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25 SEPTEMBER 2012

UK Artist Opportunities through Jerwood Makers Open 2013

"Jerwood Makers Open is designed to commission and showcase new work by emerging artists working in the applied arts. Five commissions of £7,500 will be awarded to artists to create new work, to be exhibited as part of the JVA programme at Jerwood Space, London and on tour nationally. Artists will be chosen by an independent selection panel and must be UK resident and within 10 years of graduating or setting up their practice.

BACKGROUND: Launched in 2010, Jerwood Makers Open has been developed to create a space in which to recognise and celebrate the significance of making practice and process within the contemporary visual arts. This initiative offers makers at the early stages of their careers an opportunity to develop their creative ideas independently of specific commissioning structures by submitting a proposal for new work. It totals an investment of £37,500 in new applied arts commissions.

Jerwood Visual Arts, developed and managed by the Jerwood Charitable Foundation, is committed to supporting and showcasing contemporary applied arts practice. The Jerwood Applied Arts Prize ran for 11 years (1999–2007) in partnership with the Crafts Council. This was followed from 2008 to 2010 by Jerwood Contemporary Makers, a nominated exhibition series which provided a platform to show new and emergent work in the field of making."

(Jerwood Visual Arts, UK)

Fig.1 Glithero, Burn Burn Burn (after) [http://www.glithero.com/contact–us].

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2013 • applied art • applied arts • artist opportunities • artists • arts prize • burningcommissioncommissioning • contemporary applied arts • contemporary applied practice • contemporary visual artscreative ideasearly career • emergent work • emerging artistsJerwood Charitable Foundation • Jerwood Contemporary Makers • Jerwood Makers Open • Jerwood Space • Jerwood Visual Arts • JVA • Londonmakers • making practice • new work • UK • UK Crafts Council • visual arts

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Simon Perkins
05 FEBRUARY 2012

Urban Geography Research Group

"Welcome to the Royal Geographical Society–Institute of British Geographers Urban Geography Research Group (UGRG). This site contains information about the UGRG Committee , its various activities and events, and details on joining our mailing list. It is designed to present useful urban research and teaching resources (such as images and syllabi) to members and other interested browsers.

The UGRG is committed to the support and promotion of urban geography as an intellectual field and sub–discipline. We are committed to developing constructive dialogue between different analytical, theoretical and methodological traditions of urban geography and urban studies, and to increasing the profile of female and early career urban geographers."

(Royal Geographical Society–Institute of British Geographers)

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activities and events • analytical traditions • archipelago • city • communal living • early careerearly career researcher • female urban geographers • gentrification • geographyglobalisation • high rise • hypercities • intellectual field • international networkmethodological traditions • picturing place • placehacking • research network • Royal Geographical Society-Institute of British Geographers • sub-disciplineteaching resource • theoretical traditions • UGRG • UKurbanurban experience • urban geographers • urban geography • Urban Geography Research Group • urban research • urban research networks • urban studies • URBZ • user generated cities • vertical urbanism • world cities

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Simon Perkins
16 JULY 2011

One Hit Wonders: singers and groups who made a single hit song and were never heard from again

"The history of popular music is haunted by the ghosts of scores of singers and groups who made a single hit song and were never heard from again. Periodically radio stations that specialize in classic rock will devote a weekend to these one–hit wonders"

(David W. Galenson)

Galenson, David W., One Hit Wonders: Why Some of the Most Important Works of Modern Art are Not by Important Artists (November 2004). NBER Working Paper Series, Vol. w10885, pp. –, 2004. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=618522

Fig.1 C. W. McCall (1975). "Convoy"; Fig.2 Promises (1978). "Baby it's You"; Fig.3 The Swingers (1982). "Counting The Beat"; Fig.4 Deee–Lite (1990). "Groove Is In The Heart"; Fig.5 OMC (1995). "How Bizarre"

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19751978198219901995 • American Gothic • architects • artistic one-hit wonder • artists • best of • Bring Down the Birds • career • Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris • classic rock • conceptual innovation • early career • greatest hits • hit song • individual works • innovationinnovative ideas • isolated achievements • major works of art • masterpiecemusicmusic videonew approachesnew ideasnovelty • one-hit wonders • painters • popular music • radio stations • sculptors • singers • Vietnam Veterans Memorialvisual artistsWashington DC • works of modern art • young practitioners

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Simon Perkins
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