhibitions and events.
Warrington Contemporary Arts FestivalReport this?
Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival (WCAF) is a cross art form festival with a growing reputation for featuring exciting art forms across disciplines including large-scale performance, live art, exhibitions and digital installations.
Find out more at www.warringtonartsfestival.co.uk
York Open StudiosReport this?
York Open Studios is York’s largest non-profit arts festival. Our selected artists open their workshops, studios and homes over two weekends every year - its a great opportunity to meet them and really see how they work.
We pride ourselves on our selection and feedback process and our collaborative approach with artists. Our work supports students, newly emerging and established artists and encourages a wider interest in the arts in York.
York Open Studios was founded in 2001 by Anne Hutchison and Gail Fox with 19 other exhibitors and since then we have introduced over...
The Whitegold Project is a new initiative set in the heart of Cornwall, in an area famous for China Clay production and renowned for the surrounding sub-tropical gardens.
Developed over the past few years by the St Austell Bay Economic Forum the project is the vision of some dedicated local people bringing together local businesses, the public sector, artists, gardeners and the people living and working in the area. It is a vision of St Austell, its Bay and the China Clay country as a place where amazing art, craft and design of all sizes and shapes, temporary and permanent, of...
b-side is an arts organisation based in Dorset, UK. We work with and commission artists to make new site-responsive work revealing the marginal, often forgotten and less commercial aspects of our coastal towns and communities. We invite professional artists to make artworks in response to place: often drawing upon the history, architecture and geography of a particular site or working with communities as a source of inspiration and research.
b-side offers artists a range of opportunities to engage with and respond to its programme – through bursaries, commissions, residencies,...
shangri-la glastonburyReport this?
SHANGRI-LA is Glastonbury Festivals most iconic late night area.
Found tucked away in the farthest corner from the main stages, it has both inspired and challenged its vast and devoted audiences for the past decade.
Through provocative art installations, underground music programming, spectacular set design and groundbreaking live art and performance, Shangri-La continues to push the boundaries of what a festival looks and feels like.
Shangri-La strives to illuminate progressive culture with great urgency - in the field and beyond. By holding a mirror up to...
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