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Why pay artists?
 
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Visual artists in the UK are regularly expected to develop and exhibit their work without a fee. We don't think this is right. The Paying Artists campaign aims to secure payment for artists who exhibit in publicly-funded galleries. We believe paying artists for the work they do will mean that, in years to come, we'll still be able to access quality art which reflects the broadest possible spectrum of human experience. Whether you're a gallery visitor, artist, art student, policy maker or run a gallery, please read our report 'Paying Artists -- Securing a future for visual arts in the UK' and sign up to the campaign. SIGN UP: http://www.payingartists.org.uk/signup/ Credits: Developed by DHA Communications. http://www.dhacommunications.co.uk Designed and animated by Nick Stewart for HandsUp. http://www.handsup.co.uk The Paying Artists Campaign has been generated by a-n/AIR. a-n's mission is to stimulate and support contemporary visual arts practice and affirm the value of artists in society. A well-established national visual arts network and lead body for visual artists, a-n publishes The Code of Practice for the Visual arts, visual arts contracts, fees and payment guidance and conducts on-going research into artists' practices and livelihoods. Through AIR: Artists Interaction and Representation and the AIR Council, the professional needs and artistic aspirations of 18,300+ visual artists members are represented and impact on consultations and debate on developments in arts and cultural policy, arts education and social change. www.a-n.co.uk
Views: 13368 AIRartists
Tessy Britton at OpenAIR
 
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Action presenter Tessy Britton's speech at AIR's first annual forum for their members at Firstsite, Colchester. Tessy is a senior associate at Nurture Development and is a social designer and thinker focused on all types of asset-based creative collaboration. She is a specialist in cognition, emotion, learning and human behaviour, which she applies to contexts which require a wide range of systems thinking about people work, both individually and collectively. Tessy is Director of Social Spaces, which aims to research, understand and spread new emergent knowledge and practice for positive citizen-led community action. The project she is best known for The Travelling Pantry project which visited communities all over the UK, travelling 20,000 miles in 4 months, conducting creative community workshops with about 800 people in 2010/2011. Social Spaces publishes the Hand Made series of books which reveals and documents inspiring community-led projects from around the world. Later in 2011 the project will begin to publish The Community Lover's Guide To The Universe - a collaborative, appreciative, crowd-sourced series of city and town guides where a high level of creative community activity is emerging. Tessy is also Co-founder of Mindapples, an organisation focused on wellbeing, whose goal is to make looking after our minds as natural as brushing our teeth. Both these social projects work directly with people, designing innovative tools and methods to reveal and connect their existing capacities. As Associate Lecturer of the University of Chichester, Tessy delivers a module on the MA Education course on Metacognition, Learning and Wellbeing. Tessy is a member and former Chair of the RSA Fellowship Council, and a member of the International Mind, Brain and Education Society.
Views: 259 AIRartists
Dan McQuillan at OpenAIR
 
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Action presenter Dan McQuillan's presentation at AIR's first annual forum for artists, at Firstsite, Colchester. Co-founder and Director of Social Innovation Camp. Lecturer in Creative & Social Computing at Goldsmiths, University of London, co-convenor for the MA/MSc in Creating Social Media, and teaches 2nd year undergraduate Social Computing. Co-founder and Director of Social Innovation Camp. After a Ph.D in Experimental Particle Physics, he worked with people with learning disabilities and as a mental health advocate and was also active in local community campaigns. Doing particle physics Dan was introduced to the Internet, and he became interested in its potential for social change. He founded Multikulti, a community-led multilingual site for asylum seekers & refugees which won a Global Ideas Bank Social Innovations Award, and SocialSource, an independent collective advocating for open source in the voluntary sector. Dan attended the protest against the G8 in Genoa in 2001 and was among 93 people who were beaten, disappeared & tortured by Italian police. He joined Amnesty International as global web manager just as web 2.0 was emerging, and 'added some oomph to their ecampaigning' by introducing blogging and the use of social networks. Dan wanted Amnesty to understand that the web was not just a tool but a key terrain for human rights struggle, and he headed Amnesty's first delegation to the UN's Internet Governance Forum. This was followed by a stint as Head of Digital for the Make Your Mark campaign, using social media to promote and support entrepreneurship, and then Head of Digital at Media for Development using participatory digital innovation as a way to empower marginalised communities. Dan is a former Director of The Open Rights Group, and a consultant for Transitions Online on ways to use digital tactics for anti-corruption and good governance in Central & Eastern Europe. In 2008 he co-founded Social Innovation Camp which brings together ideas, people and digital tools to build web-based solutions to social problems in just 48 hours. Successful projects that started at Social Innovation Camp include Enabled by Design, The Good Gym and MyPolice. In 2010 he led Social Innovation Camp Caucasus with participants from Georgia, Armenia & Azerbaijan.
Views: 544 AIRartists
Arts Council back fair payment for artists
 
