The LIFE BOAT residency is funded by Arts Temps and the Postgraduate Community at UAL and supported by ACAVA Q: Can you talk to us a little bit about your practice and the ideas and themes that motiva… Continue Reading Rosemary Cronin: Postgraduate experiences
When is a studio a necessity for an artist and when it is luxury? Studios may be important to artists for a range of reasons. As well as the obvious role of providing a space to work and think, they c… Continue Reading Studios: a luxury or a necessity?
Many public-funded exhibition spaces run different strands of activities to sustain themselves. Gasworks is an exhibition space with attached artists’ studios. It is also the hub of an international… Continue Reading How galleries work: public galleries and studios – Gasworks
Artist Lisa Castagner explored the pressures, expectations and rewards of an international residency in this a special performance lecture to mark the end of the 2014 Going Dutch residency. To mark he… Continue Reading Lisa Castagner: artist meets psychoanalyst to discuss residencies
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
Painter Michael McManus writes about his experiences undertaking his first private commissions. Michael was awarded the LIFEBOAT residency 2012 During the course of the lifeboat residency I developed… Continue Reading Michael McManus: private commissions