Laura Fowle: on artist opportunities

Can-do / Must-do : Lost in a Sea of Artist Opportunities Continuing to pursue my practice post-University was / is a consistent challenge. I feel that making works within the structures of an institut… Continue Reading Laura Fowle: on artist opportunities

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FLAG collective: on practice and pedagogy

Artists often support their practices through some form of teaching, be this in a workshop or academic context. But how can this approach to livelihood inform practice and vice versa? Members of colle… Continue Reading FLAG collective: on practice and pedagogy

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Jemima Brown on being an artist and a parent

Artist Jemima Brown talks about her career, the impact that becoming a parent had on it and how her ways of working adapted in response to this change. http://soundcloud.com/artquest/practice360-with-… Continue Reading Jemima Brown on being an artist and a parent

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Alex Burgess: on managing time

I haven’t really had a plan since I finished my Photography degree I took at Camberwell College of Art last July, to be honest. And I suspect a lot of my classmates didn’t either. I did know a few thi… Continue Reading Alex Burgess: on managing time

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Rebecca Moss: applications and more

LIFE BOAT 2014 awardee Rebecca Moss reflects on making applications and selecting opportunities. There have been lots of opportunities recently where I’ve had to put on a Professional Artist’s hat. Li… Continue Reading Rebecca Moss: applications and more

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Ben Eastop and Mark Nader: setting up artist studios

Is it important to have a studio after graduating and how can you go about getting one? What might you need from a studio and how can you ensure you get this? We looked at the options from large studi… Continue Reading Ben Eastop and Mark Nader: setting up artist studios

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Joe Twinn: make art everything

Joe Twinn writes about the importance of making practice central to the life of the artist. Taking that this is meant to be an advisory guide of sorts detailing the possible problems and solutions a r… Continue Reading Joe Twinn: make art everything

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Paul Hurley: on performance

Paul Hurley is a performance artist who has performed and exhibited both nationally and internationally since 2001. In this article he reflects on the challenge of working for free, explains why gener… Continue Reading Paul Hurley: on performance

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Rachel Dobbs and Hannah Jones: on performance collaborations

Rachel Dobbs and Hannah Jones celebrated 10 years of successful collaboration as performance duo LOW PROFILE in 2013. In this article they try to pin down their winning formula. It all started by acci… Continue Reading Rachel Dobbs and Hannah Jones: on performance collaborations

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Accounts

Six interviews with artists on some of the philosophical elements of practice: adaptation, survival, resistance, co-operation, alternatives and lobbying. Episode 1: Adaptation (with artist Isa Suarez)… Continue Reading Accounts

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