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Alan Davey, Chief Executive of Arts Council England, responds to a-n staff member and artist Jack Hutchinson saying fair payment of artists by National Portfolio Organisations will be monitored. More info on the Paying Artists Campaign here: http://www.payingartists.org.uk #PayingArtists
Views: 364 AIRartists
Josie Appleton at OpenAIR
 
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Action presenter Josie Appleton delivers her speech at AIR's first annual forum for artists at Firstsite, Colchester. Josie is convenor of the Manifesto Club; she oversees the club's campaigns and publications, and coordinates the membership programme. She heads up the Campaign Against Vetting, and is author of its series of reports (starting with The Case Against Vetting in October 2006) and blog. She also founded and edits the Thinkpieces series and wrote a Thinkpiece on Hate Speech, A New Deal for public debate, and chairs Manifesto Club salons. As a journalist and writer, she writes on the freedom issues of the day for a number of publications.
Views: 215 AIRartists
AIR Salon at BALTIC (part 3)
 
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Artist Goshka Bialek discusses her portfolio career as an sculptor, teacher and cultural animator. Based in Durham, she is currently studying for a PhD researching the creation of additional space in sculpture. Her multifaceted career has involved an MSc in Economics and MA in Sculpture and Glass. Bialek has exhibited in the British Embassy in Reykjavik and was the first artist since the 16th century to exhibit in Durham Cathedral at the High Alter. She has led community based projects in Krakow and Edinburgh, and exhibited internationally. Her work explores various aspects of the human form, and the connection between past and present.
Views: 60 AIRartists
April AIR Salon (part 1)
 
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Collaborative artist Ania Bas discusses professional practice at the April 2011 AIR Salon. Ania's practice is socially engaged and both research and production based. Ania explores the art of everyday life and involves everyday people in her work through investigating human connections with places. She has an inter-disciplinary practice which includes events, live art, text and publications. Ania has been resident artist at The New Art Gallery Walsall, Whitechapel Gallery, London, Disonancias, Bilbao and Vestas Blades, Isle of Wight. http://www.air-artists.org
Views: 116 AIRartists
OpenAIR introductions and keynote speech
 
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Artist Richard Layzell and Chair of AIR Sally Sheinman introduce AIR's first annual forum for artists before FutureGov's Carrie Bishop delivers her keynote presentation. Video by Kinura.
Views: 760 AIRartists
July AIR Salon
 
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Artists and arts professionals discuss the hidden curricula and future of art schools at the July AIR Salon at Core Gallery, London. Join the conversation on Twitter using the tag #AIRsalons
Views: 234 AIRartists
AIRTIME @SPACE Studios
 
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Nisha Duggal's video report of AIRTIME - a busy networking and information event held at SPACE Studios, London, in July 2010. AIRTIME events are open to all artists -- and final year art students -- and are free practical and inspirational events providing advice, networking and camaraderie. Over 1000 artists and final-year art and design students have already participated in events held across England and Wales. For more information and booking info visit: www.air-artists.org
Views: 551 AIRartists
April AIR Salon (part 2)
 
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Artist Agnieszka Mlicka discusses professional practice at the April 2011 AIR Salon. Agnieszka is currently undertaking a practice-based PhD at the School of Architecture, University of Westminster, with a background in fine art painting and drawing from The Ruskin School and Wimbledon College of Art. She has also worked in the non-profit arts sector and gained extensive experience of working in the art market. http://www.air-artists.org
Views: 134 AIRartists
AIR Salon at BALTIC (part 4)
 
