The Artist's Information Company provides advocacy and information for artists. The site has features about exhibitions, has a platform for new critical writing about the arts and a huge library of information sheets on all aspects of creative professional practice.
Their mission is to stimulate and support contemporary visual arts practice and affirm the value of artists in society.
Aesthetica Magazine is the UK's cultural arts magazine that features contemporary writing, art, music and film. It reports on what is happening in the arts and publishes features, interviews, news, articles and reviews that stir the imagination around current themes. Aesthetica Magazine is A4, glossy and full colour. It is distributed through Borders and WH Smith nationwide in the UK & Ireland.
Arts Council England is the national development agency for the arts in England, distributing public money from Government and the National Lottery. Visit the national site to find out about Arts Council England in your region.
The recruitment service from ArtsProfessional, offering the widest range of jobs, invitations to tender and volunteer posts in the arts sector. Search for jobs in the arts, assess your salary, find voluntary opportunities and invitations to tender.
With financial support from Arts Council England and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Artsadmin runs an advice and information service for artists working in the area of live art, performance, time-based media and interdisciplinary arts.
Providing professional, emerging and student artists with a free platform to showcase and sell their exclusive and original artwork, Arts Hole is an online source for creative talent.
A website dedicated to promoting and selling the work of new and contemporary artists, it covers all degrees of art from fine art to design, pottery to photography, film to fashion and animation to illustration
Arts Matrix is the continuing professional development agency for creative practitioners in the South West. They enable individuals working in the creative industries – designers, architects and actors, poets and painters, musicians, magicians, designers and dancers - to make the most of their careers.
This specialist store for books, magazines and videos on the contemporary visual arts is based over two sites in London but now offers online purchasing so it is accessible wherever you are in the country.
The AOI exists as a database of illustration resources for commissioners and practitioners.
The AOI was established in 1973 to advance and protect illustrator’s rights and encourage professional standards. The AOI is a non-profit making trade association dedicated to its members’ professional interests and the promotion of illustration.
Axis is the leading online guide to artists practising in the UK today.
As a national organisation for the visual arts, Axis provides a unique information service presenting new artists, new work and new trends. Helping artists and those who seek to engage with artists, Axis aims to increase awareness, understanding and stimulate interaction with visual arts practice.
Axis Graduates is an evolving showcase of recent MA art graduates.
A selected team of advisors nominate up to three students from a recent MA degree show. Graduates represents a range of artists from MA courses across the UK. In 2006 we will focus upon courses based in England and Wales.
TEXPRINT's ethos is to celebrate and mentor the best new graduating talent, bringing them together to network and present their work to some of the most important names in the industry, both in the UK and abroad.
Students from the University of the West of England are celebrating winning the prize for the best stand at New Designers in London.
It is the first time that a group of students from UWE has won ‘best stand' at this prestigious exhibition. The stand resulted from a collaboration between students and staff in the Faculty of Creative Arts and the School of Architecture.