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An invaluable archive of a-n's inspiring publications and critical research, exposing the 'why, what and how' of artist's practice, with an emphasis on artist-led activity and diversity of practice across the UK. Packed with thorough analyses and decisive debate exposing the diversity and complexity of artists' practice now and in the future.
Current and archive a-n publications including a-n Collections, Research papers and Degree Shows Guide.
Aimed at new graduates and offering support negotiating the first few years out of higher education. Edited by artist and AirSpace Gallery Director Anna Francis, with contributions from artists, arts organisations and support networks. Available in PDF and flip-book formats. Read on »
In the final interview of Joshua Sofaer’s Artist as Leader series, he talks to David Wilson, the Director of The Museum of Jurassic Technology in Los Angeles, about the "grey areas" and "inspiration as a form of leading". Listen here »
In Research papers: Artists work in 2012 provides analysis and commentary on work and opportunities, comparing to previous years and revealing the ongoing difficult work environment for artists. Read on »
Edited by Chris Sharratt and with contributions from Tom Morton, Polly Staple, Gavin Wade, Toby Webster, Maria Balshaw, Contemporary Art Society, plus a selection of 2013 graduating artists. Online in pdf and flip book formats. Read on »
With an introduction from AIR, includes profiles and negotiating advice from artists, a unique guide to working out what to charge, plus links to other useful resources.
A selection of Practical guides, Toolkits, features and commentaries offering advice and support to artists and organisations in the current funding climate. Read on »
The new a-n website is on its way! Centred around a professional environment for conversation with fast routes to news, reviews, blogs and resources. Find out more »
a-n's publications are edited by a host of remote and office based staff from across the art world. Read on »
Artists working in participatory settings: Towards its contribution to the ArtWorks programme, Navigator has developed this bibliography with the intention of identifying and presenting a range of available resources for artists working in participatory settings. Read on»