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Artist Goshka Bialek discusses her portfolio career as an sculptor, teacher and cultural animator. Based in Durham, she is currently studying for a PhD researching the creation of additional space in sculpture. Her multifaceted career has involved an MSc in Economics and MA in Sculpture and Glass. Bialek has exhibited in the British Embassy in Reykjavik and was the first artist since the 16th century to exhibit in Durham Cathedral at the High Alter. She has led community based projects in Krakow and Edinburgh, and exhibited internationally. Her work explores various aspects of the human form, and the connection between past and present.
Views: 130 AIRartists
AIR - Paying Artists Consultation (Manchester)
 
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As part of AIR's Paying Artists Campaign, artists were invited to Castlefield Gallery in Manchester to discuss strategies towards campaigning and advocacy. For more information on the campaign visit: http://a-n.co.uk/paying_artists
Views: 54 AIRartists
AIR Salon at BALTIC (part 1)
 
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Artist Helen Schell discusses her site-specific installations, often shown in ritual sites such as cathedrals, at the BALTIC AIR Salon. She set up Bristol's Jam Studios, which promoted 7 artists by organising community projects, and exhibitions in dockside warehouses for national and international projects. Helen then moved to the Forest of Dean, where she was involved in FAN network, facilitating exhibitions and international exchanges. She set up Devil's Chapel Studios and worked with the Camphill Trust, which is an important rural resource for people with learning difficulties. She has participated in international residencies in the USA, Canada, Cuba and Europe and has exhibited at Durham Cathedral, Discovery Museum, Centre for Life, and Aardman Animations in Bristol. She is also a STEM Ambassador, using art to promote science in schools.
Views: 100 AIRartists
a-n & AIR at the Art Party
 
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On 23 November 2013, over 1000 artists descended on Scarborough for the Art Party Conference, instigated by the artist Bob and Roberta Smith. A day of marching, debating and discussion, a-n and AIR joined in the action with provocations and special events. Read Jack Hutchinson's report for a-n News here: http://new.a-n.co.uk/news/single/art-party-conference-report/5 Read Susan Jones' full provocation here: http://new.a-n.co.uk/news/single/art-party-provocation-a-feast-for-sore-eyes/7 Become a member of a-n here: http://www.a-n.co.uk
Views: 98 AIRartists
June AIR Salon (part 1)
 
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Rich White discusses the perception of artists, and ways of improving this, along with good practice in an age of austerity at the June AIR Salon at Core Gallery, Deptford. Rich is an installation, photographic and multimedia artist based in London. Recent projects include 'All Systems Go' at Departure Gallery, London, 'Urban Hacking' at Paraflows09, Vienna and 'Floor Plan' at Phoenix, Brighton. Rich has also undertaken residencies at Catalyst Arts in Belfast, and the Centre for the Urban Built Environment in Manchester. He is also a member of the AIR Activists network.
Views: 90 AIRartists
Work-a-thon for the Self-Employed
 
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'Work-a-thon for the Self-Employed' at Toynbee Studios is an attempt to set a world record for the most self-employed people working together (on their own individual projects) in the same place at the same time, over the course of a normal 9-to-5 day. 'Work-a-thon for the Self-Employed' is coordinated by Ellie Harrison as part of Artsadmin's Two Degrees festival, a week of art and activism, climate and cuts, taking place from 12 - 18 June 2011.
Views: 79 AIRartists
May AIR Salon (part 2)
 
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Artist Margaret Koval discusses professional practice and how her work has been informed by a previous career in broadcast journalism and documentary production at the May AIR Salon at Core Gallery, Deptford.
Views: 67 AIRartists
AIR Paying Artists Consultation Meetings
 
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How do artists fare when they show work in publicly-funded galleries in the UK? New research commissioned by a-n and AIR looking specifically at artists' experiences reveals the gulf of expectation between artists and galleries. This data provides the platform for the next phase of the campaign - the launch of an advocacy programme, developed through consultation with artists. Members of the AIR Council have already presented the findings to artists through a series of consultation meetings at Castlefield Gallery in Manchester, Motorcade/Flashparade in Bristol and Bow Arts in East London. AIR Council members have also delivered workshops on the findings at the Art Party Conference, AD:UK conference, Engage conference, plus internationally at the IAA conference in Oslo. Read more about the Paying Artists Campaign here: http://www.a-n.co.uk/publications/topic/4082494 Join the conversation on Twitter using the tag #PayArtists
Views: 314 AIRartists
AIR INSIGHTS: Curating
 
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Helen Jones (exhibitions curator at New Art Gallery Walsall) discusses curating with Rosalind Davis (artist and member of the AIR Council. Hosted by Surface Gallery, Nottingham. Video and communications by Jack Hutchinson. *PLEASE NOTE* Due to the echoey nature of the event venue it is suggested you watch this video with captions enabled. Just click on 'CC' to enable this function.
Views: 488 AIRartists
June AIR Salon (part 4)
 
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Rich White discusses the perception of artists, and ways of improving this, along with good practice in an age of austerity at the June AIR Salon at Core Gallery, Deptford. Rich is an installation, photographic and multimedia artist based in London. Recent projects include 'All Systems Go' at Departure Gallery, London, 'Urban Hacking' at Paraflows09, Vienna and 'Floor Plan' at Phoenix, Brighton. Rich has also undertaken residencies at Catalyst Arts in Belfast, and the Centre for the Urban Built Environment in Manchester. He is also a member of the AIR Activists network.
Views: 55 AIRartists
May AIR Salon (part 1)
 
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Sophie Barr discusses her multifaceted practice as an artist and teacher at the May AIR Salon at Core Gallery, Deptford.
Views: 44 AIRartists
June AIR Salon (part 3)
 
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Rich White discusses the perception of artists, and ways of improving this, along with good practice in an age of austerity at the June AIR Salon at Core Gallery, Deptford. Rich is an installation, photographic and multimedia artist based in London. Recent projects include 'All Systems Go' at Departure Gallery, London, 'Urban Hacking' at Paraflows09, Vienna and 'Floor Plan' at Phoenix, Brighton. Rich has also undertaken residencies at Catalyst Arts in Belfast, and the Centre for the Urban Built Environment in Manchester. He is also a member of the AIR Activists network.
Views: 35 AIRartists
June AIR Salon (part 2)
 
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Rich White discusses the perception of artists, and ways of improving this, along with good practice in an age of austerity at the June AIR Salon at Core Gallery, Deptford. Rich is an installation, photographic and multimedia artist based in London. Recent projects include 'All Systems Go' at Departure Gallery, London, 'Urban Hacking' at Paraflows09, Vienna and 'Floor Plan' at Phoenix, Brighton. Rich has also undertaken residencies at Catalyst Arts in Belfast, and the Centre for the Urban Built Environment in Manchester. He is also a member of the AIR Activists network.
Views: 33 AIRartists
AIR Salon at BALTIC (part 2)
 
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Artist Helen Schell discusses her site-specific installations, often shown in ritual sites such as cathedrals, at the BALTIC AIR Salon. She set up Bristol's Jam Studios, which promoted 7 artists by organising community projects, and exhibitions in dockside warehouses for national and international projects. Helen then moved to the Forest of Dean, where she was involved in FAN network, facilitating exhibitions and international exchanges. She set up Devil's Chapel Studios and worked with the Camphill Trust, which is an important rural resource for people with learning difficulties. She has participated in international residencies in the USA, Canada, Cuba and Europe and has exhibited at Durham Cathedral, Discovery Museum, Centre for Life, and Aardman Animations in Bristol. She is also a STEM Ambassador, using art to promote science in schools.
Views: 49 AIRartists
OpenAIR plenary discussion
 
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The closing plenary discussion from AIR's first annual forum for their members. Featuring Manick Govinda, Richard Layzell, Josie Appleton, Carrie Bishop, Tessy Britton, Esther Salamon and Judith Stewart.
Views: 189 AIRartists

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